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….
While the forensic accounting profession has technically been around since the early 1900s, the evolution of the industry has been drastically transformed in light of progress in the economy, society, and technology. This progression has opened the doors to the massive importance of forensic accounting investigations in all types of….
Introduction The question of how to objectively value personal goodwill in a marital dissolution proceeding is one frequently encountered by business appraisers and attorneys in the State of Florida. Personal goodwill is defined as the portion of a business’ value in excess of tangible net book value that depends upon….
Conducting a thorough valuation of a business or other enterprise is critical to successful results. All too often, business valuation “experts” use a simple rule-of-thumb formula to do so, but this can lead to critical errors and misinformation. As such, the process of conducting a valuation of a closely-held business….
Choosing the right accounting firm can make or break an organization. For small businesses, using accounting software like QuickBooks or Quicken may seem like the logical solution. However, as public and private companies expand, the need for the right accountant or accounting firm becomes indispensable. While every company’s needs are….
Many small business owners will go for years without using common sense analytical techniques to manage the value of their company. Value doesn’t just happen. It is the result of strategic moves made resulting from sound, tried and true techniques. Below are three simple actions you can take that may….
The title of a certified public accountant, or CPA, is one that many view as having a great deal of competence, experience, and being a trusted business advisor. This is due to the fact that becoming a licensed CPA requires the individual to possess these characteristics. There are 3 essential….
The American Society of Appraiser’s International Board of Examiners proudly advances Joshua Angell, CFA, to Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA). This high honor speaks to Joshua’s commitment to excellence in professionalism, standard of ethics, and continual education. The requirements established by the American Society of Appraisers confirm Joshua’s dedication to tenaciously….
South Florida Legal Guide outlines the key role litigation support professionals play in determining the outcomes of major cases and transactions. The magazine profiles how four of South Florida’s Top Litigation Support firms are assisting clients with forensic accounting, valuations, tax advice, asset tracing, expert witness and other services. Moore,….
Joshua B. Angell, senior manager of Valuation Advisory Services at Moore, Ellrich & Neal, P.A., boutique South Florida accounting firm, has earned the prestigious Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA®) designation. The CFA charter is the most respected and recognized investment credential in the world. Globally recognized by employers, investment professionals,….