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Forensic Accounting

Accounting I Jonas

Sameer Kalva

on 28 August 2013

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Transcript of Forensic Accounting

Forensic Accounting
Investigation such as insurance claim, fraud, tax crimes and money laundering.
Ability to analyze and report on financial data and evidence.
Prepares forensic accounting reports from financial findings.
Interpersonal communication
Verbal communication
Attention to detail
Written Communication
Wages and Benefits
CFE: $83K-$155K (25%-75% percentile)
Non CFE: $59-$109K (25%-75% percentile)]
Paid Vacation
Help with decision making
Detection and Prevention of Fraud
A new and exciting field of accounting
Always will have the latest gadgets
Education Needed
A bachelor’s/master’s degree in forensic accounting, accounting, finance or a related field
Additional education in criminal justice or law enforcement is a plus
Many companies also want Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Public Accountant (CPA), and/or Chartered Accountant (CA).
Working Environment
They collaborate extensively with investigators, police officers, and other agents involved in a criminal case.
They have to visit to scene of the crime, interview the suspects, and perform other extensive tasks to get a full understanding of the incident.
Due to the nature of their work, and the unpredictability of crime, it is not uncommon for them to work for long hours.
Works Cited
Decision Making
Forensic accountants help investors make sound decisions on whether to invest in a business
Assists in decision making process for handing out loans
Detection and Prevention of Fraud
Forensic accounts ensure that accounting policies and systems are followed
helps detect fraud at any level
What is Forensic Accounting?
The integration of accounting, auditing and investigative skills
provides an accounting analysis that is suitable to the court
will form the basis for discussion, debate and ultimately dispute resolution.
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