The Fraud Beat - DUMB AND DUMBER - How stupid can they be? You might be surprised. Here's a roundup of stories about some not-so-bright fraudsters. For all CPAS.
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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. 199.2005, 5, p. 93-98
THE FRAUD BEAT - When the Boss Trumps Internal Controls - The combination of a feared CEO and a flawed fraud detection system proved an expensive lesson for a large public university. The CPA who uncovered the misappropriation of funds had the courage and conviction to go against a powerful and vindictive leader who thrived on the intimidation of her staff.
Wells, Joseph T., (2006)
The Fraud Beat - WHEN YOU SUSPECT FRAUD - Tracking and proving fraud are better undertaken by specialists. This case study follows one investigation that covered all the bases to document the evidence, present it wisely in court and secure a conviction. For all CPAs.
Wells, Joseph T., (2005)
Fraud - SMALL BUSINESS, BIG LOSSES - Though corporate frauds capture the headlines, it actually is small businesses that suffer the most from fraud crimes. Almost 50% of reported frauds took place in companies with fewer than 100 employees. For external auditors, internal auditors and CPAs with small-business clients.
Wells, Joseph T., (2004)
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