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Jeff
Atlanta, GA
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I appreciate your comments, Rob. Thank-you for following Forensic Accounting Today!
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"Niche+ for CPA Firms" is a brand-new blog established to help small and mid-sized CPA firms increase revenues and profits from their existing (and new) clients and referral sources in "non-traditional" practice areas and in "niche-industries." My firm, JE Moore Accountants and Consultants, has operated for over 25 years...essentially as... Continue reading
Posted Nov 15, 2011 at Niche+ for CPA Firms
Just finished Scott's book. I highly recommend it for anyone interested in forensic accounting, corporate investigations, and business and law in general. There are many practical lessons to be learned from this exciting, realistic story!
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Take a look at this link for the subjects/topics/content covered in the CFF exam: https://extranet.aicpa.org/sites/SpecializedCommittees/champ/CFF%20Champion%20Toolkit/CFF%20CSO.pdf
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CPA Websites, by all means please do mention the event on the www.progressiveaccountant.com website. Thank-you for bringing your site to my attention and for inviting me to post this and future GSCPA events thereon.
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Wes, I hope you will be able to make the trip and attend the conference. It's going to be a fantastic program. I'll look forward to seeing you there. Take care!
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Darcy, I've not kept tabs recently on this case, but here's a link that will provide an update as of 3/4/10: http://www2.wsav.com/news/2010/mar/04/two_years_later_john_and_liz_calvert_case-ar-125511/. Jeff
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Accounting clssses...My talks are typically presented to organizational groups that invite me to speak. At some point in the future I may offer something for the general public. If you might be interested in having me give a session for your classes or other groups, just let me know. Thanks for reading my blog...and for taking the time to provide your comment! Jeff
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Tessa...I appreciate you reading my blog and want to thank you for taking the time to post your comment. I'll take a more detailed look at your blog very soon. Jeff
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Mar 15, 2010
Imperial Accounting Solutions, I appreciate your compliments and want to thank you for following my blog! Jeff
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Dear Dallas CPA, Thank you for your encouraging and complimentary words...and for taking the time to write them. The ACFE is indeed the best route to take for specializing in the fraud field. Let me know if you have any questions as you move forward. Have a great year in 2010! Jeff
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Quickbooks is an excellent product. I agree that it can be a great tool in accumulating, summarizing, analyzing, and presenting financial data used in litigation...as well as for basic managerial accounting and financial management.
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Jeff is now following Mena Trott
Nov 18, 2009
I appreciate your encouraging words. Thanks for your readership!
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VBP, I often wonder the same thing. In these Ponzi schemes, the fraudster preys on investors he/she has tricked into trusting them, even when unreasonable return rates are promised. The perpetrators of these crimes are basicly greedy and unethical. I wouldn't call them masterminds. Instead, they are foolish and shortsighted, since their schemes will almost always come crashing down on them in due time. Thanks for your readership and your comments! Jeff
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Ken - I appreciate your comments...and your readership of my blog! I've yet to read all of Keough's book but plan to in '09. Here's a link to 13 amazon.com reviews of the book: http://www.amazon.com/review/product/1591842344/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?%5Fencoding=UTF8&showViewpoints=1 Thanks again, Jeff
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Shane...I appreciate your encouraging comments. Thus far, I've been able to build and maintain a pretty strong network of independent accountants and consultants and have successfully utilized a number of them on client projects. Thanks again, Jeff
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