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Holding accountants accountable : how professional standards can lead to personal liability / by Jeffrey G. Matthews

By: Matthews, Jeffrey G.
Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, 2020Description: xxviii, 212 p. ; electronic resource.ISBN: 9781119597698.Subject(s): Accountants | Auditors | Forensic accounting | Fraud | Ethics | StrategyOnline resources: Download as an eBook
Contents:
F - forgetting the present and past -- R - relying on others -- A - accepting, not verifying -- U - underestimating the effort -- D - determining the outcome before the work -- Overcoming barriers to reporting fraud and misconduct.
Summary: Offers a guide to avoid unethical situations in fraud investigations and maintain integrity and objectivity. Combines real-world techniques and practical advice with personal insights from a forensic accountant. Includes tips and real-world examples.
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F - forgetting the present and past -- R - relying on others -- A - accepting, not verifying -- U - underestimating the effort -- D - determining the outcome before the work -- Overcoming barriers to reporting fraud and misconduct.

Offers a guide to avoid unethical situations in fraud investigations and maintain integrity and objectivity. Combines real-world techniques and practical advice with personal insights from a forensic accountant. Includes tips and real-world examples.

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