Interpreting Information Is What We Do Best
Interpreting complex financial information requires a special talent. At Schechter Dokken Kanter, we’ve developed a unique forensic accounting and valuation practice that is dedicated to meeting your specific needs. We combine our training as Certified Public Accountants (CPAs), Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs) and Accredited Business Valuators (ABVs) with everyday business experience to identify the critical issues and bring you solutions.
We’re creative and tenacious – not two words you often hear together when it comes to accountants. But then again, we’re not your typical accountants. Practically speaking, we analyze information, provide clear explanations and explain the financial implications surrounding what we find.
Our mission is to ensure you understand the information so you can present the best alternatives for your case. Our full time staff has the depth, experience and technological tools to handle everything, from the small matters to the massive cases that make the news. We know how to evaluate situations and tailor our involvement accordingly.
Specific services in our forensic accounting department include:
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Business Valuations
- Bankruptcy & Insolvency
- Contract Compliance Examinations
- Economic Damage Claims
- Financial Investigations
- Insurance Investigations
- Litigation Consulting & Expert Testimony
- Marital Dissolution
Click below to see the contact information for the entire FAVS team.View Detail
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Roundtable Seminar: Understanding the changes coming to financial statements
As a business owner, you know financial statements are important, but like an Apple watch you only use to tell time, there is so much information packed into financial statements, the resources can be easily overlooked. This seminar will illustrate examples of how business owners can use their financial statements as a decision making tool to positively impact their cash flows and bottom line.View Detail