So on the forum, people often ask about hiding assets or how to scam Medicaid. Right now, I am cooperating in a fraud investigation so I thought maybe people would like to know what happens. At first you get contacted, phone first in my situation. It is uncomfortable because whether you do something wrong or not, they try to make you feel guilty. My appointment to meet with them was this week and they want detailed information. I did not sleep the night before because I did not know what to expect. I am not personally the type that keeps hard copies of anything. So this is the information they request: 1. Detailed records of any financial data. I have 3 types of accounting software on my computer. I had used Quickbooks for finances and had scanned receipts into the software as an attachment to the voucher. There is an audit trail enabled which date and time stamps everything. 2. Detailed information of correspondence. I have an app on my phone which backs up all calls and text messages to my gmail account. I only had to sort from there. Everything was time and date stamped for two reasons proof of facts and to give the auditor enough information so that questions are limited and my time isnt wasted (I am a salaried employee so I get paid the same no matter what but if someone is hourly, they could lose wages if not properly organized). 3. Before they look at the information you provide, they try to question you to trip a person up. I have dealt with alot of audits due to my job so my response to them was, "I am not being paid to do your job so do your job then ask questions in writing." I spent about $100 on an external hard drive which I downloaded Quickbooks files, text messages, emails and phone calls on to turn over to make my life easier. I just thought people should be informed of what the audit entails.