Forensics or Forensic Accounting is a science dedicated to finding out the truth. Its role in accounting is to root out fraud, allegations of misappropriations and illegal transactions within a company. A NYC forensic accountant also may dig into your personal financial records to seek answers to questions posed in lawsuits, insurance claims or divorce proceedings.
Your accounting systems remain under the watchful eye of your CPA to not only maintain constant vigilance over your interests, but to make pointed suggestions for handling your resources. Miller & Company LLP - NY certified public accountants.
A certified NYC forensic accountant is credentialed by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and may work independently or through a larger accounting firm. You can bring in a forensic auditor to perform Forensic Accounting and due diligence prior to an outside investigation. You also may request a forensic audit of companies or investments you are considering adding to your own portfolio.
While the sight of a New York forensic accountant may frighten some professionals, with your own Forensic Accounting and certified audits in hand on a regular basis, you’ll know at every turn where you stand financially — and legally. And as a professional of status and wealth, you should have your own personal accountant and Forensic Accounting services provide you with in-depth internal investigations and audits consistently.
When your CPA knows your goals and participates in your strategic planning processes, you won’t be surprised by sudden or expected Forensic Accounting reviews of your financials. With an accountant who also serves as your advisor, you can be assured that internal controls are in place to secure your assets.
With the world in continuous upheaval, more and more scrutiny is being given to how large monetary transactions are performed. The demand for a forensic audit has become commonplace.
While your business and personal finances are closely monitored by your personal CPA at Miller & Company, it’s always prudent to understand the process, should you be involved on either side of a certified forensic auditor’s investigation. Some of the basic roles of a forensic auditor include:
NYC Forensic accountants typically earn a Bachelor or Master’s degree in accounting or directly in forensic accounting — where more and more degree programs are headed. They often work for a large, general accounting firm before earning their forensic certifications. Forensic accountants NYC often work their way into the field through the backdoor, coming from the criminal justice system or legal pathways.
The field of financial forensics requires forensic accountants to have inquiring minds and an instinct for irregularities. Their knowledge, skills and instincts are put to use in cases that surround issues such as:
While many top CEOs and wealthy independent business professionals are honest to the very core, others might just as soon take unethical turns to reap financial gains. And even if your business practices are completely legal and above-board, you may inadvertently harbor employees or rely on outside vendors who don’t share your values.
When it comes to your financial well-being, you need to know who is watching the store. When the judge finds unfair accounting practices taking place at your firm or illegal money exchanges happening in your company, the proverbial buck stops at your door.
When you allow your personal CPA to investigate and perform internal audits on every aspect of your business and personal finances, you won’t have to worry about getting blindsided by an outside audit. Your assets are safe when you follow the advice of your CPA at Miller & Company and rely on the expertise that many other Manhattan and New York City metropolitan area professionals do.
Your own personal brand of forensic accounting should be forever ongoing, especially with the kind of assets that you continue to accrue. Your personal CPA at Miller & Company provides Forensic Accounting services for your life, not just your business and certainly not just for Uncle Sam.
In addition to regular certified audits and forensic analyses of your finances, rely on Miller & Company for:
Forensic accountants are valuable members of the accounting community. When you need the expertise of a forensic auditor, Miller & Company works closely with you and your company to ensure that your interests are always at the forefront. Miller & Company brings an investigative arm to bear in your favor. After all, it’s your life that you’ve worked so intently to build. Let CPA in NYC, Miller & Company protect it.
Do you have questions about Forensic Accounting we offer in NYC and Long Island? Would you like to receive a personal Forensic Accounting consultation customized to your specific needs? To schedule an appointment with a nationally recognized CPA in NYC, Paul Miller of Miller & Company LLP, please contact our accounting firm in New York or Long Island for a FREE consultation.
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