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Forensic Accountant

A forensic accountant performs investigative accounting and litigation support. For this reason, to be a forensic accountant requires both accounting and investigating skills. They analyse and interpret financial evidence and are often called upon to present this evidence in a clear manner to others in regard to current and pending legal cases. This may involve simply providing documented proof of financial misdeeds, or acting as an expert witness in a court of law. The skills possessed by a forensic accountant enable them to find employment in a wide range of settings from banks or insurance companies, to government agencies or police departments.

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