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Author Schilit, Howard Mark, 1952-

Title Financial shenanigans / Howard Schilit, Jeremy Perler

Publ Info New York : McGraw-Hill, [2010]
2010
Edition Third edition, [Fully revised and updated]
LOCATION CALL # STATUS NOTE
 CCE Main Collection  HF5681 B2 S3243 2010    AVAILABLE
 RWU Main Library  HF5681.B2 S3243 2010    AVAILABLE
 Salve Main Collection  HF5681.B2 S3243 2010    AVAILABLE
Descript xii, 318 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
text rdacontent
unmediated rdamedia
volume rdacarrier
Note Includes index
Contents As bad as it gets -- Just touch up the x rays -- Earnings manipulation shenanigan no. 1: recording revenue too soon -- Earnings manipulation shenanigan no. 2: recording bogus revenue -- Earnings manipulation shenanigan no. 3: boosting income using one-time or unsustainable activities -- Earnings manipulation shenanigan no. 4: shifting current expenses to a later period -- Earnings manipulation shenanigan no. 5: employing other techniques to hide expenses or losses -- Earnings manipulation shenanigan no. 6: shifting current income to a later period -- Earnings manipulation shenanigan no. 7: shifting future expenses to an earlier period -- Cash flow shenanigan no. 1: shifting financing cash inflows to the operating section -- Cash flow shenanigan no. 2: shifting normal operating cash outflows to the investing section -- Cash flow shenanigan no. 3: inflating operating cash flow using acquisitions or disposals -- Cash flow shenanigan no. 4: boosting operating cash flow using unsustainable activities -- Key metrics shenanigan no. 1: showcasing misleading metrics that overstate performance -- Key metrics shenanigan no. 2: distorting balance sheet metrics to avoid showing deterioration -- Shenanigans recap and recommendations
LC subject Misleading financial statements
Fraud
Add Author Perler, Jeremy
ISBN 9780071703079 (alk. paper)
0071703071 (alk. paper)