Detroit Tax Professional and Community Supporter Troy Biddix
About Troy Biddix
A tax professional with more than 25 years of experience, Troy Biddix currently serves as lead tax partner at Deloitte Tax in the Central Region. He prepared for his career by attending Eastern Michigan University, where he majored in accounting and was elected a member of Beta Alpha Psi and Beta Gamma Sigma honor societies. After earning his BS, Troy Biddix entered the professional world. He later returned to school to pursue graduate studies, earning a master of science in taxation from Walsh College.
Outside of his leadership role at Deloitte, Troy Biddix has offered his support to a number of religious organizations, including Shepherd of the Lakes Lutheran Church & School, St. Matthew Lutheran Church & School, and Cornerstone Christian School. Additionally, Troy Biddix helps community members in need by supporting Gleaners Food Bank, LACASA and the United Way of Southeast Michigan.
Troy Biddix also enjoys spending time with his family, travelling and is an avid outdoorsman who can often be found on the water, pursuing his favorite hobbies of boating, kayaking, jet skiing, and fishing.
American Institute of CPAs Hosts National Tax Conference
For almost two decades, Troy Biddix has worked as lead tax partner for Deloitte Tax based in Detroit, Michigan. To help him remain compliant and up-to-date on changes made in the tax industry, Troy Biddix maintains membership with the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA).
As the globe’s largest organization representing accountants, the AICPA boasts more than 412,000 members in 144 countries. Established in 1887, the organization sets the ethical standards for the US, auditing standards pertaining to government, private companies, and nonprofit organizations. It also grades the CPA exam, offers specialty credentials, and provides networking opportunities for members.
One event sponsored by the AICPA is its National Tax Conference, which will be held at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, DC, on November 14 and 15, 2016. This conference, best suited for CPAs and other financial professionals dealing with tax planning, covers information on tax regulations and legislation, which constantly changes.
Attendees will listen to tax leaders discuss these changes and share their own experiences with their peers. Those who cannot physically attend the conference can partake in the event through an online portal. In addition, the event includes an opportunity for attendees to garner up to 18 continuing professional education (CPE) credits.