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  • SCB, Inc., had a balance of $600 in cash in its petty cash fund at the beginning of September. The following transactions took place in September:a. On September 4, the custodian paid $34 out of petty cash for new stationery on which the company president's name appeared prominently.b. On September 11, the custodian paid $167 out of petty

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  • Scott Smart served as executive director of Downtown Huntsville, an organization created to revitalize Huntsville, Alabama. Over the course of 14 years, Smart embezzled $236,000. How did Smart do it? He did it by depositing subscriber cash receipts in his own bank account, writing Downtown Huntsville checks to himself, and creating phony

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  • Scottsdale Middle School wants to raise money for a new sound system for its auditorium. The primary fund-raising event is a dance at which the famous disc jockey Jay Dee will play classic and not-so-classic dance tunes. Steve Cerra, the music and theater instructor, has been given the responsibility for coordinating the fund-raising effo

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  • Sean and Liz Kinsella are planning to open and operate a coffee shop on a university campus. Sean and Liz are concerned that part of the cash that customers pay for food might be kept by some of the store’s employees.Required:Identify some internal control procedures that could help ensure that all cash paid by customers is remitted to

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  • Seaton Department Stores has just installed new electronic cash registers in its stores. How do cash registers improve internal control over cash receipts?

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  • Seatow Inc. has a petty cash fund of $2,500. (a) Since the petty cash fund is only $2,500, should Seatow Inc. implement controls over petty cash? (b) What controls, if any, could be used for the petty cash fund?

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  • Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act increased top management's responsibility for what?

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  • Segmented income statement. Vogel Co. produces three models of heating and air conditioning thermostat components. The following table summarizes data about each model:Required:a. Criticize the preceding presentation. On what basis does the $10,000 of company fixed expenses appear to be allocated?b. Calculate the effect on total company

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  • Select a business in your community and observe its internal controls over cash receipts and cash payments. The business could be a bank or a bookstore, restaurant, department store, or other retailer. In groups of three or four, identify and discuss the similarities and differences in each business’s cash internal controls.

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  • Separation of duties is a key internal control.Requirement1. Explain in your own words why separation of duties is often described as the cornerstone of internal control for safeguarding assets. Describe what can happen if the same person has custody of an asset and also accounts for the asset.

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