- NY Credits : 4.0
- TX Credits : 4.0
Overview of Forensic Accounting
If you are concerned about financial discrepancies and financial fraud, then it is time to explore forensic accounting. Blend your auditing and investigative skills to minimize fraud risk by recognizing the red flags and implementing effective countermeasures. Learn the basics of fraud investigation and fraudulent financial reporting, including the legal elements. Learn techniques for giving expert testimony. Whether you are searching for fraud within your company or your client's company, you will find this course informative. Specifically, this course addresses how to conduct a forensic engagement, specific accounting and federal rules, computer-assisted forensic techniques, and reporting on findings.
This course meets the requirements to qualify for the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (CFE) fraud category, but it does not meet the requirements to qualify for California: Detection and/or Reporting of Fraud.
Upon successful completion of Overview of Forensic Accounting, the user should be able to:
explain a forensic investigation,
identify fraud in client operations,
discuss a forensic engagement,
describe findings and divorce engagements, and
summarize fraud deterrence services.