Boost Your Bottom Line: Reduce Internal Fraud, Theft & Abuse
Internal fraud, theft and abuse is a hidden cost, until your client or your company, non-profit or government entity can't pay its bills.
This event may be a rebroadcast of a live event and the instructor will be available to answer your questions during the event.
Fraud cases and topics we'll cover:
- VA manager steals more than $60,000 of benefits
- HVAC controller steals $1.2 million
- Controller buys over $200,000 on private company credit card
- Financial aid officer uses students to steal $300,000 from a top 10 university
- Third employee in a year caught stealing from government employer
- How a trusted minister stole more than $300,000
- CPA firm specializing in union audits shuts down after partners go to prison
- Accountant sentenced to 5 years for $3.1 million theft
- Sorority and Fraternity director sentenced for theft in office
- Why we think it's OK to cheat and steal (sometimes)
- Sports marketing agent uses non-profit to commit fraud
- County employee trades cash for water taps
- Why it took 3 years to bust the trusted volunteer treasurer who nearly bankrupted sports club
- How a college cashier stole more than $500,000
- Red flags of internal fraud, theft and abuse
- Simple low cost controls that work in SMEs to minimize internal fraud
- Which departments are the highest risk of internal fraud
- How internal fraud can risk bank fraud
Attend to learn:
- How to spot the non-financial red flags of fraud
- How internal thieves rationalize their theft
- How to protect your clients and your entity
- How to deal with the attitude of "Controls cost too much."
Small business owners, nonprofit executives, government officials, CPAs, tax professionals, bankers, executives, internal auditors, controllers, CFOs, attorneys, compliance officers, risk managers
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Applicable if you are a HSCPA member in good standing.
Applicable if you are not a HSCPA member.