American Airlines Inc.
AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR CO. INC.
General & Administrative
NAVY RECRUITING COMMAND
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
UNIVERSAL TECHNICAL INSTITUTE
ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANY LTD
1) A spreadsheet
A) is the core of a slide presentation.
B) is an electronic file that is used to write text
and graphics on the web.
C) is an electronic file that contains a grid of
columns and rows for related data.
D) is another word for a letter
College Student Shopping Habits 2014
College Students Shopping Habits
Textbook Problems/Cases: Chapter 8
8-1. How is the threshold for predication determined? (p. 203)
The threshold for predication can be determined by something as innocuous as an anonymous tip
or complaint with some supporting evidence to substantiate it.
Review Questions: Chapter 7
7-2. Generally, how is the problem of management override and collusion addressed? (p.175)
Because prevention is not possible in a collusive environment, the principal internal control
procedures will be centered on detection.
Review Questions: Chapter 6
6-1. What remedies are available through the civil and criminal justice systems? (p.138)
- In the civil process: monetary damages
- In the criminal process: fines, community service, probation, incarceration, censure, and even
1. What is the expectation gap related to fraud detection and the role of the external
You should not be relying solely on external audit to deter, detect, and prevent fraud in all
instances. The role of the external auditor is to provide not an
Review Questions: Chapter 16
16-1. What is meant by remediation? (p.488)
Remediation represents the steps necessary to clean up the mess after a fraud or financial crime
has been discovered and investigated, and the results of the investigation have been
Review Questions: Chapter 5
5-2. What is the difference between computer fraud and computer crime? (p.115-116)
Computer-based fraud and financial crimes are any defalcation, fraud, or financial crime
accomplished by tampering with computer programs, data
Textbook Problems/Cases: Chapter 9
9-2. Why are interviews in fraudulent financial statements and tax returns handled differently
than interviews in other fraud examinations? (p. 235-236)
Instead of moving from the general to the specific in other fraud e
Review Questions: Chapter 4
4-1. What is the difference between a predator and an accidental fraudster? (p.86-87)
A predator deliberately seeks out organizations where he or she can start to scheme almost
immediately upon being hired; basically he or she
Review Questions: Chapter 3
3-1. Describe occupational fraud and abuse. (p.60)
It is the use of ones occupation for personal enrichment through the deliberate misuse or
misapplication of the employing organizations resources or assets. Common violations i
Review Questions: Chapter 15
15-4. What must an injured party prove to be successful in a claim for damages? (p.456)
The injured party must prove two points:
Liability: That the other party was liable for all or part of the damages claimed
In-class Quiz #2 Managerial Accounting, Eve Spring 2008 Take Home 100 Points
Rosalie Palmer 3 26 - 08
Quiz is due 3/26/08 by 6:00PM Submit your solution to the quiz in class only, not electronically! No late quizzes will be accepted for credit