Recovering the money is often a chief priority in fraud investigations
Tax forms can be extremely confusing and it is all too easy to make a mistake. However, as most residents of South Carolina know, such an error can be costly. It is vital to thoroughly check all tax documents before submitting them as an error could be interpreted as an attempt at defrauding the tax office if it is detected. Before you know it, you could be faced with serious criminal charges and an uncertain future.
When you work in a position of power and responsibility, your reputation is critical. You need to be seen as trustworthy and reliable or you could find yourself being removed from the position or, perhaps worse, being blamed for mistakes or illicit activity connected with your office. In South Carolina, law enforcement officials are so wary of criminal abuses of power that they are ready to crack down on anyone whose behavior appears suspicious.
Reaching a position of great responsibility within your organization can be a worthy achievement. However, like all such things it comes with its risks. The more responsibility you bear, the greater the scrutiny under which you are held and the more serious your mistakes are considered to be. Worse still, some may even suggest that your mistakes are deliberate attempts at fraud and deception, which in turn could lead to criminal charges.