Investigative Forensic Accounting

We’re inspired to help you uncover the facts and quantify financial damages whether by fraud or other events.

We go beyond just the numbers to help you uncover the truth.

Many times, investigative forensic accounting will begin with a simple question: What happened to all the money? Forensic accountants assist in identifying indicators of fraud and quantifying financial losses.

Eide Bailly’s Fraud & Forensic Advisory team works with any number of allegations of misconduct or fraud, including embezzlement, employee theft, false vendors, ghost employees, improper payroll, exaggerated overtime or expenses, and more.

When questionable activity is suspected or identified, our team can help identify, quantify, and organize the facts. Common investigative forensic accounting engagements include:

  • Fraud Investigations
  • Tracing Funds
  • Hidden Asset Investigations
  • Blockchain/Cryptocurrency Investigations
  • Royalty Audit Investigations

Why You Need to Understand the Importance of Forensic Accounting

The extent of fraud damages can have a lasting impact on an organization. Discover how forensic accounting can help you recover.
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Eide Bailly's forensic services team is always professional, courteous, and provides information on a timely basis — their expertise sets them apart from other firms.
Alan Gowa
ManagerES Programs LLC

Don’t let financial concerns go unresolved.

As a top forensic accounting firm, we use investigative accounting skills to search through accounting and financial records to find facts related to financial concerns and disputes.

Investigative Forensic Accounting Leadership

Jeremy Bendewald

Jeremy G. BendewaldCFE, CFI

Principal/Fraud & Forensic Advisory Practice Leader

Jeremy oversees forensic accounting examinations including financial fraud schemes, tracing of assets, financial motivation to commit crimes and other accountings for use in courts of law. Jeremy also assists clients with insurance claim, civil and/or criminal litigation support matters. Proactively, Jeremy works with clients to improve internal controls, business fraud risk mitigation and provides recommendations to reduce the risk of fraud.