Certified Public Accountant (CPA)

California Board of AccountancyBehind the scenes of nearly every business is the accountant, quietly ‘crunching numbers’ to create and maintain financial records, assuring all required taxes are paid by federal and state deadlines and overseeing the efficient use of funds.

As an accountant you may work with individuals and large corporations alike, preparing, explaining and verifying financial paperwork, helping consumers plan budgets and making suggestions for future investments. And if you are a certified public accountant, you have worked hard to earn advanced certifications, enabling you to expertly handle and help to protect your clients’ assets.

The role of the forensic accountant has often been featured in Hollywood movies. Sometimes the results of some of their findings regularly create headlines involving the investigation of white-collar crimes – crimes such as embezzlement, fraud, and money laundering. If you are this type of accountant, we know that you often work In tandem with law enforcement officers to uncover financial wrongdoing. You can be called as an expert witness during trials in the process, your black-and-white findings sometimes making the difference between acquittal and prosecution.

As an accountant, you are an educated professional. Each and every day, you are called upon to guard some of the most private financial details of an individual, small business or large corporation. The numbers you calculate must be both accurate and eminently defensible, which is why your license, issued by the Department of Consumer Affairs’ Board of Accountancy, can become vulnerable to charges and accusations by both private and public entities. Don’t leave your California accountant’s license unguarded should this occur. Call Rose Law at (800) 456-3767 to speak to a board of accountancy license defense attorney today about the investigation or accusation against you.

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