This fun, funny and engaging webinar will provide attendees with a broad overview of the impact of occupational fraud on the economy and the accounting profession. Together we will explore the characteristics of the typical fraudster, red flag behaviors, and the most effective internal controls. Case studies are examined to analyze how real world victims of fraud could have either prevented fraud or detected it earlier.
- Identify the three different types of occupational fraud.
- Recognize the magnitude and effect of occupational fraud on the economy.
- Identify eleven common characteristics of people who commit occupational fraud.
- Identify how to rank red flag behaviors in the order of how frequently the accompany fraudulent behavior.
- Learn the eight internal controls that most effectively combat occupational fraud
Who Should Attend
CPAs and accounting and finance professionals who are interested in learning how fraud impacts the profession and how to prevent it.
Greg is the co-host of the ThriveCast, a monthly podcast on running your firm like an actual business. He is a regular blogger for the THRIVEal CPA Network, and his cartoons are being run on GoingConcern.com. He is a fellow of the VeraSage Institute, and Accounting Today included him in its 2013 and 2014 lists of the Top 100 Most Influential People in the Accounting Profession.
Greg is also a stand up comedian. He has shared the stage with Pete Holmes, Kyle Kinane, Chris Kattan, Rob Schneider, and Weird Al Yankovic and has been featured in comedy festivals in New York, Atlanta and Salt Lake City.
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Date & Time
Wednesday, December 15, 2021
3:00 PM EST (see additional timezones)
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