The American Institute of CPAs has released a new book to help businesses conduct fraud inquiries.

“The Guide to Investigating Business Fraud,” from the AICPA’s Specialized Publications Group and written by a team from Ernst & Young’s fraud investigation and dispute services practice, is aimed at forensic accountants, litigation attorneys, corporate boards and management, audit committees, students of accounting and anybody interested in understanding the risk of fraud and its implications.

The book covers how fraud experts examine and work a fraud case, how they handle preventive anti-fraud programs and how they make decisions at critical times during the investigation.

“The Guide to Investigating Business Fraud” is available from CPA2Biz at a cost of $79 for AICPA members and $98.75 for non-members. Co-editors Ruby Sharma and Michael Sherrod will make a guest appearance at the AICPA National Forensic Accounting Conference in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., Sept. 23–25.

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