AICPA Forensic Q&A - Week 2
|What are the seven specialized practice areas encompassed by the CFF Credential?|
|- Bankruptcy, Insolvency, and Reorganization - Computer Forensic Analysis - Family Law - Valuation - Fraud Prevention, Detection, Deterrence - Financial Statement Fraud - Economic Damages|
|What qualifies as Lifelong Learning?|
|a) Continuing professional Education related to Forensic Accounting Topics Approved Courses at an accredited university or college related to the CFF body of knowledge b) CPE courses you have prepared and presented on topics in the CFF body of knowledge c) Books, articles, or CPE programs you have authored on topics in the CFF body of knowledge and which have already qualified for CPE credits.|
|What are the CPE requirements to maintain my CFF Credential?|
|You will need 60 hours of CPE credit on topics in the CFF body of knowledge every three years.|
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