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Forensic specialist has high-powered resume
January 2, 2008, The Post and Courier by Bo Petersen
Ron Wise is one of the auditors investigating the Dorchester County Sheriff's office, part of a four-man Rachlin Cohen & Holtz forensics team with more than a century of combined experience tackling organized and white collar crime for the Internal Revenue Service.
How good are these guys? One team member developed IRS computer programs to strip information from financial records and analyze it.
Wise, the man on site for the probe, once held top secret federal clearance. As an IRS investigator he has worked with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Customs and the Drug Enforcement Administration. He is a quiet man with a smile as keen as a shark. He was already a criminal investigator when he joined the South Florida office to work on drug money laundering and other international cases.
120 years of IRS experience - Auditing firm uncovered wrongdoing in sheriff's office
December 27, 2007, The Journal Scene
The group all knew or worked with each other at the IRS, but since then, two things have changed. They don't carry guns or badges anymore. One thing has remained constant though: their work on a case when the financial figures don't add up.
"We bring something different to the table than CPA firms," Wise says.
They specialize in forensic audits and have the law enforcement background as well, he says.
"When I do an audit, I interview key officials, see how the system is supposed to work and then look at the holes. Once I understand the system, the one thing I ask is can all the revenue be accounted for?" Wise said.