IMA’s Salary Survey Featured in USA Today Snapshot IMA®’s 2008 Annual Salary Survey and importance of certification made national news with a USA Today Snapshot. CMAs have greater earning power than their noncertified peers ($125,600 versus $95,974). To view the USA Today Snapshot, click here. From USA TODAY, a division of Gannett Co., Inc. Reprinted with Permission
On November 24, 2009, ICMA announced a change to the format and curriculum of the CMA exam program, beginning May 1, 2010. To ensure that the CMA remains the most appropriate designation for accountants and financial professionals in business, the Institute of Certified Management Accountants (ICMA) announced a change to the format and curriculum of the CMA exam program.
Beginning May 1, 2010, the CMA exam will consist of a two-part format focusing on the critical skills of financial planning, analysis, control and decision support. Testing for the current four-part CMA exam format will continue through December 31, 2010.