How Nonprofits Can Avoid Becoming Fraud Victims
Fraud can occur almost anywhere people and money interact. Although the for-profit business world bears the brunt of fraud losses, occupational theft can rob not-for-profit organizations, too.
Peter performs audit fieldwork in the preparation of financial statements for nonprofit and exempt organizations as well as commercial businesses. He provides audits and reviews, client accounting services, and agreed-upon procedures reports.
Canisius College, Master of Business Administration
Canisius College, Bachelor of Science in Accounting
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants
Buffalo Niagara 360
Pete is an avid Bills fan and has had season tickets for 12 years. Every year he and a group of friends have a tradition of traveling to an out of town Bills game. He has been to away games in Nashville, Los Angeles, Charlotte, and Green Bay. Pete traveled outside of North America for the first time in May 2017 on a nine-day trip to Ireland, England, and Scotland. He has since been bitten by the travel bug and has plans for more international travel in the future!
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