Fraud: Don't be Blind (Sided)

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Designed For: Practicing CPAs, auditors, and accounting professionals who wish to improve their skills in fraud prevention, deterrence, and detection for their own organizations or business clients.

Product Code: FDBS-OL14

About the Author: Bruce A. Nunnally, CPA
Carr, Riggs & Ingram, LLC 
Miramar Beach, FL
bnunnally@cricpa.com

Category: Accounting and Auditing

Vendor: Florida Institute of CPAs

Format: Online

Price: $35.00 members, $45.00 non-members

CPE Credit:  2 hours of Accounting & Auditing

NASBA Fields of Study:  Auditing, Specialized Knowledge and Applications

Level:  Basic

Prerequisite:  Some familiarity with fraud prevention, deterrence, and detection.

Advance Preparation:  None

NOTE:  In order to receive CPE credit, the course must be purchased by the individual intending to take it.

Related Courses:  None

Learning Objectives:
After viewing this presentation, participants will be able to:
1.  Identify the two types of financial fraud.
2.  List the components of internal control.
3.  List the limitations of internal control.
4.  Describe how the three fraud indicators intersect.
5.  Describe the three components of a comprehensive antifraud program and provide examples of each.
6.  Identify the control weakness and audit approach that could mitigate fraud in real-life examples.

Description: This course reviews the basics of fraud and then analyzes actual fraud cases from the standpoints of internal controls, fraud detection, and fraud prevention.

You will receive 2 emails after registering for this course.  One email will contain the receipt for your course purchase, the other from support@courselaunch1.com providing you with instructions on how to log onto the course.