Tag: Fraud

Newest QuickBooks Fraud, AuditMyBooks, Audit My Books, QuickBooks Preferences

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks by on September 14, 2011 0 Comments
Newest QuickBooks Fraud, AuditMyBooks, Audit My Books, QuickBooks Preferences

The newest QuickBooks fraud story is old news if you read my earlier QuickBooks Fraud post. The related oldest – newest QuickBooks fraud story headline comes from Pennsylvania: Erie man faces court date on charges of stealing from Edinboro business. This newest QuickBooks fraud thief (a college student needing tuition money) reportedly already admitted it. He apparently used […]

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QuickBooks Fraud

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks, Tax, Savings by on June 23, 2011 0 Comments
QuickBooks Fraud

I have seen too much QuickBooks fraud to remember. A new bookkeeper tried to cover his tracks by backdating embezzlement entries to before he arrived. At the time, he was among the many who did not know that QuickBooks already had an always-on audit trail. Turning it on simply made QuickBooks begin tracking CHANGES to […]

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Old-Fashioned Fraud

Filed in Tax, Savings by on June 23, 2011 0 Comments
Old-Fashioned Fraud

I saw too much old-fashioned fraud (before QuickBooks) to remember. My first audit, as an employee, caught repeat submission of the same petty cash receipts. The same company later caught the fraud of a neighbor’s son. My first personal audit client caught much more old-fashioned fraud. A bookkeeper helped me get four good new non-profit […]

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FRAUD – Prepare Annual Minutes

Filed in Florida, Tax, Savings by on June 10, 2011 0 Comments
FRAUD – Prepare Annual Minutes

I have long been very upset by repeated fraud, actual and attempted, by a series of corporate compliance companies. Their official looking prepare annual minutes forms, with a Tallahassee (state capital) address, tell companies to pay $125 to prepare annual minutes. The form quotes Florida Statute 607.1601(1), “A corporation shall keep as permanent records minutes […]

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$12 Trillion Fraud, Foreclosure Defense

$12 Trillion Fraud, Foreclosure Defense

The fallout from an alleged $12 trillion attorney fraud continues. Plantation attorney David Stern recently announced that his firm was closing. The Florida Attorney General is investigating Stern for alleged fabricated foreclosure documents, slipshod paperwork and questionable fees. Banks got expensive new attorneys to keep foreclosing 100,000 Florida homes (one in five). At $200,000 per […]

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Florida Courts Screw Homeowners – $12.4 TRILLION FRAUD

Filed in Credit Repair, Loans, Florida, Tax, Savings by on November 12, 2010 0 Comments
Florida Courts Screw Homeowners – $12.4 TRILLION FRAUD

Florida Courts Screw Homeowners shows many (including Rolling Stone) are now upset about this $12.4 trillion Florida fraud that I covered previously. Unfortunately, we continue to see Florida Courts Screw Homeowners more than anywhere else.

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