May 2020 Archives

Can a work environment encourage white collar crime?

The motivation behind why a person carries out a particular action can play an important role in any given situation. In particular, authorities often look for motive when investigating crimes, and in some cases, people of interest may have no motivation to commit certain crimes, which make them less likely to be suspects. However, even if motive does exist, it does not necessarily mean that a person acted on his or her own accord.

What's 'Zoom-bombing,' and can it get you into big trouble?

You've heard of Zoom, the video conferencing app that everybody from schoolchildren to senior executives is using these days, right? It creates electronic "rooms" for meetings that can be joined by anyone with the right link.

Tax avoidance and evasion: What's the difference

Tax season -- even though it has been extended this year -- is still a stressful period for a lot of professionals. The tax code is increasingly complex, and that often leaves people worrying that they're going to get into trouble for some kind of mistake -- especially when they're self-employed.


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