Accounting is much more than auditing and tax prep.

One of the fastest-growing (and well-paying) areas of accounting is forensic accounting and fraud prevention.

Find out how to use your accounting skills to detect and stop fraud during a free webinar hosted by AccountingFly this Wednesday, Nov. 12, at 2 p.m. EST.

Register your seat here.

Careers in Forensic Accounting and Fraud Prevention

Forensic accounting is poised to see impressive job growth of 15.7% over the next decade, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Accountants and auditors are expected to see job growth of 13% over the same period.

In terms of compensation, forensic accounting careers pay a median salary of $85,000 annually (without a CPE degree) versus the $63,550 median annual salary for accountants and auditors.

Learn more about this exciting area and what a career in forensic accounting is like during a free 60-minute webinar.

When: Wednesday, Nov. 12

Time: 2 p.m. EST / 11 a.m. PST

Cost: FREE!

Reserve your spot. 

Join us as Pete Miller, a shareholder with accounting firm Clark Nuber, of Bellevue, WA, and  an expert in the fraud prevention industry, discusses the detection tools and small- and medium-sized businesses.

In addition to an overview of what forensic accounting is and how the industry is evolving, Pete will detail theories on why fraud happens andd discuss common ways fraud takes place.

Best of all, he’ll talk about some juicy examples of fraud he’s found during his career in forensic accounting.

Got an hour? Sign up for this great webinar.

Don’t have an hour? Register anyway and you’ll get the recording to listen on your own time. Win-win!

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