Posts Tagged ‘Forensic Accounting’


Tom Scanlon's Interview with Steve Pedneault of Forensic Accounting Services, LLC in Glastonbury, CT

How long have you been in business and how did you get started?

My experience relating to criminal justice started when I was fourteen as a member of an organization affiliated with a local police department.   I continued my education after high school, earning a degree in criminal justice and in accounting.  After my involvement as an accountant assisting a local police department with an embezzlement case in … Continue reading »


Seminar on Employee Fraud

Borgida & Company recently held a seminar on employee fraud at their Manchester office.  Guest speaker Steve Pedneault, CPA, CFF, CFE owner of Forensic Accounting Services in Glastonbury, capivated the audiance with lively stories of embezzlement .  Attendees received a complimentary copy of Steve's latest book, "Preventing and Detecting Employee Theft and Embezzlement:  A Practical Guide".


How to Detect Employee Fraud- A Seminar

BORGIDA & COMPANY, P.C., CPA’S INVITE YOU TO ATTEND a free seminar on employee fraud at our Manchester office, 360 East Center Street, Manchester on SEPTEMBER 15, 2010 @ 5:30 pm.

Stephen Pedneault, CPA, CFE, CFF, FCPA, owner of Forensic Accounting Services, LLC in Glastonbury, CT will be the guest speaker.  Steve is author of three books on fraud and most recently featured on the cover of the fall issue of the … Continue reading »


Why Every Small Business Owner Should Read "Preventing and Detecting Employee Theft and Embezzlement: A Practical Guide”

Every small business owner should read Preventing and Detecting Employee Theft and Embezzlement: A Practical Guide”.  This is written by Stephen Pedneault, CPA/CFF, CFE, founder and Principal of Forensic Accounting Services, LLC, located in Glastonbury, CT. 


Seven Steps to Get Started with Social Media

Social Media is a very hot topic.  Is it for you?  Here is our (short) journey down this path.

"Either you get it or you don't."  That's what my consultant told me six months ago.  I didn't get it.  Sure we had a website.  I got onto LinkedIn and made a few contacts.  Once in a while we would send out a blast e-mail.  What were we getting for this?  Not much.


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