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With the turmoil of the economic landscape, we see an increase in financial crimes and frauds. Although many companies have in-house accountants who keep their eyes out for irregularities in business records, there are cases of new fraudulent and illegal activities. Many of these can only be uncovered by an in-depth analysis of the company's records and books. Forensic accountants are those charged with the task of cross-checking various financial records of the business to find anomalies that could uncover fraudulent or illegal activities. This introductory course reviews the characteristics and skills needed to be a forensic accountant.
This overview course may be appropriate for professionals at all organizational levels.Thomson Reuters is committed to bringing innovative solutions to you, now including nano-learning! As per NASBA Standards, a nano-learning course is a 10-minute, electronic, self-study course in which you are eligible to earn 1/5 (or 0.2) CPE credits.
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Upon successful completion of this course, the user should be able to:
identify the characteristics and skills needed to be a forensic accountant.