Stranahan Hall-North, Suite 2200
2801 W. Bancroft St.
Toledo, OH 43606-3390
Mini-Forums (members only)
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Putting You in Control of Your Business
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Stranahan Hall North room 2160
UT’s Main Campus
7:30 – 9 a.m.
Internal controls are processes that build integrity and security into critical business functions. Errors or fraud can cost your business — and you — lots of money over time. Thus, the implementation of controls is essential to protect the health and stability of your company. At this mini-forum presented by Gilmore, Jasion and Mahler, you’ll learn:
- Basic internal control principles
- The benefits and limitations of internal control
- How to properly set up such processes
- The importance of separating duties
- Red flags for fraud
Although this can be an uncomfortable topic to consider, it’s an important one to implement as fraud can and does happen, even in family-only businesses.
Forums (open to the public)
Our next public forum will be lunch event on September 16, brought to us by Mass Mutual. More details on this event will be posted online mid-summer. If you are not a member and want to be on our invitation list for events open to non-members, please e-mail Angie.Jones@utoledo.edu.