Indispensable for management, here are tested tools for measuring the quality of a company's internal accounting control and assuring compliance under the law. Filled with guidance for policy and staff level implementation, the book clarifies the conceptual and practical problems of evaluating internal accounting controls, and putting into effect needed changes and improvements. Builds on cycle approach evaluation criteria recommended by the AICPA Special Advisory Committee on Internal Accounting Control in its 1979 report. Offers all the most needed information and guidelines to generate on-going staff analysis and optimization of controls, strengthen the internal audit capability, and improve communication with the Audit Committee. Extensive appendixes provide detailed checklists and records to facilitate testing and reporting control strengths and weaknesses, adaptable to the needs of the particular company.
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