Internal Controls for Bookkeepers - a four part series, was hosted by IPBC on a National Phone Conference
Recorded in four hour segments over four weeks, November 19, 28, December 4, 11, 2013
Can you spot a fraud? Will you be liable if it occurs on your watch?
- Week one -What does internal control have to do with ethics and fraud?
- Week two - What can a bookkeeper do about internal control?
- Week three - Not all controls are internal - what external controls are exerted over bookkeepers?
- Week four - Red flags - what can bookkeepers do to protect themselves?
Discover how internal controls can keep bookkeepers safe and contribute to the success of the organization.
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