Unformatted text preview: e insurance. Education programs. Payroll taxes (FICA taxes, federal and state Payroll unemployment taxes, workers’ compensation taxes). taxes). You cannot “double count” damage costs You Chapter 12 Forensic and Investigative Accounting 15 Measuring Damages for Measuring Household Services Household When a person is injured or killed, it may be When logical to assess the amount of lost household services servic
– What amount of services did the person in question What provide before the event that caused the loss? provide – What amount of services can the person in question What provide after the event? What percent of services was lost? lost? – What is the “value” of the lost services? Chapter 12 Forensic and Investigative Accounting 16 Examples of Job-Related Costs
Job-related costs need to be deducted form the Job-related Damage estimate. Job-related costs are costs that employees incur as the result of their employment. Some examples include: Some Cost of commuting to work. Union dues. Professional fees. Job-related clothing costs. Chapter 12 Forensic and Investigative Accounting 17 Thoughts About Testifying in and Economic Damages Case Economic
Be accurate and complete Know the facts about the case well “Prepare” your own cross examination To the extent that it makes sense show that To your analysis in conservative your Be truthful Chapter 12 Forensic and Investigative Accounting 18...
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