Unformatted text preview: d. Searching for legal evidence. e. All would be used. 64. Which white‐collar crimes does the FBI investigate? a. Money laundering. b. Bank fraud. c. Health care fraud. d. Environmental crimes. e. All of the above. Chapter 2:
3. A forensic accountant can normally assume that the books and records are true and correct. a. True b. False 5. Knowledge of both statute law and case law may be relevant to the goals or objectives of a forensic accountant. a. True b. False 6. Criminology is one area of the forensic accountant's knowledge base. a. True b. False 8. A psychology course would not be helpful for a forensic accountant. a. True b. False 19. Data‐driven forensic techniques will always detect fraud schemes, including bribery and kickbacks. a. True b. False 28. A kick‐back scheme can normally be caught by a data‐driven approach. a. True b. False 29. Fraud is much like an iceberg: many of the behavioral factors lurk on top of the water ready to sink a corporation. a. True b. False 30. A bribery scheme can best be caught by behavioral factors. Page 3 of 44 ...
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