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About this Item Language: English. Brand new Book. Covers everything a forensic accountant may face, from investigations of mergers and acquisitions to tax inquiries to economic crime What to do if you find or suspect financial fraud in your own organization Determining what is fraud and how to investigate Whether you're a student pursuing a career in forensic accounting or just want to understand how to detect and deal with financial fraud, Forensic Accounting For Dummies has you covered.
Forensic accounting — get the scoop on who seeks out the services of a forensic accountant and the many types of services you'd be expected to provide Who's cooking the books? Store Description Book Depository is an international bookseller. Chapter 6: Investigating Inventory Fraud.
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Chapter 7: Examining Revenue Recognition Problems. Chapter 8: Studying Securities Fraud. Chapter 9: Divorce with a Side of Fraud.
Chapter Protecting Estates, Trusts, and the Elderly. Chapter Recognizing Real Estate Fraud. Chapter Walking through the Investigation Process.
Chapter Tracing the Flow of Money. Chapter Going to the Source: Obtaining Records. Chapter Tapping into Electronic Evidence.
Chapter Who Wants to Know? Reporting on Your Findings. Chapter Preparing for Trial: Business Litigation.