Small businesses represent 38% of all fraud cases. Now is the time to reduce your organization's exposure to fraud by applying these tips.
Good internal policies and procedures can help businesses reduce their exposure to fraud.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently issued a memorandum recognizing the allocation of land costs to an American Viticultural Area (AVA). If such land was acquired after August 10, 1993, the part of the cost attributable to an AVA is an intangible asset which can be amortized over fifteen years.
Fraud can occur in any business when all of the following elements exist: A person has an incentive (pressure) to commit fraud, there is an opportunity for the person to commit fraud , and the person can rationalize the fraudulent behavior (attitude) A well-designed computer security system is one way you can reduce the number of opportunities for fraud to occur in your business. the number of opportunities for fraud to occur in your business.