Our Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs) and CPAs know how to spot and address asset misappropriation, payroll theft, employee or vendor theft, embezzlement schemes, and much more.
A single incident of fraud costs the average company $145,000. Nearly a quarter of fraud costs businesses upwards of $1,000,000.
A typical organization loses approximately 5% of its revenue to fraud every year.
In reported fraud cases, it took an average of 18 months to detect the crime.
Financial statements are showing improvement, but cash is still scarce.
Certain professionals never take a day off.
Professionals that never share their work.
Consolidated job responsibilities (i.e. check writers also approve the vendor list).
Whether you work in the corporate, not-for-profit, or government sector, we can help you investigate potential cases of fraud within your organization.
Proactive measures catch fraud sooner and minimize losses. The longer it goes on, the more of a financial hit you are going to take. An effective way to prevent theft is to establish a robust set of internal controls and procedures. These checks and balances will, in many cases, detect the accounting irregularities that trace back to the fraud, and the one committing the crime.
If you think fraud may be happening in your business or you want to help ensure it isn’t, speak to one of our examiners by calling Matt Stelzman at 423.756.7771 or Jason Martin at 901.683.4234.