What is investigative forensic accounting?

Answer Accounting is a broad career industry with jobs in public accounting, management accounting, taxation and forensic accounting. Each type of accounting has specific goals and features for individual... Read More »

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Forensic Accounting Colleges?

The Journal of Forensic Accounting defines the responsibility of a forensic accountant as analyzing and interpreting financial evidence to the courts or layman so it is understood with "scientific ... Read More »

Where did forensic accounting start?

The first activity resembling forensic accounting occurred in ancient Egypt, with advisers tracking the pharaohs' riches. In print, the term first appeared in the 1946 Journal of Accountancy. The f... Read More »

When did forensic accounting begin?

Forensic accounting can be dated back to ancient Egypt to those who inventoried a pharaoh's assets. D. Larry Crumbley of Louisiana State University states in the "Journal of Forensic Accounting," "... Read More »

How to Get a Forensic Accounting Degree?

Forensic accountants bear a special burden -- their work must meet a particularly high standard, since they are often involved in examinations related to litigation or dispute resolution. According... Read More »