Current Assets by Walther L.M., Skousen C.J.

By Walther L.M., Skousen C.J.

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Com 38 Current Assets Cash and Highly-Liquid Investments Part 2 Your goals for this “cash and highly-liquid investments” chapter are to learn about: x x x x x The composition of cash and how cash is presented on the balance sheet. Cash management and controls for receipts and disbursements. Reconciliation of bank accounts. The correct operation of a petty cash system. com 39 Cash and Highly-Liquid Investments Current Assets 6. com 40 Cash and Highly-Liquid Investments Current Assets 7. Cash Management It is very important to ensure that sufficient cash is available to meet obligations and to make sure that idle cash is appropriately invested to maximize the return to the company.

In general, the goal is simple -- make sure that only purchased merchandise gets out of the store. Several times daily, the cash drawers in the terminals will be pulled (replaced with another) and their contents audited. Daily bank runs (maybe via armored courier) will occur to make sure that funds are quickly and safely deposited in the bank. These controls are what you see on the “front end” of the business. Behind the scenes, a lot more is going on. Next, we will contemplate the purchasing cycle controls.

These credit card companies earn money off of these cards by charging merchant fees (usually a formula-based percentage of sales) and assess interest and other charges against the users. Nevertheless, merchants tend to welcome their use because collection is virtually assured and very timely (oftentimes same day funding of the transaction is made by the credit card company). In addition, the added transaction cost is offset by a reduction in the internal costs associated with maintaining a credit department.

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