Legislative fraud is the theft of another’s property or the acquisition of a right to it through fraud or breach of trust, which can be committed using an official position.
The criminal liability for fraud lies with the one who committed it. If an employee of the company turns out to be a fraudster, then it will be he who is responsible. Continue reading
Overdraft is a revolving credit line that a bank can provide to a company or individual entrepreneur to cover a temporary and short-term cash gap. This is actually a business credit card tied to your current account.
When do you need an overdraft?
There are a lot of options for using overdraft, it all depends on the specifics of your business. Continue reading
The wolf from Wall Street spreads the infection, or Why you should not trust “patented professionals”
If you, like me, watched a series about Dr. House, you should remember how passionately he diagnosed lupus with everyone: a disease in which the immune system takes its own organism for a foreign one and begins to fight it.
I always had a lot of fun when, once again it turned out that this was not lupus, but a commonplace cold. And also because where House has an anomaly and rarity, in business – one part of the body, due to some mistakes, kills the other – this is routine and routine. Continue reading