An Introduction to Internet-Based Financial Investigations : Structuring and Resourcing the Search for Hidden Assets and Information
By: Goetz, Kimberly, Ms.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Farnham : Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2012Description: 1 online resource (246 p.).ISBN: 9780566091919.Subject(s): | Business ethics | Fraud investigation | Internet | White collar crime investigationGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: An Introduction to Internet-Based Financial Investigations : Structuring and Resourcing the Search for Hidden Assets and InformationDDC classification: 363.25/968 | 363.2'5'0285'4678 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Contents; List of Figures; List of Abbreviations; About the Author; Preface; Chapter 1 Introduction: Why and Where to Start; Chapter 2 Before You Start: Ethical Considerations; Chapter 3 Thinking About Financial Fraud and Investigations; Chapter 4 What Can You Do With Money?; Chapter 5 Legal Structures; Chapter 6 Legal Documents; Chapter 7 Starting the Search; Chapter 8 Real Estate Records; Chapter 9 Search Engines and Web Portals; Chapter 10 Government and Law Related Websites; Chapter 11 Commercial and Business-Related Websites
Chapter 12 Websites from Nonprofits and Other OrganizationsChapter 13 Additional Websites and Resources; Chapter 14 Requesting Additional Information and Understanding What You Receive; Chapter 15 Getting Help from the Numbers; Chapter 16 Dealing with People Problems; Chapter 17 Telling the Story; Chapter 18 Final Thoughts and Considerations; Appendix A: Practical Suggestions for Organizing Your Investigation; Appendix B: 100 Questions to Answer When Telling the Story; Appendix C: Writing Internet-Based Investigation Plans and Reports; Appendix D: Quick Answers to Common Questions; References
Training in investigation techniques tends to be very limited. Training on how to find information without incurring significant expense is virtually nonexistent. An Introduction to Internet-Based Financial Investigations helps fill the void by enabling anyone who conducts financial investigations as part of their job to reduce their dependence on trial and error by showing them where to look.
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