Return of the Tallahassee BeanCounters: A case in forensic accounting

Carol Callaway Dee, Cindy Durtschi
Issues in Accounting Education,Vol. 25, Issue 2, Pages: 279-321.

Your firm has been engaged to conduct a forensic investigation of the Tallahassee BeanCounters (TBC), a privately owned minor league baseball team in Tallahassee, Florida. Team owner Franklin Kennedy has told employees that the audit is related to the mortgage TBC obtained for the recently constructed training facility. However, Mr. Kennedy tells you privately that the investigation is not due to loan requirements; rather, it is due to his concerns arising from an anonymous tip he received in the mail. The …
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