Case 3.2

Auditing Cases: An Interactive Learning Approach (4th Edition)

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Case 3.2 – Nathan Johnson’s Rental Car Reimbursement [1] Nathan’s course of action would not be ethical. Nathan does not have a right to the $40. Even though the firm was nice enough to offer to pay what Nathan was originally charged the firm has no obligation to pay the overage on the bill. The $40 was a mistake on the car rental place’s part and has nothing to do with Nathan’s interview with the firm. [2] Nathan does have other ways to handle this situation. One way would be for Nathan
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Unformatted text preview: to insist that the firm wait for the correct receipt to reimburse him. Another option for Nathan would be for him to send in the incorrect receipt and indicate that there was overage that he is going to have credited to his account and request that the firm only pays what they are obligated to pay (the amount minus the $40). Either of the options would be better than Nathans current course of action....
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