Financial Forensics

Forensic Accounting CPAs

Forensic accounting represents a relatively new yet incredibly important field of CPA work in which Haynie & Company has led the charge for decades. U.S. organizations lose an estimated 5% of their Annual Revenue to Fraud each year. This is represents billions of dollars a year in fraud losses. For a number of reasons, small businesses and organizations have considerably greater vulnerability to occupational fraud because of lower quality accounting records, failure of management to delegate responsibility, and a lack of internal controls. Our CPAs can serve as one of your best allies in fraud loss detection and prevention.


Haynie & Company is a trusted CPA Firm with extensive forensic accounting experience. Our team of Certified Public Accountants provide forensic examinations, fraud prevention, litigation support, and expert witness testimony to businesses and attorneys throughout the United States.



When we think of forensics, most of us think of investigations, especially those related to criminal behavior. But financial forensics goes past that. Haynie & Company’s CPAs can provide:



  • Financial Investigations
  • Analysis Of Records
  • Fraud Detection
  • Fraud Prevention
  • Internal Control System Implementation
  • Control System Monitoring
  • Anti Fraud System Implementation



  • Expert Witness Reports and Testimony of Accounting, Financial, and Tax Matters
  • Economic Damages Calculation, Reports and Evaluation
  • Wrongful Termination and Employment Claims
  • Probate Matters – Accountings, Disputes
  • Lost wages and lost profits analysis for wrongful death cases
  • Marital Dissolution – Valuations of Closely Held Business Interests
  • Shareholder/Stakeholder Disputes

Contact Haynie & Company for Forensic Accounting & Litigation Support


These are just a few broad examples of how Haynie & Company can help your business overcome financial obstacles. Our CPAs specializing in financial forensics have helped countless businesses better understand the nature of their finances and how they can approach resolutions and improvement.

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