The Profession of Forensic Accounting Term Paper by RightRiters

An examination of the skills and requirements necessary to be a Forensic Accountant.
# 23562 | 1,860 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Apr 16, 2003 in Business (Accounting) , Business (Companies) , Criminology (Forensics) , Accounting (General)


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Description:

This paper provides a detailed look at the profession of Forensic accounting. The writer outlines in this paper why it would appeal to some people and what specific skills are necessary to excel in this career. The author argues that the popularity of this field has increased lately in light of the financial scandals and frauds that have been emerging in large companies. The paper highlights how forensic accounting developed and what the main differences are between them and regular accountants.

From the Paper:

""What kind of job is that?" I wondered to myself, as I sat in front of my Compaq Presario computer at home, researching possible career paths that have yet to be taken. I was logged onto the website echoices.com, when I noticed the job title "Forensic Accountant" on top of the list of occupations that fit my interests. I had taken Accounting classes in high school, received good grades in them and enjoyed the tasks that were involved with the class work."

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