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!
Employee Fraud: More Today Than Yesterday? If So, Why?
Steve is frequently asked by clients, colleagues and others about the recent trends in employee theft and embezzlement; most often people want to know the cause. In light of these requests, Steve wrote an article on his opinion of the major causes of increased employee theft and embezzlement in society today based on his experience with fraud investigations.
Check out the article by clicking on “The Dude” (right) to access a link to the article!
CTCPA Beginner Golf Clinic
Heather and Justine participated in the 2014 CTCPA Beginner Golf Clinic on July 17, 2014 at Tunxis Plantation Golf Course in Farmington. The event was hosted by It’s Just Life, a section of the CTCPA focused on women. Participants received a putting lesson on the green as well as a lesson on the driving range by professional golf instructors. The golf lessons were followed by happy hour at the golf course.
2014 PCC Users’ Conference
On July 16, 2014 Steve spoke to the attendees the 2014 Physician’s Computer Company (PCC) Users’s Conference. Attendees consisted of both physicians and practice managers from practices across the country. Steve’s presentation addressed “Safeguarding Your Practice’s Fiscal Health From Undetected Fraud Schemes.” PCC hosted the conference for their software users, and brought in a variety of speakers to the Sheraton Conference Center in Burlington, Vermont.
University of Bridgeport
Steve was given the opportunity to speak at the University of Bridgeport Waterbury Campus, where he addressed a class of future school administrators. The course is called Intermediate Administration and Supervision, commonly referred to as an “O92″ course. On July 8, 2014 Steve presented “Financial Fraud: Increasing Your Awareness Could Keep You, Your School and Your Town Out of the Media.” The purpose of Steve’s presentation was to bring a greater financial awareness to educators before they become administrators to increase proactive measures within school districts.