Webcast: Preventing Small Business Fraud

WB3112  |  Partner Virtual Events  |  Intermediate  |  Scheduled


Most small business go bankrupt, not because business wasn't good; but because the small business owner took care of business out front but forgot to take care of business in the back (books and records).  The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners in their 2014 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse states that a disproportionate share of all frauds, 28.8%, occur in business with less than 100 employees.  Wheres only 19.8% of frauds occur in organizations with more than 10,000 employees.  The reason that so much fraud occurs in small businesses as well how it can be prevented and detected will be discussed during this presentation. 


Number of Credits Type of Credits
3 Accounting and Auditing


One year experience


*The number one internal control weakness in small businesses

Alternative internal controls
The importance of management and a positive control environment
Internal controls over the asset most likely to be misappropriated
Educating employees as to their responsibility in preventing fraud
The often unintended consequence of fraud in a small business
How to prevent and detect fraud in a small business


*Understand the reasons why a disproportionate amount of frauds occur in small businesses

Identify the opportunities to commit fraud in a small business
Design and implement simple but effective internal controls to both prevent and detect fraud
Assess the probability of fraud in an organization
Educate employees on the consequences of fraud




This webcast is provided by ACPEN. After registering for the course, you will receive an email from ACPEN with instructions for logging in to the webcast and obtaining your eMaterials.


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