When people hear the term “forensic science,” they usually think “CSI.” What comes to mind when you hear the term “forensic accounting”?
To prevent occupational fraud from cutting into your auto dealership’s profits and generating negative publicity, you need a strong internal controls system.
In its 2018 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) reported that owners and executives accounted fo
News of commercial database hackings may seem commonplace in 2019.
It should come as no surprise that cash is the most popular target of fraud perpetrators. After all, once stolen, cash itself is virtually untraceable.
Because they foster a collegial, trusting environment, law firms can be more vulnerable to fraud than many other types of businesses.
Buying a home is stressful enough without also having to worry about potential fraud. Unfortunately, real estate fraud is surging.
For brick-and-mortar retailers, return fraud can be a serious financial threat. There are several types of schemes.
Your board’s audit committee is a first line of defense against fraud.