Tax and Personal Finance
In order for a person to reach their full potential, I believe they must have the willingness to try new things that are uncomfortable. The process can be scary, but every new thing we learn makes our world a little more manageable.
When I decided to become a Certified Public Accountant, I was in my mid twenties folding t-shirts at a local screen printing company. I asked the CPA in the office next door what I needed to do in order to “do what he does.” He told me, “go to college and pass the 14 hour CPA exam.” Impossible, right? I wasn’t familiar with admissions, GPA, grad school, financial aid, state boards or much else. I was a young guy in recovery that wanted my life to have meaning. The next day I talked to someone in Admissions, connected with a guidance counselor, and enrolled in college. The rest is history.
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Brandon Horton is a Certified Public Accountant in Shreveport, LA. He is a graduate of Louisiana State University Shreveport. Brandon primarily focuses on individual and business taxation, assurance services, and business consulting.
In addition to practicing public accounting, Brandon has served on several nonprofit boards across the country and state commissions dealing with mental health issues.