Fraud Prevention for the Small Business Owner
January 12, 9 am – 3:30 pm
FVCC Arts and Technology Building
Nonprofit Cost: $75 for lunch and reference materials
Most people involved with nonprofit organizations are honest, good-hearted individuals who would never think of stealing, especially from an organization they love and support. However, non-profits are not immune to fraud.
A one-day seminar entitled “Fraud Prevention for the Small Business Owner” is being offered by the local chapter of SCORE, “Counselors to America’s Small Business”. In these tough economic times, the temptation to steal is on the rise. By utilizing safeguards, companies and non-profit organizations can better protect themselves from internal theft and fraud. This seminar will give business owners and executive directors information about employment screening, background checks, accounting controls, protection from employment lawsuits, fraud investigation, prosecution, and creating a company culture that fosters honesty.
Registration is restricted to business owners, qualified managers, and executive directors.
To register, call FVCC Continuing Education Center at 756-3832 or visit www.fvcc.edu/continuing-education.
To learn more about this seminar, call Jordonna Dores at 837-3262.
Presenters will be Kristen Heck, President and co-owner of LC Staffing; Steve Stahlberg, CPA, from Stahlberg & Sutherland; Dean Chisholm, Attorney, from Chisholm & Chisholm; Glen Fulton, retired detective, Flathead County Sheriff’s Department; Todd Twete, VP of Sales and Jordonna Dores, co-owner, from Merlin Information Services.