Glastonbury High School Career Fair 2015
Justine attended the Glastonbury High School 2015 Career Fair on April 10th as a representative of the field of accounting and forensic accounting. The event was sponsored by the Glastonbury Chamber of Commerce and held at the high school. Students were able to visit the booths of careers they may have an interest in or questions about. Students brought many great questions about what it is like to be an accountant and how forensic accounting is different from traditional accounting.
Junior Achievement 2015
Steve and Justine volunteered as instructors for Junior Achievement at Assumption School of Manchester on March 25, 2015. Justine taught first and second grade students about communities, jobs, business, even taxes! Steve worked with seventh and eighth grade students focusing on careers, goals, professionalism and branding.
Promoting an Ethical Culture at Georgia State University!
Steve addressed an audience of administrators, coaches, professors, staff and more at Georgia State University on Monday, November 17, 2014 to deliver a keynote speech about Promoting an Ethical Culture. His presentation addressed the “Four E’s” of an ethical culture, ethics, environment, education and enforcement.
1st Annual Believe 208: Run for the Brave and Finest
Forensic Accounting Services, LLC is proud to be a sponsor of the first annual Believe 208 5K. On Sunday, September 28, 2014 Justine and her sister, Andrea, participated in the event. Check out our Facebook page for more pictures! The run was coordinated by Trish Buchanan and her two sons in honor of her late husband and their father, East Hartford Police Officer Paul Buchanan. Funds raised at the event will support Project BLUE 208 – Breaking the Silence of Law Enforcement Officers Underlying Traumatic Stress Through Education and Access to Support. The Connecticut Alliance to Benefit Law Enforcement (CABLE) is a non-profit that supports Project BLUE 208.
Need access to historical banking information? Better read the fine print…
Take a look at Steve’s latest article, posted on the Fraud Magazine website. In this article he addresses the constant changes in banking policies and procedures, mostly influenced by technology. Transitioning from paper to electronic records leaves the power in the hands of the bank. Be sure to familiarize yourself with the fine print for your personal and business bank accounts. Click the Fraud Magazine image to access a link to the article!