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McGrew Assignment 1-1 - Trish McGrew BSFR341-E2WW Fraud...

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Trish McGrew BSFR341-E2WW Fraud Examination Beth Hewitt, Instructor August 18 2009 1. How does “fraud examination” differ from “forensic accounting”? People, such as law enforcement officials, corporate security specialists, or private investigators, can conduct fraud examinations. Forensic accounting does not always include fraud, but also bankruptcy, business valuations and disputes, divorce, and a host of other litigation support services. Fraud examination is the process of determining whether a fraud has occurred and to determine who is responsible. Forensic accounting is usually done to verify that all financial data is correct. (pg4) 2. There are several steps involved in the fraud theory approach. What are they? Analyze available data Create a hypothesis Test the hypothesis Refine and amend the hypothesis There must be sufficient predication for uncovering fraud, such as, an anonymous tip. 3.
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