Have you ever thought that entering transactions, reconciling accounts, and preparing tax returns was the definition of accounting? You have probably seen it in your practice but just didn’t know what to do about it. We’re talking about accounting fraud. The good news is you can fight against it. This course introduces you to fraud case work. It’s about changing the way you look at financial data.
How to begin working in the area of fraud case work utilizing the same exact tools you currently know, but just changing the way you analyze what you are looking at. Learn how to create a simple case plan and checklist including tax return vs. accounting files. The importance of source documents. How to read a complaint.
CPAs and accountants.
Begin a fraud case engagement, onboard clients, pricing, engagement letters, and how to approach the initial meeting. Identify what you will need in order to create a successful case plan and checklists. Read a complaint document, damages summary, stipulation and protective order, exhibits, and the goals for your services as the accountant. Recognize the basic steps to begin the analysis of the case and provide expert opinions and how to write the findings in an expert report.
- Dawn Brolin
Non-Member Price $99.00
Member Price $79.00