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Written by Mary Schaeffer, America's most accomplished accounts payable expert, this thorough and highly readable guide is filled with authoritative tips, techniques, and advice ...
Written by Mary Schaeffer, America's most accomplished accounts payable expert, this thorough and highly readable guide is filled with authoritative tips, techniques, and advice on: Uncovering hidden pockets of weakness where your organization is vulnerable, Getting rid of those bad practices that allow all sorts of frauds to flourish, Setting up antifraud safeguards.
Reminding us to "never say never," Fraud in Accounts Payable explains in plain English how to protect your accounts payable department so it becomes-and stays-financially healthy.
Pt. 1 Where Accounts Payable Fraud Can Happen in Your Organization 1
1 Profiles of Fraud in the Business World 3
2 Check Fraud: Still a Huge Problem 17
3 Check Stock: Stop the Fraudsters' Presses 43
4 P-Card: Not as Big an Issue as You Might Think 51
5 Electronic Payment Fraud: Not a Growth Industry - Yet! 61
6 Desktop Fraud: Few Think About This - But Everyone Should 71
7 Travel and Entertainment Fraud: Not All Your Employees Are Honest 79
8 Petty Cash Fraud: Petty Indeed 93
9 Vendor and Invoice Fraud: Not Every Invoice (Or Vendor!) Is Legit 101
10 Master Vendor File Fraud: How Employees Play Games with Your Records 115
11 Payroll Fraud: Ghostbusting and More 123
12 Telecom Fraud: Yes, It Can Happen to You 133
Pt. 2 Strategies to Deter, Prevent, and Detect All Sorts of Accounts Payable Fraud 143
13 Best Practices - Not: Tactics that Unintentionally Promote Fraud 145
14 Fraud Monitoring Reports: A Necessary Evil 149
15 Fraud Detection and Prevention: Simple Tactics You Can Use 161
16 Sarbanes-Oxley 169
Appendix A Fraud Schemes: Physical and Virtual Checks 181
Appendix B 2007 Top Frauds 183
Appendix C Segregation of Duties 185
Appendix D The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 Titles 187
Posted December 3, 2012
Posted December 3, 2012
Posted September 9, 2008
Great book filled with insightful advice and hair raising stories. Any executive who thinks fraud could never happen at their company should read this book. It is a real eye-opener.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 16, 2009
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