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IRS Fraud Specialist Shares Perspective

Annmarie M. Tyler enlightens campus audience about white-collar crime The School of Business and Computer Technologies’ observance of National Cyber Security Awareness Month continued with an informative presentation “Forensic Accounting: White-Collar Crime and Financially Motivated Crimes” in the SASC presentation room Thursday afternoon. Special Agent Annmarie M. Tyler, a certified fraud specialist with the Internal Revenue Service’s Philadelphia-based Criminal Investigations Unit, shared her knowledge of white-collar crime and forensic accounting. Tyler’s duties include investigation of criminal tax violations, money-laundering, Bank Secrecy Act violations and similar types of financial fraud. She is a member of the Joint Terrorism Task Force, Major Corporate Fraud Task Force and the Bankruptcy Fraud Task Force, and has top security clearance.

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