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James A. Stavros, CPA, CFF, is a director and co-founder of Forensic Resolutions inc. in Haddonfield, n.J., and is a member of the Pennsylvania CPA Journal Editorial Board. He can be reached at jstavros@forensicresolutions.com.

Clues to Consider During an Investigative Interview

Clues to Consider During an Investigative Interview

Interviews are often conducted during fraud investigations, audits, and other accounting and consulting engagements to solicit background and other relevant information. But how does the interviewer know whether an interviewee is being truthful? The AICPA’s Practice Aid 07-1, Forensic Accounting—Fraud Investigations provides insight for CPAs conducting interviews. It indicates that skepticism should be maintained, regardless […]

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