Here’s how daily or weekly flash reports can help your organization become more responsive to changing market conditions.
Financial reporting is more than an exercise in compliance. Proactive owners and managers view their income statements as a diagnostic tool to gauge performance and fix inefficiencies and anomalies.
Psychologists estimate that more than 90% of communication happens through tone of voice and body language. So, when evaluating fraud risks during an audit, a face-to-face interview is critical to help detect nonverbal cues.
Data breaches are becoming more frequent, aggressive and sophisticated. Here are some shocking statistics from the “Cost of a Data Breach Report 2022,” along with ways your auditor can help evaluate and mitigate your organization’s risk.
Got questions about fair value under U.S. GAAP? Here are some answers to help take the guesswork out of reporting these estimates.
When structured and managed correctly, a commission program can boost employee compensation and morale. But it also can tempt salespeople to commit fraud. Here’s how to contain the threat.
In today’s uncertain marketplace, it’s important to look at fraud risks from a fresh perspective. Here’s how auditors are doubling down in their efforts to accurately assess emerging and increased fraud risks during the pandemic.