Accountants are truth-seekers and truth-tellers. That’s what we do. And in order to do our job well, we need to ask questions. We can’t ignore red flags that signal to us that there are problems to be addressed. This accounting and ethics webcast is the first of two “Do Ask and Do Tell” workshops, and considers the ethical duty to ask questions when red flags are present.
Thinking about the Ethics of Inquisitiveness, Red Flags Backgrounde: Awareness as a Technical Standard Awareness as Professional Ethics Duty Awareness and the Conceptual Framework, Cases and Controversies In re DNTW Chtd. Accountants Secs. Litig. Dobina v. Weatherford Int’lOmanoff v. Patrizio & Zhao LLC Conclusion
To recognize and respond properly to “red flags” that signal the possibility of financial statement (or tax return) misrepresentation, is both: An ethical duty of accountants; and An accounting duty of accountants. This Workshop takes into account both of these types of duties (ethical and accounting) and considers recent cases and controversies in light of both of these duties.
- Albert Spalding
Non-Member Price $109.00
Member Price $79.00