A Commitment to the Future

To successfully prevent becoming the victim of fraud, a church must assess its current condition, develop a fraud protection plan and implement the plan. But, it can’t stop there.  Key: The church must live by the plan from that point forward.  It must make a commitment to the future. The plan must be on-going.   A few key elements in an on-going fraud prevention program:

  • Establishment of a formal, written program for managing fraud risk.
  • Assigning ownership of the task to an anti-fraud taskforce made up of key employees and officers.
  • Educating staff and members of the risks of fraud.
  • Periodically (annually is preferred) assessing the church’s systems in regard to fraud susceptibility.
  • Implementing a periodic review of transactions (often referred to as internal audit).

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