Welcome to the Blog of Ron J. Anfuso, CPA/ABV, An Accountancy Corporation

Welcome to the blog of Ron J. Anfuso, CPA/ABV, An Accountancy Corporation. Our blog serves as an adjunct to our website (www.anfusocpa.com). On this blog, you will discover valuable information about our practice, as well as general guidance concerning Forensic Accounting for Family Law. You will also find a copy of our most recent newsletter,…

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What Family Law Attorneys Need to Know about Analyzing and Dissecting Tax Returns

By Ron J.  Anfuso, CPA, ABV, CFF, CDFA, FABFA Family law practitioners need to be familiar with the numerous types of income tax returns that are essential for financial analysis relevant to several issues in dissolution of marriage cases.  These include matters such as child support, spousal support, division of property, tracing, and Family Code…

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People versus Sanchez: Hearsay and Case-Specific Statement Considerations in Expert Testimony

People versus Sanchez was a criminal case concerning gang-related crimes.  The case addressed a vital issue related to the validity of expert testimony, which was whether the prosecution’s expert’s description of the defendant’s past contacts with police should have been considered hearsay based on the expert never having met the defendant, nor having been present…

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To Keep or Sell the Family Home: How Financial Projections Facilitate the Choice

Background During the divorce process of Fred and Vivian Andersen, Ron Anfuso advised Vivian’s attorney it would be in her best interest to receive counseling from Evan Miller, a Certified Financial Planner® (CFP), who is also a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA®).  Evan and his associate Kathy Costas, CDFA®, specialize in helping coordinate the financial…

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