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Forensic Accounting Firm Rosenfarb Winters Publishes Condensed Version of its Popular 3-Part Series on Embezzlement Detection and Prevention

The forensic accounting firm of Rosenfarb Winters LLC has recently published a condensed version of its popular 3-part series on embezzlement detection and prevention by partner Stephen Linker.

After defining embezzlement, the newly published article discusses the three key factors that determine whether a person will commit fraud

The three factors, which comprise the so-called “fraud triangle,” are:

  1. perceived pressure facing the person
  2. perceived opportunity to commit fraud, and
  3. the person’s rationalization, or integrity

The article also reviews characteristics of embezzlers, different types of embezzlement schemes, and the importance of internal controls.

Read the full article here.

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