If blue collar crimes are public intoxication and fighting, white collar crimes include fraud and embezzling. Often these are not as glamorous as getting away with millions of dollars. Sometimes, just a little bit of fraud is enough to draw the ire of someone who is out to get you. Simplicity- if you obtain money from a bank by lying, you are likely being charged with bank fraud. If you are trading stocks on insider information, or selling stocks to multiple investors outside of a closely held corporation, you can be charged with securities fraud.
Obtaining money or deposit credit from a bank by knowingly passing them a worthless check is bank fraud. Do that with a check worth over $150.00 and it is Florida bank fraud. Identity theft differs under the circumstances, and is controlled by 817.568 (Florida identity theft) and 817.02 for falsely presenting ones-self. Healthcare fraud is a common charge for innocent doctors who are trying to make a living. 18 U.S.C. s. 1347. If you used your sister's insurance, you would be committing insurance fraud.
Money laundering is illegal pursuant to 18 U.S.C. 1956 and a defendant needs to attempt to conduct a transaction with proceeds of unlawful activity, with one of four intents defined by the code. Counterfeiting is the unlawful printing of currency.