||CPE Credits: 20
Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: Basic Accounting Knowledge
According to the 2012 Report to the Nations, financial statement fraud is the most costly form of occupational fraud, causing a median loss of $1 million. The infamous fraud involving the “Crazy Eddie” chain of electronics stores in New York was no exception. In this compelling DVD self-study course, you will hear Sam Antar, a former fraudster, describe a frenetic world of flamboyant pitchmen, manipulated competitors, bait-and switch schemes and inventory fraud.
The workbook contains in-depth information about financial statement fraud, as well as interactive, practical problems and case studies. It also includes discussions of fraud schemes including fraudulent off-balance sheet transactions, stock options backdating and improper pension and post-retirement benefit accounting schemes.
What you will learn:
In-depth exploration of financial statement fraud at HealthSouth
Case examples throughout the course
Discussion of Auditing Standard No. 5
Fraud detection responsibilities of management and auditors
Financial statement fraud scheme classifications
Fictitious revenues and concealed liabilities and expenses
Improper disclosures and asset valuations
Table of Contents
Field of study: Accounting
Last Updated: July 2011
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