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- Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination, 2nd Edition
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Some content that appears in print may not be available in electronic books. For more information about Wiley products, visit our web site at www. Singleton, Aaron J. Includes index. White collar crime investigation—United States. Forensic accounting—United States. Fraud investigation—United States. Fraud auditing and forensic accounting. W47B65 When times are bad, people steal more! Since time immortal, there have always been a number of humans who are bent in their ethics, morals, sociological makeup, psychological makeup, or sense of justice, and are ready, willing, and able to commit crimes of all types, including white-collar crimes.
But hard economic times seem to cause a few more than normal to crumble under the economic pressure and give in to the temptation to commit a fraud.
About 49 percent also saw an increase in the dollar amount of the losses due to fraud. Obviously, and empirically evident in the ACFE study, pressure has increased on an increasing number of people due to the recession.
And as all antifraud professionals know, pressure is a key to the occurrence of frauds. Therefore, there is a greater need than ever for corporations, companies, and government agencies to be vigilant to protect assets that are more precious than ever. We are proud to be a part of the fourth edition of this book.
Chapters 2 through 5 provide the basics of fraud such as fraud schemes, how they are perpetrated, what red flags similar to fingerprints exist for certain types of schemes, understanding the fraudster, and a fraud risk assessment to identify weak areas. Chapter 13 focuses on the nonfinancial aspects of fraud investigation. Chapters 14 through 16 focus on the legal disposition of a fraud investigation and the major legal concepts, principles, and help for fraud auditors and forensic accountants, especially related to evidence and expert testimony.
Chapter 17 is written specifically for public accounting and CPAs. The material has been slightly reorganized from the third edition to make reading and assimilation of the content easier. New material includes updates in fraud response a new Chapter 8 , computer-related fraud Chapter 9 , cyber forensics Chapter 12 , physiological aspects of the fraudster a new Chapter 13 , and fraud and the CPA Chapter We hope this book enables and empowers auditors, CPAs, law enforce- ment, risk and loss prevention professionals, and all others who have a responsibility related to fraud to better prevent, detect, and respond to fraud.
Tommie W. Singleton Aaron J. In , Dr. Tommie Singleton interviewed Jack Bologna as part of his dissertation at the University of Mississippi on the topic of pioneers in electronic data processing EDP audit. Bologna was indeed a pioneer not only in EDP audit, but also in forensic accounting. Jack was involved with the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners ACFE in its early days, was editor for what may have been the first forensic accounting journal in the s, and was an academic who taught forensic accounting.
His contributions are a monument and testimony to his knowledge and abilities regarding fraud. Robert Lindquist has a strong reputation of being a fraud expert and is sought after as an expert witness in fraud cases.
His work and efforts are stellar, and he is a well-respected professional in Canada and the United States. Second, we would like to thank some individuals who have helped us in our professional growth.
Singleton about 14 years ago. Singleton taught for many of those years. He has taught us much regarding the legal elements of fraud, digital evidence, and the law enforcement perspec- tive of fraud. He also has taught us to have fun when circumstances allow it. Indeed, Alton is a favorite of former students for these reasons. Like Alton, Kevin is a staple in Dr. He became a supporter of Dr.
Singleton instantly at their first meeting, and has been a faithful, instrumental supporter over the last eight years. No one has been more inspiring or financially supportive of Dr. Another person who has been instrumental in teaching, supporting, and modeling the antifraud profession to us is retired U.
Treasury investigator Lynn Shobe. Lynn is a key leader in our area, especially for the local ACFE chapter. But he also is an adjunct professor for the forensic accounting program at UAB where Dr.
Singleton is the director of that program and an associate professor. Third, we want to extend a special thank you to Sheck Cho, Wiley editor. He has been a wonderful supporter of our efforts not only on two editions of this book, but on another book as well. Stacey Rivera, our development editor on this edition, was professional throughout, patient and kind, and a joy to work with. Barnum Trust everyone, but cut the deck. Almost everyone has read about corporate financial statement frauds such as Enron and WorldCom, or frauds against the govern- ment such as false claims following Katrina, or huge Ponzi schemes such as the Madoff scam that set a new record for losses associated with a fraud.
The economic downturn that began in has made it hard to rebound from such losses. To make matters worse, reports on activities related to fraud bear bad news. Its Annual Report shows a 33 percent increase in complaint submissions over , which is the trend over this decade.
The NICB reports that questionable claims reports in the first half of has increased 13 percent over first half of and the numbers in nearly all referral categories are rising as well. Results were published in , , , , and Fraud clearly continues to cost organizations and society huge sums of money, both recently and throughout the history of commercial business.
The person had to be trustworthy, responsible, and able to handle a position of influence. In the United States, fraud began at least as early as the Pilgrims and early settlers. Since early America was largely agricultural, many frauds centered around land schemes. Perhaps the most infamous colonial era land scheme was the purchase of Manhattan Island what is now Brooklyn , bought from the Canarsie Indians.
In this case, the Native Americans tricked the white man, as the Canarsie Indians sold land not even connected to Manhattan Island, and Manhattan Island was inhabited by Manhattan Indians, to whom the Dutch had to pay a second time for the land. Land swindles grew as America expanded west. The advent of business organizations created new opportunities for fraud. The earliest corporations were formed in seventeenth-century Europe.
Nations chartered new corporations and gave them public missions in exchange for a legal right to exist, separation of ownership from management, and limited liability that protected shareholders from losses of the business entity. The first major corporate fraud is probably the fraud known as the South Sea Bubble.
Although the Bank of England offered also to assume the debt, Parliament approved the assumption of the debt by the South Sea Company. Not only did capital stay in England, but many Dutch investors bought South Sea stock, thus increasing the inflationary pressure. The sell-off was begun largely by directors them- selves cashing in on huge stock profits. As the stock price began to decline, the company directors attempted to talk up and prop up the stock e.
With investors outraged, and as many of them were aristocrats, Parlia- ment was recalled in December and an investigation began. As part of that investigation, an external auditor, Charles Snell, was hired to examine the books of the South Sea Company.
This hiring was the first time in the history of accounting that an outside auditor was brought in to audit books, and marks the beginning of Chartered Accountants in England and thus the beginning of Certified Public Accountants CPAs and financial audits as we know them today. Thus CPAs owe their profession, at least to a large extent, to a fraud. In , Snell submitted his report. He uncovered widespread corruption and fraud among the directors in particular and among company officials and their friends at Westminster.
Unfortunately, some of the key players had already fled the country with the incriminating records in their possession. Those who remained were examined and some estates were confiscated.
Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination, 2nd Edition
The 30 credit-hour online program is comprised of a core curriculum of forensic and fraud examination classes centered on data analytics for success in this career path. Students complete an intensive month program with online classes and two required residencies. Courses build throughout the program to incorporate previously acquired skills and allow students to immediately put those skills to use through hands-on experiential learning. In the second residency, students will concentrate on the detection of deception during an interview and testify as expert witnesses in moot court. Content incorporates auditing, information technology, financial, and managerial accounting, etc. Any exceptions to the above standards must be approved in writing by the Assistant or Associate Dean and the Program Coordinator. To gain admission to the M.
Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination introduces students and professionals to the world of fraud detection and deterrence, providing a solid foundation in core concepts and methods for both public and private sector environments. Aligned with the National Institute of Justice NIJ model curriculum, this text provides comprehensive and up-to-date coverage of asset misappropriation, corruption, fraud, and other topics a practicing forensic accountant encounters on a daily basis. A focus on real-world practicality employs current examples and engaging case studies to reinforce comprehension, while in-depth discussions clarify technical concepts in an easily relatable style. Amidst increased demand for forensic accounting skills, even for entry-level accountants, this text equips students with the knowledge and skills they need to successfully engage in the field. Probability and statistics are increasingly important in a huge range of professions. But many people use ….
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Richard Dull and Richard A. Riley, Jr. This book was written to provide a basic perspective of forensic accounting and fraud investigation. It includes topics such as the elements of fraud, the typical perpetrator of fraud as well as predators , and the attributes of most fraudsters such as the fraud triangle and diamond.
Forensic accountants are experienced auditors , accountants , and investigators of legal and financial documents that are hired to look into possible suspicions of fraudulent activity within a company; or are hired by a company who may just want to prevent fraudulent activities from occurring. They also provide services in areas such as accounting, antitrust , damages, analysis, valuation, and general consulting. Forensic accountants have also been used in divorces , bankruptcy , insurance claims, personal injury claims, fraudulent claims, construction, royalty audits, and tracking terrorism by investigating financial records. Many forensic accountants work closely with law enforcement personnel and lawyers during investigations and often appear as expert witnesses during trials. Forensic accounting or forensic accountancy has been used since the time of the ancient Egyptians when Pharaoh had scribes account for his gold and other assets.
Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination, 2nd Edition
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