Accounting, Auditing & Attest Services

Do You Really Know Who You Are Paying?
 

Do You Really Know Who You Are Paying?

Posted: March 20, 2017
Fraud in the procurement-to-pay process is more common than you think. Three case studies reveal how easy it is to fall prey. Discover ways to combat fraud in your small business.

How to Improve Fraud Controls in Complex Accounting Areas
 

How to Improve Fraud Controls in Complex Accounting Areas

Posted: March 16, 2017
New recommendations for company accounting policies and internal control over financial reporting address issues companies have encountered, including highly subjective and complex accounting areas such as revenue recognition, loan impairment and valuation.


Internal Controls Walkthroughs: An Added-Value Service
 

Internal Controls Walkthroughs: An Added-Value Service

Posted: March 1, 2017
In the world of accounting and auditing, the term “internal control” has been a buzz word for so long that it appears professionals have lost sight of what internal control actually means. It is imperative that auditors take a back-to-basics look at internal controls in order to make audit processes more effective and efficient.

4 Strategies for Curtailing Insider Fraud
 

4 Strategies for Curtailing Insider Fraud

Posted: October 3, 2016
Insider fraud can inflict great harm on companies and other organizations. A panel of experts offers advice on how to lower your risk of becoming a fraud victim.


6 Imperatives That Can Propel Internal Audit
 

6 Imperatives That Can Propel Internal Audit

Posted: August 9, 2016
Survey responses from board members serving on audit committees revealed six “imperatives of interest” that would prompt committees to think broadly, go beyond assurance, and make sure chief audit executives are in a position to meet committee and board expectations.

Combating Fraud at Small Businesses
 

Combating Fraud at Small Businesses

Posted: April 13, 2016
By reviewing the fraud triangle, watching for early warning signs and putting preventative measures in place, you can help shield your practice and your clients’ practices from fraud.


Using Data in the Fight Against Fraud
 

Using Data in the Fight Against Fraud

Posted: March 21, 2016
Fraud and its financial ramifications all-too-often impact organizations in virtually every industry. Along with the traditional type of fraud, epitomized by Enron and WorldCom, CPAs need to understand that, as business changes, fraud and other risks also change.

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