Wednesday, March 20, 2019

At Home with Fraud

To say that someone is "at home" with doing something means that they are comfortable with their actions. Today 's "Fraud of the Day" covers four New Orleans doctors and two others who worked for a home health care company. They were "at home"...

Guest Writer: Margaret Fulton

Whose Tax Payment Is It Anyway? Keeping up with fraudulent techniques is a daily activity at the New Hampshire Department of Revenue (''NHDRA''). NHDRA has, with the help of our embedded IT team and thought-provoking articles published via The Fraud of the Day, risen to...

Adding Insult to Injury

There 's nothing like trying to repair your credit record, then being victimized by the very entity that was supposed to help you do it. (Talk about adding insult to injury.) That 's what happened in today 's "Fraud of the Day," which tells...

Recycling Patients

There's no doubt that recycling is good for the environment. It helps to reduce trash that fills landfills, uses old stuff to make new stuff, and saves money, natural resources and energy. A nurse mentioned in a Home Health Care News article took recycling...

Good Graces

It's important for small business owners to stay in the good graces with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). A North Carolina couple, who operated an online business, neglected to report their gross earnings and fell out of the good graces of the IRS. An article...

Guest Writer: James Ratley

In the anti-fraud business, we are focused year-round on a long and constantly evolving list of bad things that can happen to an organization. Many of the threats we know by heart? expense account fraud... contract and procurement schemes... check tampering... just to name...

Inmates Register as Tax Preparers

Many inmates have jobs while serving time in prison. However, we typically imagine inmates in jobs supporting the prison, such as working in the laundry facilities or the kitchen or performing maintenance duties. We probably don't imagine prisoners registering with the Internal Revenue Service...

Taking a Gamble

To participate in Medicare fraud is to take a huge gamble. The odds of winning are not great as a former owner and manager of three Florida home health agencies can testify. The Medicare Strike Force successfully prosecuted him for his role in a...

High Flying Fraud

Fraudsters often are apprehended for one reason, then investigators delve a little deeper to find out more than they anticipated. (It's kind of like peeling back the layers of an onion. The deeper you go, the smellier it gets.) A man who was originally...

Lies and Omissions

Omission can be a mistake resulting from neglect or lack of proper attention. Or it can be deliberate (which makes it another form of lying.) A press release from the Social Security Administration (SSA) Office of the Inspector General tells about a woman whose...
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