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Keeping Your Balance: Fraud risk factors include ‘The Fraud Triangle’ and behavioral red flags

Michael DeBadts

As the world evolves there are more controls to help monitor assets and activities within organizations than ever before; there are also new threats and opportunities to commit fraud that weren’t even a thought 20 years ago. What is truly ...

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Keeping Your Balance: Is too much goodwill a bad thing?

Brian C. Hedges

To almost anyone but attorneys, investment advisors, and accountants, goodwill may mean friendliness. Cooperation. Altruism. However, to those attorneys, investment advisors, and accountants, goodwill on a corporate balance sheet is an indication of corporate optimism. Synergies. Future profits. Goodwill is ...

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Keeping Your Balance: What can you do to protect yourself against cyber criminals if you’re a nonprofit?

KYB_CAIN

Do you think nonprofits are likely targets for cybercrime? Many nonprofits consider themselves unlikely targets, however this couldn’t be further from the truth. The reality is that your organization is filled with data and often has fewer resources and less ...

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Keeping Your Balance: Business-use vehicles deduction for the self-employed

kyb_deridder

Are you self-employed and looking for ways to save time, cut down on your recordkeeping duties, and reduce your paperwork and retention of old receipts? The optional standard mileage rates for business vehicles can help you do that. Businesses that ...

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Keeping Your Balance: Appointment and role of the claims auditor

David A. Rizzari

The Office of the New York State Comptroller has worked with the New York State School Boards Association, the New York State Association of School Business Officials and the New York State Education Department to establish the “Five-Point School Financial ...

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