THE CPA AS FRAUD-BUSTER - SAS no. 82--the first auditing statement to call a fraud a fraud--is now in effect. What are your responsibilities for fraud detection, documentation and reporting? What skills do you need? The time to educate yourself is now. Case study: Misappropriation of assets.
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|Contributors:||Barnett, Andrew H.; Brown, James E.; Fleming, Robert; Read, William J.|
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