||CPE Credits: 8
Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: Basic Knowledge of Accounting and Auditing
A mathematical theory conceived over 70 years ago has aided numerous anti-fraud professionals in solving embezzlement, insurance claims and money laundering cases. See how this theory could help you on your next fraud case. This self-study course will teach you the history behind Benford’s Law and how to apply it while undertaking a fraud audit or fraud examination. A great resource for fraud examiners, auditors, attorneys, prosecutors and investigators.
What you will learn:
Investigative and audit sampling methods
The theory behind Benford’s Law
How to apply Benford’s Law to embezzlement, bankruptcy, insurance claims, tax fraud, money laundering and fraudulent transfer cases
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Field of Study: Auditing
Last updated: August 2012
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