Bankruptcy (or liquidation) can be a valid business tool when used properly.
In the restaurant industry, where long hours and thin profit margins are the norm, owners and managers often lack the time and resources to focus on fraud.
Concert, sporting and other event tickets can go for astronomical prices — when they’re even available.
Mergers and acquisitions are filled with risks, some of them unavoidable.
Forensic accountants are best qualified to unearth the “hows and whys” of occupational fraud.
Deregulation of the energy industry was intended to give consumers a choice of electricity and natural gas providers — and an opportunity to save money.
From invoices and payments to discounts and write-offs, many business transactions are recorded to accounts receivable. This makes receivables a popular fraud target.
Business owners engaged in fraudulent activities often try to manipulate their companies’ financial statements.
Estate planning aims to help individuals achieve several important goals — primary among them, transferring wealth to loved ones at the lowest possible tax cost.