Fraud and Abuse in Nonprofit Organizations

Fraud and Abuse in Nonprofit Organizations

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Protecting nonprofits from both internal and external fraud This book addresses the most common fraud and abuse schemes committed against nonprofit organizations and explains how those schemes can be prevented and detected. It includes checklists covering each area of fraud and abuse as well as sample policies. The author, an expert in fraud prevention, focuses on the creation of a comprehensive fraud awareness and deterrence system that goes well beyond traditional internal financial controls. Gerard M. Zack, CPA, CFE, MBA is a Director (Partner) with Williams Young, LLC. He founded the Nonprofit Resource Center, a training, publishing, and resource center serving nonprofit CFOs and external auditors. He is a frequent speaker on the topic of nonprofit fraud.The aquot;Blue Bookaquot; that is being referred to is the Kelley Blue Book, which provides estimated current fair market values ... several photos of their vehicle prior to donating it if they plan to use one of these published guides to value their car. Otherwise, a formal appraisal is suggested. In 1999, the Internal Revenue Service announced that it was beginning to take a much closer look at many of these programs.

Title:Fraud and Abuse in Nonprofit Organizations
Author: Gerard M. Zack
Publisher:Wiley - 2003-06-19

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