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With an experienced team by your side, you don't have to face fraud or uncertainty alone.

With an experienced team by your side, you don't have to face fraud or uncertainty alone.

Identifying and recovering from fraud can be complicated and stressful. Your organization's reputation is on the line, and your trust has been betrayed. Fraud and forensic accountants understand your fears. They'll work tirelessly to uncover and report the facts, document your case, explain complexities and serve as experts in litigation.

 

Our experienced professionals know the ins and outs of fraud and other financial abnormalities, and we're prepared to help you navigate your complex financial concerns. Approaching each situation with care, we use proven forensic methodologies to help you uncover the facts and build the strongest case.

Latest Insights

January 22, 2021
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Phishing scams continue to be a common cyberattack, and they also continue to evolve and become more sophisticated. We breakdown how a successful one can impact your organization and what you can do to help prevent them.
January 19, 2021
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Data collection can be a crucial aspect of your case. The last thing you want is for that data to be thrown out because it wasn’t collected properly. Here’s how to avoid that.
December 14, 2020
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The term year-end may just create visions of financial statements in your head, but there are a lot of other things to consider during this critical time in a business’s year. Here are the top 10.
December 1, 2020
Article
When a business is looking to examine its financial health, it’s important to keep the “why” in mind to determine the best approach.
November 30, 2020
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What happens when a company gets hacked? Learn about the signs of an attack, how to handle it, and tips for moving forward after a security breach.
October 29, 2020
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In the heat of the moment responding to a cyberattack, there are a variety of questions that need to be addressed. Planning ahead can make it easier to answer them.

How to Utilize HR to Prevent Fraud in Your Organization

While it may be impossible to prevent fraud from ever occurring in your business, there are things your HR team can do to greatly lessen the chances.

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Jeremy G. Bendewald
Jeremy G. Bendewald
Principal
Jason W. Olson
Jason W. Olson
Forensic Services Partner
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