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How do you position yourself to serve as a court appointed receiver? My effort is going to relaunching my website with an emphasis on forensic accounting and certified fraud examination while attempting to get the attention of the decision makers.

  • Establish Insolvency Date to Prevent Preference Payments in Bankruptcy

    September 7, 2019 by

    An unscrupulous debtor will often delay his bankruptcy filing until after he pays friends, relatives and close associates what he owes them while leaving other creditors unpaid. Normally, the bankruptcy filing presumes the date of insolvency as the date of the bankruptcy filing and any payments made up to 90 days prior to the bankruptcy… Read more

  • Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 Tax Tips

    December 17, 2019 by

    A chapter 7 or Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing does not absolve the filer from filing a personal income tax return. At the date of the bankruptcy filing a bankruptcy estate is created. At this point, the individual must file a personal tax return for his personal income before and after the bankruptcy estate is created… Read more

  • Don’t Sleep on Blockchain Possibilities

    November 8, 2019 by

    When we hear “Blockchain” most of us think bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. It has much greater potential applications than that. A good definition is “an incorruptible digital ledger of economic transactions that can be programmed to record not just financial transactions but virtually anything of value”. The software technology has not caught up with the… Read more

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How big is the forensic accounting and certified fraud examination market for modest sized businesses and estates. This is an underserved market. That is if there is no experienced forensic accountant or certified fraud examiner readily available to the business owner, attorney or executor they will do without.


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