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71. Divorce Money Guide with Tracy Coenen, CPA, CFF, MAFF The Investigation Game

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Forensic accounting services are a necessary and valuable part of a divorce case - especially when it comes to property settlements. However, many divorce matters need a forensic accounting expert but cannot afford one. Tracy Coenen has been working with clients of divorce matters for over 20 years to find hidden assets and uncover understated income. Now, she is taking her expertise and experience to the next level and making it available to the general public in the Divorce Money Guide. Divorce Money Guide provides the exact action steps to uncover hidden financial fraud in a divorce matter. It’s designed to offer clients peace of mind and detailed instruction of everything they need to figure out what's rightfully theirs.Tracy is known as a no nonsense forensic accountant who delivers the “real deal” to her clients. Let’s face it: When your money is on the line, there is zero time to dance around an issue. Her passion lies in helping people find answers. Answers to questions like “Where did our money go?”After years of watching those who couldn’t justify the cost of a forensic accountant lose thousands of dollars in their divorces, Tracy knew she had to create a solution. That’s why she put her heart into creating the Divorce Money Guide.Tracy works as a forensic accountant through her firm, Sequence Inc. Forensic Accounting. She has been doing fraud investigations for more than 25 years, and is a CPA (Certified Public Accountant), CFF (Certified in Financial Forensics), and MAFF (Master Analyst in Financial Forensics). Tracy testifies as an expert witness around the country.RESOURCES AVAILABLE FROM WORKMAN FORENSICS Order Leah's new book Data Sleuth on Amazon!CONNECT WITH TRACY COENEN LinkedIn: Tracy Coenen Website: www.divorcemoneyguide.comCONNECT WITH WORKMAN FORENSICS Youtube: @WorkmanForensics Facebook: @wforensics Twitter: @wforensics Instagram: @wforensics LinkedIn: @workmanforensics Subscribe and listen to this and more episodes of The Investigation Game on Apple Podcasts, Android, or anywhere you listen.

Forensic accounting services are a necessary and valuable part of a divorce case - especially when it comes to property settlements. However, many divorce matters need a forensic accounting expert but cannot afford one. Tracy Coenen has been working with clients of divorce matters for over 20 years to find hidden assets and uncover understated income. Now, she is taking her expertise and experience to the next level and making it available to the general public in the Divorce Money Guide. Divorce Money Guide provides the exact action steps to uncover hidden financial fraud in a divorce matter. It’s designed to offer clients peace of mind and detailed instruction of everything they need to figure out what's rightfully theirs.Tracy is known as a no nonsense forensic accountant who delivers the “real deal” to her clients. Let’s face it: When your money is on the line, there is zero time to dance around an issue. Her passion lies in helping people find answers. Answers to questions like “Where did our money go?”After years of watching those who couldn’t justify the cost of a forensic accountant lose thousands of dollars in their divorces, Tracy knew she had to create a solution. That’s why she put her heart into creating the Divorce Money Guide.Tracy works as a forensic accountant through her firm, Sequence Inc. Forensic Accounting. She has been doing fraud investigations for more than 25 years, and is a CPA (Certified Public Accountant), CFF (Certified in Financial Forensics), and MAFF (Master Analyst in Financial Forensics). Tracy testifies as an expert witness around the country.RESOURCES AVAILABLE FROM WORKMAN FORENSICS Order Leah's new book Data Sleuth on Amazon!CONNECT WITH TRACY COENEN LinkedIn: Tracy Coenen Website: www.divorcemoneyguide.comCONNECT WITH WORKMAN FORENSICS Youtube: @WorkmanForensics Facebook: @wforensics Twitter: @wforensics Instagram: @wforensics LinkedIn: @workmanforensics Subscribe and listen to this and more episodes of The Investigation Game on Apple Podcasts, Android, or anywhere you listen.

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