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Gerald Hussen

Financial Review Corliss Group online magazine: Ways to reduce your vulnerability on ta... - 1 views

10 ways to reduce your vulnerability on tax-related identity theft Identity theft continues to be one of the major growing crimes in United States nowadays, and places a large burden on victims, b...

10 ways to reduce your vulnerability on tax-related identity theft Financial Review Corliss Group online magazine

started by Gerald Hussen on 04 May 15 no follow-up yet
Sabina Dupras

Financial Blog Corliss Group: From Corporate Giants to Main Street, Fraud is on the Rise - 1 views

Investors, analysts and corporate directors rely on external audits to keep companies honest. But a new study says audits are woefully ineffective at uncovering fraud. In fact, more than twice as m...

Financial Blog Corliss Group From Corporate Giants to Main Street Fraud is on the Rise

started by Sabina Dupras on 27 May 14 no follow-up yet
Gerald Hussen

Financial Blog Corliss Group| The Motley Fool: Every Sunday, Useful Tips on Investing - 2 views

Q: What's a leveraged buyout? A: A leveraged buyout (LBO) is when a company is bought out by another entity (or entities), using a lot of debt. Private-equity investors are typically invo...

Financial Blog Corliss Group The Motley Fool Every Sunday Useful Tips on Investing

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Jeremy Gates

The Corliss Online Group Financial Magazine: College pros offer tips on filing for fina... - 1 views

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    Just before tax season comes the opportunity for college-bound students to apply for monetary assistance via the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The program collects and sends financial data to colleges that use it to award need-based financial aid to students.

    Filing a FAFSA was once daunting, according to Pam Rambo, a former college financial aid and admissions professional who now works as a researcher for families and students looking to maximize their financial aid opportunities.

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Lynette Warner

The Corliss Online Group Financial Magazine: How to avoid financial ruin - 1 views

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    Consumers Can Avoid Financial Ruin, National Debt Relief Provide Tips On How To Do It

    National Debt Relief publishes an article on their website to reveal 8 tips that will help consumers avoid financial ruin.

    Philadelphia, PA ( PRWEB ) January 31, 2014

    National Debt Relief is intent on helping consumers avoid financial ruin. On January 28, the leading debt relief company published an article titled "8 Ways You Can Remove Financial Ruin From Your Future." This article discussed various tips that will save consumers from another financial crisis.
Gerald Hussen

Corliss Group Online Financial Mag, The Morning Ledger: Retailers Get Grim Warning on C... - 1 views

http://blogs.wsj.com/cfo/2014/01/24/the-morning-ledger-retailers-get-grim-warning-on-cyberattacks/ The FBI is warning retailers to expect more cyberattacks. The agency distributed a confidential r...

The Morning Ledger: Retailers Get Grim Warning on Cyberattacks Corliss Group Online Financial Mag

started by Gerald Hussen on 30 Jan 14 no follow-up yet
Yelena Jakov

Tokyo investors focus on US debt woes by Corliss Online Financial Mag - 1 views

http://www.skynews.com.au/businessnews/article.aspx?id=912230 Tokyo investors will stay focused on the US government shutdown next week, as fears grow it could lead to a devastating debt default a...

corliss online financial mag Tokyo investors focus on US debt woes

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Yelena Jakov

Corliss Online Financial Mag: Is corporate Singapore being too naive on fraud? - 1 views

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    Singaporean corporations are more naive in their approach to anti-fraud and corruption practices in comparison to the Asia-Pacific average, a survey from global accountancy firm Ernst & Young has found.

    According to the "Building a more ethical business environment survey," only 17 percent of Singaporean respondents acknowledged that planned investments in new markets will expose the company to new risks, compared to an average of around 35 percent for the Asia-Pacific region.

    "Companies in Singapore don't necessarily lag behind in terms of anti-fraud and corruption practices; what we found is a disconnect between policies that companies already have in place and the enforcement of those policies," said John Tudorovic, fraud investigation and dispute services partner at Ernst & Young.

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