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IS YOUR BUSINESS VULNERABLE TO FRAUD?
It's not a secret that corporate fraud and scandal are real threats to business today, from which no business, large or small, is immune. Fraud losses are devastating-but they are also highly avoidable. Policies & Procedures to Prevent Fraud and Embezzlement shows you how to proactively safeguard your business's assets and reputation from countless plots, schemes, and even identity theft.
This invaluable tool prepares auditing CPAs, internal auditors, fraud investigators, and managers to:
Embezzlement and fraud are realities that all organizations must confront, with the growing list of collapsed corporate giants serving as evidence of the destruction caused by financial abuses. Policies & Procedures to Prevent Fraud and Embezzlement offers provocative new strategies to deal with this ongoing dilemma and serves as a road map to reduce financial dishonesty in the workplace.
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Section 1 Embezzlement: Who Does It and When.
The Perpetrators: Who They Are, Why They Do It, and How They AreCaught.
The Embezzler’s “Window of Opportunity”.
Section 2 Statement of Auditing Standard No. 99“Consideration of Fraud in a Financial StatementAudit”.
Statement of Auditing Standard No. 99 “Consideration ofFraud in a Financial Statement Audit”.
Section 3 Essential Internal Control and AdministrativeProcedures to Avoid Embezzlement.
The Background Check.
Conditions of Employment Agreement.
Conflicts of Interest.
Confidentiality of Information.
Signers on Bank Accounts.
Deposit Security and Restrictive Endorsements.
Cash Register Issues.
Computer File Backups.
Check and Wire Transfer Signatures.
Company Credit Cards.
Lines of Credit.
Bad Debt Policy.
Stop Payment Orders.
Numbered Check Request Forms.
CPA Management Letters.
Random Disbursement Checks.
Section 4 Clever Examples of Embezzlement.
Payroll Tax Deposits.
Ghosts on the Payroll and Ghost Vendors.
The Danger of Acronyms.
Bank Account Reconciliations.
Manual Checks (Handwritten and Typed).
Section 5 Steps to Take If You Have Been Victimized byFraud.
Documenting a Fraud Action Plan.
Fraud Examinations and Assembling the Fraud Team.
The Basics of Forensic Accounting.
Section 6 Identity Theft.
Identity Theft Issues.
Section 7 Internal Control Analysis, Documentation, andRecommendations for Improvement.
CPA Financial Statements, Management Letters, and ConsultingAgreements.