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Forensic Audit Services

FORENSIC ACCOUNTING

Forensic accounting services involve the application of special skills in accounting; auditing; finance; quantitative methods; certain areas of the law and research; and investigative skills to collect, analyze and evaluate evidential matter and to interpret and communicate findings. An expert’s training and experience should assist in providing enhanced high-quality advice to clients through extensive knowledge of complex financial issues. Such knowledge should include a thorough understanding of the financial and operational aspects of your business. Holmes & Company brings the following to forensic accounting:

  • Objectivity
  • Integrity
  • Due professional care
  • Commitment to quality service

Forensic accounting is a specialization that requires broad knowledge of complex financial issues. When expert forensic accounting services are needed, choose the CPA/CFF mark of excellence. Having a firm such as Holmes & Company with individuals who hold the Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) credential that can assist you with a forensic engagement will provide additional assurance that the practitioner is experienced, knowledgeable and professional.

FORENSIC ACCOUNTING AND LITIGATION SUPPORT

Our team has extensive experience providing audits and other financial services for nonprofit organizations. Count on us for the insight and expertise you need to deal with industry challenges. In order to meet your needs, we have developed a deep understanding of the specialized requirements of exempt organization. Our nonprofit clients receive personalize service and the resources they need. We work with organizations that receive funding from government grants, foundations, individuals, and corporations. Our experience ensures your financial statements are fairly presented and that your internal control issues are properly addressed.

  • Fraud investigations
  • Forensic audits to uncover evidence
  • Consultation on legal strategies involving accounting and auditing matters
  • Partner/Shareholder disputes
  • Analysis of contracts
  • Audits of Contractor costs