Forensic accountants are also known as fraud investigators because they examine financial records and data to look for suspicious activity. Forensic accountants then use the data as evidence in a crime case. They are usually employed by public accounting firms, law enforcement agencies or insurance companies.
Min. Degree Required
Bachelor's (4-year college)
Organized, Punctual, Dedicated
Communicative, Analytical, Problem Solver, Accountant and Math Background