Unit 3 assignment for Advance Forensic accounting

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Advance Forensic Accounting, Section 465-01 Unit 3 Projects November 2, 2010 Exercise 2-11 what four disciplines make up the knowledge base of forensic accounting? The four basic disciplines that make up the knowledge base of the forensic accountant could be described as an understanding of accounting, criminology, law, and investigative auditing techniques. Along with these four categories it would be great idea for the forensic accountant to have excellent computer skills and excellent oral and written communication skills. Exercise 2-33 how valuable is computer knowledge to a forensic accountant? Courses on information systems are valuable, important, and helpful. A forensic accountant would be able to understand how computers work, computer networks, along with the internet work. Taking courses on computers knowledge base are very helpful because as a forensic accountant they would need to know how a cyber crime is played out and how to detect the different varies of a cyber crime. Exercise 3-9 where might financial statement fraud occur in a company? (E.g. what are some red
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