Show Me the Money: Indirect Methods of Determining Income

  • Jul 30, 2024 10:00 a.m.
  • Central Time (CT)
Course Level
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100 minutes
Show Me the Money: Indirect Methods of Determining Income


Determining whether all income has been accurately and truthfully disclosed in divorces and other litigations can require using indirect methods to reconstruct and calculate a person’s true income. 

In this session, you will explore various indirect methods of proving income such as source and application of funds, cash transaction (Cash-T) and bank deposit analysis. You will also learn when and how to deploy each method for specific challenges you may face. Additionally, you will review key concepts such as developing sources of cash available, determining cash on hand, the effect of cash businesses and the problem of co-mingling funds. 


Possess a basic knowledge of accounting, possess the ability to review and reconcile bank statements, possess the ability to review entries on a tax return, possess the ability to review balance sheets, possess an ability draw a conclusion from financial facts revealed.

You Will Learn How To:

Deploy indirect methods of proving income and their effect on case litigation.

Calculate a simple indirect method of proof.

Navigate considerations such as sources of cash, cash on hand and cash businesses.

CPE Information

CPE Credit: 2
Advanced Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

Credit by Field of Study

Accounting: 2

Registration & Fees

Registration Fee:
Members: $110
Non-Members: $150


 Jo-Ann Weiner - Speaker

Jo-Ann Weiner Speaker Headshot

J.L. Weiner and Associates, LLC


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