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Auditing Attestation vs. Investigative Accounting

Auditing Attestation vs. Investigative Accounting

A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is an accounting professional who has passed the Uniform CPA examination and has met all additional state certification and experience requirements. This is done by acquiring the necessary college credits by studying accounting,...

read more
How to Select a Forensic Accountant

How to Select a Forensic Accountant

What is Forensic Accounting? Forensic accounting, sometimes called investigative accounting, is the application of accounting concepts and techniques to legal problems. Forensic accountants investigate and document financial fraud and white-collar crimes such as...

read more
The Care and Feeding of a Testifying Expert Witness

The Care and Feeding of a Testifying Expert Witness

In civil financial cases that involve following money—deposits or disbursements— through bank and brokerage accounts, the testifying expert is provided with the legal documents, discovery documents (bank, brokerage statements, and credit card statements), admissions...

read more
What You Should Know Before Hiring a Forensic Accountant

What You Should Know Before Hiring a Forensic Accountant

There is a difference between an accountant and a forensic accountant. Forensic accounting, sometimes called investigative accounting, is the application of accounting concepts and techniques to legal problems. Forensic accountants investigate and document financial...

read more
Auditing Attestation vs. Investigative Accounting

Auditing Attestation vs. Investigative Accounting

A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is an accounting professional who has passed the Uniform CPA examination and has met all additional state certification and experience requirements.  This is done by acquiring the necessary college credits by studying accounting,...

read more
Do You Need a “Business Fraud” Forensic Accounting Expert Witness?

Forensic Accountant Coalesces with an Expert Witness

The definition of Forensic accounting[1] is a method of investigating financial transactions and business situations in order to obtain the truth and to develop an expert opinion regarding possible fraudulent activity. Two areas of expertise make up the field of...

read more
Embezzlement? Let me count the ways.

Embezzlement? Let me count the ways.

This article is a supplement to the earlier article “Who Are Embezzlers? Misappropriation of funds is a method of money theft of which embezzlement is a common form. This form of crime involves a person who steals something he/she possesses and controls but does not...

read more
Who are Embezzlers?

Who are Embezzlers?

Experience has shown that embezzlers are opportunists that find weaknesses in systems and exploit them. The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners issued their 2018 Report to the Nation a Global Study[1]. The study shows that employees commit the largest percentage...

read more

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Auditing Attestation vs. Investigative Accounting

Auditing Attestation vs. Investigative Accounting

A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is an accounting professional who has passed the Uniform CPA examination and has met all additional state certification and experience requirements. This is done by acquiring the necessary college credits by studying accounting,...

read more
How to Select a Forensic Accountant

How to Select a Forensic Accountant

What is Forensic Accounting? Forensic accounting, sometimes called investigative accounting, is the application of accounting concepts and techniques to legal problems. Forensic accountants investigate and document financial fraud and white-collar crimes such as...

read more
The Care and Feeding of a Testifying Expert Witness

The Care and Feeding of a Testifying Expert Witness

In civil financial cases that involve following money—deposits or disbursements— through bank and brokerage accounts, the testifying expert is provided with the legal documents, discovery documents (bank, brokerage statements, and credit card statements), admissions...

read more
What You Should Know Before Hiring a Forensic Accountant

What You Should Know Before Hiring a Forensic Accountant

There is a difference between an accountant and a forensic accountant. Forensic accounting, sometimes called investigative accounting, is the application of accounting concepts and techniques to legal problems. Forensic accountants investigate and document financial...

read more
Auditing Attestation vs. Investigative Accounting

Auditing Attestation vs. Investigative Accounting

A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is an accounting professional who has passed the Uniform CPA examination and has met all additional state certification and experience requirements.  This is done by acquiring the necessary college credits by studying accounting,...

read more
Do You Need a “Business Fraud” Forensic Accounting Expert Witness?

Forensic Accountant Coalesces with an Expert Witness

The definition of Forensic accounting[1] is a method of investigating financial transactions and business situations in order to obtain the truth and to develop an expert opinion regarding possible fraudulent activity. Two areas of expertise make up the field of...

read more
Embezzlement? Let me count the ways.

Embezzlement? Let me count the ways.

This article is a supplement to the earlier article “Who Are Embezzlers? Misappropriation of funds is a method of money theft of which embezzlement is a common form. This form of crime involves a person who steals something he/she possesses and controls but does not...

read more
Who are Embezzlers?

Who are Embezzlers?

Experience has shown that embezzlers are opportunists that find weaknesses in systems and exploit them. The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners issued their 2018 Report to the Nation a Global Study[1]. The study shows that employees commit the largest percentage...

read more