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Errors, accidents, fraud? Make sure you know the difference Vancouver Business JournalBy Tiffany CouchApril 6, 2018
What Nonprofits Need to Know About Accounting business.comBy Katharine PaljugMarch 22, 2018
Fraud in the Workplace Clouser on Business podcastBy ClouserSeptember 29, 2017
Fighting fraud for fun and profit Accounting TodayBy Dan HoodSeptember 25, 2017
5 business expense card options for employers CreditCards.comBy Allie JohnsonSeptember 6, 2017
The CFE: More Than Just a Credential ACFE InsightsBy Tiffany CouchAugust 10, 2017
4 Ways to Prevent Employee Embezzlement CPA MagazineBy Tiffany CouchMay 18, 2017
Forensic Accounting, Insider Fraud, and Trump’s Taxes w/ Tiffany Couch Money Matters RadioBy Christopher HensleyMay 12, 2017
Red flags someone is committing fraud Portland Today - KGW-TVApril 17, 2017
The Emotional Impact of Fraud The Fraud ExaminerBy Tiffany CouchMarch 22, 2017
iHeart Radio Public Affairs with John Erickson iHeart Radio Public Affairs podcastBy John EricksonMarch 19, 2017
Fight Off Fraud with Vigilance, Consistency and Smart Procedures Investor's Business DailyBy Morey StettnerMarch 17, 2017
How To Spot and Deal with a Thief in Your Company ForbesBy Kate HarrisonMarch 14, 2017
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Expert Source Tiffany Couch is a nationally-recognized expert source on the topic of fraud and financial crimes. Her expertise has been used by The New York Times, Forbes, CNBC, The Wall Street Journal, National Public Radio and Fraud Magazine. Tiffany has also been interviewed for KING 5-TV in Seattle, KGW 8-TV and iHeartRadio in Portland, and News Talk in Alberta, Canada.

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"Your book reminded me of the heartbreak the victim suffers due to the breach of trust. During the first few years that I conducted investigations, I made it a point to verbally hug the victims. I ensured that the victims felt safe and secure during the investigation and understood that it was normal to feel betrayed, hurt and angry. However, of late, I see that I conducted investigations, presented my findings, got confessions, turned the cases over to HR/law enforcement, and ran to the next case. I forgot the victims. Thank you for reminding me to slow down and give the victims a hug, even if it is just over the phone." Sharon Tibbits, CFE