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Employee Fraud

Exam Questions: 10
Course Level: Basic
Pages: 44 | Content: 40, Supplemental: 4
NASBA Area of Study: Auditing
Not Acceptable for: Enrolled Agents
Version: 6000E

Employee fraud is a type of occupational crime. It is the use of fraudulent means to take money or other property from an employer. This PES short course deals with the characteristics of employee's fraudulent acts, conversion, and cover-ups. The focus is on schemes employees have used to commit such fraud. PLEASE NOTE: Course material is similar to #5065: Fraud Examination For Managers and Auditors; therefore, we recommend that you should not take both courses in the same CPE reporting period. Not acceptable for Enrolled Agents. All course material provided. No prerequisites. Course level: Basic.

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Table of Contents
  • Employee Fraud
Objectives
  • To identify various employee fraud schemes

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