Infographic of the Day: The Rise of Forensic Accounting

September 22nd, 2014
in News, econ_news, syndication

Putting a number to an accidental lost limb or on racial discrimination or deciding the overall value of a dead man’s assets is difficult, but for forensic economists and forensic accountants, it’s daily work.

Follow up:

What do forensic economists and accountants do?

Examples of their work include:

The calculation of due damages in a legal dispute.
Liability analysis and fraud protection.
Policy analysis and asset evaluation.
Establishing timelines of financial activity.
Working on cases like bankruptcies, insurance claims, divorces and more.

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Forensic Accounting



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