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Bridget Meacham

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Wolf in Sheep's Clothing - Fraud at Nonprofit Organizations

Years ago, while living and working in Chicago, I was invited to be on the young professionals board of a nonprofit organization that provided legal services

Skeletons in the Closet: Unrecorded, Contingent, and Hidden Liabilities

Firms that choose to grow through a merger or acquisition can gain access to new markets, fresh ideas, new products or processes, and talented employees.

Normalization of Earnings - Analyzing the Quality of Earnings in Due Diligence

Companies that are looking to be acquired have every incentive to put their best foot forward, presenting their earnings history in the most beneficial

Managing Vendor Relationships: 3 Tips for Making an Audit Clause Work for You

Managing relationships with vendors can be tricky. Oftentimes, management doesn’t think about their contractual rights until an issue arises. When

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"Show me the money!" - Petty Cash Control Procedures

“Show me the money!” The immortal words of Rod Tidwell and Jerry Maguire (played by Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Tom Cruise in Jerry Maguire) are

Growth by Merger or Acquisition: Liability Considerations in Due Diligence

Firms that choose to grow through a merger or acquisition can gain access to new markets, fresh ideas, new products or processes, and talented employees.

Vendor and Procurement Fraud: Are you taking this simple preventative step?

Billing fraud and corruption account for more than half of the reported incidents of fraud in the United States. The 2012 Report to the Nations on Occupational

Lost Profits: Helping Businesses Affected by Hurricane Sandy

As the East Coast begins the long process of rebuilding in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, business owners are focused on repairing the damage and reopening

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