Accounting Irregularities in Financial Statements: A Definitive Guide for Litigators, Auditors, and Fraud Investigators
Accounting irregularities are at the heart of those kinds of frauds that hit financial statements and include misstatement, misclassification as well as misrepresentation. This book provides an in-depth practical reference for those professionals who need to understand, prevent and combat against accounting irregularities in financial statements.
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Overview of Financial Reporting Environments
Basics of Accounting Irregularities
Tangible fixed assets
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