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With an experienced team by your side, you don't have to face fraud or uncertainty alone.

With an experienced team by your side, you don't have to face fraud or uncertainty alone.

Identifying and recovering from fraud can be complicated and stressful. Your organization's reputation is on the line, and your trust has been betrayed. Fraud and forensic accountants understand your fears. They'll work tirelessly to uncover and report the facts, document your case, explain complexities and serve as experts in litigation.

 

Our experienced professionals know the ins and outs of fraud and other financial abnormalities, and we're prepared to help you navigate your complex financial concerns. Approaching each situation with care, we use proven forensic methodologies to help you uncover the facts and build the strongest case.

Latest Insights

August 20, 2020
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The amount of technology at our fingertips is greater than ever. It’s also a higher risk for potential fraud and subsequent legal activity.
July 7, 2020
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A full-size construction excavator can weigh upwards of 90 tons. That level of heft would seem to make it next to impossible to steal. But you’d be surprised, most unpleasantly, to learn that heavy equipment is indeed stolen from jobsites.
July 6, 2020
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General contractors usually have good relationships with their subcontractors. But fraud happens in every industry. As a risk management measure, it’s important to recognize typical subcontractor fraud schemes so you can protect your construction …
July 3, 2020
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Elder financial exploitation is the crime of the 21st century, and financial institutions play a vital role in preventing and responding to it.
June 2, 2020
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Internal controls to prevent fraud are more important that ever in the remote working world we are in right now. Here are ways you can protect your finances.
April 27, 2020
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While it may be impossible to prevent fraud from ever occurring in your business, there are things your HR team can do to greatly lessen the chances.

How to Utilize HR to Prevent Fraud in Your Organization

While it may be impossible to prevent fraud from ever occurring in your business, there are things your HR team can do to greatly lessen the chances.

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Jeremy G. Bendewald
Jeremy G. Bendewald
Principal
Jason W. Olson
Jason W. Olson
Forensic Services Partner
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