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This unique book reaches beyond the abstract theory presented in most standard textbooks to portray the principles and practices of Auditing as they are actually applied in the workplace. The novella—which forms a single, on-going, fictional case study meant to supplement a text—traces the professional life of Jack Butler, graduate of Farwestern University and current CPA As readers progress, they share with Jack, his clients, and colleagues various aspects of a typical career in public accounting—aspects students will most likely encounter during their own careers.
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Professor Loebbecke has drawn on his extensive experience in accounting practice, including engagement as a litigation consultant and expert witness in over 30 accounting and auditing-related legal cases throughout the country. Many of the events described in The Auditor are based in his experiences. It is Professor Loebbecke's hope and intent that The Auditor will serve as an effective vehicle to bring reality into the auditing classroom.
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