Presenter: Rhonda Hudson, Compliance +, Inc.
Date: Thursday, August 23, 2012
Time: 2:00 - 3:30 pm Central
How do people embezzle? Let us count the ways – diverting income, overstating expense, manipulating computer systems to generate unauthorized credits, using a company credit card for personal expenses, getting advances without returning the excess. . . and the list goes on. Auditing your credit union’s income and expense accounts is an excellent way to detect fraud. Even if no one is stealing, a comprehensive income and expense audit may prevent fraud, detect unnecessary overspending, and help eliminate waste and inefficiencies. The beauty of an income and expense audit is that it frequently pays for itself if it’s sufficiently thorough.
When conducting an internal control audit, the objective should be more than a brief review just to check it off your list. What’s the point of spending time and money on a limited-scope audit if it doesn’t reflect the actual condition or identify ways to make improvements? You get more results with a comprehensive audit, because it better identifies problems and ways to save money. This is important in today’s economy and especially true when it comes to auditing income and expense accounts. In addition to improving the controls surrounding your credit union’s income and expense accounts, this webinar will provide several practical forms and instructions.
What You Will Learn
Who Should Sign Up?
This informative session would best suit financial accounting personnel, internal auditors, and management-level personnel who wish to control the costs.
About the Presenter:
Rhonda Hudson is president of Compliance+, Inc., an audit and consulting firm that specializes in practical, common-sense solutions to issues associated with compliance, internal controls, and operations. Years of experience as a banker and consultant have helped her introduce new and innovative methods for resolving client problems, many of which were unique to their operations/systems/resources. Her solutions and methodologies have been well-received by her clients and their examiners.