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?
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;
Assist with the protection and recovery of assets;
Coordinate with other experts, including private investigators, forensic document examiners, and consulting engineers; and
Assist with any necessary civil action or criminal prosecution.
TD&T CPAs and Advisors can uncover the hard numbers you need to objectively present and prove your case. Juries don’t always understand complex financial details. Frequently, opposing counsel counts on that fact – and that’s where our experience is especially useful. Due to years of professional experience and specialized credentials, we know the hiding places for “lost”, “hidden” or “forgotten” assets and income. Whether the accounting records in question arrive in a paper sacks or on computer disks, we know how to spot subtle flaws and inconsistencies.
We can help with the following types of forensic investigation and/or litigation support:
We also consult with agri-business owners on an ever-increasing range of business planning and management issues, such as:
Business Interruption Claims
Contract Damages & Shareholder Disputes
Divorce and Matrimonial Disputes
Employment and Lost Earnings Analysis
Lost Profits Analysis
Shareholder and Partnership Disputes