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Do You Need a Forensic Accountant?

Posted by Mark On August 27th

Are you trying to re-establish your financials after a natural disaster? Are you involved in a divorce or business partner dispute? Are you going through a business interruption loss?

Re-establishing your financials after a natural disaster is difficult. Going through a divorce or business partner dispute is stressful. Determining the circumstances of a business interruption loss can be complicated.

Whether it’s divorce, bankruptcy, reorganization, insolvency or disaster relief it doesn’t take long to realize you need the services of an expert, a forensic accountant. Forensic accountants combine forensic accounting, forensic auditing and forensic research training to conduct financial examinations. They deliver a specialized approach to each subject at hand.

Forensic Accountant

Today, there is a broad need for forensic accountants. It’s important to work with a forensic accountant that is committed to providing reliable service and maintaining the highest professional standards. This year, I have expanded our CPA practice into the field of Forensics to meet that broad need.

Recently, I attended ACFEI , (the world’s largest forensic science association). I earned the Cr. FA designation. My years of experience and expertise in the accounting profession, along with my new designation, will benefit you when you need to hire a forensic accountant. I know how important it is to work with someone you know and trust.

At Makara and Associates, we always strive to achieve excellence and provide our clients with recommendations based on the extensive knowledge and diverse expertise of our staff.  Contact us online, or call us at our Naples office:  (239) 384-9688 or Fort Myers office: (239) 768-5008.

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LEGAL NOTICE AND DISCLAIMER: The information within this blog is for informational and educational purposes only and is not tax advice and should not be used as such. The facts of each individual situation can have significantly different outcomes when applying tax law. The hiring of a CPA is an important decision not to be based solely on advertisements. 


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