Fraud

What’s your fraud IQ?

Do you know what steps your organization should take to guard against bribery and corruption schemes? Test your knowledge in this month’s Fraud IQ quiz.

What's your fraud IQ?

How well do you know how to develop an employee handbook that lays the foundation for effective fraud-reduction efforts? Test your knowledge in this month’s quiz.

Andrew Mintzer, CPA/CFF, CGMA

Andrew Mintzer, CPA/CFF, CGMA, a principal in the forensic and financial accounting services group at Hemming Morse LLP in Los Angeles, says auditors may detect material misstatements caused by fraud if they keep asking questions when they find that things don’t look right.

What's your fraud IQ?

All organizations issue payments for expenditures, whether inventory purchases, repairs and maintenance expenses, utilities, or contract services. How well do you know the warning signs and preventive strategies for check and electronic payment tampering? Test your knowledge in this month’s interactive quiz.

What’s your fraud IQ?

How well do you know the characteristics and red flags for travel and entertainment (T&E) expense reimbursement fraud? Test your knowledge in this month’s Fraud IQ quiz.

Highlights of fraud research

This review of recent fraud research covers such topics as auditor skepticism toward earnings reports, the effect of lawsuits on audit quality, the influence of incentives on whistleblowing, and more.

CPAs: Criminal-pursuing agents

For most CPAs, a lunch with clients is hardly a life-threatening experience. It’s different when you’re an undercover FBI agent posing as an accountant whose clients are mob bosses.

SPONSORED REPORT

Keeping client information safe in an age of scams and security threats

A look at the Dirty Dozen tax scams and ways to protect taxpayer information.

TAX PRACTICE CORNER

More R&D tax help

"Can I use the R&D credit?" PATH Act enhancements make the credit more attractive to a wider range of taxpayers.

QUIZ

Learn to choose between ‘who’ and ‘whom’

Writers can stumble over who and whom (or whoever and whomever). If you write for business, this quiz can help make your copy above reproach.