“Suspicious-minded folk (sound familiar?) may find it highly coincidental that a couple’s net worth often seems to diminish (or disappear) in proximity to a filing for divorce. In our experience, such alleged diminishment can be facilitated through the use of shell companies, offshore accounts, and other legal but often nefariously-used financial vehicles. For an extreme, but actual, example of how a wealthy businessman used shell companies and offshore accounts in his attempts to hide $400 million during his divorce, click on the link below.”
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It is Anthem’s experience that fraud doesn’t limit itself to any one type of industry, organization, or individual. Unfortunately, there are individuals who will embezzle from anyone, even if that “anyone” is children. Investigators and prosecutors in several states say embezzlement investigations involving youth sports have become common, almost always committed by unpaid board members who are highly regarded in their communities. For more information about this story, click on the link below.
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