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More forensic techniques should become a part of both external and internal auditing. But Stephen Seliskar says that “in terms of the sheer labor, the magnitude of effort, time and expense required to do a single, very focused [forensic] investigation -- as contrasted to auditing a set of the financial statements -- the difference is incredible.” It is physically impossible to conduct a generic fraud investigation of an entire business.

Source: Eric Krell, “Will Forensic Accounting Go Mainstream?” Business Finance Journal, October 2002, pp. 30-34. www.investigation.com/artilces/library/2002Articles/15.htm.

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