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### 1093_T1_Review

Course: MAT 1093, Spring 2012
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Chapter 2 Review Questions 2-1 (Learning objective 2-1) How is &quot;skimming&quot; defined? Answer: Skimming is the theft of cash from a victim organization prior to its entry in the organization's accounting system. (Learning objective 2-2) What are the two princ
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Chapter 3 Review Questions 3-1 (Learning objective 3-1) What is cash larceny? Answer: Cash larceny involves the intentional taking away of an employer's cash without the consent, and against the will, of the employer. Cash larceny schemes involve the thef
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Chapter 5 Review Questions 5-1 (Learning objective 5-1) Assume there are two thefts of checks at ABC Company. In the first case, an employee steals an outgoing check that is drawn on ABC's account, and is payable to &quot;D. Jones.&quot; The perpetrator forges the
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Presentations Comments: Group 1 Pros: All speakers made good eye contact with audience Entertaining Very organized Cons: Limited use of multimedia Two speakers were speaking too fast One speaker had somewhat inappropriate dressing Group 2 Pros: All speake
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Chapter 1Introduction to Fraud ExaminationLearning Objectives Define fraud examination and differentiate it from auditing. Understand the fraud theory approach. Define occupational fraud. Define fraud. Define abuse. Know the difference between fraud an
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Chapter 2Skimming1Chapter Objectives Define skimming. List and understand the two principal categories of skimming schemes. Understand how sales skimming is committed and concealed. Understand schemes involving understated sales. Understand how cash r
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Chapter 3Cash Larceny1Pop QuizWhat is the difference between larceny and skimming?2Learning Objectives Define cash larceny. Understand how cash receipts schemes differ from fraudulent disbursements. Recognize the difference between cash larceny and
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Chapter 4Billing Schemes1Pop QuizWhat is a pass-through billing scheme?2Learning Objectives List the five major categories of fraudulent disbursements. Define the term &quot;billing schemes.&quot; List the three categories of billing schemes. Understand what
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Chapter 5Check Tampering1 Define check tampering. Understand the five principal categories of check tampering. Detail the means by which employees fraudulently obtain company checks. Understand how forged signatures are created on blank check stock. Be
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Chapter 6Payroll Schemes1Learning Objectives List and understand the three main categories of payroll fraud. Understand the relative cost and frequency of payroll frauds. Define a ghost employee. List and understand the four steps to making a ghost em
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Chapter 7Expense Reimbursement Schemes1Learning Objectives Explain what constitutes expense reimbursement fraud. Discuss the data on expense reimbursement fraud from the 2009 Global Fraud Survey. Understand how mischaracterized expense reimbursement s
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Chapter 9Non-Cash Assets1Learning Objectives List the five categories of tangible non-cash misappropriations discussed in this chapter. Discuss the data on non-cash misappropriations from the 2009 Global Fraud Survey. Explain how misuse of non-cash as
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Chapter 14Conducting Investigations and Report Writing1Learning Objectives Understand the circumstances that may necessitate an internal investigation. Identify who should be part of a fraud examination team. Define evidence. Be familiar with several
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