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The CEO’s Guide to Fraud Prevention

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The perpetrators of fraud often rationalize their choices by telling themselves, "No one pays attention to what I do anyway."

The perpetrators of fraud often rationalize their choices by telling themselves, “No one pays attention to what I do anyway.”

experience I have found that whether you are a new business owner or an experienced CEO, it’s easy to overlook some basic controls in your organization to detect and prevent fraud. I’ve put together six practices you can…and should…implement if you have not done so already.

 

Read further at The CEO’s Guide to Fraud Prevention.

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