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Is “Trust” a consideration in designing and implementing internal controls?

When I am working on evaluating, designing and implementing internal controls and accounting procedures within client organizations to minimize the risk of employee theft and embezzlement, I am frequently asked why certain measures are needed, given that a certain individual… Read More »

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Consequences Have Value – but only if they are preceived and imposed

In studying why embezzlements and similar crimes seem to be growing in both size and frequency, I have been looking for other societal indicators to see if the problem is bigger than simply thieving individuals rationalizing their thefts. One indicator… Read More »

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In the news…

An article appeared today written by David Katz of CFO Magazine that features an interview he had with me regarding the state of the union on employee embezzlements. Complacency seems to have settled in within some organizations who had well… Read More »

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