Why We Wrote This Book
As the business world changes, an ever-increasing number of workers are helping themselves to sophisticated, covert variations of the old "five-finger discount." The worst part? The Thief in Your Company is probably the person you trust the most.

Forensic accountant Tiffany Couch has seen theft in many forms but what sticks with her the most is not the fraud schemes or the dollar losses. It's the victims who all experience the same emotional devastation that these crimes leave in their wake.

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What You'll Learn
This book will educate and entertain you, pull at your heart strings and convince you to put Tiffany's time-tested security blueprint into practice. Learn how to:

  • Be familiar with and protect against the most common fraud schemes
  • Recognize the typical fraudsters
  • Leave the door open for whistleblowers to report suspicious activity
  • Take specific actionable steps if fraudulent activity is discovered
  • Understand the emotional impacts of financial crimes

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"I read your report yesterday and it is very impressive. I'm sure you get that all the time. From an investigative standpoint, not only can it provide evidence of... theft/criminal mistreatment, it also tells the investigator leads to follow and how to plan a suspect interview. In cases where vulnerable people are exploited, oftentimes the victim is unable to tell us what happened so making a case can be very difficult.

Thank you so much for your help on this case. The victim is deceased and your assistance is proving critical in finding out what happened to her money and who is responsible."
[Unnamed Detective]
Portland, Oregon