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Tuesday, May 24, 2022 Webcast Replay

Oh My Fraud: Two of Our Favorite Fraud Cases (E2205374)

12:00 PM - 1:15 PM EDT

Registration: 12:00 PM EDT



1.5 CPE Credits in AA
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Greg Kyte and Caleb Newquist, the creators of the true crime podcast Oh My Fraud, will unpack two of their favorite fraud cases. Both cases involve accounting fraud; one of the cases may or may not also involve murder. (It does.) Additionally, Brad Muniz will be offering an A&A update.


CPAs in public accounting or in industry


After attending this course, attendees will be able to identify the behavioral red flags of fraud that existed in each case, label the common characteristics associated with fraudsters that were evident in the two cases and explore the internal controls that could have helped prevent or detect the frauds.


In this engaging, conversational and unconventional presentation, Greg and Caleb will give a broad overview of the impact of occupational fraud on the economy and the accounting profession. They will explore the red-flag behaviors most commonly associated with fraud and the personal characteristics most commonly associated with fraudsters. Two case studies will be examined to analyze how the real-world victims of fraud could have either prevented it or detected it earlier.








Greg Kyte

Greg Kyte

Greg Kyte is a standup comedian and a licensed CPA in the State of Utah. He is the creator of Exposure Drafts (a cartoon series specifically for the accounting profession) and the co-host of the true crime podcast Oh My Fraud. He has shared the comedy stage with comedy legends, including Chris Kattan, Rob Schnieder and Weird Al Yankovic. He currently lives in Orem, Utah, with his girlfriend and their two cats. In his free time he enjoys smoking cigars, drinking whiskey and swearing.

Brad Muniz

Brad E. Muniz, CPA

Partner in Charge of Accounting & Auditing


Brad is a member of the firm and director of accounting and auditing at SobelCo, serving small businesses and individuals in the areas of accounting, auditing, tax and business consulting. He has significant experience in financial reporting, tax compliance and planning for closely held businesses, SEC registrants, nonprofit organizations and strategic business planning, and in industries, such as real estate, construction, architectural and engineering, retail, hospitality and manufacturing. Brad is a member of the AICPA and the NJCPA, and was a former NJCPA president. In addition, Brad has served as an adjunct professor of accounting at William Paterson University and the College of Saint Elizabeth.

Caleb Newquist

Caleb Newquist

Editor in Chief

Going Concern

Caleb is Editor-at-Large at Gusto. In 2009, he became the founding editor of Going Concern, the one-of-a-kind voice on the accounting profession, serving in the role for 9 years. Prior to Going Concern, Caleb worked as a CPA for nearly 6 years in New York and Denver. He lives in Denver with his wife, two daughters, and two cats.


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$59.00 - Nonmember

* This event is part of Membership+, an exclusive benefit of NJCPA membership.

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