Forensic accounting is the practice of binding together accounting and auditing with investigative skills to assist in legal matters. It is primarily used in areas such as litigation support, investigation, and dispute resolution.

 

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What does a Forensic Accountant do?

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A Forensic Accountant is an extension of the legal team and is responsible for preparing or reviewing financial evidence.

It has been proven that thorough, reasoned and well structured forensic accounting reports greatly increase the chances of a satisfactory settlement.