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Bookkeeping - Petty Cash Records
Unit Code: AK81WE004
Credit Value: 3
Unit ID: BRO697
Last registration date: 31/07/2014
Expired at review. Last registration date: 31/07/2014
|The learner will
||The learner can
|1. ||Carry out an analysis of a petty cash book.|
|1.1 ||Identify the procedures for entering an opening balance.|
|1.2 ||Follow the methods of restoring the imprest.|
|2. ||Make entries into the petty cash book for payments and receipts.|
|2.1 ||Enter correct, legible and accurate details from petty cash vouchers and receipts, including date, folio reference number and description.|
|2.2 ||Ensure total amount is entered into appropriate location.|
|2.3 ||Follow security measures regarding petty cash.|
|2.4 ||Follow principles and procedures for calculating and cross-checking VAT entries.|
|3. ||Total the petty cash book.|
|3.1 ||Accurately total and cross-cast all columns.|
|3.2 ||Balance and accurately present information using double entry procedures.|
|4. ||Complete petty cash reimbursement.|
|4.1 ||Identify correct amount required to restore imprest.|
|4.2 ||Follow procedures for requesting and authorising cash.|
|5.1 ||Observe procedures for accurate cheque completion.|
|5.2 ||Distribute payslips to employees in accordance with statutory requirements and organisational procedures.|
|5.3 ||Produce emergency or exceptional payments in accordance with organisational requirements to the deadlines agreed.|
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