posts tagged as Fraud


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | February 03, 2014

Remaining Vigilant About Fraud

As we’ve covered on this blog, BDO recently held a two-part webinar series on fraud among nonprofits and how organizations can not only prevent fraud, but also address and rectify it. read more


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | December 23, 2013

Happy Holidays from the Nonprofit & Education Team! – Top Posts of the Year

As 2013 draws to a close and we look ahead to 2014, we’ve been reflecting on the first full calendar year of the Nonprofit Standard. Here are a few of our top posts, in case you missed them: read more


By Laura Kalick | December 02, 2013

Significant, Indeed: What to Make of Nonprofit Fraud and Significant Diversions of Assets (Part 2)

Posted on December 2, 2013 by Laura Kalick Significant, Indeed: What to Make of Nonprofit Fraud and Significant Diversions of Assets (Part 2) 4 Previously in this series, we’ve provided a primer on what constitutes a diversion of... read more


By Laura Kalick | November 21, 2013

Significant, Indeed: What to Make of Nonprofit Fraud and Significant Diversions of Assets (Part 1)

A recent investigation published by the Washington Post has resulted in a maelstrom of scrutiny and whistle-blowing in the nonprofit sector. In its highly publicized report, the Post identified more than 1,000 larger nonprofits that... read more


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | November 18, 2013

Confront Fraud Head On: 5 Crucial Insights to Consider When Conducting an Internal Investigation

A recent Washington Post story provides a stern reminder that employee misconduct is an unfortunate reality in the nonprofit sector. read more