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Fraud Common in a Bankruptcy

August 12th, 2020|Accounting|

Bankruptcy fraud ranges from the simple failure to list assets on bankruptcy schedules to the complex schemes such as bust outs, bleed outs and rent/equity skimming. Most [...]

Tracing Preferential Payments

July 29th, 2020|Accounting|

Preferential payments are a more subtle method of asset concealment and require training and diligence to trace. A preferential payment occurs if a debtor makes a payment [...]

Fraudulent Conveyance

July 22nd, 2020|Accounting|

In a bankruptcy proceeding, the trustee is allowed to set aside or “avoid” certain transfers of the debtor’s assets that unfairly place assets beyond the creditor’s reach. [...]

New Version of Form 941

July 17th, 2020|Accounting, Taxes|

The IRS has released the finalized version of the updated Form 941. The revised form is very similar to the draft that was released earlier this year, [...]


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