Address your business' vulnerabilities to avoid fraud

08/7/2013 | Entrepreneur online

Fraud is so common that almost half of small firms are victimized on at least one occasion, according to a report by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. A small business might make itself vulnerable if it fails to keep a sharp eye on payroll, trusts one employee to handle accounting tasks without oversight or allows personal relationships to influence its hiring decisions, writes Matt Garrett, CEO of TGG Accounting.

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