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Auditing and Accounting Cases Investigating Issues of Fraud and Professional Ethics

Auditing and Accounting Cases  Investigating Issues of Fraud and Professional Ethics Author Jay Thibodeau
ISBN-10 0078025567
Release 2013-03-18
Pages 288
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The approach used by Thibodeau and Freier emphasizes the substantial benefits of using real-life case examples in helping to impart knowledge related to the practice of auditing. For the fourth edition of Auditing and Accounting Cases: Investigating Issues of Fraud and Professional Ethics the authors continue their quest to be known as the most current auditing and accounting case book on the market. In that spirit, all case questions in the fourth edition have been revised to incorporate the eight new standards adopted by the PCAOB (i.e., AS 8 - AS 15) that relate to the auditor's assessment of and response to risk in an audit and that include guidance related to audit planning, supervision, materiality, and evidence. This flexible case book is perfect for educators to prepare future audit professionals with 45 cases focusing on specific and relevant audit issues. These cases focus on specific auditing issues directly impacted by Sarbanes Oxley and Dodd-Frank, using the actual companies-Madoff, Enron, WorldCom, Quest, Sunbeam-that have become synonymous with the capital markets' crisis in confidence.



Auditing and Accounting Cases

Auditing and Accounting Cases Author Jay C. Thibodeau
ISBN-10 1259010880
Release 2013-06
Pages 272
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Suitable for educators to prepare future audit professionals with 45 cases focusing on specific and relevant audit issues, this book emphasizes the substantial benefits of using real-life case examples in helping to impart knowledge related to the practice of auditing.



Quality Control Procedure for Statutory Financial Audit

Quality Control Procedure for Statutory Financial Audit Author Siddhartha Sankar Saha
ISBN-10 9781787142275
Release 2017-07-07
Pages 336
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This new work takes a comprehensive look at the quality control framework for statutory financial audit. Saha and Roy focus on identifying the different factors governing quality of audit and establish a comprehensive framework for quality control.



Shaping the Future of Business Education

Shaping the Future of Business Education Author G. Hardy
ISBN-10 9781137033383
Release 2013-03-18
Pages 270
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In a world economy where rapid change is the only constant, what is the best way for business schools to prepare the leaders of tomorrow? The authors of this volume argue that a broad and rigorous education is needed; one that fuses business knowledge with arts and sciences, technology, and ethical training.



Contemporary Auditing

Contemporary Auditing Author Michael C. Knapp
ISBN-10 9781305970816
Release 2016-12-05
Pages 592
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Knapp’s CONTEMPORARY AUDITING, 11E prepares readers for the challenging responsibilities faced in the public accounting profession. This casebook stresses the people aspect of independent audits. Readers learn how to avoid audit failures most often due to client personnel who intentionally subvert an audit or auditors who fail to carry out their responsibilities. A detailed review of problem audits helps readers recognize the red flags common to failed audits. Discussing and dissecting these challenges prepares readers to handle potential problematic situations in their own professional careers. Readers also acquire a higher-level understanding of auditing standards, ethical principles, audit procedures, and other issues related to independent auditing. By studying these topics in a real-world context, readers achieve a more in-depth, intuitive comprehension of auditing fundamentals, which translates into improved performance on the CPA exam and other professional examinations. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Instuctor s manual to accompany Contemporary auditing issues and cases second edition Michael C Knapp

Instuctor s manual to accompany Contemporary auditing  issues and cases  second edition  Michael C  Knapp Author Carol A. Knapp
ISBN-10 PSU:000031135634
Release 1996
Pages 307
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Instuctor s manual to accompany Contemporary auditing issues and cases second edition Michael C Knapp has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Instuctor s manual to accompany Contemporary auditing issues and cases second edition Michael C Knapp also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Instuctor s manual to accompany Contemporary auditing issues and cases second edition Michael C Knapp book for free.



Business Professional Ethics

Business   Professional Ethics Author Leonard J. Brooks
ISBN-10 9781133708087
Release 2011-08-02
Pages 744
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Delivering real-world examples of ethical issues in the workplace, BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL ETHICS FOR DIRECTORS, EXECUTIVES & ACCOUNTANTS, 6E, equips students with the strategies needed to make the most ethical decisions possible--no matter what the situation. By integrating the latest information on ethics and governance scandals, legal liability and professional accounting & audit issues, this text highlights the most recent ethical issues faced in today's business environment. The text examines the background and nature of the new stakeholder-supports an era of corporate and professional accountability and governance, offering valuable insights into the development of sound patterns of behavior on the part of directors, executives, and accountants. More than 80 current cases and key readings provide an interesting, challenging, and practical learning experience. Intriguing real-world situations equip students with an understanding of appropriate values, ethical pitfalls, applicable codes of conduct, and sound ethical reasons where codes do not apply. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation for Non Experts

Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation for Non Experts Author Stephen Pedneault
ISBN-10 9780470879597
Release 2012-04-03
Pages 336
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A necessary tool for those interested in understanding how financial fraud occurs and what to do when you find or suspect it within your organization. With comprehensive coverage, it provides insightful advice on where an organization is most susceptible to fraud.



Fraud Auditing and Forensic Accounting

Fraud Auditing and Forensic Accounting Author Tommie W. Singleton
ISBN-10 9780470564134
Release 2010-09-07
Pages 336
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Praise for the Fourth Edition of Fraud Auditing and Forensic Accounting "Tommie and Aaron Singleton have made important updates to a book I personally rely very heavily upon: Fraud Auditing and Forensic Accounting (FAFA). In the newest edition, they take difficult topics and explain them in straightforward actionable language. All my students benefitted from reading the third edition of the FAFA to better understand the issues and area of fraud and forensic accounting. With their singular focus on understandability and practicality, this Fourth Edition of the book makes a very important contribution for academics, researchers, practitioners, and students. Bravo!"—Dr. Timothy A. Pearson, Director, Division of Accounting, West Virginia University, Executive Director, Institute for Fraud Prevention "Finally someone has written a book that combines fraud examination and forensic accounting. The authors have clearly explained both in their earlier edition and now they have enhanced the first with additional materials. The order in which the material is presented is easy to grasp and logically follows the 'typical' fraud examination from the awareness that something is wrong to the court case. The explanatory materials presented aid this effort by being both well placed within the book and relevant to the narrative." —Dr. Douglas E. Ziegenfuss, Chair and Professor, Department of Accounting, Old Dominion University "Fraud Auditing and Forensic Accounting is a masterful compilation of the concepts found in this field. The organization of the text with the incorporation of actual cases, facts, and figures provides a logical and comprehensive basis for learning the intricacies of fraud examination and forensic accounting. The authors successfully blend the necessary basics with advanced principles in a manner that makes the book an outstanding resource for students and professionals alike."—Ralph Q. Summerford, President of Forensic/Strategic Solutions, PC



Research on Professional Responsibility and Ethics in Accounting

Research on Professional Responsibility and Ethics in Accounting Author Cynthia Jeffrey
ISBN-10 9781780527604
Release 2012
Pages 231
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Research on Professional Responsibility and Ethics in Accounting is devoted to publishing high-quality research and cases that focus on the professional responsibilities of accountants and how they deal with the ethical issues they face. The series features articles on a broad range of important and timely topics, including professionalism, social responsibility, corporate responsibility, ethical judgments, and accountability. The professional responsibilities of accountants are broad-based; they must serve clients and user groups whose needs, incentives, and goals may be in conflict. Further, accountants must interpret and apply codes of conduct, accounting and auditing principles, and securities regulations. Compliance with professional guidelines is judgment-based, and characteristics of the individual, the culture, and situation affect how these guidelines are interpreted and applied, as well as when they might be violated. Interactions between accountants, regulators, standard setters, and industries also have ethical components. Research into the nature of these interactions, resulting dilemmas, and how and why accountants resolve them is the focus of this journal.



The Ethics of Accounting and Finance

The Ethics of Accounting and Finance Author W. Michael Hoffman
ISBN-10 0899309976
Release 1996-01-01
Pages 229
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Members of the academic community, lawyers, government officials, and professionals in the accounting and financial services industries examine ethical issues of critical concern to contemporary business.



A Guide to Forensic Accounting Investigation

A Guide to Forensic Accounting Investigation Author Steven L. Skalak
ISBN-10 9781118017715
Release 2015-12-28
Pages 648
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Recent catastrophic business failures have caused some to rethink the value of the audit, with many demanding that auditors take more responsibility for fraud detection. This book provides forensic accounting specialists?experts in uncovering fraud?with new coverage on the latest PCAOB Auditing Standards, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, options fraud, as well as fraud in China and its implications. Auditors are equipped with the necessary practical aids, case examples, and skills for identifying situations that call for extended fraud detection procedures.



Fraud auditing and forensic accounting

Fraud auditing and forensic accounting Author Jack Bologna
ISBN-10 UOM:35128001931748
Release 1995-07-31
Pages 249
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Since publication of the first edition, the level of interest in fraud accounting and auditing continues to increase. The book focuses on investigation, detection, documentation, and prevention of accounting and stock frauds, employee theft, and embezzlement. Also provides detailed techniques and strategies.



Expert Fraud Investigation

Expert Fraud Investigation Author Tracy L. Coenen
ISBN-10 0470447842
Release 2009-01-23
Pages 208
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A fraud investigation is aimed at examining evidence to determine if a fraud occurred, how it happened, who was involved, and how much money was lost. Investigations occur in cases ranging from embezzlement, to falsification of financial statements, to suspicious insurance claims. Expert Fraud Investigation: A Step-by-Step Guide provides all the tools to conduct a fraud investigation, detailing when and how to investigate. This guide takes the professional from the point of opening an investigation, selecting a team, gathering data, and through the entire investigation process. Business executives, auditors, and security professionals will benefit from this book, and companies will find this a useful tool for fighting fraud within their own organizations.



Essentials of Forensic Accounting

Essentials of Forensic Accounting Author Michael A. Crain
ISBN-10 9781941651100
Release 2016-11-07
Pages 640
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The highly experienced authors of the Essentials of Forensic Accounting define and explain the disciplined approaches to forensic accounting that lead to a thorough knowledge of the varied specialties within forensic accounting. Through illustrative examples and explanations, this book makes abstract concepts come to life for both seasoned professionals and students and it will help them understand and navigate successfully in this multifaceted area. The Essentials of Forensic Accounting is an indispensable resource delivering matchless knowledge to practitioners, financial managers and students in understanding the complex elements and factors that impact the forensic accounting practice areas. This vital reference resource focuses the elements that must come together to effectively diminish the incidence and impact of fraudulent activities. The book addresses the main themes of Professional Responsibilities and Practice Management Fundamental Forensic Knowledge, Laws, Courts, and Dispute Resolution Specialized Forensic Knowledge, Bankruptcy, Insolvency, and Reorganization



Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination

Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination Author Mary-Jo Kranacher
ISBN-10 9780470437742
Release 2010-06-08
Pages 542
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Forensic Accounting provides comprehensive coverage of fraud detection and deterrence and includes the broader educational material of the forensic accounting field with all the necessary accompaniments. The text follows the model curriculum for education in fraud and forensic funded by the U.S. national Institute of Justice and developed by a Technical Working Group of experts in the field. The text serves as a comprehensive and authoritative resource for teaching forensic accounting concepts and procedures that is also and appropriate and pedagogically ready for class room use. This easy to read, comprehensive textbook includes case study examples to clearly explain technical concepts and bring the material to life.



Fraud Examination

Fraud Examination Author Joseph T. Wells
ISBN-10 MINN:31951D00839316H
Release 1992-01-01
Pages 369
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Wells explains how the professional interested in uncovering or documenting fraud can recognize fraud symptoms; obtain evidence, take statements and write reports; testify to findings; and assist in the prevention and detection of fraud.