Linda Saunders, CFE

Linda Saunders uses her forensic accounting experience for both civil and criminal litigation.

Forensic Accounting Defined...

Forensic Accounting Defined

The Random House College Dictionary defines forensic as “pertaining to, connected with, or used in courts of law or public discussion and debate.” The forensic CPA or fraud investigator analyzes and assesses records and documents with an especially clear focus that information gathered could culminate in a courtroom setting.

Welcome to
Forensic Accounting Consulting

Forensic Accounting Consulting (FAC) and its associates are committed to providing expeditious forensic accounting services to attorneys and clients. Using strong ethical standards, FAC aggressively concentrates on issues that will meet the client’s investigative needs to examine accounting transactions or alleged fraud to ferret out and document the facts of the case.

Exactly what is a Forensic Accountant?

Forensic accounting is investigative accounting for matters that may lead to legal confrontations. FAC’s owner, Linda Saunders, uses her forensic accounting expertise for both civil and criminal litigation.


Whether the work is for matrimonial or partnership disputes, employee embezzlement, or a fraud investigation, Linda, as a forensic CPA and CFE, may testify in court to any of these matters. Testifying is the ultimate culmination of her work as a forensic accountant.

As a life member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Linda Saunders is active in the local Pacific Northwest Chapter/ACFE in Seattle and served as President.

In addition, Linda participates in the Northwest Fraud Investigators Association, the Pacific Northwest License Tax & Fraud Association, the Washington State Society of Certified Public Accountants, the American Society of Women Accountants, and the American Institute of CPAs. She also is an associate member of the Washington Association of Legal Investigators. Linda frequently speaks at gatherings of many of these organizations on topics such as fraud prevention and investigation techniques.

To get to know Linda and learn a little about her life and background, read WSCPA’s profile on Linda Saunders.