Fraud has always been a concern for nonprofit organizations, and it’s not going away. A recent Association of Certified Fraud Examiners report shows the median loss is more than $100,000.
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Dave Tate’s Comments. Internal controls and the potential for fraud are very real issues for nonprofits, their management and officers, and their boards. If you are a nonprofit board member you cannot simply assume that internal controls, the accounting function, and the external audit, review or compilation are taking care of everything. Are these issues that the board has on its agenda, and that the board discusses and evaluates? Have you requested that these issues be put on the agenda? You should.
Dave Tate, Esq. and licensed CPA (inactive) in California.
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See also Tate’s Excellent Audit Committee Guide, which you can find at http://directorofficernews.com