Fraud Auditing and Forensic Accounting by Tommie W. Singleton, Aaron J. Singleton PDF

By Tommie W. Singleton, Aaron J. Singleton

Get the newest instruments in fraud auditing and eliminate fraud on your organizationWith the accountability of detecting and fighting fraud positioned without delay at the accounting career, you're liable for spotting fraud and studying the instruments and techniques essential to cease it. Fraud Auditing and Forensic Accounting, 3rd version exhibits you ways to advance an investigative eye towards either inner and exterior fraud and offers the most important details on tips to care for it whilst discovered.This authoritative, well timed publication equips auditors, investigators, company legal professionals, and accountants to spot the indicators of economic fraud and effectively examine it. This new version will assist you to:Recognize the features of corporations during which fraud is probably going to occurDetect and deter accounting fraud, utilizing the main lately built techniquesConduct an effective, systematic fraud investigationUse the most recent equipment for documenting fraud and getting ready evidence-and a lot morePRAISE FOR Fraud Auditing and Forensic Accounting, 3rd Edition"An first-class primer for constructing and imposing an antifraud application as a part of a SOX 404, fraud prevention and detection approach. a transparent and concise background of fraud and the tools had to deter it now and for the long run. it really is like having a professor on name and on your place of work if you happen to want one. good written with easy-to-understand definitions and examples, it is a must-read for a person who's placing a monetary research unit in place."—George Mullins, CFE, HealthSouthInternal Audit supervisor and undertaking supervisor, Antifraud Program"The e-book is a wonderful anti-fraud source for these pros charged with the accountability of detecting, investigating, and combating fraud. I additionally hugely suggest it to educators as a potential textbook for a semester-long direction in macro fraud examination."—Thomas Buckhoff, PhD, CPA, CFE, affiliate Professor of Forensic Accounting, Georgia Southern collage, and crucial, FraudWise, LLC"This ebook, larger than the other in print, hits the topic parts I disguise in my fraud exam and forensic accounting type. The authors have performed a very good activity of proposing complex phrases and strategies in a way for college students to appreciate. I quite just like the presentation of a fraud's endgame, specifically the courtroom case that recovers resources and places those creeps in jail."—Douglas E. Ziegenfuss, Professor and Chair, division of Accounting,Old Dominion college

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2. Southern Development Co. v. S. C. Rep. 881, 31 L. Ed. (1887). 3. Edwin H. Sutherland, White-Collar Crime (New York: Dryden Press, 1949), p. 234; Donald L. Cressey, Other People’s Money (New York: Free Press, 1949), p. 30; Norman Jaspan and Hillel Black, The Thief in the White Collar (Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1960), p. 37; and Frank E. Hartung, Crime, Law, and Society (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1965), pp. 125–136. 4. Sutherland, White-Collar Crime. 5. Cressey, Other People’s Money.

At times, a forensic accountant can meet with those persons affected by the allegations, rumors, or inquiries; they may view the accountant as an independent and objective party, and thus be more willing to engage in discussion. Litigation support. Litigation support includes assisting counsel in investigating and assessing the integrity and amount relating to such areas as loss of profits, construction claims, product liability, shareholder disputes, bankruptcies, and breach of contract. Obviously, litigation support is initiated by an attorney responding to some kind of legal action.

15. James A. Hall and Tommie Singleton, IT Auditing & Assurance (New York: Southwestern, 2004). 16. W. S. Albrecht and C. Albrecht, Fraud Examination and Prevention (New York: Thomson/Southwestern, 2004). qxp 7/11/06 2:47 PM Page 33 CHAPTER 2 Fundamentals of Fraud Auditing and Forensic Accounting INTRODUCTION The Federal Bureau of Investigation estimates that fraud in health insurance alone costs $80 billion each year. The National Insurance Crime Bureau says that 10% of all auto insurance claims, 15% of auto theft claims, and 20% of workers’ compensation claims involve some form of fraud.

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