Using Excel and Benford’s Law to Detect Fraud Reviewed by Momizat on . Learn the formulas, functions, and techniques that enable efficient Benford analysis of data sets.  J. Carlton Collins, Journal of Accountancy contributing edit Learn the formulas, functions, and techniques that enable efficient Benford analysis of data sets.  J. Carlton Collins, Journal of Accountancy contributing edit Rating: 0
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Using Excel and Benford’s Law to Detect Fraud

Learn the formulas, functions, and techniques that enable efficient Benford analysis of data sets.  J. Carlton Collins, Journal of Accountancy contributing editor, looks into this issue and provides some very useful tips and insights.

To read the full article in JofA, click: Using Excel and Benford’s Law to Detect Fraud.

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