Forensic CPAs Provide Investigative Accounting and Litigation Support
A Forensic Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is an individual who carries expertise as a CPA and a forensic accountant. Forensic CPAs utilize accounting and auditing skills, investigative skills to uncover incidents that took place in a particular financial setting or transaction.
A Forensic CPA has the accounting and investigative knowledge to present evidence in a court of law or to settle any kind of financial civil dispute.
Forensic Certified Public Accountants (CPA) provide investigative accounting and litigation support to recognize, evaluate and analyze financial data, dissect complex financial transactions, and develop and analyze accounting controls and procedures. The CPAs have experience in litigation support, governmental accounting, investigative accounting and fraud detection. The Forensic Certified Public Accountants use their knowledge and latest technology available to identify, acquire, restore and analyze electronic data in complex litigation, accounting and fraud investigation. These accountants provide services to public and privately held companies, governmental entities, boards of governance and related organizations.
Forensic accountants are typically certified accountants who specialize in domains where there is a need for evidences. These wide ranging engagements include transaction reconstruction and measurement, bankruptcy, matrimonial divorce, and probate asset identification and valuation, falsifications and manipulations of accounts or inventories. They detect, analyze and interpret evidences of non-fraudulent and fraudulent phenomena introduced into the books and records of an accounting system.
Forensic CPAs provide clients with services and expertise in a broad range of subjects such as:
Forensic CPAs have the expertise and experience to tackle fraudulent financial reporting in public companies.