John C Rogers, MT, CPA

Master of Laws in Taxation (LLM), University of Denver, Sturm College of Law (2005)

Colorado 23210
North Carolina T12129
Florida AC39887

     John has worked in both the tax and audit departments for many firms throughout the US as both an employee and as an independent contractor.
     He worked in a Denver, CO based law firm that specialized in litigating IRS tax controversy cases in the Federal Courts, analyzing cases and arguing against the IRS experts.
     He has performed business valuations for litigation purposes both as an independent expert and as an employee working for large CPA firms in the States of Florida, Colorado and Nevada. He is skilled at legal research and has submitted expert financial reports to the Federal Courts under Rule 26(a)(2) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
     He enjoys conducting fraud audits, of which he has used data extraction software, logarithmic projection analysis, and regression analysis to detect and substantiate fraud in the financial records of businesses, relating to inventory, cost of goods reported as sold, and other company assets. The restaurant and manufacturing industries are particulary sensitive to this type of analysis, whereby graphing the trends often identifies the specific week or month new employees were hired or some other incident that occurred lending accountability to loss of profits.