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"Oh, that three billion dollars."
'I've raised millions for charity. I've just never given them any of it.'
'Now hold on, Mike. You're talking about embezzlement! And unless I'm very mistaken, that's strictly prohibited in the company's employee handbook!'
'You're right, the numbers don't lie. That's your job.'
'Using your clients' money to landscape your compound doesn't constitute a 'hedge fund'.'
'How come you're questioning my petrol bill?'
"I know fraud is a difficult subject to talk about, but when you get back from your world cruise maybe we should have a quick look at our financial management!"
"You would get a job as a bookkeeper, soon quit and change jobs again and again. Now you are charged with being a serial embezzler."
'When you do get ahold of him, find out where all the money went.'
"No, I don't see any reason why our deal should include a new sailboat for our interpreter."
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"You would get a job as a bookkeeper, soon quit, and change jobs again and again. Now you are charged with being a serial embezzler."
"My son has it better than I do. He got himself an MBA and ended up in a minimum security prison."
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'I'm sure going to miss Cutbart's bragging about his gals, his porsche and his trips to Europe.'
'Does this mean no more company car?'
"You were right. 'Casual Accounting Day' was a bad idea."
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"Umm, smell that? That's the annual accountant's Cooking the Books Cook-Off."
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"I'm sorry, sir - The person who handles your account ran off to Rio de Janeiro."
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'So this is how you repay our kindness, Eddie...? By running your own little numbers game on the side.'
'You're far too clever to just fire.'
'A-Ha. So you are messing around with our bonuses.'
"Please confirm my meeting with the auditors at 2PM, then check the status of my one-way flight to Costa Rica at 1PM."
'Henderson makes money the old fashioned way - White collar crime.'
Sam hopes management doesn't see that he modified the electronic gate so he could pocket the receipts.
'Wow - embezzle 1000 bucks, and you're a criminal. Embezzle 10.000.000 bucks, and you're a media superstar!'
'Well, hello, Mrs. Bellanti! We see that you've just embezzled fifty thousand dollars.'