Cooking the books


What’s the most costly type of white collar crime? Falsified or manipulated financial statements generate a median cost of $975,000 — more than any other type of occupational fraud, according to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Examples include concealed liabilities, fictitious revenues, inflated asset valuations, misleading disclosures and timing differences. Losses from financial statement fraud can quickly snowball out of control. We can help identify red flags, ferret out ongoing schemes and deter would-be fraudsters from cooking your books.

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