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ArtikelApplying Forensic Skepticism to Lost Profits Valuations  
Oleh: DiGabriele, James A.
Jenis: Article from Bulletin/Magazine
Dalam koleksi: Journal of Accountancy vol. 209 no. 4 (Apr. 2010), page 32.
Topik: Lost Profits Valuations; Forensic Skepticism; Best Brothers Banquets Inc. (BBB)
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Isi artikelForensic accountants are frequently engaged to review insurance claims for business interruption or lost profits. Owners of privately held companies may inflate loss claims since they have control over the books and records. Business interruption (lost profits) insurance is intended to restore the claimants, not reward them with excess reimbursement. Generally, insurance policies consider the following methodology to quantify a loss: an insured is entitled to net income (loss) plus continuing expenses for the loss period. The objective of the forensic accountant is to prepare the calculation while concurrently searching for potential fraud. This article uses a hypothetical case study to highlight areas that require further examination in determining lost profits.
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