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San Antonio, Bexar County Stay Home orders extended


“Stay Home, Work Safe” orders that were set to expire today have been extended through May 19, 2020, in San Antonio and Bexar County. The orders have also been modified to be in line with The Open Texas plan.

For details, click here


Governor’s Report to Open Texas


Texas Governor Greg Abbot released The Governor’s Report to Open Texas today.

To read the details of the phased-in plan, click here:OpenTexas-Report


TXCPA-SA Response to COVID-19


Attention, TXCPA-SA members,
The Texas Society of CPAs is offering a webinar on the CARES Act, which was passed by Congress last week to address small business challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Follow the link below to register at no charge for this extremely timely one-hour continuing education program.

CARES Act: What You Need to Know 
CPE hours: 1

TXCPA members are invited to join us on Tuesday, March 31 from 1 to 2 p.m. (CT) for a FREE webcast on the tax provisions included in the new $2 trillion aid package, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

Register online for this complimentary program, available exclusively to members.

Following the webcast, engage with the speakers on Facebook Live for Q&A from 2 to 2:30 p.m. (CT).

For the latest professional developments related to the Coronavirus pandemic, stay tuned to the Texas CPA Coronavirus Resources page.


TXCPA-SA knows that many of our members operating in the City of San Antonio and Bexar County have questions about the Stay Home, Work Safe orders issued jointly by both governing bodies on March 23, 2020. Please see the following information for more details.

Y’all stay healthy out there. We can’t wait to see you again when COVID-19 is vanquished!

Dear Business Leader,

This email is to inform you that Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff issued separate, but joint Stay Home, Work Safe orders today to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. The order is effective beginning at 11:59 p.m. on March 24, 2020 and if approved by City Council at this Thursday’s meeting, will last until 11:59 p.m. on April 9, or until it is either rescinded, superseded, or amended.

The Mayor and Judge ordered all businesses to close and stop operations other than allowing employees to work from home, maintaining security and maintenance of the business’ property and facilitating information technology services that allow employees to work from home.

Businesses and organizations that are providing products and services that are needed by the community during this crisis are exempted. The followed exempted businesses may continue operating, provided they exercise proper social distancing:

  • Healthcare operations, including hospitals, clinics, dentists, pharmaceutical companies and veterinary offices;
  • Government functions to provide for the health, safety and welfare of the public, including first responders, military personnel; trash collection; and water and electric utilities;
  • Schools and education personnel supporting public and private K-12 schools, colleges and universities who are facilitating distance learning;
  • Companies providing or maintaining infrastructure, such as the construction of public works, housing and other infrastructure that supports critical needs, such as water, sewer, gas and electricity, internet and telecommunications;
  • Businesses related to transportation, including gas stations, repair shops, car dealerships, manufacturers, public transportation, such as buses, taxis, rideshare companies and the airport;
  • Information technology companies that provide and maintain internet and telecommunications systems
  • Retail businesses that sell food, gas and household products, such as grocery stores, big box stores, farmers’ markets, liquor stores, laundromats and dry cleaners;
  • Charitable organizations providing food, shelter and services to economically disadvantaged or vulnerable populations, including animals;
  • Hotels and other temporary residence facilities;
  • Businesses that provide home maintenance and other services that individuals need to work from home, such as mail and shipping companies, building maintenance, plumbers, electricians, exterminators and professional services, such as legal or accounting services necessary to comply with legally required activities, such as filing taxes;
  • News media, including newspapers, television, radio and other media outlets providing information to the public;
  • Financial institutions, such as banks, credit unions and title companies;
  • Childcare services;
  • Worship services, provided services are distributed by video, teleconference or other remote measures;
  • Funeral services;
  • Business and operations necessary to the 16 critical infrastructure sectors identified by the National Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA.)

Only businesses and organizations that are providing these necessary products or services to the public during this public health crisis will be allowed to continue to operate. All other businesses shall close, but may allow employees to work from home.

To read the full City order, which includes a list of Exempted Businesses, click here.


Dear Colleagues and Everyone in the San Antonio and South Texas accounting community,

The Texas Society of CPAs-San Antonio Chapter continues to do all that is within our power to ensure the safety and health of you our members, volunteers, staff, vendors and the public we serve.

While I cannot predict the course of the COVID-19 pandemic or how long it will last, I want to assure you that TXCPA-SA is acting with your best interests in mind.

Please continue to check the TXCPA-SA web site,, for regular updates about the status of classes and events. You can also reach TXCPA-SA at 210-828-2722 or toll free at 888-828-8680. There may be a delay in responding to registrations received by mail or fax, so please call first to alert Chapter staff to your interest in registering.

The Chapter office is operating virtually for the time being, with limited in-office time by staff. I do not recommend coming by the office in person until the COVID-19 threat has diminished.

For a source of news and information regarding your CPA license, issues of importance to your firm or business  and your personal wellbeing related to COVID-19, I suggest the Texas Society of CPAs’ online Coronavirus Resources page, found at

I wish you all abundant health and hope to see you all again very soon.


Priscilla A. Soto, President
TXCPA-San Antonio Chapter


Based upon the latest information from the City of San Antonio, the State of Texas and the Texas Division of Emergency Management, TXCPA-SA has

  • Cancelled the Business & Industry Committee meeting, originally scheduled for Wednesday, March 18
  • postponed the CFO Roundtable, originally scheduled for Friday, March 20, 2020; when a new date is announced it will be posted on the TXCPA web site
  • cancelled the Ethics & Values for Texas CPAs and Accounting Professionals, originally scheduled for Wednesday, March 25, 2020 as well as the Ethics class on Friday, April 17, 2020. Please contact our office at 210-828-2722 to facilitate transfer to a later date or request a refund.

If you have any questions, please contact TXCPA-SA at 210-828-2722 or before coming into our office. To ensure the continued health of our members, staff, vendors and Training Center rental clients, we will be operating on a flex schedule until the COVID-19 crisis has lifted.


The Texas Society of CPAs-San Antonio Chapter is monitoring worldwide developments regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, also known as the Coronavirus, and encourages our members, colleagues and the general public to remain informed and prepared while ensuring continuity of operations.

Please be aware that the Texas Society of CPAs has gathered information from a variety of credible sources to assist in educating, informing and assisting our members, colleagues and the general public in preparing to deal with COVID-19 in a responsible manner. Those resources are found at

TXCPA-SA will continue to monitor the situation locally and within our 21-county area of South/Central Texas. We will post any updates to our web site,, as warranted. Please check online if you have a question regarding an upcoming program or event.

For more specific information regarding COVID-19, we suggest the following links:

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