Fraud Alert! Digital Is Not the Only Threat…

While cyber-hacks at large corporations grab the headlines, both large and small businesses are at risk as well as individuals, particularly the elderly. This interactive session will cover:

• Fraud prevention checkup
• Criminal action and civil litigation trends
• Historical schemes and preventive cures
• Getting personal with individual schemes and elder fraud

 

Please note: This program offers 4 hours of CPE.

 

Tuesday, November 28,2017 (7:30 – 12:00 noon) $100

 

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Meet Your Presenter:

With 40+ years of experience, David E. Goss is President of North American Forensic Accounting PC and Prussman-Goss Certified Public Accountants. Although Dave specializes in forensic services including fraud investigations, forensic accounting and litigation support, he also offers traditional tax and accounting services for individuals and businesses. He has performed fraud and forensic investigations for small, medium and large companies throughout North America, Brazil and Australia. His forensic experience includes cases involving blackmail, embezzlement and elder fraud.

In addition to being a Certified Public Accountant, Dave is certified in Financial Forensics and is a Certified Internal Auditor as well as a Certified Fraud Examiner. He has been qualified by the courts as a forensic expert and an expert in Elder Fraud. Dave is a frequent speaker to diverse audiences on a wide range of topics including fraud detection and prevention, exposing fraud and elder fraud.
Dave is co-author of the article “Are You a Target for Employee Fraud?” that appeared in the March 2010 edition of BUSINESS 2 BUSINESS magazine. He also authored additional articles, “The Cost of Fraud” that appeared in the May 2011 edition of the Pennsylvania CPA Journal, “When a Fraudster Calls from Within” published in PICPA – CPA Now, June 2015 and “Don’t be a Victim” Co-authored -Dave Goss and James E. Gavin, Esquire – Home Builders Association of Berks County, August 2016

 

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