All professional standards require that auditors consider the impact of fraud risks during planning. But exactly how do you do that? And what’s the best way to document the audit response to risks on each audit project? Discuss how to brainstorm fraud risks; document the impact of fraud risks in the audit program; put real action behind the concept of Professional Skepticism; use a three step fraud detection for auditors on every project; utilize attribute testing, inquiries, and monitoring to surface fraud symptoms; and determine the real cause of symptoms, indicators and red flags.


Session Information
Session Date:
June 20, 2019
D1 - Skepticism and Doubting in Real Estate Audits: How to Anticipate and React to What Can Go Wrong: 2019 Real Estate Conference
Individual topic purchase: Selected
Georgia Society of CPAs
Accounting & Auditing (A&A): 1.50
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GSCPA Member Price:$49.00
Non-Member Price:$69.00