What certification does a forensic accountant have?
A forensic accountant needs to hold a CPA license with no record of disciplinary action or not currently under investigation. A Bachelor of Science degree in accounting plus two to four years accounting experience are also basic requirements.
The certification that designates a CPA as forensic is the Certified Forensic Accountant, or Cr. FA.
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