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Fraud is something that happens at other organizations, right? Not so fast. The threat of fraud exists across every industry within businesses of every size. It’s often the unspoken factor in lost revenue. We'll bring our accounting, auditing, and investigative skills to help you prevent, detect, and quantify losses and preserve evidence due to fraudulent activities. Our experts look beyond the numbers and deal with the business reality framing each unique situation.

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Fraud prevention and recovery

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Suspect fraud? Seven actions to take now
Have that nagging feeling something just isn't right? Conduct the initial analysis to substantiate your suspicions — don't wait any longer to take these important steps to protect your business.
Michelle D. McHale-Adams
Article April 25, 2017 3 min read
Don’t be a statistic: How to protect your organization against fraud
Eric Conforti
Podcast March 01, 2016 4 minute listen
Navigating the aftermath of embezzlement
Michelle D. McHale-Adams
Article March 06, 2015 3 min read

Global fraud in business
Think you're immune? Think again

Forensic Accounting Thought Leadership

  • Professional service firms dropping the ball on fraud?
    Professional service firms are not immune to fraud. Here are three areas owners often overlook.
    Michelle D. McHale-Adams Eric Conforti
    Article April 05, 2016 2 min read
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  • Fraud: Tax guidance for fraud victims
    Michelle D. McHale-Adams
    Article October 24, 2014 1 min read
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  • Fraud: The unexpected purchase
    M&A frauds can deliver a substantial financial blow to a purchaser, with an impact that can last for years after the initial acquisition. Ironically, mishandling the due diligence related to the acquisition of a business can result in losses to the business, personal losses, and even bankruptcy.
    Webinar November 13, 2013 60 min watch
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  • Fraud: Reporting it to the IRS
    If you’ve been defrauded, there are two steps to bringing the fraudster to justice. First, tell the police. Then, the IRS.
    Michelle McHale-Adams
    Article October 27, 2016 1 min read
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Our Team

Our forensic accounting professionals have certifications that include Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF), Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Management Accountant (CMA), and Juris Doctor (JD). Through experience gleaned from working on thousands of cases, we’ve developed a comprehensive set of forensic accounting skills and advisory services that enables us to help you manage the business risk of fraud with care and sensitivity.