Flashcards in Reversed Chapter (7) Deck (17):
The analysis that details the items responsible for the difference between the cash balance reported in the bank statement and the balance of the cash account in the ledger.
A summary of all transactions mailed to the depositor or made available online by the bank each month.
Coins; currency (paper money); checks; money orders; and money on deposit that is available for unrestricted withdrawal from banks and other financial institutions.
Highly liquid investments that are usually reported with cash on the balance sheet.
An account which has recorded errors in cash sales or errors in making change causing the amount of actual cash on hand to differ from the beginning amount of cash plus the cash sales for the day.
cash short and over account
A requirement by some banks requiring depositors to maintain minimum cash balances in their bank accounts.
The overall attitude of management and employees about the importance of controls.
A system in which computers rather than paper (money; checks; etc.) are used to effect cash transactions.
electronic funds transfer (EFT)
The control environment; risk assessment; control activities; information and communication; and monitoring.
elements of internal control
The intentional act of deceiving an employer for personal gain.
Money received for interest.
A special cash fund to pay relatively small amounts.
petty cash fund
Ratio that helps assess how long a company can continue to operate without additional financing or generating positive cash flows from operations.
ratio of cash to monthly cash expenses
The relative distribution of sales among the various products available for sale.
Cash funds used for a special business need.
A special form for recording relevant data about a liability and the details of its payment.