In 2016, The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) implemented changes to the classification of CPE fields of study that will benefit those performing forensics, valuation and litigation services. Forensic accounting, valuation and impairment analysis were reclassified from Specialized Knowledge to Accounting and forensic analysis and evaluation was reclassified to Auditing.
What does this mean for FVS practitioners in states that require a minimum number of Accounting CPE hours? Earn up to 17 Accounting CPE across 70+ sessions that qualify for accounting CPE at this year’s AICPA Forensic & Valuation Services Conference, November 13-15, 2017.
This conference provides the technical content, business skills and networking opportunities you won’t find anywhere else. There will be 90+ intensive sessions across 8 specialized tracks!
• Learn practical skills necessary to become a better testifying expert.
• Focus on the financial implications of family law as you build the groundwork in this practice area.
• Understand critical issues, evolving standards and guidelines that affect fair value measurement and reporting.
• Apply valuation and forensic accounting concepts, methodologies and tools.
• Explore marketing, social media, transition planning and ethical dilemmas.
FVS Section members and ABV/CFF credential holders can save $175 if you register by 9/29. Don’t miss this opportunity!
Just prior to the conference, we’ll be offering both the CFF Exam Review and ABV Exam Review courses, November 11-12, 2017. For those who will be sitting for either exam, this is an excellent opportunity to help you prepare. Bundle with the FVS Conference and take the fall 2017 exam for free – ideal for those planning to take the exam in November.