A theory called the "fraud triangle" -- a framework that examines an employee's reasoning for committing fraud -- can help companies battle internal theft, Richard Summerfield writes. Other measures to prevent fraud include strong internal controls and anti-fraud employee training, Summerfield writes.
People's attitude toward money, spending and saving is often shaped by lessons learned from their parents. It's critical to recognize these "money scripts" and to avoid repeating mistakes.
About 40% of adults cannot pay a $400 emergency expense without borrowing money or selling something, according to a Federal Reserve report. However, that is an improvement from 2013, and the report says Americans' financial situation generally has improved during the past five years.
Here's a step-by-step guide to calculating the new deduction for pass-through businesses and to determining who qualifies for the break.
Understanding the unique aspects of listeners is key for tailoring a presentation so it resonates. Think of your speech as a collection of modules that can be swapped out or reordered as necessary.
Artificial intelligence can empower staff at accounting firms to do more interesting work, while leaving behind dull, repetitive tasks, experts say. Here are some best practices for running AI projects.
Michael Jackson's famous tilt in the video for "Smooth Criminal" was a product of great dancing and a little help, according to a paper in the Journal of Neurosurgery. Jackson had a shoe designed with a detachable heel slot to let him tilt 45 degrees forward without injury.