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Girl Scout cookies, Cub Scout popcorn, and Boy Scout grinders

What do these all programs have in common? They are all major fundraisers, as well as major sources of funds. All three programs generate significant cash sales each year at the local, state and national levels. Handling and tracking the… Read More »

Sweet Justice – One for the Good Guys

Convicted con Barry Webne turned fraud prevention expert – I don’t think so. I met this ex-con a year ago when he was addressing a seminar I attended. I was offended that he, like so many other ex-cons, was provided… Read More »

Wallpaper and Screen savers

The power of observation – you can tell a lot about someone by their desktop wallpaper, screen savers and cell ring tones – you just have to be observant. My son has done a really good job finding crystal clear… Read More »

The warnings are not working!

When will businesses, organizations, municipalities and any other entities with employees take notice regarding employee embezzlement? All the warnings that have been provided to employers in the past few years about preventing employee embezzlement are not working.

Do we set realistic schedules?

You can’t rush a good bread. How realistic are the schedules we set for ourselves and others? Personally, professionally, and socially. I spent the day running around from sun up, with a thousand (maybe a few less) things to get… Read More »

We have the resources to get to the bottom of your most complex financial matters. Our team of forensic accountants brings a varied background of experience to each matter.

Heading the team is Stephen A. Pedneault. A CPA and forensic accountant, Steve is also a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) and is a Forensic Certified Public Accountant (FCPA). He brings thirty years of accounting and fraud investigation experience to the firm.