The Fraud Beat - THE PADDING THAT HURTS - Executives can cheat on their expense accounts, just as rank-and-file workers can. When the independent auditor discovers such abuse, he or she must take action. Therefore auditors must know what to do if management commits even "immaterial" fraud.
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Journal of accountancy : publication of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. - Jersey City, NJ : Inst., ISSN 0021-8448, ZDB-ID 2193590. - Vol. 195.2003, 2, p. 67-69
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