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THE ACCOUNTING CONCEPT OF THEFT
THE ACCOUNTING CONCEPT OF THEFT CONTINUED
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account of Customer account-inventory Accounts Payable Accounts Receivable active credits aggregate amount ancillary concealment assets audit surveillance auditor balance bank reconciliation bank statements book entries bookkeeping books of account books of original butterfat canceled checks Cash account cash disbursements cashbook checks payable collusion complement rests control account corroborative data debits defalcation deposit detection disassociation disbursement checks distributed complements effective employees false items falsely documented falsification fictitious fictitious entries fidelity bond financial audit fiscal period forged fraud fraudulent credits Fraudulent Entries graphologists Group handwriting incoming checks inconsistently distributed inside theft internal control inventory invoices involved lapping ledger accounts liability manipulative thefts ment merchandise method omission to record omitted entries original entry payee payment phase potential accounts primary concealment purchase real account retroentry routine scrutiny signature stolen subsidiary ledger techniques theft act theft sequence theft-incidence account thief thieves tion transactions transfer ulent undistributed unilateral shift unrecorded verification