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How to organize a forensic accounting investigation

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Forensic investigations typically begin because a company suspects wrongdoing or has received a tip about some type of wrongdoing. The purpose of a forensic investigation is to determine fact patterns that may indicate there may have been wrongdoing, identify possible methods employed and quantify the questionable amounts involved. Forensic accountants play an important role as part of the investigative team. This whitepaper provides guidance on how to conduct a forensic investigation, including engagement considerations, planning and communication protocols, execution of

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