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THEFT BY BOOKKEEPERS

More businesses and non-profits have become victims of theft by their internal bookkeeper. There are some simple things a business owner can do to prevent potential theft. Tell the bookkeeper part of your company’s internal control includes your review of financial reports. How do these thefts happen? Today’s world of bookkeeping software – bookkeeper can write a […]

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6 traits that lead to criminal behavior

Anti-social values This is also known as criminal thinking. It includes criminal rationalization or the belief that their criminal behavior was justified. Individuals possessing this trait often blame others for their negative behavior, and show a lack of remorse. Criminal Peers Individuals with this trait often have peers that are associated with criminal activities. Most […]

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ACLU—Message to H.R. Directors, Employers, and Landlords

Second Chances One in four Americans has a criminal record, and a criminal record can be a big obstacle to housing and employment. The ACLU of Washington’s Second Chances Project provides direct legal services to individuals who want to reduce the barriers posed by criminal records. We also provide resources and community education on criminal records issues. The Problem Over […]

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FAQ: Additional $3 processing fee when paying with credit card

Processing fee For perspective, a 2.75 percent convenience fee on a $1,00 charge is a $2.75 and the convenience fee on a $2,00 charge is $5. It is important to note that credit card issuers charge a minimum convenience fee of $3.00 on transactions. TENANT AND EMPLOYMENT SCREENING www.orcainformation.com Tenant Investigations Pre-Employment Background Check Consumer Credit Report

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How a 10-Day Notice Works

A 10-day notice is a notice to the tenant to comply with some requirement of the rental agreement or rules and regulations. The notice must state three things: first, the section of the lease, rules and regulations, or statute that the tenant has violated (i.e. payment of utilities or quiet enjoyment for the other tenants); […]

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