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AICPA Survey Says Valuators Optimistic About Future

 

BV-growthIn spite of the current economic climate, a recent survey from the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) showed that 54 percent of valuation professionals expected a 10 to 50 percent increase in the demand for their services over the next two to five years. These results are part of the 2014 AICPA Survey on International Trends in Forensic and Valuation Services. Forensic experts were even more optimistic about their future as 76 percent expected a healthy increase in business, mostly due to a rise in litigation and regulatory oversight. Electronic data analysis was voted the number one issue facing forensic professionals. To view the full survey, click the link below.

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