Forensic accounting is a specialized form of accounting which investigates any suspect for financial misconduct.
It involves digging deep into the details of various financial paperwork to determine if there was any misconduct, stealing, unethical behavior or even to track money and determine the true value of assets. If you can’t figure out any financial reports or documents you may need a forensic accountant to get to the bottom of it.
Uncovering every detail
Our team of Investigators, Accountants and Certified Fraud Investigators conduct financial investigations and analysis, for various types of cases, both criminal and civil, internal, and external. These investigations are often related to billing schemes, payroll schemes, expense frauds, skimming schemes, financial statement manipulation, false sales/commission fraud, and many other cases that entails financial data and review.
Who might need a forensic accountant?
An organization that suspects financial fraud
An organization prior to merger or acquisition and suspect inflated revenue
An individual looking to divorce and suspect understated business or personal assets.
Individuals or organizations in financial disputes