Intent vs. Willfulness

Intent vs. Willfulness

In Austin, TX, an individual convicted of conspiracy recently had his conviction overturned by the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans.  During oral arguments for the appeal, the Austin American–Statesman newspaper stated, “The federal judges weighing his...

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Beware of Journal Entries that Create Income

Beware of Journal Entries that Create Income

When reviewing transactions in an accounting system it is important to pay particular attention to journal entries. Journal entries are used to adjust accounting records for activities that are not cash in nature. When dealing with an accrual accounting system,...

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Dispersing Employee Credit Cards

Dispersing Employee Credit Cards

As a way to stay on top of company expenses, my credit card company recently recommended I provide my employees with their own business credit card. If you’re in business for yourself, this has probably happened to you. The benefits outlined in their sales brochure...

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The Disgruntled Bookkeeper

The Disgruntled Bookkeeper

Income tax evasion and fraud occur daily in the United States, and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) studies show that the largest arena of fraud is the small solely-owned business. The average citizen receives wages or a salary and taxes are withheld, therefore their...

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Asset Misappropriation by Credit Card Fraud

Asset Misappropriation by Credit Card Fraud

The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners recently issued its Report on Fraud to the Nation for 2014.  The report cites three major areas of occupation fraud: asset misappropriation, corruption, and financial statement fraud. “Small businesses are both...

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Asset Misappropriation by Check Fraud

Asset Misappropriation by Check Fraud

The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners recently issued its Report on Fraud to the Nation for 2014.  The report cites three major areas of occupation fraud: asset misappropriation, corruption, and financial statement fraud. “Small businesses are both...

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Intent vs. Willfulness

Intent vs. Willfulness

In Austin, TX, an individual convicted of conspiracy recently had his conviction overturned by the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans.  During oral arguments for the appeal, the Austin American–Statesman newspaper stated, “The federal judges weighing his...

read more
Beware of Journal Entries that Create Income

Beware of Journal Entries that Create Income

When reviewing transactions in an accounting system it is important to pay particular attention to journal entries. Journal entries are used to adjust accounting records for activities that are not cash in nature. When dealing with an accrual accounting system,...

read more
Dispersing Employee Credit Cards

Dispersing Employee Credit Cards

As a way to stay on top of company expenses, my credit card company recently recommended I provide my employees with their own business credit card. If you’re in business for yourself, this has probably happened to you. The benefits outlined in their sales brochure...

read more
The Disgruntled Bookkeeper

The Disgruntled Bookkeeper

Income tax evasion and fraud occur daily in the United States, and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) studies show that the largest arena of fraud is the small solely-owned business. The average citizen receives wages or a salary and taxes are withheld, therefore their...

read more
Asset Misappropriation by Credit Card Fraud

Asset Misappropriation by Credit Card Fraud

The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners recently issued its Report on Fraud to the Nation for 2014.  The report cites three major areas of occupation fraud: asset misappropriation, corruption, and financial statement fraud. “Small businesses are both...

read more
Asset Misappropriation by Check Fraud

Asset Misappropriation by Check Fraud

The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners recently issued its Report on Fraud to the Nation for 2014.  The report cites three major areas of occupation fraud: asset misappropriation, corruption, and financial statement fraud. “Small businesses are both...

read more