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Sports Injury And Economic Loss
Sports Injury And Economic Loss
Canada
8 Apr 2015
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Detecting And Preventing Fraud In Your Business
Where illegitimate opportunity for personal gain exists with a small chance of being caught, there is a higher likelihood that the opportunity will be exploited.
Canada
23 May 2014
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Why Do I Need My Own Expert To Calculate The Value Of A Claim? (Video Content)
Why is it that one income loss report can say an insurance loss claim is worth a million dollars and another one can say it is worth nothing?
Canada
27 Aug 2013
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When It Rains, It Pours: Insurance Recovery For Earnings Loss
As I write this article, Toronto is recovering from its biggest rainfall since Hurricane Hazel. Two weeks ago, downtown Calgary was affected by days of heavy rains following which the Bow River burst its banks. And while the initial focus should always be on the personal safety of those affected, in short order this focus will give way to dealing with the financial consequences of the events which have occurred.
Canada
30 Jul 2013
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Guess Who’s Coming For Dinner? Make Room For The Forensic Accountant
When you think about accounting, what may first come to mind may be number crunching, expense reporting or tax season. Admittedly, these are generally all true; however, I would like to introduce you to another side of accounting.
Canada
23 Apr 2013
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Business Analysis In Today’s Uncertain Times
The need for "loss quantification" arises in many types of insurance or litigation claims, particularly when an earnings loss has occurred.
Canada
17 Apr 2013
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The Digital Detective
They got Al Capone for tax evasion; not for any one of the hundred or so other crimes he allegedly committed. Apparently, it was testimony of his accountant and the discovery of a mysterious "second set of books" that finally put Capone away. The books were well hidden. Fortunately, the accountant knew where to find them.
Canada
16 Apr 2012
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The Many Faces Of Fraud
We can formally define fraud as a form of intentional deceit or a breach of confidence, perpetrated to gain profit or dishonest advantage.
Canada
16 Apr 2012
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