The Red Flags of Financial Statement Fraud

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The Red Flags of Financial Statement Fraud

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Let’s get down to business… and the issues CPAs face in industry. As the most engaged advisor in a company’s financial health, how do you handle the factors not quantified on a P&L or real-world exchanges that don’t follow IRS definitions to a tee?

  • Financial statement fraud accounts for 10% of all white-collar crime, can you spot the red flags?
  • IT continues to impact the risk in the financial realm – determine a budget for your specific IT needs.
  • Leverage the unquantifiable factors of financial statements to build organizational value.

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 The Red Flags of Financial Statement Fraud

Ten percent of white-collar crime incidents are financial statement fraud. While corruption and asset misappropriation account for a much larger share, their repercussions are far less impactful. Learn how to detect financial statement fraud and protect your investments by examining it’s five basic types and their red flags.

Sarah L. Jennings, CPA, CFE – Shareholder, Maner Costerisan, P.C., Lansing

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Learning Objectives

  • Financial statement fraud accounts for 10% of all white-collar crime, can you spot the red flags?
  • IT continues to impact the risk in the financial realm – determine a budget for your specific IT needs
  • Leverage the unquantifiable factors of financial statements to build organizational value

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Sarah currently serves as a principal in the firm’s Accounting and Outsourced Solutions department, leads Maner Costerisan’s fraud and forensics practice and the director of Maner Costerisan’s nonprofit committee.  Sarah oversees outsourced solutions engagements providing guidance and advisory services to client leadership and teams on financial analysis, projections and workflow.  She has particular specialization performing fraud risk assessments and internal control process improvements for organizations across various industries.  Sarah maintains a strong desire to help her clients augment their internal controls and fraud prevention systems, while minimizing their costs in the process.  Sarah also performs examinations for various organizations to determine and document the extent of loss due to fraud.

 

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