Internal Controls Policies and Procedures

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 3, 2008 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
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Drawing on her many years as a consultant to numerous companies big and small, author Rose Hightower infuses Internal Controls Policies and Procedures with her wealth of experience and knowledge. Instead of reinventing the wheel, your company can use this useful how-to manual to quickly and effectively put a successful program of internal controls in place. Complete with flowcharts and checklists, this essential desktop reference is a best practices model for establishing and enhancing your organization's control framework.
 

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Contents

Title Page
BIG G TO LITTLE g GOVERNANCE JOURNEY
RISK ASSESSMENT
OVERSIGHT
DOCUMENTATION
INTERNAL CONTROLS PROGRAM
INTERNAL CONTROL PROCESS
INTERNAL CONTROL PLAN
ACCOUNT RECONCILIATION PROGRAM
QUARTERLY SUBCERTIFICATION PROGRAM
QUARTERLY SUBCERTIFICATION SECTION 404 QUESTIONNAIRE
Control ObectiveRisk
INTERNAL CONTROLPLANNING TESTING AND REMEDIATION
Sample Size and Results of Testing
Control in Place
Process Owner

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
AUTHORIZATION AND APPROVAL PROGRAM
RESPONSIBILITY AUTHORITY SUPPORT COUNSEL AND INFORM
ENDUSER COMPUTING AND SPREADSHEET CONTROL
Appendix
Next Followup Date or Due Date
Acronyms
Copyright

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Rose Hightower, Accountant, MSc, has been the owner of IDEAL Consulting Solutions International, LLC, for ten years, consulting in implementing internal controls and policy and procedure programs for large companies. Bringing over twenty years of experience from IBM and serving as finance manager, her program contains practical lessons and simple solutions for any size company. She is known as "The Policy Guru" and offers advice and counsel to clients from her Web site, idealpolicy.com.

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