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Forensic Accounting v. Auditing

“Forensic accounting is very different from auditing in that there is no template to use. There are no set rules. You don’t know when you go into a job how it is going to be.”

Lorraine Horton, Kingston, R.I

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“Forensic accounting “is a very competitive field. What is interesting is that you may be a good accountant, but not a good forensic accountant. The training and the way you look at transactions are different.”

Robert J. DiPasquale, Parsippany, N.J.

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“Unlike auditing, lower-level staff often can’t be used for an engagement. They normally will not spot anything out of the ordinary, and an experienced person should be the one testifying as well as doing the investigative work.”

Lorraine Horton, Kingston, R.I.

Source; H.W. Wolosky, “Forensic Accounting to the Forefront,” Practical Accountant, February 2004, pp. 23-28.

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