When people hear the term “forensic science,” they usually think “CSI.” What comes to mind when you hear the term “forensic accounting”?
Many employers prefer to classify workers as independent contractors to lower costs, even if it means having less control over a worker’s day-to-day activities.
The accounting profession is largely self-regulated by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
Outsourcing human resources can give your not-for-profit’s staff more time to spend on core duties and mission-driven programs and it may be cost-effective.
Many businesses have a life cycle that, as life cycles tend to do, concludes with a period of decline and failure.
To prevent occupational fraud from cutting into your auto dealership’s profits and generating negative publicity, you need a strong internal controls system.
Have you recently started a new business? Or are you contemplating starting one? Launching a new venture is a hectic, exciting time.
An independent quality of earnings (QOE) report can be a valuable tool in mergers and acquisitions.
If your not-for-profit’s board is like most, its members lead busy lives.
In the course of operating your business, you probably spend time and money “wining and dining” current or potential customers, vendors and employees.
In its 2018 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) reported that owners and executives accounted fo
Financial statements present a company’s financial position as of a specific date, typically the end of the year or quarter.
It’s every business owner’s nightmare.
News of commercial database hackings may seem commonplace in 2019.
If you’re getting a divorce, you know it’s a highly stressful time. But if you’re a business owner, tax issues can complicate matters even more.
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) recently voted to finalize two related standards aimed at improving audits of accounting estimates and the work o
It’s a well-known truism in the corporate world: Organizations that don’t evolve run the risk of becoming obsolete.
Absenteeism has typically been a thorn in the side of many companies.
It should come as no surprise that cash is the most popular target of fraud perpetrators. After all, once stolen, cash itself is virtually untraceable.
Merger and acquisition activity has been brisk in recent years.
Distinguishing between liabilities and equity on a company’s balance sheet may seem straightforward.