A simple audit can unexpectedly turn into a complex investigation when fraud is uncovered, writes Jim Pelletier, IIA vice president of professional and stakeholder relations. "To truly address fraud, internal audit must know the risks of investigating fraud and when to hand that off to a skilled investigator," he says.
Comparing your financial situation with someone else's can make you feel bad about your standing if you choose the wrong person. But there are ways to make productive comparisons that improve your well-being, such as by finding a financial role model.
Two new agencies, the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration and the Office of Tax Appeals, have taken over many duties of the California Board of Equalization. Find out what's new.
Holding workers accountable while keeping them engaged in their work is possible. Here are five tips on how to motivate employees.
Busy season is often called "opportunity season," but it could easily be called "gain-a-few-pounds season." Unhealthy food abounds during busy season, triggering poor choices. Consider ways to manage cravings, emotions and brain chemistry.
Nearly 200,000 job sites broke the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's electronic record-keeping rule by failing to file 2016 annual injury and illness log summaries by the end of 2017. The low compliance rate is likely due to a false belief on the part of contractors that their size or industry made them exempt from the requirement, according to legal experts.