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Credit Card Rewards in Business Valuation for Divorce

Operating v. Non-Operating Assets With the growth of the digital economy, new types of assets have emerged that may be subject to property division in divorce. An increasingly common example is credit card reward points. No one may actually “own” these points, since the written agreements for rewards programs commonly state that points are not the cardholder’s property, have no cash value, and cannot be tra ...

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ABOM Embezzlement

Fraudulent Payroll and Expense Schemes (Part III of III) This article represents the third installment of a three-part series discussing the potential for embezzlement within an organization by its Accountant Bookkeeper Office Manager (ABOM). Part one discussed how the ABOM could mishandle incoming cash receipts to commit fraud. Part two discussed how the ABOM could mishandle outgoing cash disbursements to ...

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ABOM Embezzlement

Cash Receipts (Part I of III) This article represents the first of a three-part series discussing the potential for embezzlement within an organization by its accountant/bookkeeper/office manager (ABOM). ABOM is considered one of the most trusted employees within an organization, making them prime candidates to commit internal fraud. On a daily basis, an ABOM may be dealing with incoming cash receipts, cash ...

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