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Identifying Fraud Risks (4172868C)

 
Date:Thursday, December 21, 2017
Time:4:00 PM - 7:30 PM
(Registration at 3:30 PM)
Facility:Webcast or Webinar, Online
CPE Credit:4.0 Accounting and Auditing
Instructor: Arthur L. Berkowitz
Vendor:California CPA Education Foundation
Course Level:Overview
Early Bird Price:$120.00 FICPA Members, $180.00 Non-Members

Description:

Meet the four hour fraud education requirement while gaining an overview of the current auditing requirements. Learn about a brief history of recent public company frauds while focusing on the interactive case studies bringing these situations to life. Additionally, the case studies include fraud in tax and governmental organizations. Hear the story of a CPA who crossed the line from unethical behavior to fraud. What would you do if someone in your company or firm made a decision that put you and your organization at risk? Engage in a discussion regarding differences between small and large company frauds. Analyze the costs/benefits of fraud prevention compared to fraud detection. 



Objectives:
  • Review SAS 99 and related rules governing the profession in regards to fraud.
  • Identify the connection between our auditing procedures and detecting fraud.
  • Recognize what we can learn from past frauds.
  • Compare and contrast the differences between risks in small and and large companies.
  • Identify benefits and costs between detection and prevention of fraud. 


Major Topics:
  • SAS 99 and the rules which govern the profession
  • Financial statement case studies
  • Tax fraud case studies
  • Government fraud case studies


Who Should Attend:

CPAs in industry, government and public practice.



Prerequisite:
None.

Advanced Preparation:
None.

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