Do you lie awake at night wondering if theft is occurring in your organization? Are you looking for an easy-to-understand guide to fraud prevention?
Find simple but insightful guidance in The Little Book of Local Government Fraud Prevention.
Written by a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Fraud Examiner with over thirty years experience, you’ll find loads of great ideas to stop fraud dead in its tracks.
How This Fraud Prevention Book Empowers You
While the book focuses on local government fraud, you’ll find fraud prevention techniques for nonprofits and small businesses as well.
The books enables you to:
- Understand what fraud is (and what it is not)
- Implement powerful fraud prevention techniques
- Recognize the red flags of theft
- Understand how frauds occur at the transaction level (e.g., accounts payable fraud)
You don’t have to be a CPA to understand this book–or to use the guidance. The book is useful to laypeople and fraud prevention experts alike.
You will also find transaction-level checklists for implementing internal controls (for example, questions prompting you to evaluate your payroll process).
Be empowered to guard your organization from fraud. See the book on Amazon by clicking here.
Praise for the Book
Here are a few comments from Amazon Reviews:
Bought it this morning and read it all in one sitting. It was clear, concise and kept my attention with practical examples. I often find that some of the books I read on fraud topics are abstract and confusing. This one was just the opposite. Thanks for authoring this book Charles.
Charles captures key controls required not only in government entities, but all entities and illustrates what can happen in absence of those controls. If you are an auditor, accountant, manager, or board member you will find this information useful.
The book highlights several real world case studies of fraud and abuse. This book describes various levels of controls, separation of duties and the value of a Certified Fraud Examiner. Great book!