(Solution Document) Jack is loyal, dependable, and a productive member of your staff. Unfortunately, he has recently fallen on hard times.


Jack is loyal, dependable, and a productive member of your staff. Unfortunately, he has recently fallen on hard times. His house caught fire and destroyed most of the family belongings for which Jack was uninsured. Right on the heels of that, two of JacK's four kids suffered accidents, resulting is very high medical bills, and one of them will need long-term, expensive care. As you review the report and prepare to sign it, it appears that Jack has included $100 of false expenses. It was done in such a way that no one else in the company would ever catch it -- in fact, it almost slipped by you. You recall that during the trip Jack mentioned that this youngest daughter's fifth birthday was coming up next week. She had asked for a new bicycle and Jack was feeling bad because he couldn't afford to get it for her.

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