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Which of the following is an example of fraudulent financial reporting
Company management falsifies inventory count tags thereby overstating ending inventory and understanding cost of goods sold
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Which of the following is not a provision of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act? a. Strengthens penalties for corporate fraud b. Discourages the creation of ethical and legal compliance programs c. Requires codes of ethics for financial reporting in corporations d. Makes fraudulent financial reporting a criminal offense e. Requires greater transparency in financial reporting
b. Discourages the creation of ethical and legal compliance programs
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Which of the following factors most likely would heighten an auditor’s concern about the risk of fraudulent financial reporting? A. Large amounts of liquid assets that are easily convertible into cash. B. Low growth and profitability as compared to other entity’s in the same industry. C. Financial management’s participation in the initial selection of accounting principles. D. An overly complex organizational structure involving unusual lines of authority.
D. An overly complex organizational structure involving unusual lines of authority.
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