NACVA Responds to IRS
In response to public commentary apropos to the definition of "Qualified Appraiser" under §170 of the Internal Revenue Code, Section 1.170A-17(b)(1), NACVA requests recognition of the Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA) credential as an approved qualified appraiser designation, pursuant to any revision of the §170 of the Internal Revenue Code, Section 1.170A-17(b)(1). Read More>>
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CEO's Message—First Quarter 2018 Association News
NCCA accreditation proves to the world the CVA credential meets the highest standards on the globe for integrity, objectivity, quality, and complies with a world-wide recognized set of standards. We have obtained this accreditation for all the same reasons our CVAs have obtained the CVA. Your CVA is a statement to the world you have proven to an independent body that you meet a certain level of expertise, are qualified to provide a specialized service, and comply with industry recognized standards in the performance of your work. Read More>>
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