Potential Challenges To Opposing Expert’s Valuation Report-Income Approach (Part 1 of 3)

Pursuant to the Statement on Standards for Valuation Services #1 issued by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the Internal Revenue Service Revenue Ruling 59-60,  1959-1 CB 237, and Miller v. Miller, 705 S.E.2d 839 (2010) “In developing the valuation, the valuation analyst should consider the three most common valuation approaches: Income (Income-based)…

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Expense Report and Purchasing Fraud

This is the third installment in a series of articles describing various ways in which fraudsters are able to “game the system” at your company’s expense. In this installment, we explore different expense reporting fraud schemes that we have encountered in the course of our investigations. The purpose of having employees submit expense reports for…

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Factors That Affect Equitable Distribution of Business Interests

Halpern Case Revisited By: Maty Varon One of the landmark cases in Georgia Family Law is Halpern v. Halpern, 352 SE 2nd, 753.  The case analyzes if the increase in value in an entity was caused by market forces (passive) or marital efforts (active participation).  The answer to this question dictates the extent to which…

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A Successful Day of Learning in Cobb!

Sean Ditzel, President of the Family Law Section of the Cobb County Bar Association, recently hosted an almost standing room only all-day CLE event. The large crowd heard from many attorneys and experts in the family law field.  Included in the experts, IAG’s own Dan Branch provided hot tips for countering potential strategic arguments that…

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Forensic Accounting in Divorce by The New York Times

Even if you don’t have hundreds of millions in assets to go missing, this article can teach you a lot about how money can be hidden.  Learn some of the dark sides of the global offshore financial system that people can use to hide assets in this financial sleuthing article written by The New York…

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Erica Sandberg Discusses Compulsive Spending By A Spouse

Erica Sandberg, a personal finance author, answers a question about compulsive spousal spending and how to deal with it. In her article she details different steps one might want to take if you find yourself in that situation and even gets input from Atlanta divorce attorney, and friend, Randy Kessler. Click here to see what she…

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Personal Use of Corporate Funds – Credit Card Fraud

How many different ways are there to commit fraud in a small business?  The possibilities, unfortunately, can be endless when owners and management do not have solid internal controls in place or the willingness to acknowledge that “it could happen to me.”  This will be the first installment of several to explore the various fraud…

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IAG’s Team Concept Brings Value To Every Case

Our goal is to add VALUE to every case. What that means to us is that we must bring talents and skills that others involved in the case do not have, use those talents and skills to move the case forward, and work efficiently and cost-effectively.  We have assembled a team of folks at IAG…

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