by: Chris Anderson
Each year, businesses write-off six percent of revenue to waste, fraud and abuse. But why would managers throw all that hard-earned money away when there is a reliable way to eliminate waste, fraud and abuse using accounting policies & procedures to create internal controls. Internal controls eliminate uncollectible receivables; prevent theft or embezzlement; optimize inventory; and stop waste, fraud, and abuse. Utilizing just a single control will add real money to your bottom line each month.
Look for Easily Customizable MS-WORD files to Save Time
You can quickly and easily develop customized procedures and internal controls for your organization, no matter what size it is. WORD templates reduce the stress of writing clear internal controls, policies or procedures; of staying late at the office to research “best practices” or of worrying over what format to use.
Use Prewritten Text by Industry Experts
It's much easier to edit prewritten controls than to develop them from scratch. Let experienced CPAs, auditors, and business process experts think through the steps for each procedure or form. Then, save even more time by using the resulting content that technical writers have edited in MS-WORD instead of re-entering the text.
Vital Procedures Resource used by Thousands
Accounting Policies and Procedures is one such vital resource used by thousands of executives and managers to strengthen their financial operations. Such a manual contains an introduction to accounting, an explanation of how to create your own controllers manual, an example of a complete prewritten manual, ample policies, procedures and forms for the most common processes (revenue, cash, assets, purchasing and administration), a detailed index to every keyword, phrase and regulation used, plus a Guide to Embezzlement Prevention.
Examples for Every Owner or Executive
Every month executives share their stories about satisfying their auditors with new controls, of increased earnings found in their business and how much time was saved. So, if you want to increase the profits of your business then consider an Accounting Policies & Procedures manual.
Help Your Business Grow Now
Can you afford to let a single precious hour pass without finding out what Policies and Procedures can do for your business?
About the author:
Chris Anderson has over 18 years of sales, marketing and business management experience working with business process design, software and systems engineering for over ten years. He is also co-author of policies and procedures manual products, producing the layout, process design and implementation to increase performance.