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As well as published ratios for each of these companies for the same period. Without revealing the identity of either company, I ask the students to examine the data and try to determine which company experienced the fraud. Most students are able to correctly identify Xerox. In class, I have the students reveal the ‘‘clues’’ that lead them to their conclusion, most of which tend to relate to significant increases in profitability. It is important to point out that Xerox sold receivables to a third party in 1999 for $1,495 million.

Wygal, D. E. (2004). Using games to enhance student understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities. Issues in Accounting Education, 19(1), 85–99. Jennings, M. M. (2004). Incorporating ethics and professionalism into accounting education and research: A discussion of the voids and advocacy for training in seminal works in business ethics. Issues in Accounting Education, 19(1), 7–26. Knapp, M. C. (2007). ). Mason, OH: South-Western. Licata, M. , Bremser, W. , & Rollins, T. P. (1997).

Workpapers were incomplete, undated, and unsigned) The auditors made undocumented changes to Red flags and risk prior year workpapers and discarded assessment documents during a post audit review when considering resigning given a class action shareholder lawsuit alleging accounting fraud. The post audit revisions were not dated to indicate that they had been made as part of a post audit review. The auditors had discarded most post audit reviewer notes, as well as numerous other documents JILL M.

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