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A Guide To Identifying White Collar Employee Fraud Risks

Posted on January 23, 2018

You can call it psychology or human nature. When some managers or employees are exposed to certain conditions, the odds go up that…

Establishing and Maintaining Effective Internal Controls

Posted on January 15, 2018

Your company needs an effective internal control environment to prevent losses from mismanagement, theft, fraud, corruption, and…

Two Common Types of Fraud

Posted on January 10, 2018

Many financial frauds and deceptions fall into two basic categories: "If employees perceive their company's fraud controls to be…

Invoice Fraud

Posted on December 15, 2017

When a supervisor with Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway stumbled upon a way to submit fraudulent invoices to his employer, he…

Fight Internal Fraud With 8 Precautions

Posted on December 07, 2017

When you read in the paper that a "trusted employee" has been charged with embezzlement, it can be shocking. But then, of course,…

Check Those Checks Closely

Posted on November 15, 2017

You might think that check fraud is on the decline with the increase use of debit cards, electronic funds transfers and other high…

Accounts Receivable Fraud

Posted on November 08, 2017

The sale has been made, the customer has paid, yet the company receives no revenue. How can this happen? How Fraud is Often…

8 Ways To Prevent Expense Account Fraud

Posted on October 30, 2017

Your employees may be cheating your company by turning in bogus expense reports. While each of these transactions may be small,…

Utility Bills Can Unlock Secrets

Posted on October 19, 2017

During legal proceedings, such as a divorce or bankruptcy, it's often necessary to uncover money by conducting a financial…

Small Businesses Can Face Big Fraud Losses

Posted on October 17, 2017

Many people think small businesses are less susceptible to fraud than large corporations. That might seem like a reasonable…

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