||CPE Credits: 10
Course Level: Basic
Hear the stories of three notorious financial statement fraud cases in this compelling self-study video course. Through the use of these real life case studies, learn the various methods of detecting and preventing financial statement and financial reporting fraud. This self-study course also provides an overview of the responsibilities of the accountant, auditor and fraud examiner in responding to allegations of financial statement fraud.
What you will learn:
Legal elements of financial statement fraud
Improper revenue recognition schemes, including substance vs. form and percentage of completion
Methods of detecting potential financial statement and financial reporting fraud
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Field of Study: Accounting
Last updated: July 2011
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