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Financial Investigation and Forensic Accounting, Third Edition

Show all documents The value of frauds executed in these sectors has been very large and caused severe financial strain on individuals, corporations and the government. Many of these financial frauds could have been detected earlier and possibly avoided by the use of forensic accounting techniques. The aim of this study is to determine the financial investigation and Forensic Accounting to averting the frauds and misrepresentations in the corporate houses. Although, there is a need to have forensic accounting in Libya, its adoption and application does not appear to have been considered yet. Having a high level of awareness and acceptance among academics is important because it would reflect their intention and willingness to introduce and popularize forensic accounting where actualizing the procedure must happen through the universities. For instance, in order to introduce a new product, service, or program, there should be some level of awareness and acceptance of that new program.

Forensic Accounting and Investigation

The work would normally involve an investigation into the financial affairs of an entity and is often associated with investigations into alleged fraudulent activity. Forensic accounting refers to the whole process of investigating a financial matter, including potentially acting as an expert witness if the fraud comes to trial. Although this article focuses on investigations into alleged frauds, it is important to be aware that forensic accountants could be asked to look into non-fraud situations, such as the settling of monetary disputes in relation to a business closure or matrimonial disputes under insurance claims. The investigation is likely to be similar in many ways to an audit of financial information, in that it will include a planning stage, a period when evidence is gathered, a review process, and a report to the client. The purpose of the investigation, in the case of an alleged fraud, would be to discover if a fraud had actually taken place, to identify those involved, to quantify the monetary amount of the fraud ie the financial loss suffered by the client , and to ultimately present findings to the client and potentially to court.

Haynes ManualsThe Haynes Author : George A. Manning Ph. D CFE EA Description:In recent years, the law enforcement community has become more aware of white collar crime, yet has lacked the training for combating these criminals. Meanwhile, accountants are witnessing a rise in financial crime, but are not accustomed to examining for fraud during their audits. It has become imperative for students training for law enforcement and accounting careers to expand their knowledge and expertise to include both legal and financial aspects of economic crime. Written by a retired IRS agent with more than twenty years of experience, Financial Investigation and Forensic Accounting, Second Edition offers a thorough examination of current methods and legal concerns for the detection and prosecution of economic crime.

Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. The broad objective of the study is to examine the role of forensic accounting in curbing financial crimes. The study adopts a survey research design. The method was adopted because it is likely to generate the kind of information required as well as providing good basis for the generalization of findings. The population of the study comprises of staffs of selected banks. Primary data was used for the purpose of this research.

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As economic crimes continue to increase, accountants and law enforcement personnel must be vigilant in expanding their knowledge of ways to detect these clandestine operations. Written by a retired IRS agent with more than twenty years of experience, Financial Investigation and Forensic Accounting, Third Edition offers a complete examination of the current methods and legal considerations involved in the detection and prosecution of economic crimes. Following an overview of the economic cost of crime, the book examines different types of offenses with a financial element, ranging from arson to tax evasion. It explores offshore activities and the means criminals use to hide their ill-gotten gains.

Forensic Accounting and Fraud Deterrence

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    Pages·· MB·4, Downloads·New! Introduction What Is Forensic Accounting? Criminological Theories Motive Opportunity Financial Crimes Legal​.

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