Making the Most of Mediation

Use mediation to move your case forward, even if there is no hope for settlement.  IAG Associate, Steve Scott, shows you how in this article which appeared in the October edition of the Cobb Family Law Quarterly.

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Lost Profits – Part 3: Identification of Saved/Avoided Costs

    This is the final post in a three-part series discussing the calculation of lost profits in a hypothetical scenario seeking economic damages for the alleged violation of a non-competition covenant.  As noted in the prior posts, the three part series will utilize the following fact pattern.   The Best Animal Hospital, Inc. is…

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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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Marty Varon Receives Award From Kennesaw State University

We are very proud to announce that our partner, Marty Varon, was awarded the “2016 Outstanding Part-Time Teaching Award” by Coles College of Business at Kennesaw State University. Each year students vote to determine who will be the recipient of this award. In selecting Marty, the students noted his laid back teaching style, care and…

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IAG By The Numbers

IAG Forensics & Valuation has the experience to serve you, is small enough to care about you, and strives to ADD VALUE to every project. 20,000+  Client Service Hours per year 220+ Combined Years Professional Accounting and Forensic Accounting Experience 100% Forensic Accounting, Business Valuation, & Fraud Investigation Less than $150/hr Average Blended Billing Rate 150+ Cases Testified at Deposition…

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Karen & Laurie to Speak on Fraud

On December 2, 2016, Laurie and Karen will present “If I Had Only Known Then… – A Study of Fraud Schemes, Missing Internal Controls and Resulting Investigations” at the University of Georgia Small Business Development Center at Kennesaw State University’s CPE for CPAs.  Please click here if you are interested in attending this session or…

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Lost Profits – Part 2: Calculation of Lost Revenues

This is the second post in a three part series discussing the calculation of lost profits in a hypothetical scenario seeking economic damages for the alleged violation of a non-competition covenant.  As noted in the prior post, the three part series will utilize the following fact pattern: The Best Animal Hospital, Inc. is a veterinary…

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2016 Financial Topics in Family Law Seminar Recap

If you missed the February 16 seminar, you missed some good stuff!  Presented by the Family Law Section of the Atlanta Bar Association and metro Atlanta forensic accountants and co-chaired by IAG’s own Dan Branch and Ashley Sawyer (Hedgepeth, Heredia & Rieder), the seminar boasted a diverse range of topics. With an eye toward expanding…

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Cobb County Family Law Section Annual CLE Seminar

Don’t miss this year’s Cobb County Family Law Section Annual CLE Seminar on February 26th. This event offers 8 CLE hours and will include Laurie’s presentation on the Child Support Worksheet and Creative Tax Tips. Here is the complete agenda: Family Law Section Cobb Bar CLE Agenda  

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NEXT Magazine

Local family law attorney Randy Kessler has just published the third edition of his online magazine “NEXT”, which addresses issues specific to, you guessed it, divorcing couples.  Topics of features in this edition include toxic relationships. successful co-parenting, definitions of marital vs. non-marital equity, clients’ misconceptions regarding their “day in court,” and successfully dealing with…

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