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Parfrey Murphy
Chartered Accountants
Lee View House
South Terrace

T: +353 (0)21 4310266
E: [email protected]
June 2014
Our aim is to help our clients increase their profitability, improve their cash flow and reduce their tax liabilities so that they have more disposable income. Please feel free to call us on  021 4310266 or email us at [email protected] if you wish to do business with us
Employee Fraud

By Noel Murphy



Unfortunately employee fraud is a fact of business life.


Besides threatening the financial viability of a company it can also lead to low morale and damage a company's reputation.


A recent report in the US indicated that an average business loses 5% of its revenues to fraud.


Bad apples can be employed by any company and their behaviour can spread if controls are not applied and effective action not undertaken when misappropriation is discovered.


In larger businesses payroll fraud can include having false employees and inflated overtime.


Credit card fraud can be as basic as using the company credit card to pay for personal expenses.


Purchasing fraud can involve setting up a false suppliers account and diverting goods for own usage.


Sales fraud may include inflating sales to achieve higher bonuses or sharing the excess charged with the customer.


It is advisable that strict controls be instituted in dealing with cash as this could be the initial source of temptation.


Fraud pointers are staff who appear to be living beyond their means, who may have financial difficulties, are unwilling to share duties or have an unusually close relationship with a customer or a supplier.


The most effective way to counteract misappropriation is to have an effective employee hotline as fellow employees may be the first to see that something is not quite right.


It is better to ensure that theft will not arise as the chances of a full financial recovery are extremely slim.

Gmail Hack Check
Seamus Parfrey

 By Seamus Parfrey  




Gmail users might be interested in the following advice which I came across recently.



Log on to your Gmail account on a desktop computer. Scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page and click Details.




This window should appear listing the last 10 times you logged in to your account from the Web or an app. At the top, click sign out all other sessions if you forget to log out from another location. At the bottom, open alert preferences.



If someone else is trying open your Gmail, this part of the service will let you know. Click "Show alert for unusual activity" to be notified of any intrusion in your account. If you see a suspicious IP address, quickly change your password.




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Parfrey Murphy
+353 (0)21 4310266
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