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ACC107 – Investigative Accounting in Divorce

Course and test $ 230.00
Additional Hard Copy Test $  90.00
Additional Online Test $  90.00
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CPE Credit Hours: 30

Field of Study: Accounting

Investigative Accounting in Divorce provides a solid grounding in every aspect of investigative accounting services in divorce proceedings. It provides a broad overview of the process of evaluating the true financial worth and cash flow of parties in a divorce while also discussing the working relationship between the accountant and the attorney. In addition, it offers divorce accountants detailed coverage of all the most important methods and approaches to the distribution of property and the determination of financial support.

Also included are tips on valuation of both client and adversarial assets and on writing valuation reports. All the information divorce accountants need in order to execute their duties is provided including guidance on trial and pretrial negotiations, dealing with clients, documents and documentation, economic and tax issues, balance sheets, expenses and fees, alimony and support, and post-divorce services.

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This is a self-study CPE course.
Program level: Basic
Prerequisites: None
Advanced Preparation: None Required
Minimum Final Examination Passing Grade: 70%
Maximum Time Allowed To Complete Program: One Year From Date Of Purchase