GPD Ch 7 HW 5 - Which pieces of information come from...

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GPD Ch 7 HW 5 1. Look at the flowchart on page 359. What has to happen first in the HR/Payroll cycle? 2nd? 3rd? 2. Why can't payroll be processed accurately before these first three steps? 3. Look at the threats and controls. What are some of the threats to the Payroll process? Controls? 4. What are some threats to the HR process? Controls? 5. Who can make changes to the payroll Master file? 6. Look at the Payroll Transaction Entry Window on page 379 and 380. Where does this information come from?
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Unformatted text preview: Which pieces of information come from underlying files in the relational database system? Which pieces of information does the Payroll clerk input? (Hint: go back and look at the flowchart to see what the payroll clerk does) 7. On the flowchart under the Accounts Payable clerk function, what does the step box 5 "Process Payroll transfer, Tax Deposits, and Benefit Payments" mean? What journal entries does the A/P clerk make? 8. What is the cashier's role in the payroll cycle?...
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