Fraud - McKnight's Senior Living


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Financial official recommends checks and balances after CCRC employee allegedly pockets $118,000

The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office is reminding senior living companies and other organizations to include checks and balances in their financial processes to help ensure that fraud doesn’t occur, after a former employee of a nonprofit continuing care retirement community in the state allegedly stole at least $118,768 from the community where she worked.


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