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Forensic Accountants Can Help Businesses Recover from Hurricanes and Other Disasters

David Anderson is principal of David Anderson & Associates, a Philadelphia forensic accounting firm that provides a full range of forensic accounting services including business valuation, fraud investigation, and fraud deterrence programs in Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley. American businesses large and small suffered a double dose of damage this past month with the back-to-back… Read more »

To Survive a Disaster, Have a Recovery Plan in Place

David Anderson is principal of David Anderson & Associates, a Philadelphia forensic accounting firm that provides a full range of fraud investigation, forensic accounting and marital dissolution services in Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley. Hurricane Matthew, in addition to tragically killing more than 900 people this past week, is believed to have caused between $4… Read more »

Strong Business Planning Can Help You Survive a Disaster

Natural and man-made disasters happen every day.  At some point, somewhere in the world, there is a major fire, flood, storm, sinkhole or other event that can threaten to you put out of business, temporarily or permanently. What would you do if that happened? You certainly have homeowners insurance, auto insurance, health insurance, life insurance… Read more »

Recovering from Disaster with the Help of a Forensic Accounting Expert

Hurricanes.  Tornadoes.  Floods.  Blizzards.  Fires.  When disaster strikes, companies often rely on business interruption insurance to cover lost profits and extra expenses incurred as a result of the catastrophe.  They also often rely on a forensic accounting expert to guide them through the complex process of calculating lost profits and filing the necessary economic damage… Read more »

A Disaster Recovery Plan Can Help your Business Survive a Disaster

Disasters are in the news every day.  Tornadoes.  Hurricanes.  Sinkholes.  Floods.  Fires.  As a matter of practice, you’ve probably insured your home, your business, your health and your very life in the event disaster strikes.  But what do you actually do when the immediate threat has passed?  Do you have a disaster recovery plan in… Read more »