Posted by: RICHARD PROCTOR | May 18, 2012

FINDING FRAUD

The expertise of most advisors usually stops short of forensic accounting or detecting client fraud. What do you do when there is evidence of missing assets or forgeries? To uncover intentional – and increasingly sophisticated – deceits, planners need to know about forensic accounting, financial planning, tax law and criminology.

http://www.financial-planning.com/fp_issues/2012_5/client-fraud-falsifying-records-missing-assets-2678590-1.html?zkPrintable=1&nopagination=1

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