Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination

Read Chapters 9, 10, and 11 in Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination.

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Evidence

Read “Evidence,” from Gale Encyclopedia of Everyday Law (3rd ed.) (2013).

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Overcoming Obstacles To Engagement Letter Use

Read “Overcoming Obstacles To Engagement Letter Use,” from Journal of Accountancy (2018).

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Be sure to answer all questions:

  • When approaching an investigation, what are the challenges an investigator faces with providing evidence of intent on the part of the fraudster?
  • What constitutes evidence for an investigation?
  • Compare the four types of evidence often presented in a case.

In your responses, comment on a classmate’s perspective of challenges when providing evidence of the intent on the part of the fraudster. How would you manage this challenge differently?



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