All credential holders must comply with recertification policies by December 31 of their reporting cycle. Credential holders who do not comply will be placed on Inactive status. Credential holders can also choose Elected Inactive status. The process is easy while also flexible for you to meet the 60-point and/or 60 CPE-hour (1 point=1 hour of CPE) requirement by December 31. Tri-annual compliance also requires a $300 recertification fee, which can be waived by taking Recommended CPE Bonus Point Programs.

Please complete the information below and submit to NACVA by the last day of your reporting cycle.
Sections I, II, and III are required. Section IV is optional.

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* Section I: Your Information

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* NACVA Number

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* Credential(s):

Section II: Professional Status/Conduct
All credential holders must attest to adhering to the Professional Status/Conduct questions.

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* If you are a CPA, do you hold a current CPA License?

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* Have you ever been convicted of any felony or any crime carrying a punishment of time in prison, whether or not time was served?

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* Have you ever been convicted of a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude (lying, cheating, stealing, or other dishonest conduct) or any equivalent crime in any court of law?

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* Have you ever had any professional/business license, professional certification, or professional membership revoked, refused, or suspended (other than for non-payment of dues)?

NACVA reserves the right to refuse membership and/or certification to any person. A NACVA member or holder of a NACVA certification may have his or her membership or certification terminated based on appropriate grounds therefore as determined by the Executive Advisory Board.
Section III: Attestation
Effective October 1, 2017—NACVA credential holders only need to attest to having completed 60 hours of “Applicable” CPE credits to comply with tri-annual recertification, and pay the applicable recertification fee. Reporting courses taken and CPE hours earned is optional, though we recommend you track this information, if not on the Recertification Reporting Form, in your personal records. Completion and submission of the Recertification Reporting Form serves as your attestation to CPE earned, or if not reported, it can be substantiated if you are asked to do so.

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* Please attest that the information provided above is true and accurate.

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* Signature (Enter your full name and date to provide your electronic signature attestation)

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* Section IV: Please select your recertification option (Optional)
For more information on Tri-Annual Recertification Policies and Recertification Options, view the brochure here.

* For CVA (Emeritus) credential holders (retired) only 36 hours of CPE are required.  Those who take the recommended Current Update in Valuations (CUV) course, do not need any additional CPE beyond the CUV course and you will receive $300 credit offset to the recertification fee.

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* Please list all qualifying courses/conferences validating that you meet NACVA’s recertification requirements. (Optional)

Upload a list (PDF, DOC, DOCX, PNG, or JPG) using the button below of all qualifying courses/conferences validating that you meet NACVA’s recertification requirements. TOTAL POINTS: Must equal or exceed 48 (Note: excess points CANNOT be carried over to the next reporting cycle). Information should include: Training Format, Date CPE Taken, Course/Program Title/Sponsor, and CPE Hours/Points Awarded (one hour equals one point).  Note: Fees are subject to change at any time. There is a $25 record search fee for CPE research requests.

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Click the button below to submit your Recertification Reporting Form to NACVA for processing. 

Please allow 5–7 business days for our Member/Client Services team to process your Recertification form. If you have any questions, contact Member/Client Services at (800) 677-2009.

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