Announcing New Lessons on Anti-Money Laundering

Almost since the moment that the idea of money was invented, criminals have been coming up with various schemes to make their ill-gotten earnings look legal. Even before the early twentieth century, when Al Capone used actual laundromats to “clean” his dirty money, money laundering has been a big issue in America and across the world. Not only does it allow criminal industries to thrive (it’s literally the way they take money from illicit sources and reintegrate it into the main economy in a way that makes it hard to trace). But it also costs businesses between $800 billion and $2 trillion every year. It’s a big deal.

Don’t want your business supporting money laundering? We’re here to help. There are simple ways criminals can use today’s businesses to launder money that you may not notice, but there are also simple red flags to look for to help you spot and stop money laundering.

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