Discover the results of our 2021 church fraud survey and the best practices for reducing vulnerabilities.
What we learned from a recent survey—with expert guidance on how to protect the church.
Reporting financial crime in your church is a matter of stewardship, yet many church leaders report not doing so, or even knowing how.
A closer look at the men and women who steal from churches—and the red flags leaders should watch for.
How to respond when the unthinkable becomes a reality.
New study offers insights on why it happens, how it’s detected, and characteristics of both victims and perpetrators.
Experts weigh in during a panel discussion on what happened.
Guidance on how to adjust and maintain strong internal controls.
Implement an effective system of internal control.
Two lessons for church leaders to draw from this unfortunate story.
Preventing financial malfeasance in God’s treasury.
Protect financial strength and integrity by creating a culture of openness.
Reduce the risk of fraud by creating a team that incorporates solid internal control.
Common examples of poor internal controls.
How one CFO used digital signatures to bilk his church out of $850,000.
Why churches are more at risk than ever.
Here's what to do next.
Plus, best practices for making cash payouts
New tools and tactics make churches susceptible to fraud.
There are several issues created by having multiple accounts.