Blog Archives: 2014

Don’t gamble with your fraud prevention program

I realize that the large majority of you don’t work at a casino. But, when it comes to security and fraud prevention, there are plenty of lessons to be learned from practices employed by casinos.

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Look at the footnotes in financial statements to safeguard your investing dollars

The case I’m examining today has not ventured into the legal arena as fraud.  However, it yields a valuable lesson because it stresses the power of the information contained in the footnotes in financial statements.

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The cost of free: Washington sales and use tax on complimentary meals

NOTE: The information in this post was updated on October 13, 2015. Read the update.

Many hotels, clubs, restaurants and similar establishments provide complimentary food,

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“The Wire” – a complex case of fraud

Some frauds are frighteningly simple and are made possible by a lack of critical internal controls or a real poor tone at the top.  Other frauds are extremely complicated and make us think (1) why in the world would someone go to all this trouble and/or (2) how are we supposed to catch something with so many moving parts?

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Eminent domain – what does it mean?

The link light rail is currently planned to expand, extending east into Bellevue with long-term goals of extending to Lynnwood.   With the expansion of the link light rail, some owners are finding themselves in unfamiliar territory: their property or a portion of their property is being taken under eminent domain.

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