CFF Exam Content Specification Outline (CSO) - The CFF credential program is built around content areas that encompass professional responsibilities and practice management; fundamental forensic knowledge; and specialized forensic knowledge.
The key to passing the examination is a combination of utilizing the body of knowledge referenced in the CSO coupled with applying this body of knowledge by obtaining relevant work experience in forensic accounting.
Accordingly, although it is not a strict requirement, it is our recommendation that candidates choose to sit for the exam only after they have completed the required 1,000 hours of forensic accounting experience.
AICPA CFF Review Course - is the only comprehensive review program backed by the resources and collective expertise of forensic accounting professionals associated with the AICPA. Sign up for the course, and you’ll gain: A comprehensive overview of all topics outlined in the CFF Exam’s Content Specification Outline (CSO), which serves as the AICPA’s forensic services body of knowledge. Helpful test preparation materials, including a bonus copy of the Essentials of Forensic Accounting textbook — an indispensable resource delivering matchless knowledge to practitioners, financial managers and students in understanding the complex elements and factors that impact the forensic accounting practice areas.
Virtual Group Study
Fundamentals of Forensic Accounting Certificate Program - this online CPE self-study program consists of 19 required modules that utilize interactive scenario-based learning, including audio and video animation, to guide you through the concepts. These courses are not intended to be a review course for the exam, but do cover the CFF body of knowledge.
Candidate Study Plan - The AICPA’s FVS Section has developed a prescribed 4-month study plan for its ABV & CFF credential exam candidates. View the suggested study plan.