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I've been working in a statewide company for past five years as a receptionist and assistant. My manager and I have gotten close over past five years, to the point where we are basically family instead of coworkers . We recently got audited and the company manager showed up and took all our receipt books. This makes me worried, because a few times a year I help with payroll and bookkeeper work. Over the years I've come across some odd things, that show what I think is him pocketing cash time to time after a customer pays cash toward their acct. I've brought them up to him and he always blows it off and has an excuse at the ready. Maybe I'm wrong but there some errors. I didn't find many errors when looking at collections report so I'm guessing he hasn't taken a huge amount...lets say he took around $3000, what could happen to him if they discover the missing money??  
   
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If discovered, it could mean criminal charges. They would need evidence and it could be passed off as bad accounting. If it is believed that bad bookkeeping was the fault, then your job is in danger. Who knows... maybe you will be let go instead of him. Best of luck.
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