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Judges and attorneys are consistently looking for top notch CPA experts for their divorce cases. Author Kalman Barson presents a thorough book based on his decades of experience as a CPA specializing in divorce. This expert guide poses questions you may not have considered on topics such as
This book features chapters on hot topics such as data forensics, so you can take advantage of the trace evidence that all data exchanges leave behind. A chapter also covers some of the tax ramifications of civil unions and same-sex marriages.
Bonus practice aids include comprehensive checklists on valuation of medical, legal, and accounting practices and a personal budget form for clients who need help managing their finances.
Author Royalties Donated to Charities
The author is donating 100% of the royalties from the sale of this publication to charities that work to improve women's and children’s health and wellbeing.
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About the Author
Kalman Barson has extensive financial litigation experience in forensic accounting and business valuation, covering matters such as divorce, shareholder suits, partnership dissolutions, business interruption claims, and fraud and embezzlement. He has investigated the financial operations of an extremely varied range of businesses including wholesale, distribution, construction, manufacturing, and professional service sectors. These investigations and valuations have included complex multi-entity cases, minority stockholder suits, insurance losses, and funds flow tracing. Barson is a frequent lecturer and instructor for organizations including state societies, legal associations, and the AICPA.