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  INTERNAL CONTROL PROCEDURES
  Here are a few tips for your internal control function that will help defer fraudulent activities:
   
1. Use the right accounting system.
Although many businesses operate daily on cash basis, year end format statements must be converted to an accrual basis. You can trust in this conversion made by your Certified Bookkeeper.

2. Maintain daily records
To track the financial condition of your business, you need accurate daily records. Your Certified Bookkeeper can set up and maintain an accurate record keeping system that you can have trust in.

3. Obtain a bank statement with month-end cut off.
This makes it easier to synchronize your bank statement with your monthly records. You can have greater trust in a bank reconciliation prepared by your Certified Bookkeeper.

4. Review checks carefully
Checks are as good as cash. Use a distinctive signature that dissuades forgery. Review cancelled checks before anyone else sees them. If possible, have at least one co-signer. Your Certified Bookkeeper would advise you of these procedures to maintain your confidence in the cash balances in your accounts.

5. Leave an audit trail
Employ a system that allows you to quickly and easily retrace your company’s financial activities.
Your Certified Bookkeeper will implement procedures to do this and to prepare lead sheets for your accountant, reducing your costs. You can be confident that transactions do not go missing and unrecorded.
 
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