The role of an expert witness can end up being instrumental during litigation, as legal proceedings often depend upon their technical knowledge or skillset for clarification on the matter at hand. When the facts of a case are rather complex, the court relies on the specialized knowledge of the expert….
Divorce rates in the United States fluctuate between 40 and 50 percent, ranking it 6th amongst countries with the highest divorce rates in the world. In fact, it is estimated that there is a divorce every 13 seconds in America. When a marriage ends, the separating couple and all of….
Most people are aware that when the tax reform bill came into law (the Tax Jobs and Cuts Act of 2017) a lot of changes were on the horizon. However, many are still largely unaware of the specifics regarding those changes and how they will impact both individuals and corporations…..
Accountants have relied on calculators for over a century, underlining the important of technology’s role in reducing errors and streamlining financial reporting. So, it’s no surprise that the advancement of technology is trending towards a virtual workforce. As progressive software and robots trickle their way into our daily lives, the….
Attorneys across the globe turn to forensic accountants and their expertise to assist in their efforts as they navigate their clients’ legal disputes and potential litigation. Often called upon either before litigation or during litigation, forensic accountants are tasked with the role of lending their specialized understanding and knowledge of….
From corporate fraud investigations to marital asset disputes to a myriad of other financial issues in between, legal proceedings often require an expert to analyze, investigate, and interpret complex financial data and information. A forensic accountant has the unique knowledge and skillset that will offer a legal matter crucial insight….
Forensic accounting, sometimes referred to as financial forensics or forensic accountancy, is a specialty practice area where accounting skills are utilized to investigate potential embezzlement or fraud through the analysis of financial information. This information is then eventually used in actual or anticipated legal proceedings, like litigation or disputes. In….
The late John Wooden once said, “It’s the little details that are vital. Little things make big things happen”. While a college basketball coach (who happens to rank first in NCAA Division I Men’s Final Four appearances) may seem irrelevant to filing taxes, the truth is that paying meticulous attention….
The process of hiding assets in the event of an upcoming divorce or a current divorce is all too often commonplace in today’s world. In many cases where a divorce is imminent, high net worth individuals are tempted to hide assets from their partner in an attempt to conceal and….
Contrary to popular belief, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) seldom audits taxpayers. In fact, only about 1 percent of all tax returns processed are subject to an IRS audit. However, it is interesting to note that historically wealthier individuals and the most successful of businesses are more likely to get….