The AICPA's ABV credential is one of the most rigorous and prestigious of the business valuation certifications. In a short time, it has become an essential marketing tool for the CPA or finance professional planning to specialize in this lucrative practice area.
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The AICPA's ABV credential is one of the most rigorous and prestigious of the business valuation certifications. In a short time, it has become an essential marketing tool for the CPA planning to specialize in this lucrative practice area.
Newly enhanced and closely aligned with the ABV Exam, the AICPA's ABV Examination Review Course is the only comprehensive ABV Exam review program backed by the resources and collective expertise of business valuation professionals associated with the world's largest member association representing the accounting profession.
The AICPA's ABV credential is one of the most rigorous and prestigious business valuation certifications. It is an essential marketing tool for valuation professionals who specialize in this lucrative practice area. A key step towards becoming an ABV credential holder, the ABV Exam tests a comprehensive range of business valuation knowledge which is listed in the ABV Exam Content Specification Outline (CSO).
The ABV Exam is offered in a two-part, modular format. Part 1, "Foundation of Valuation Theory", covers CSO section I and chapters 1-3 of the ABV Exam Review Course. Part 2, "Implementation of Valuation Methods", covers CSO section II and chapters 4-9 of the ABV Exam Review Course. Please reference the CSO before preparing for the ABV Exam.
This course reviews most of the items on the ABV Exam CSO and should be combined with independent reading and study to prepare for the ABV Exam.
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