This CPE self-study course provides an in-depth, comprehensive review of the financial forensics body of knowledge to help prepare for the CFF exam.
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Anna Maria Cicirello
AICPA's CFF credential is the most rigorous and prestigious of the financial forensics certifications. If you are preparing for the CFF Exam, this course is for you.
Backed by the resources and collective expertise of forensic accounting professionals associated with the AICPA, this CPE course provides an in-depth, comprehensive review of the financial forensics body of knowledge to help prepare for the exam.
In this self-study course, highly experienced instructors define and explain the disciplined approaches to forensic accounting that lead to a thorough knowledge of the varied specialties. This course addresses the following:
You'll also get illustrative examples and detailed explanations to ensure you understand this multifaceted area.
Free e-book with purchase.
When you order this course, you will receive a free copy of the Essentials of Forensic Accounting, 2nd edition in eBook format! This eBook will automatically be added to your cart upon purchase of this CFF Exam Review course.
Note: Candidates should not rely solely on this review course to prepare for the CFF Exam. This CPE course is not meant to teach topics to the candidate for the first time. A significant amount of independent reading, study and/or experience will be necessary to prepare for the exam, in addition to taking the review course.
If you are a professor or a CPA sitting for the CFF credential exam and would like to receive an answer key for the end-of-chapter questions contained in the book, please call our service center at 888.777.7077 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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