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The Importance of Maintaining Proper Records for the IRS

The Importance of Maintaining Proper Records for the IRS

The Internal Revenue Code requires businesses to maintain records of their activities including invoices for services rendered, bank records and invoices for expenditures made for business purposes. It is also wise to have a system of accounting, a spreadsheet with...

read more
To Follow Money, Books and Records Are Needed

To Follow Money, Books and Records Are Needed

Any financial investigation, specifically income tax (civil or criminal), partnership embezzlement, and divorce, require books and records to be successful in tracing expenses and following the money.  Without them the chances of success are diminished.  In...

read more
Taxpayer Decision… Auditor or Special Agent

Taxpayer Decision… Auditor or Special Agent

We read in the newspaper that the number of audits is down to less than 1%.  In the Kiplinger article dated April 30, 2014, the Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) advised the agency will perform 100,000 or fewer audits this year.  The odds...

read more
Due Diligence Helps Manage Risk

Due Diligence Helps Manage Risk

What is due diligence?  (1) The care that a reasonable person exercises to avoid harm to their person, finances or that of another person. [1] (2) The process of obtaining and evaluating details about the subject, entity, or investment opportunity before making a...

read more
Important Considerations When Hiring a Forensic Accountant

Important Considerations When Hiring a Forensic Accountant

Forensic accounting combines accounting and investigative skills, knowledge, education, experience, and training which is perfect for firms offering litigation support and investigative accounting.  This expertise is obtained by individuals with specialized training,...

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
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

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The Importance of Maintaining Proper Records for the IRS

The Importance of Maintaining Proper Records for the IRS

The Internal Revenue Code requires businesses to maintain records of their activities including invoices for services rendered, bank records and invoices for expenditures made for business purposes. It is also wise to have a system of accounting, a spreadsheet with...

read more
To Follow Money, Books and Records Are Needed

To Follow Money, Books and Records Are Needed

Any financial investigation, specifically income tax (civil or criminal), partnership embezzlement, and divorce, require books and records to be successful in tracing expenses and following the money.  Without them the chances of success are diminished.  In...

read more
Taxpayer Decision… Auditor or Special Agent

Taxpayer Decision… Auditor or Special Agent

We read in the newspaper that the number of audits is down to less than 1%.  In the Kiplinger article dated April 30, 2014, the Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) advised the agency will perform 100,000 or fewer audits this year.  The odds...

read more
Due Diligence Helps Manage Risk

Due Diligence Helps Manage Risk

What is due diligence?  (1) The care that a reasonable person exercises to avoid harm to their person, finances or that of another person. [1] (2) The process of obtaining and evaluating details about the subject, entity, or investment opportunity before making a...

read more
Important Considerations When Hiring a Forensic Accountant

Important Considerations When Hiring a Forensic Accountant

Forensic accounting combines accounting and investigative skills, knowledge, education, experience, and training which is perfect for firms offering litigation support and investigative accounting.  This expertise is obtained by individuals with specialized training,...

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
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