He has written extensively about financial issues and fraud related topics -- first in anIndianapolis Business Journalweekly column, in his book Common Sense Retirement Planning, and in Fraud Magazine. The Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting has publish a research paper Greg co-authored that examines whether gender or birth country influences the choice of fraudulent number generation patterns. Read his latest article in his blog, Fraud Stupid and follow him on Twitter.
Greg has given over 100 talks throughout the Midwest and to national groups. He is a volunteer speaker for the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, a 501(c)(3) non-profit. His presentations are instructional and there are no endorsements, marketing or promotions of any company or products.
American Mensa Annual National Gathering – Indianapolis, July 2018
St Luke's Methodist Church Men's Grief Ministries
LifeStream Services – Muncie
Adjunct Instructor, Ball State Miller School
Guest lecturer at Purdue Krannert School
Association of Certified Fraud Examiner
Fraud Investigation & Prevention Convention at Columbus Ohio
Midwestern Intergovernmental Audit Forum
NSPII National Insurance Fraud Seminar
Association of Government Accountants
International Association of Administrative Professionals
Indiana Association of School Business Officials
Service organizations including Kiwanis International
Oasis of Indianapolis
Indiana Library Federation
Greg is a practicing fee for service consultant. For over three decades, he has helped individuals and small business owners manage retirement planning, identity theft, & fraud related issues. His expertise in retirement plans has helped small business owners use pre-tax dollars in their retirement plans to purchase a business, and has helped Seniors maximize their post-retirement cash-flow.