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AUDITS SUMMARY and MOVIE SUGGESTIONS are: Unraveled (2012) is about a scheming, defrauding lawyer! The government may allow other lower branches steal from higher branches of the government to help balance their budgets and auditors should focus on ALLOWING THIS TO HAPPEN because it usually results in the victimization of the poor using programs in Health, Education, Welfare and Planning. Margin Call (2011), Moneyball (2011), and Chasing Madoff (2011) have very resourceful investigators, auditors or advisors that show great intelligence and insight; Seven Pounds (2008), Deception (2008) and Civic Duty (2006) both involve intricate plots where the protagonist gets embroiled in an investigation of corruption using their accounting knowledge with disturbing results. 21 (2008) and The Grand (2007) are about discovering gamblers who cheat at casinos by often using advanced security techniques. The Audit (2004) is about performance review audits. Wall Street (1987) is about greed and illegal trading. Boiler Room (2000) is about manipulation of victims in financial transactions. Stranger Than Fiction (2006) is a strange romantic comedy involving Will Ferrell mostly playing the orderly straight man as an IRS agent. Audit (2001) is about an IRS audit. The television series The Broker's Man (1997) is about doing insurance company investigations. Rollover (1981) is about fiscal manipulation in the oil industry. Expert Insight: Final Table Poker (2005)(V) is a documentary. Harry's War (1981) is a comedy about a person with conflicts with the IRS. Even with the usual audit crime or fraud can be detected, even after their have been awards for great service or the highest rating for service, especially when government payments are involved because the money involved is so huge and members of the community want government to come into the community. Off the Map (2003) is about an IRS auditor. Often, the city steals from the county and the county steals from the state and the state steals from the federal government using their programs in Health, Education, Welfare and Planning because the federal government does not need to balance their budget. A Taxing Woman and A Taxing Woman's Return are movies about Ryoko, Tokyo's hardest working female tax inspector. The movie Meet Joe Black (1998) with Brad Pitt is about a tax fraud investigator who is trying to protect the business interest of the woman he loves, but this a very vague part of the plot. Office Space (1999) involves resistence to an efficiency audit. The Bank Job (2008) and Inside Man (2006) are about stealing from safe deposit boxes in banks. The Movie Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room (2005) is documentary based on a book about dubious mark-to-market accounting. 11:14 (2003) is similar to an audit analyzing seemingly unrelated events. Taxman (1998) is tax investigator chasing a tax evader and dead bodies! The Untouchables (1987) is about Elliot Ness as a Treasury Department agent with Bureau of Prohibition in Chicago. Audit (2001), An Inconvenient Tax (2009), We're Here to Help (2007), Contempt of Conscience (2007), Death & Taxes (1993), Stranger Than Fiction (2006) are about taxes, IRS agents or audits. Even with the usual audit crime or fraud can be detected, even after their have been awards for great service or the highest rating for service, especially when government payments are involved because the money involved is so huge and members of the community want government to come into the community. Often, the city steals from the county and the county steals from the state and the state steals from the federal government using their programs in Health, Education, Welfare and Planning because the federal government does not need to balance their budget. A Taxing Woman and A Taxing Woman's Return are movies about Ryoko, Tokyo's hardest working female tax inspector.