Forensic Accounting | Business Valuation | Litigation Support

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Providing business valuation & forensic accounting services for clients across the United States

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Delivering Specialized Expertise in Critical Matters.

Westbay CPAs (formerly Harper Forensic CPAs) | Providing specialized services in business valuation, forensic accounting, business consulting, and litigation support.  Through our commitment to continuing education and to best serve our clients, we have professionals holding the following credentials: Certified Public Accountant through the AICPA | Accredited in Business Valuation through the AICPA | Personal Financial Specialist through the AICPA |  Certified in Financial Forensics through the AICPA | Certified Business Appraiser through the IBA | Certified Valuation Analyst through NACVA | Certified Fraud Examiner through ACFE | Financial Neutral – Advanced Training in Collaborative Process through the IACP.

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Claims for Damages | Forensic accountants assist insurance companies and impacted businesses and individuals with compiling, organizing, and analyzing data to present information that assists them in establishing accurate fact patterns.

Please visit our article How Can Forensic Accountants Assist in Determining Damages

“Unbundled” Services

Offering our clients more options and greater flexibility through our “unbundled” services approach.

Westbay CPAs serves clients in Tampa, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, New Port Richey, Dade City, Bradenton, and Sarasota, throughout Pinellas, Hillsborough, and Pasco counties and the greater Tampa Bay area, as well as clients throughout Florida and the United States.

Our website is designed to be a resource for those looking to learn more about forensic accounting, business valuation, current tax issues, employee compensation and benefit plans, or other financial issues regarding divorce law, estate planning, business transactions, tax planning, shareholder disputes, economic damages, criminal investigations and more. Learn more about the topics that concern you by visiting our article library.