Schwalb Consulting operates under the major premise of service at a reasonable cost. It believes that experience and education enables one to complete engagements on a timely basis, and cost efficient.
Morris A. Schwalb, CPA, CFF, CrFA is managing director. Mr. Schwalb has been a practicing Certified Public Accountant for over forty years. Most recently, the American Insitute of Certified Public Accountants approved his Certified in Financial Forensics designation; previously the American College of Forensic Examiners awarded him the Certified Forensic Accountant title. During the course of his career, Morris has handled engagements with clients from the single entity business to Fortune 500 companies. 
Many of those engagements were forensic type.
After graduating from Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania has continued his quest of knowledge to fortify his business experiences. Each year, Morris more than fulfills his Continued Professional Education requirements.
Mr. Schwalb believes in strong professional ties. Therefore, he is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (Accounting and Business Valuation and Forensic & Litigation Services Sections), American Colege of Forensic Examiners, and is an associate member  of Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
Forensic accounting is about numbers. Numbers tell a story to the forensic accountant, just as blood gives that vital clue to the forensic scientist. In accounting, Time, Purpose, and Peremptory are the Forensic Accounting Factors.
    Time: Forensic accounting focuses on the past, but at times it uses the found information to look into the future.
    Purpose: Forensic accounting is performed for a specific legal forum.
    Peremptory: It is the businesses right to be ahead of the problem.

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