Forensic Accounting

Forensic Accounting2018-12-04T14:37:20+00:00

Unfortunately, for many business owners, the possibility of fraud or misconduct within their organization is a known reality. *According to a 2016 survey conducted by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, a typical organization loses 5% of revenues in a given year to fraud. Fraud or misconduct may include employee theft, misappropriated funds, outside business kickbacks to employees and fraud related to insurance or securities. When this happens, you will want trained, knowledgeable and experienced forensic accountants and expert witnesses at your side.

Investigative Accounting

Without keen accounting expertise, even the most skilled attorneys find it difficult to fully uncover the finer points of a case that includes complex financial matters.  Whether your case involves estate fraud, business valuation, tax issues, divorce, damage calculations, death, breach of contract, lost business profits, personal injury, wrongful death, or a shareholder dispute, TDT CPAs and Advisors offers the professional expertise to make a difference.

The forensic accounting team at TDT CPAs and Advisors can uncover the hard numbers you need to objectively present and prove your case. 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 paper sacks or on Drop Box, we know how to spot subtle flaws and inconsistencies.

Attorneys throughout the Midwest call us for expert opinion in forensic accounting.  From our beginnings as a certified public accounting firm in 1926, today, TDT CPAs and Advisors is one of the most experienced and expert sources of forensic accounting in the region.

Forensic Expert Witness

Juries don’t always understand complex financial details.  Frequently, opposing counsel counts on that fact – and that’s where our experience on the stand as an expert witness is especially useful.  Our ability to communicate clear, simple, and straightforward details enables you to present the most persuasive case possible.

Our persuasive ability comes from our commitment and belief in our exhaustive work and accurate conclusions.  Beyond verbal testimony, we ensure understanding through simple, but supporting documentation, displays, and courtroom exhibits.

From discovery to deposition and from trial to testimony, our education, knowledge, experience and clear grasp of complex issues provide our client attorneys with the facts and tools required to be an undisputed and fierce adversary.

We can help with the following types of forensic investigation and/or litigation support:

  • Bankruptcy

  • Business Interruption Claims

  • Business Valuations

  • Commercial Damages

  • Contract Damages & Shareholder Disputes

  • Divorce and Matrimonial Disputes

  • Employment and Lost Earnings Analysis

  • Fraud Examination

  • Lost Profits Analysis

  • Personal Injury

  • Shareholder and Partnership Disputes

  • Tax Fraud

  • Support and Support Modification

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