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Case Study Three Kevin Kaspar Rasmussen College Author’s Note This paper will be submitted on Sun. March 11 th , 2018, to Mark Jonas’ Financial Investigation course.
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Question One My opinion is that Bob could be right. According to Jodi Chavez (2015), complaints consistently being written off as nonsense venting by management are the best way to identify fraud. He argues that, if employees complain about something, the administration should not take them lightly, but rather they should dig dipper into such situations to identify the causes and what led to such issues. In the case of Russia Ruble hotel, the owner, Minos Brezhnev should have taken seriously the complaints which the employees were lodging as their reasons for quitting their jobs. Such claims such as low wages and nonexistent benefits may indicate financial fraud. Sometimes the financial officer might be deducting salaries of those employees in the name of profits deductions for his personal use. Changing of the hotel usual vendors may lead to rounded-amount invoices. Such invoices
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  • Spring '14
  • Accounting, Political corruption, Russia Ruble hotel, owner’s brother-in-law

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