What do you consider to be the most important thing for a forensic accountant to remember about evidence? Why?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 8:54 am ad1c9bdddf
In my opinion, the most important factor for a forensic accountant to remember when dealing with evidence is that the evidence may <or may not> be an end-all answer to the case. When a forensic accountant analyzes evidence, there is a common mistake made when the accountant bases multiple assumptions on that one piece of evidence, instead of using a more objective standpoint in determining if additional evidence and/or facts may be present. Objectivity ...
This solution explains the most important point for a forensic accountant to understand regarding evidence.
Importance of Assessment
What does the statement that assessment is the "lifeblood of good teaching" (Reeves, 2006, p. 300) means and why is it important. Also does an assessment need to be aligned with other elements of an online course (learning objectives, instructional strategies). (Attachment of Reeves article below)View Full Posting Details