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244 Glover Av

Glover Av

Centurion

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.8391

28.19294

Accounting – Forensic

Accounting is an extremely broad field in the finance industry with many different functions and specialisations. From tax and bookkeeping to preparing financial statements, accountants are well rounded and knowledgeable individuals. Another more specialised field within accounting is forensic accounting.

Forensic accounting is concerned with the investigation of financial and other records for various reasons which usually have legal implications. Forensic accountants are also referred to as forensic auditors or investigative auditors. A forensic accountant’s discovery in an investigation is used in court as evidence. Accountants often have to testify and present their findings in court. Forensic accountants handle matters such as calculating economic damages which have been incurred due to breach of contract or through an illegal activity which has led to financial losses. This is done so that the victim of the crimes or losses can be compensated for the amount lost. This is determined and executed in the court of law.

When companies or individuals file for bankruptcy or insolvency, forensic accountants investigate the financial records in order to prove that the company or individual is indeed bankrupt so that legal action can be taken. Some forensic accountants specialise in insurance claims and fraud including construction and royalty audits. These professionals are equipped to handle your less traditional accounting services and provide evidence that stands in the court of law.

Whatever your forensic accounting needs are, it is always advisable to consult reputable professionals who will provide you with the best service. 

Accounting – Forensic

Accounting is an extremely broad field in the finance industry with many different functions and specialisations. From tax and bookkeeping to preparing financial statements, accountants are well rounded and knowledgeable individuals. Another more specialised field within accounting is forensic accounting.

Forensic accounting is concerned with the investigation of financial and other records for various reasons which usually have legal implications. Forensic accountants are also referred to as forensic auditors or investigative auditors. A forensic accountant’s discovery in an investigation is used in court as evidence. Accountants often have to testify and present their findings in court. Forensic accountants handle matters such as calculating economic damages which have been incurred due to breach of contract or through an illegal activity which has led to financial losses. This is done so that the victim of the crimes or losses can be compensated for the amount lost. This is determined and executed in the court of law.

When companies or individuals file for bankruptcy or insolvency, forensic accountants investigate the financial records in order to prove that the company or individual is indeed bankrupt so that legal action can be taken. Some forensic accountants specialise in insurance claims and fraud including construction and royalty audits. These professionals are equipped to handle your less traditional accounting services and provide evidence that stands in the court of law.

Whatever your forensic accounting needs are, it is always advisable to consult reputable professionals who will provide you with the best service. 

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