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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.
Forbes - According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, American small businesses lose an average of 5 percent of their annual gross revenues to insider fraud — that is, theft committed by their own employees. The Washington Post wrote about one recent,...read more
FAIRYGODBOSS - Few women are more inspirational than the inimitable Oprah Winfrey: a poor girl who came from nothing rose from the trenches to become one of the most powerful influencers and icons of the 21st century. How could we not admire her? Here are just a few...read more
CFO - Most mid-size to large organizations rely on internal and external audits as a key preventative measure against fraud. The problem is, many CFOs assume that a routine financial audit will reveal financial anomalies that could be fraud. Unfortunately, quite the...read more
Lodging Magazine - It can be said that fraud is the second oldest profession in the world: After all, where there’s money, there’s money to steal. It’s also an unfortunate reality that dishonest employees exist in all companies, and the hospitality industry is no...read more
Associated Press News - When a business is large enough that the owner must delegate decisions and tasks — even to trusted employees — it can be a psychic shock, especially for entrepreneurs used to doing everything themselves. Many pale at the idea of asking managers...read more
Women to Watch - Tiffany Couch joins Women to Watch Media to discuss her career. Listen to the podcast here >read more