Day: May 26, 2011

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Good controls protect from false accusations


The following text from Once Upon Internal Control is the background for Cartoon #3:

The reporter calls

About a year after the bookkeeper started, a newspaper reporter called to talk to the office manager. The reporter said she had credible information that the pastor was flying first class to his occasional speaking engagements. The reporter had indications from the same source that the pastor was really living it up during those trips. She wanted the church’s reaction to this rumor.


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Internal controls can protect the innocent from false accusations – cartoon #3


Another cartoon is up.  Southside Community Church is blindsided by false accusations when a reporter calls for a comment. Fortunately, they have good procedures and internal controls that prove the accusations are fabricated.

When a reporter calls, good procedures save the day:


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This cartoon is based on the text from Once Upon Internal Control found here.