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Financial Transactions 1

by: Jonathan Notetaker

Financial Transactions 1 FIN 299X

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Financial Forensics
Professor Boylan
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jonathan Notetaker on Monday March 28, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to FIN 299X at Ball State University taught by Professor Boylan in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 20 views. For similar materials see Financial Forensics in Finance at Ball State University.


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Date Created: 03/28/16
Jonathan Ridge Financial Transactions 1 In an interview there are general types of questions. Briefly describe: 1. Introduction questions  Provide an introduction, establish a rapport, establishing a theme, to observe a subject’s reactions such as non-verbal cues. 2. Informal questions  Non-confrontational, non-threatening, gather factual information, one question and one answer format, utilizes an ample timeframe. 3. Closing questions  Usually require yes or no answers, review the facts, gather additional information, concludes the interview 4. Assessment questions  Asks the questioned to agree with questions that go against the principle of most honest people, used to issue responses, should proceed from least to most sensitive questions 5. Admission seeking questions  Used for those whose culpability is reasonably certain, arranged in a precise order to clear the innocent person or encourage the culpable to confess. Is an interviewer allowed to lie to an interviewee?  Yes, just not those containing contracts or promises. Is an interviewer allowed to threaten an interviewee?  No, it does not typically help. Develop a portrait or profile of the typical fraudster?  White, middle-aged male. What is financial statement fraud?  (Executive Fraud) Enhances loans, sales, goals, and bonuses. Why is financial statement fraud committed?  Financial Over-Extension What are some “good” ways to commit financial statement fraud?  Balance sheet: increase assets & decrease liabilities  Income statement: increase revenues & decrease expenses How can an entry level employee protect themselves against being blamed for this financial statement fraud?  Make copies, type up and time stamp, utilize a bound notebook and differing pens.


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