In 2012, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners estimated that U.S. organizations lose as much as 5% of their annual revenues to fraud in the workplace. The problem is particularly acute for small and mid-sized businesses which are least able to implement fraud prevention programs and, on a comparative basis, least able to absorb the loss.
The forensic accountants at Edelstein & Company are trained to analyze, interpret and report on fraudulent transactions. We have substantial experience with the legal concepts and procedures and work with attorneys, insurance adjusters and others to find solutions should fraud occur. By using the latest data mining and statistical and data analysis software, we are able to investigate all types of fraud schemes.
We can assist your organization with the following:
- Conduct forensic audits
- Calculate damages
- Determine business economic loss and
- Prepare a claims analysis
Our professionals perform other value-added services to determine the loss you may have suffered and assist you in developing a plan for obtaining reparation.
Our Forensic Accounting Team works with attorneys throughout New England for entities in manufacturing, professional services, healthcare, high tech, construction and many other industries. The team is highly regarded for its track record of success, comprehensive and defensible analysis and ability to explain complex concepts in a clear and persuasive manner.