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Financial shenanigans : how to detect accounting gimmicks and fraud in financial reports

Author: Howard Mark Schilit
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, ©1993.
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Techniques to uncover and avoid accounting frauds and scams Inflated profits ... Suspicious write-offs ... Shifted expenses ... These and other dubious financial maneuvers have taken on a contemporary twist as companies pull out the stops in seeking to satisfy Wall Street. Financial Shenanigans pulls back the curtain on the current climate of accounting fraud. It presents tools that anyone who is potentially  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Schilit, Howard Mark, 1952-
Financial shenanigans.
New York : McGraw-Hill, ©1993
(OCoLC)756415912
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Howard Mark Schilit
ISBN: 0070561311 9780070561311
OCLC Number: 27266154
Description: xv, 191 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. What Are Shenanigans? --
2. Searching for Shenanigans --
3. Shenanigan No. 1: Recording Revenue Too Soon --
4. Shenanigan No. 2: Recording Bogus Revenues --
5. Shenanigan No. 3: Boosting Income with One-Time Gains --
6. Shenanigan No. 4: Shifting Current Expenses to a Later Period --
7. Shenanigan No. 5: Failing to Record or Disclose All Liabilities --
8. Shenanigan No. 6: Shifting Current Income to a Later Period --
9. Shenanigan No. 7: Shifting Future Expenses to the Current Period --
10. Cash Is King: Study the Statement of Cash Flows --
11. Keep Everything in Balance: Inventory, Sales, and Receivables --
12. Preventing Shenanigans --
13. A Century of Shenanigans --
Tutorial: Understanding the Basics of Financial Reporting --
Other Books of Interest on Financial Shenanigans.
Other Titles: How to detect accounting gimmicks and fraud in financial reports
Responsibility: Howard M. Schilit.

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Providing investors and lenders with 50 tools for uncovering accounting gimmicks to get a true reading of a company's financial condition, this guide draws on case histories of major companies whose  Read more...
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