The Case for Internal Controls: Reducing Fraud is Easier Than You May Think

The core of any organization’s fraud-prevention program is strong internal controls. Yet too many nonprofits either fail to develop controls that address common risks or, if they establish controls, neglect to enforce them. Your nonprofit must do both if it wants to help prevent occupational theft and fraud perpetrated by outsiders. Charities at Risk According […]

What Your Lender Really Wants to Hear

What does every contractor’s lender want to hear? Why, “The check is in the mail!” of course. But, seriously, lenders — much like sureties — expect construction companies to operate in a manner that assures both timely payments and the feasibility of future loans. Here are a few choice quotes to lay on your lender […]