Forensic Accounting CategoriesEngagements relating to civil disputes may fall into several categories: calculating and quantifying losses and economic damages, whether suffered through tort or breach of contract; disagreements relating to company acquisitions—perhaps earn outs or breaches of warranties; and business valuation. Forensic accountants often assist in professional negligence claims where they are assessing and commenting on the work of other professionals. Forensic Accountants are also engaged in marital and family law matters for the purpose of analyzing lifestyle for spousal support purposes, determining income available for child support, and equitable distribution. Engagements relating to criminal matters typically arise in the aftermath of fraud. They frequently involve the assessment of accounting systems and accounts presentation—in essence assessing if the numbers reflect reality.
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Accounting to a non-financial person can be a mammoth task according to Accountants in Miami, CPA. Wading through invoices, bank statements amongst other duties can be quite tasking especially for small business owners who have a lot of other things to do. Even businesses that have an in-house accounting team still need to manage the functions of the accounting team to ensure they meet the business objectives at a minimal cost.