Segregation of duties j segregation of duties

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Segregation of duties.J. Segregation of duties.Television monitors, garment sensors and burglar alarms are examplesL. Physical control devices.L. Physical control devices.Bonding employeesH.Insurance protection against misappropriation of assets.H.Insurance protection against misappropriation of assets.CollusionM.Two or more employeesM.Two or more employees
circumventing prescribed procedures.circumventing prescribed procedures.CashN.Anything that a bank will accept for deposit.N.Anything that a bank will accept for deposit.Cash budgetG. A projection of anticipated cash flows.G. A projection of anticipated cash flows.Restricted cashI.Cash that is not available for general use, but instead is restricted for a particular purpose.I.Cash that is not available for general use, but instead is restricted for a particular purpose.Invest idle cashD. A basic principle of cash management.D. A basic principle of cash management.Canceled checksK.Checks which have been paid by the depositor's bank.K.Checks which have been paid by the depositor's bank.NSF checksE.Checks which have been returned by the maker's bank for lack offunds.E.Checks which have been returned by the maker's bank for lack offunds.Outstanding checksB.Issued checks that have not been paid by the bank.B.Issued checks that have not been paid by the bank.Petty cash receiptC.Document indicating the purpose of a petty cash expenditure.C.Document indicating the purpose of a petty cash expenditure.Cash equivalentsA. Highly liquid investments.A. Highly liquid investments.

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