Do you worry that you or your business might be the victim of fraud?Do you need to analyze your financial data to uncover potential misconduct?
Are you investigating an entity for possible acquisition and need to ensure the absence of financial irregularities? Maybe you're involved in litigation and require an expert witness to testify on your behalf?
If any of these situations apply, you need our Forensic Accounting services.
Gain Critical Insight
Forensic accounting - also called financial forensics or forensic auditing - is an area of accounting that investigates actual or anticipated disputes.
Disputes can range from business-related litigation to marital dissolution. We handle both litigation support and investigative accounting.
This area covers accounting assistance for current or pending litigation.
For a litigation assignment, we...
- assist in obtaining the necessary documentation to support or refute a claim;
- examine the relevant documentation to form an assessment of the case;
- review the damages report by the opposing expert;
- assist with settlement discussions and negotiations; and
- attend trial to hear the testimony of the opposing expert and provide assistance with cross-examination.
Occasionally, you may need to explore whether fraud or misconduct has occurred, such as employee theft of property or inventory, misappropriation of funds by employees, kickbacks to employees from outside businesses, securities fraud, and insurance fraud.
With our investigative accounting services, we bring to bear our accounting knowledge and experience in the field to give you a clear understanding of the situation. When you retain our expertise, we skillfully...
- review the situation and offer suggestions for possible courses of action;
- coordinate with other experts, including private investigators, forensic document examiners, and consulting engineers.
Forensic Investigations Take a Variety of Forms
The services of a forensic accountant are required for a range of investigations across many different industries. Here are the most common assignments in forensic accounting:
- Disputes Among Shareholders or Partners.
- Personal Injury Claims / Motor Vehicle Accidents.
- Insurance Claims.
- Business/Employee Fraud Investigations.
- Matrimonial Disputes.
- Business Economic Losses.
If you think you have reason to be concerned about financial misconduct, pleasecall us today. We are happy to offer a free initial consultation to help you determine whether our services are needed.