CPA firms can struggle to add advisory services such as exit planning to their practices. This workshop style session will engage this topic and discuss how other CPAs have successfully added exit planning to their practices, leveraging the business owner relationships that they hold today.
In the realm of litigation, family law cases can be quite different than the rest. In this session, the role and work products of valuation and forensic accounting experts in a family law setting are discussed in a round table format. Topics range from the expert's role, beyond the report writer, to attorney tips on do's and don'ts.
Do you know how to prove mortgage fraud with financial forensics?
In this session you will be introduced to the opportunities that exist in providing expert and litigation support services to homeowners, real estate investors, and businesses who are being harmed by predatory lending practices and mortgage servicing abuses.
Through case studies you will learn what can and does go wrong during the four stages of a mortgage transaction: 1) at Origination; 2) during the Servicing phase; 3) while in Bankruptcy; and 4) when facing Foreclosure. Moreover, how to apply mathematically based Financial Forensics Examinations to discover problems and provide solutions to clients.
In this session attendees will explore the fraud risks that exist for creditors and vendors when borrowers and customers are facing cash flow challenges. Attendees, along with the presenter, will determine the loss to the lender from the customer’s fraud scheme, in the Case of the Cash Flow Fiasco, using case story videos and digital evidence. The case study is based on an actual fraud investigation performed by Leah Wietholter, MBA, CFE, PI.