Is that an alpaca at the company picnic? Join Liz Briggson for a look at the top 10 most outrageous expense reports. With a sense of humor, we'll look at shocking, funny, (and sometimes legitimate) charges employees have run through their expense reports. Kevin Hildt with BILL will also provide a real-time look at BILL's Spend & Expense Management tool and outline processes you can put in place to prevent expense reporting fraud in your organization.
- Explore shocking expenses employees have charged through their expense reports
- Identify the process gaps that make expense reporting fraud possible
- Recognize steps you can take to fortify your organization against expense reporting fraud
- Discover BILL as a proactive spend and expense management platform
- None required
Who Should Attend
CPAs, finance leaders, accountants, and bookkeepers seeking to proactively improve the expense reporting process and deter fraud.
- Account Executive at BILL
Kevin Hildt is an Account Executive at BILL. He was born and raised in a suburb of Salt Lake City, UT. When he isn't working at BILL, he is busy raising two young girls. He enjoys golfing and any excuse to play with the family in the outdoors.
Liz is passionate about education and helping people reach their potential.
Liz's corporate finance experience includes progressive finance roles with Kellogg Company, Amway, and Open Systems Technologies. At Amway, Liz was responsible for management reporting for Amway’s portfolio companies and financial planning & analysis for Amway’s finance and executive divisions. Prior to that, Liz served clients in the utilities, insurance, and manufacturing industries in the assurance practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Liz is a licensed CPA in the state of Michigan. She leads Partnerships & Education for Encoursa.
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Date & Time
Tuesday, December 19, 2023
2:00 PM EST (see additional timezones)
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