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November 24, 2015 News Dental CareDental industryEmbezzlementFraudGeneral NewsMedical newsOffice ManagementTheft in the dental office

8 Things Dentists Misunderstand About Embezzlement

by Kahaliah Richards

Could it happen in your practice? A common topic for our speakers is what dentists misunderstand about embezzlement. Here is our list: MYTH #1 — Embezzlers only steal cash, and it is difficult for thieves to monetize other forms of

February 8, 2012 News Theft in the dental office

If it can happen there, it can happen anywhere……(to the tune of New York, New York)

by ken

Guilty plea in dentist murder Woman had boss killed to cover $17,000 theft  By HEATHER RAWYLK Staff Writer Hometown Annapolis.com No humour is intended by this entry – in fact, if that’s what the title portends, then it’s more about

February 5, 2012 News Theft in the dental office

Protecting Yourself from Employee Theft,Fraud,and Embezzlement

by ken

As a practice owner, a dentist will face a multitude of business related tasks, issues, and challenges. The rewards far exceed the drawbacks, but there are challenges. One of the challenges may be employee theft. Estimates of the number of dentists

January 20, 2012 News Theft in the dental office

Most dental practices will encounter fraud

by ken

by Robert Selleck, DTA, January 17, 2012 LITTLETON, Colo., USA: The potential for embezzlement and theft is a problem no business is immune to. And research shows that smaller businesses are more likely to experience problems than larger ones. For

January 17, 2012 News Dental TeamPractice managementTheft in the dental office

Most dental practices will encounter fraud

by ken

By Robert Selleck, January 17, 2012 – Dental Tribune America LITTLETON, Colo., USA: The potential for embezzlement and theft is a problem no business is immune to. And research shows that smaller businesses are more likely to experience problems than

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There is a god; we made the New York Times Sunday Review

by ken

IT’S become commonplace to criticize the “Occupy” movement for failing to offer an alternative vision. But the thousands of activists in the streets of New York and London aren’t the only ones lacking perspective: economists, to whom we might expect

July 11, 2011 News Theft in the dental office

A word to the wise – nothing should surprise you

by ken

From Dr. Bicuspid – think it can’t happen to you?  That’s your first mistake……we live in very strange times…….reporters hacking the cell phones of private citizens to fill “newspapers”, a repeat of the 30’s for many, too many, desperate times