New York (Feb. 17, 2003) - The American Institute of CPAs sent its specialty credential holders an ominous message this week, indicating that support for their programs may soon vanish to save the Institute some cash.
Among those rumored to get the ax: the accredited in business valuation designation, the personal financial specialist and the certified information technology professional.
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