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Ize dishonest practicesThe latest tricks companies use to exaggerate revenue and earningsTechniues devised by management to manipulate cash flow as easily as earningsCompanies that use misleading metrics to fool investors about their financial performanceHow companies use acuisitions to hide deterioration in their underlying businessThis new edition focuses on the key case studies and m. Read this book for my audit 2 class Really amazing how many sneaky ways companies have of trying to show improved performance No wonder so much fraud is never caught it s got to be hard to find a lot of this stuff Another thing that really surprised me was the number of example companies used in the book other than the big obvious ones There were companies who had gotten in trouble with the SEC for all kinds of things that I hadn t even heard about No wonder everyone always talks about corruption in the big companies and small ones too apparently It s actually a little disheartening though I am sure there are many honest companies and CEOs out there as well Just makes me glad I m not going into audit as a profession

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Financial Shenanigans How to Detect Accounting Gimmicks Fraud in Financial Reports

Ost important lessons from the past uarter century and brings you up to date on accounting chicanery in the global markets Howard Schilit and his team of renowned forensic accounting experts expose financial reporting miscreants and unveil the latest methods companies use to mislead investors You'll learn everything you need to know to unearth deceptive reporting and avoid costly mistak. Reads like a novel with the content of a textbook

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The bestselling classic from the Sherlock Holmes of Accounting―updated to reflect the key case studies and most important lessons from the past uarter centuryThis fourth edition of the classic guide shines a light on the most shocking frauds and financial reporting offenders of the last twenty five years and gives investors the tools they need to detectCorporate cultures that incentiv. What makes this book uniue is that there is not a lot of material out there on this topic which is easily relatable to a practicing analyst While the book could be even mote detailed I think it serves well to identify and address the main methods companies to use for aggressive accounting to mislead investors Must read for someone interested in this topic but not very experienced The book uses not just theory but numerous examples and case studies to drive home the point What makes this book uniue is that there is not a lot of material out there on this topic which is easily relatable to a practicing analyst While the book could be even mote detailed I think it serves well to identify and address the main methods companies to use for aggressive accounting to mislead investors Must read for someone interested in this topic but not very experienced The book uses not just theory but numerous examples and case studies to drive home the point


10 thoughts on “Financial Shenanigans How to Detect Accounting Gimmicks Fraud in Financial Reports

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    Fin

  2. says:

    very good and insightful Explained in a very simple wayWith accounting background most of it is common sense but is very good to have the cases

  3. says:

    What makes this book uniue is that there is not a lot of material out there on this topic which is easily relatable to a practicing

  4. says:

    Read this book for my audit 2 class Really amazing how many sneaky ways companies have of trying to show improved performance No wonder so much fraud is never caught it's got to be hard to find a lot of this stuff Another thing that really surprised me was the number of example companies used in the book other than the big

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    Extra one star for the style of presenting the cases and real life situation Accounting gimmicks and ethical business always been my

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    A solid basic book on what to look for when analyzing the shenanigans of a company It gave me a few good ideas on adjusting my process I woudl recommend to those that are learning to become skeptics of management teams and earnings releases

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    best book ive read all year

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    Reads like a novel with the content of a textbook

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    Greed is as old as mankind Unscrupulous people will try to trick others out of their money One arena for this is the busine

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    The best of it's kind a case study approach to forensic accounting similar to What's Behind the Numbers? published by Wiley competitor McGraw Hill Financial Shenanigans has a simple theme there are all kinds of ways to obfuscate business activities when non GAAP accounting practices are reported to the public and many of these tricks center on a range of things from simply allocations of liabilities to profits

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