This article discusses how accountants can spot the telltale sings that increasingly mainstream virtual currencies are being used to squirrel away illicit funds.
Accountants can play a role in making sure the money set aside to help small business goes to the right places.
Look out for these telltale signs that a co-owner is misusing the business’s funds.
CPAs can help thwart bad actors from cashing in on seniors during the global pandemic.
CPAs can spread the word on the newest version of a longtime fraud ploy.
Accountants can remind clients of bad actors who pop up in times of crisis.
Coronavirus is an opportunity for fraudsters to take advantage of fear and confusion. Elizabeth Woodward, CPA/CFF, and Howard Silverstone, CPA/CFF, discuss how accountants can identify and prevent coronavirus-related fraud.
Have you seen potential scams or fraud related to the COVID-19 pandemic? Here’s how to report possible crimes.
Health care fraud is an important and complicated challenge for clients. CPAs can be instrumental in helping clients detect, report, and prevent health care fraud.
Are you effectively preparing your employees to guard against cyberfraud? Take this month’s quiz and find out.
How prepared are you to conduct a fraud risk assessment? Take this month’s Fraud IQ quiz and find out.
Fraud and forensics expert Roger Darvall-Stevens explores emerging global fraud trends and what finance professionals and accountants can do to protect themselves and their firms.
Examining the key financial accounts and expense categories flagged in SEC enforcement actions can help companies reduce fraud risks.
A new type of scam is snaring unwitting victims into money laundering schemes. Accountants are in a unique position to spot the early warning signs.
Do you know how to use publicly available documents to uncover fraud? Take this month’s Fraud IQ quiz and find out.
The AICPA issued new professional standards for members who perform forensic accounting services engagements.
Sheryl Madden, CPA, CGMA, the deputy CFO and controller at The Kresge Foundation in Troy, Mich., says that effective leaders focus on serving others and encouraging them to set goals that bring about positive change.
What’s at the heart of fraud incidents? Opportunity is one angle, but so is rationalization, according to a university professor who has studied fraud through documentary filmmaking.
How good are you at spotting red flags that may indicate fraud in a small business? Take this month’s Fraud IQ quiz and find out.
Fraud prevention doesn’t need to be complex. In fact, a few simple steps can help organizations of any size be better at fighting fraud.