Diary of a Bad, Bad Bookkeeper: A Cautionary Embezzlement Tale for Small Business Owners Everywhere

Meet Betty Bookkeeper 

She’s embezzling thousands of dollars a month from her unsuspecting Small Business Owner boss. Her boss has absolutely no idea because she seems like such a good woman. It’s that trust which makes it so tempting and so easy for Betty to steal.

Do you have a Betty Bookkeeper? Or are you a Bookkeeper who worries about protecting your reputation? Then this book is for you. This book is a work of fiction with some non-fiction

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3 Responses to Diary of a Bad, Bad Bookkeeper: A Cautionary Embezzlement Tale for Small Business Owners Everywhere

  1. Anonymous says:

    This book is an easy, fun read! An interesting way to learn about some of the most common ways bookkeepers or office managers gain access to and get unearned money out of businesses. Every small to medium business owner should read this! Bookkeepers who want to stay out of trouble should read this! DON’T put yourself in a bad position by doing anything that gives the appearance of being a “Bad Bookkeeper”! Love this book!

  2. Anonymous says:

    The best way to stop embezzlement is to always review the books. It may not be glamorous but it is YOUR company. Don’t trust anyone, including family, to do it for you. Great book that quick and easily show where breaks in internal controls can happen along with the consequences.

  3. Anonymous says:

    This book is a fast read and the story takes one through a scenario of how easy it ‘could’ be for a bookkeeper to defraud a company. The information is relevant but they story, characters, and writing leave a lot to be desired. Luckily it was only $0.99 or I would have felt defrauded myself.

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