The Forensic CPA Society was founded July 15, 2005. The
purpose of the Society is to promote excellence in the forensic accounting profession. One of the ways the Society has selected to accomplish this is the FCPA certification. This stands for Forensic Certified Public Accountant and the use of this designation will tell the
public and the business community that the holder has met certain testing and experience guidelines and is not only a CPA, but has been certified as a forensic accountant.
The links shown on left side of this page will explain the testing, educational and experience requirements necessary to become an FCPA.