The CPA Journal Millennium Series - Preventing Fraudulent Financial Reporting - Detecting financial fraud and communicating it to management can be difficult for even the best auditors. A recent study by the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations (COSO) highlighted six key areas in a "fraud profile" that auditors can use to reduce exposure to fraudulent financial reporting.
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|Contributors:||Beasley, Mark S.; Carcello, Joseph V.; Hermanson, Dana R.|
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