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A Solvency Opinion: How To Keep Debtors Honest

It can be stressful when you don’t know if your business will receive what a liquidating creditor owes it. Liquidating companies come by their financially distressed situations honestly, in most

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What January Means For Retailers: Return Fraud

‘Return season,’ is here for many retailers. For them, a new year means customers returning unwanted holiday gifts for refunds or exchanges. Return season can be overwhelming for businesses if,

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Find Out What Job Candidates Might Be Hiding

Reference checking company, Checkster, reports that 78% of job candidates misrepresent (or have considered misrepresenting) themselves during the hiring process.  In addition, ResumeLab, a career advice company, found that 56%

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When A Valuation Professional Finds Fraud

Imagine you’ve got your eye on a business that seems like an attractive investment or acquisition target. It boasts strong earnings, competitive growth estimates, and a clean balance sheet. But

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Preventing ‘Privileged User’ Fraud & Abuse

In most companies, employees need a user identity to access work-related hardware and software. Privileges to use certain applications or open certain files usually are provided to workers based on

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FAQs: Common Fraud Risks & Prevention Tips

By: Travis Walker, CPA,ABV & Mike Nelson, CPA, CFEPublished: September/October 2022 Issue of The Missouri Municipal Review It is commonly said, to fix a problem, one first needs to identify