ACCTG 375G Construction Claims
Forensic accountants are often engaged to compute, or refute, damages in construction claims. This course will provide practical guidelines for the calculation and preparation of construction claim damages. Covers the general method used to calculate damages, such as actual cost, estimated cost, total cost or modified total cost. Also covers the varying types of damages, such as labor productivity losses, materials costs, home office and jobsite overhead, interest and liquidated damages. Based on real-world case studies and textbook readings. Prerequisite(s): ACCTG 372 or consent of the dean.
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