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MSCPA has partnered with the AICPA to allow qualifying members to become credential holders of the AICPA's Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV), Certified in Entity & Intangible Valuations (CEIV), Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF), Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP), and Personal Financial Specialist (PFS) credentials.

AICPA Member Credentials

August 1, 2016 Specialty services are driving growth in the accounting profession. CPAs working in public practice or business and industry will find that holding an AICPA credential will help increase their acumen, enable them to stay abreast of emerging trends and distinguish them in the marketplace.

Acronyms mean credentialed expert

PFS™. CITP®. ABV®. CFF®. When any of these four acronyms appear after your name, people notice. It means you’re a credentialed expert — a Personal Financial Specialist, a Certified Information Technology Professional, you are Accredited in Business Valuation or you are Certified in Financial Forensics. But apart from the prestige of having these letters follow your name, what else can they mean for you? We recently spoke to four credential holders across the country about the impact AICPA advisory service credentials have had on them and their businesses, and the resounding response was, “a huge impact.”

To learn more about the value of all the AICPA credentials, and to find out if you qualify, go to aicpa.org/aicpacredentials.