Forensic Accounting, Litigation Services & Business Valuation

How Identity Theft Can Affect Your Taxes
 

How Identity Theft Can Affect Your Taxes

Posted: August 8, 2016
The IRS is working hard to stop identity theft with a strategy of prevention, detection and victim assistance. Here are nine key points.

The CPA’s Role in Business Valuations
 

The CPA’s Role in Business Valuations

Posted: May 4, 2016
To determine the economic value of a business interest while performing a valuation, you can use various approaches and methodologies.

Combating Fraud at Small Businesses
 

Combating Fraud at Small Businesses

Posted: April 13, 2016
By reviewing the fraud triangle, watching for early warning signs and putting preventative measures in place, you can help shield your practice and your clients’ practices from fraud.

Using Data in the Fight Against Fraud
 

Using Data in the Fight Against Fraud

Posted: March 21, 2016
Fraud and its financial ramifications all-too-often impact organizations in virtually every industry. Along with the traditional type of fraud, epitomized by Enron and WorldCom, CPAs need to understand that, as business changes, fraud and other risks also change.

Why Is Fraud Still an Issue?
 

Why Is Fraud Still an Issue?

Posted: March 8, 2016
Over and over again, people continue to commit various manners of fraud, and we still don’t seem to have figured out how to stop this from happening. Is fraud a growing problem, or are we just measuring and reporting on it more frequently?

Data Contamination in Fraud Cases
 

Data Contamination in Fraud Cases

Posted: March 8, 2016
The contamination of the data, while the evidence is in possession of the financial investigator, could result in the evidence being thrown out of court. As such, the evidence must be handled carefully by the investigators to prevent any altering or contamination.

How to Handle a Deposition with a Report Error
 

How to Handle a Deposition with a Report Error

Posted: January 22, 2016
Finding an error in a forensic report is not fatal in and of itself. What the expert does when he or she finds the error is what determines the outcome and, consequently, risks being fatal if handled improperly.