by Melissa Klein

In the aftermath of Enron and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, it may be the proverbial best and worst of times for accountants. While public company auditors have taken it on the chin, the public’s crisis of confidence and the flailing economy have been a boon to forensic accountants.

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