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Embezzlement? Let me count the ways.

Embezzlement? Let me count the ways.

This article is a supplement to the earlier article “Who Are Embezzlers? Misappropriation of funds is a method of money theft of which embezzlement is a common form. This form of crime involves a person who steals something he/she possesses and controls but does not...

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Who are Embezzlers?

Who are Embezzlers?

Experience has shown that embezzlers are opportunists that find weaknesses in systems and exploit them. The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners issued their 2018 Report to the Nation a Global Study[1]. The study shows that employees commit the largest percentage...

read more
Embezzlement: A Tale of Two Victims

Embezzlement: A Tale of Two Victims

The victims of occupational fraud (asset misappropriation, embezzlement, etc.) can range from individuals to several entities including, small business, public companies, government entities, not for profit entities, estates and trusts, and other entities. To...

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12 Top Tips to Reduce Employee Theft

12 Top Tips to Reduce Employee Theft

How to handle theft by employees and what to do to prevent theft in a small business setting. President Ronald Reagan advised Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev at the arms control agreement that he would “trust but verify;” so should a small business owner do. As a...

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Preparation for an Estate

Preparation for an Estate

Scenario: A number of years ago a dominant sibling took over the operation of a business from the elderly founder of a company. This sibling has made some poor decisions and has allowed greed to enter his heart. What should the other siblings do to attempt to save the...

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Top 10 reasons why Professional Private Investigators pursuing fraudulent activities should use the services of Cynic Inc www.cynic.com

1. An opportunity to expand your fraud investigation business by allowing us to take care of your back office services, such as, the input of bank, brokerage and credit card data.

2. Our fraud support services are better, cheaper, and faster than spreadsheet input.

3. We use high speed scanners, Optical Character Recognition, templates, sophisticated software and all done with the skill, knowledge, education, experienced and training that was gained as a Special Agent working financial crime cases.

4. We leverage proprietary database technology developed over the past seven years and proven through investigations.

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Innocent Spouse in the Eyes of IRS?

by Ed Martin, CFE, Tax Fraud Expert

The Internal Revenue Service sets the bar high for individuals to meet the Innocent Spouse guidelines.

Important: Form 8857 Summary of Instructions:

The IRS says must complete your paper work, Form 8857, attachments, and exhibits “as soon as you become aware of a tax liability for which you believe only your spouse should be held responsible.” You must be brave in this process because the IRS will contact your spouse and inform him/her of the filing to allow him/her to participate and will advise him/her of their determination.

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Embezzlement? Let me count the ways.

Embezzlement? Let me count the ways.

This article is a supplement to the earlier article “Who Are Embezzlers? Misappropriation of funds is a method of money theft of which embezzlement is a common form. This form of crime involves a person who steals something he/she possesses and controls but does not...

read more
Who are Embezzlers?

Who are Embezzlers?

Experience has shown that embezzlers are opportunists that find weaknesses in systems and exploit them. The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners issued their 2018 Report to the Nation a Global Study[1]. The study shows that employees commit the largest percentage...

read more
Embezzlement: A Tale of Two Victims

Embezzlement: A Tale of Two Victims

The victims of occupational fraud (asset misappropriation, embezzlement, etc.) can range from individuals to several entities including, small business, public companies, government entities, not for profit entities, estates and trusts, and other entities. To...

read more
12 Top Tips to Reduce Employee Theft

12 Top Tips to Reduce Employee Theft

How to handle theft by employees and what to do to prevent theft in a small business setting. President Ronald Reagan advised Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev at the arms control agreement that he would “trust but verify;” so should a small business owner do. As a...

read more
Preparation for an Estate

Preparation for an Estate

Scenario: A number of years ago a dominant sibling took over the operation of a business from the elderly founder of a company. This sibling has made some poor decisions and has allowed greed to enter his heart. What should the other siblings do to attempt to save the...

read more

Top 10 reasons why Professional Private Investigators pursuing fraudulent activities should use the services of Cynic Inc www.cynic.com

1. An opportunity to expand your fraud investigation business by allowing us to take care of your back office services, such as, the input of bank, brokerage and credit card data.

2. Our fraud support services are better, cheaper, and faster than spreadsheet input.

3. We use high speed scanners, Optical Character Recognition, templates, sophisticated software and all done with the skill, knowledge, education, experienced and training that was gained as a Special Agent working financial crime cases.

4. We leverage proprietary database technology developed over the past seven years and proven through investigations.

read more

Innocent Spouse in the Eyes of IRS?

by Ed Martin, CFE, Tax Fraud Expert

The Internal Revenue Service sets the bar high for individuals to meet the Innocent Spouse guidelines.

Important: Form 8857 Summary of Instructions:

The IRS says must complete your paper work, Form 8857, attachments, and exhibits “as soon as you become aware of a tax liability for which you believe only your spouse should be held responsible.” You must be brave in this process because the IRS will contact your spouse and inform him/her of the filing to allow him/her to participate and will advise him/her of their determination.

read more