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White-Collar Crime Costs Between $300 To $600 Billion A Year

White-collar crime is a hard-to-solve problem – and a costly one, at that.

The FBI and the American Association of Certified Fraud Examiners estimate financial losses from white-collar crimes to be between $300 and $600 billion per year. But the issue is often overshadowed in the media by more attention-grabbing offenses and scandals. And it is complex for investigators to take on as well.

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