Monthly Archives: July 2016

27 07, 2016

Cashing-In: Catching False Receipts and Receivables – Part 2 of 7 Occupational Fraud

2019-06-21T12:40:13+00:00

Cashing-In:  Catching False Receipts and Receivables Part 2 of 7 Occupational Fraud  By:   Mark Palmer, President e:countable, LLC Preventing embezzlement is a constant challenge for a small business owner when cash is involved. In our previous post, I shared an example of “borrowing” and how one retail store manager got caught rolling deposits forward.  He [...]

Cashing-In: Catching False Receipts and Receivables – Part 2 of 7 Occupational Fraud2019-06-21T12:40:13+00:00
20 07, 2016

Occupational Fraud – Introduction – Part 1 of 7

2019-08-07T10:34:26+00:00

Financial Risks for Small Businesses By Mark Palmer Part 1 of 7  Occupational Fraud – Introduction The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners defines Occupational Fraud as “The use of one’s occupation for personal enrichment through the deliberate misuse or misapplication of the employing organization’s resources or assets.” A simpler definition… It’s when your employees steal from [...]

Occupational Fraud – Introduction – Part 1 of 72019-08-07T10:34:26+00:00
7 07, 2016

Real Accountants Jump Out of Airplanes

2018-12-08T11:23:44+00:00

When it comes to skydiving, the question is often asked, “Why would you want to jump out of a perfectly good airplane?” Thanks to Skydive Suffolk, e:countable’s owner Mark Palmer did just that. On a clear and sunny Sunday in June, Mark jumped from a plane 13,000 feet in the air.  For the next seven [...]

Real Accountants Jump Out of Airplanes2018-12-08T11:23:44+00:00