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Accounting Procedure

The accounting methods used by a company. Because accountants have a certain amount of leeway in how to treat some (though not all) revenues and expenses, a company may standardize its own accounting procedures, often publishing them in an internal manual.
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Global Banking News-September 9, 2015--Analysts sceptical about Westpac's accounting procedures and targets
Record accounting procedures and completeness of accounting transactions - Design and development of application (database) data entry
It shall maintain, and update as needed, an accounting system that complies with accepted accounting procedures, client directives and obligations, applicable laws and regulations and supports company operation.
1, constituted by the Board of Governors to formulate recommendations on the accounting procedures and budget estimates for PIPS for the year 2009-10 presented its recommendation.
The purpose of this report is to present issues identified during our audits of the 2007 financial statements regarding certain internal controls and accounting procedures and to recommend actions to address these issues.
The Supreme Court suspended Muelle for two years effective June 21, 2004, as a result of shortages in his trust account resulting from his failure to maintain minimum trust accounting records and to follow minimum trust accounting procedures.
Technical Bulletin 380-41, Procedures for Safeguarding, Accounting, and Supply Control of COMSEC Material, which covers detailed control and accounting procedures for classified COMSEC equipment.
Correlative Changes to the Financial Accounting Procedures Require Time to Implement.
The Avalara solution, augmented by Taxware, "will give SMB companies access to world-class technologies, simplify a wide range of tax accounting procedures and minimize the risks and costs associated with both sales and use tax and VAT compliance," the companies said in an announcement.
This question arose in the midst of attempts to create uniform accounting procedures.
The delisting comes as the company sought more time to review accounting procedures for its interest in the Chicago Grill on the Alley.
Part of this work was internal, revolving around strengthening the association's financial position, instituting efficiencies based on the new federation structure and establishing improved reporting and accounting procedures.

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