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December 5, 2022

AICPA Wants CGMA Love From the C-Suite

I guess now that they're done handing out CGMAs to any CPA with a pulse, the AICPA really has to convince people that this is a real thing:

Yes, now that the CGMA is saddled with an examination it might be a bit harder sell. But if the AICPA can fool some fancy-pants executives into believing that a CGMA means someone is a requisite numbers wizard, I'm sure this thing will really take off.  

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