Did you know that Forensic Accountants can trace their roots back to America’s Prohibition days. Al Capone, one of the most famous gangsters of the 20th century was prosecuted for tax evasion with the use of a Forensic Accountant by the Internal Revenue Service. Forensic Accountant is part investigator, part auditor and part accountant. John S Bush, CPA reviews evidence, conducts analyses, interviews involved parties and draws conclusions. Forensic Accountants are replied on to work on all types of cases where having knowledge of accounting principles and investigations has been applied to some of the biggest cases ever, including terrorism and corporate fraud cases, especially in light of 9/11 and Enron. Forensic Accountant prepares each case as if it will result in litigation in the future. Usually retained after an alleged fraud has taken place to assess the extent of a fraud and to bring those responsible to justice. Forensic Account are frequently called upon to provide expert testimony on fraud and accounting-related matters.
John S Bush, CPA possesses the knowledge and expertise to interpret financial statements or to work under circumstances where financial information has been destroyed or tampered with, necessitating the recreation of information to determine if inappropriate actions have taken place.
Expert Witness, Litigation Consulting, Business Valuations.
- Divorce Consultations
- Expert Witness Testimony
- Financial Affidavit Preparation
- Equitable Distributions and Alimony Calculations
- Mandatory Disclosure Documentation
- Business Valuations
- Child Support Calculations