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9 Red Flags of Fraud in Small Business

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1.)  Employee lifestyle and behavioural changes, living beyond their means.
2.) Weak internal controls/ lack of segregation of duties (i.e. one employee handles all the bank statements, cash transactions and deposits). Ensure double manned deposits and over sight on cash controls.
3.) Management overriding company policies or controls without proper authorization
4.) Inconsistent financial results to market trends
5.) Lack of credible documentation or information (i.e. lack of original receipts for expense reports)
6.) Excessive number of account write offs or unexplained adjustments
7.) Accounts not reconciled on a timely and consistent basis.
8.) Unexpected change of vendor or a vendor without a physical address
9.) High employee turnover

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