Fraud - 4 Credit Auditing Course (4091)
Course description and objectives:
The course addresses various issues related to fraud. In particular, accountants and auditors need to be aware of the types of fraud that clients and employees may be committing, especially in light of myriad lawsuits against auditors and accountants. Topics include a review of the results of the fraud Report to the Nation, types of fraud, auditor’s role in addressing fraud, and the accountant’s responsibility for fraud in a compilation and review engagement. The course also discusses miscellaneous fraud-related issues including whistleblowing, anti-fraud measures, considering an entity’s fraud scorecard, and more.
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Study the course text, which may be downloaded and printed, and take the Review Questions for each chapter. Then take the Final Exam. A Final Exam consists of 5 questions per credit hour with unlimited attempts. Final exams are divided into 25 question parts for of ease taking and re-taking longer exams. Each part is graded separately and may be re-taken separately. All parts must be passed with a minimum score of 70% to complete a course. Upon successful completion, the participant will automatically receive a Certificate of Completion. The certificate may be printed.
To Save your Progress on an exam, simply close without submitting.
After submitting your answers, it is recommended to Print Results before finishing and closing an exam part. You may print to PDF or hard copy.
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