This course covers corporate internal controls and fraud controls, including the COSO framework, testing controls, common fraud schemes and more. The course covers working papers, internal controls, the COSO framework, assessing internal control risk, testing of internal controls, small biz assurance, common fraud schemes and the fraud triangle. The course is taught by a long time CFO and finance/accounting leader at companies of many sizes and includes valuable real-world insights.
Review Questions: Auditing Financial Statements Part III: Internal Controls and Fraud Controls
Final Exam: Auditing Financial Statements Part III: Internal Controls and Fraud Controls
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A financial executive and corporate director with a broad base of experience working as a financial leader, catalyst, operator and steward in a number of public and private companies operating in a broad array of industries, with a deep background as a financial, consulting, and accounting educator providing professional development services to Big 4 Public Accounting Firms, universities, and professional institutes.
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