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All forms of insurance — from health to workers’ compensation to homeowners — provide security and protection to individuals and companies in case of injury, illness, theft or damage. Most businesses carry several types of insurance to protect their assets and their people.
Property Casualty 360
By Tiffany Couch
June 22, 2018

In July 2015, the Washington Supreme Court ruled that farm and ag workers who are compensated based on how much they pick, produce or harvest must be paid for 10-minute breaks based on what they could have earned had they not stopped to rest. The mandate also required that workers receive one rest period every four hours. The decision...
Vancouver Business Journal
By Tiffany Couch
June 22, 2018

Practice management software is complicated. In fact, most dentists readily admit they rely heavily on trusted employees to manage these systems. Take the time to learn the security controls and functions of the office’s practice management software to understand how the system works, as well as how it can keep track of checks and balances.
Dentistry Today
By Tiffany Couch
June 21, 2018

According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, small businesses lose a median $200,000 before most fraud schemes are uncovered. It’s a loss many employers may find themselves unable to recover from. Here are five systems most businesses can access to ensure their money – and their business – is safe from fraud.
The Business Journals
By Tiffany Couch
June 19, 2018

Today, June 15, is Elder Abuse Awareness Day, and according to a report issued in 2015 by True Link Financial, American’s elderly are losing $37 billion a year due to fraud schemes, theft and embezzlement. Although most of the statistics on elder fraud abuse are not broken down by state and/or county, a report from the American Journal of Public Health indicates that one in 18 seniors is victimized nationally.
Vancouver Business Journal
By Joanna Yorke
June 15, 2018

According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), fraud costs U.S. businesses an average of 5 percent of their annual revenue. Even more sobering, occupational fraud costs companies in the construction industry a median loss of $227,000 – double the average loss of other businesses. The biggest fraud threat comes from inside an organization –
DJC Oregon
By Tiffany Couch - OP ED
May 29, 2018

Dishonest employees exist in all businesses, and unfortunately the dental profession is no exception. When employee theft is discovered in dental practices, it’s typically perpetrated by staff members who have justified stealing from their employer as a solution to their financial woes.
Dentistry Today
By Tiffany Couch
May 22, 2018

Vancouver Business Journal
By Tiffany Couch
April 6, 2018

business.com
By Katharine Paljug
March 22, 2018

Seattle PI
By Levi Pulkkinen
January 7, 2018

The Daily Astorian
By Edward Stratton
October 13, 2017

The Daily Astorian
By Edward Stratton
October 12, 2017

Clouser on Business podcast
By Clouser
September 29, 2017

Accounting Today
By Dan Hood
September 25, 2017

CreditCards.com
By Allie Johnson
September 6, 2017
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