Do you know why A/P is the biggest risk in small and midsize entities? Join us to learn the simple, zero cost ways that will assist you in virtually eliminating the risks involved in your A/P accounting practices. The instructor, Peter Goldmann, will cover a wide range of vendor fraud topics and discuss some cases of these types of fraud. A great webinar for understanding and lowering the risks in regards to A/P.
Goldmann will explain the risks and show you cases of Accounts Payable fraud including: How much is A/P fraud in SMB, Why A/P fraud is a bigger risk the smaller the entity, Financial and non-financial warning signs of A/P fraud, Simple low and zero cost controls for A/P fraud, Similarities and differences between internal and external A/P fraud, A/P fraud risks for employee and management level.
Know what Accounts Payable fraud “looks like” in your accounting record. Be able to use simple procedures that minimize employee A/P fraud. Know how to minimize external A/P fraud. Know why going to the post office is a great control. What records and information to check to validate new vendors. How to analyze pricing and competitive bidding patterns to spot fraud.
Bill grew up in Western Washington, and received his undergraduate, juris doctorate, and master of laws in taxation degrees in both Eastern and Western Washington. Prior to coming to Worth Law Group, Bill worked a land development company for three and half years litigating land use and regulatory issues, and then spent the past seven plus years as an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) with the Washington State Department of Revenue (Department), where he resolved hundreds of taxpayer appeals by issuing writing determinations and settling matters, and representing the Department in matters before the Washington State Board of Tax Appeals (BTA). In his new role with Worth Law Group he intends to bring his wealth of experience in state and local tax (SALT) matters to the aid of his clients, and grow the SALT practice at the firm. He will also apply his advanced education in tax law to federal tax issues as well, including complex estate and gift tax planning, and trust and estate tax litigation.
Non-Member Price $99.00
Member Price $79.00