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Public Signs: The Start Of A Trend For Consequences?

Day after day, people choose to break the law, and there simply are not enough resources available to address the growing frequency of crimes.  Naturally the resources are directed towards the most serious offenses, such as homicides, assaults, sexual assaults… Read More »

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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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Another Case of Irony (steal from the poor to get rich)

A case of reverse Robin Hood – steal from the poor to become rich. “Kentucky woman pleads guilty to embezzling from Little Sisters of the Poor, Facing Prison Time.” “A former bookkeeper for the Little Sisters of the Poor pleaded… Read More »

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Santa Wasn't The Only One Busy Christmas Eve: Embezzlement

Embezzlements occur throughout the year, and Christmas season is no exception.  In fact, in my experience the rate of theft and embezzlement is greater in the November and December time period, commonly with the illicit proceeds used to fund holiday… Read More »

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