New York (Aug. 8, 2003) -- The fate of the CPA specialty credentials moved closer to a conclusion Thursday when the American Institute of CPAs' invited feedback on possible scenarios to either keep, alter, or jettison all three.

Following a contentious debate at the AICPA's Spring Council meeting in May, the council passed a resolution directing the Institute to "investigate possible strategies, including strategic partners, to enhance the Personal Financial Specialist, Certified Information Technology Professional and Accredited in Business Valuation credentials."

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