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What Every CPA Should Know About Fraud (4172877B)
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 Export to Your Calendar 5/26/2017
When: Friday, May 26th, 2017
1:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Where: Webinar/Webcast
United States
Presenter: Dana A. Basney, CFE, CIRA, ABV
Contact: April Deneault
801-466-8022


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Description

If you ask a member of the public what the purpose of an audit is, the answer will probably be "to detect fraud" as that is the public's expectation. Despite this perception, external auditors only detect three to five percent of all fraud incidences. Get pragmatic guidance on how to improve the chances of detecting fraud. Engage in discussion of where fraud is most likely to occur and how to conduct inquiries and direct the audit in the areas which are of greatest concern and are most likely to be abused by perpetrators.

 

Materials are provided as an ebook for this course.

Level

Intermediate

Major Subjects

  • How is fraud detected?
  • The role of external auditors in finding fraud
  • Revenue recognition issues
  • Corrupt management
  • Data mining
  • Physical and biometric controls

Objectives

  • Determine how is fraud detected.
  • Recognize the impact of professional pronouncements on finding fraud.
  • Identify the largest area of financial statement abuse.
  • Identify fraud in business.
  • Identify fraud prevention.
  • Recognize auditor liability and auditor defenses.
  • Identify recent litigation affecting accountant's liability.

Designed For

Accountants in public accounting, industry and government.

Curriculums

Fraud,Auditing,Financial Leadership Forum

NASB Credit Category

Auditing

Number of Credit

4

Prerequisite

Knowledge or experience in the field of Ethics comparable to the ethics exam requirement to obtain the CPA Certificate.

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