If you suspect you are the victim of any kind of personal or business fraud whether it be credit card fraud, money laundering, misappropriation of funds, or another type of situation, you need a forensic accountant.
What does a forensic accountant do?
A forensic accountant will not only use their accounting skills to find evidence of an embezzlement or theft, but will also use interviewing skills to uncover the intent to defraud. The forensic accounting team will also prepare the information to be useful for legal proceedings.
Where do forensic accountants look during their investigation?
They look at bank records, computer accounting programs, and tax records among other places. Accounting information can be difficult to understand! That’s why the best forensic accountants like the partners at Quick Group are experienced CPAs, FBI, and IRS agents. Quick Group partners are also Certified in Financial Forensics. Forensic accountants also look “beyond the numbers” and interview suspects to determine intent and find further clues.
When did Quick Group, LLC begin its forensic accounting work?
The members of Quick Group, LLC have a combined 80 years of experience with investigating and forensic accounting. A quick glance through the partner’s biographies will show the variety of professional experience and the depth of expertise of each member. The partners of Quick Group will work together on your case so that you get the most thorough investigation possible.
Why did this happen to me?
We know that facing fraud can be tough. We will treat you with respect and care during this difficult time. We want to help you get answers and to be able to see that justice is served so you can move on with your life.
How can I get in touch with Quick Group?
Call (843)800.0550 for your confidential consultation.