How to Avoid Intrusion and Account Takeover

How to Avoid Intrusion and Account Takeover

The use of computers in business is as necessary as breathing fresh air. Businesses with access to public information such as credit card numbers, social security or employment identification, dates of birth, names, and addresses must maintain a secure computer server...

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Estate Planning Before Divorce

Estate Planning Before Divorce

If you plan to be married, it is in your best interest to protect your assets in case of a divorce. You would much rather be financially sound than devastated if a divorce does occur. The primary way to protect your assets is to locate an Estate and Trust Attorney to...

read more
Understanding Employee Retention Tax Credit

Understanding Employee Retention Tax Credit

Number one on the IRS 2023 Dirty Dozen list is the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) misuse. This refundable tax credit is designed to reward business owners for retaining employees throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and its aftermath. IRS is cautioning business...

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Introducing the Litigation Support Component of DIO

Introducing the Litigation Support Component of DIO

With advances in technology and the growing complexity of global banking and business, numerous new avenues of deceit are created daily for swindlers to mask illegal and fraudulent activity. The money movement between companies, governments, and individuals has become...

read more
Actual Fraud vs. Constructive Fraud

Actual Fraud vs. Constructive Fraud

In divorce matters, a spouse may be exposed to constructive fraud through the waste of community assets by the other spouse. In community property states, spouses have a fiduciary duty to each other and place trust in each other to be responsible for the community...

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How to Simplify Your Complex Divorce Cases

How to Simplify Your Complex Divorce Cases

With advances in technology and the growing complexity of global banking and business, numerous new avenues of deceit have been created for swindlers to mask illegal and fraudulent activity. In this digital age, the movement of money between companies, governments,...

read more
Help Your Clients Detect Fraud

Help Your Clients Detect Fraud

The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners’ “Report to the Nations – 2022 Global Fraud Study” revealed how occupational fraud is detected in business[1]. Occupational fraud occurs when an employee, manager, or executive of an organization deceives the organization...

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Surviving Burnout and How to Rekindle the Fire

Surviving Burnout and How to Rekindle the Fire

It has been published that some Attorneys have reached a point in their careers where they are burned out and maybe even considering a change of profession. It is known that the COVID-19 months of isolation have taken their toll and have reduced the desire for some...

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Forensic Accountant Coalesces with an Expert Witness

Forensic Accountant Coalesces with an Expert Witness

Forensic accounting[1] investigates financial transactions and business situations to obtain the truth and develop an expert opinion regarding possible fraudulent activity. Two areas of expertise make up the field of forensic accounting: Litigation support and...

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How to Avoid Intrusion and Account Takeover

How to Avoid Intrusion and Account Takeover

The use of computers in business is as necessary as breathing fresh air. Businesses with access to public information such as credit card numbers, social security or employment identification, dates of birth, names, and addresses must maintain a secure computer server...

read more
Estate Planning Before Divorce

Estate Planning Before Divorce

If you plan to be married, it is in your best interest to protect your assets in case of a divorce. You would much rather be financially sound than devastated if a divorce does occur. The primary way to protect your assets is to locate an Estate and Trust Attorney to...

read more
Understanding Employee Retention Tax Credit

Understanding Employee Retention Tax Credit

Number one on the IRS 2023 Dirty Dozen list is the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) misuse. This refundable tax credit is designed to reward business owners for retaining employees throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and its aftermath. IRS is cautioning business...

read more
Introducing the Litigation Support Component of DIO

Introducing the Litigation Support Component of DIO

With advances in technology and the growing complexity of global banking and business, numerous new avenues of deceit are created daily for swindlers to mask illegal and fraudulent activity. The money movement between companies, governments, and individuals has become...

read more
Actual Fraud vs. Constructive Fraud

Actual Fraud vs. Constructive Fraud

In divorce matters, a spouse may be exposed to constructive fraud through the waste of community assets by the other spouse. In community property states, spouses have a fiduciary duty to each other and place trust in each other to be responsible for the community...

read more
How to Simplify Your Complex Divorce Cases

How to Simplify Your Complex Divorce Cases

With advances in technology and the growing complexity of global banking and business, numerous new avenues of deceit have been created for swindlers to mask illegal and fraudulent activity. In this digital age, the movement of money between companies, governments,...

read more
Help Your Clients Detect Fraud

Help Your Clients Detect Fraud

The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners’ “Report to the Nations – 2022 Global Fraud Study” revealed how occupational fraud is detected in business[1]. Occupational fraud occurs when an employee, manager, or executive of an organization deceives the organization...

read more
Surviving Burnout and How to Rekindle the Fire

Surviving Burnout and How to Rekindle the Fire

It has been published that some Attorneys have reached a point in their careers where they are burned out and maybe even considering a change of profession. It is known that the COVID-19 months of isolation have taken their toll and have reduced the desire for some...

read more
Forensic Accountant Coalesces with an Expert Witness

Forensic Accountant Coalesces with an Expert Witness

Forensic accounting[1] investigates financial transactions and business situations to obtain the truth and develop an expert opinion regarding possible fraudulent activity. Two areas of expertise make up the field of forensic accounting: Litigation support and...

read more