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This 13-page document covers how the Company will manage Cash in its stores.  Cash Management safeguards sales and it is one of the basic controls that should be present in order for a company to survive.

Cash is and will always be a strong temptation for theft when safeguards are not implemented.  So the company should exercise control over cash management and should do regular check on compliance to guidelines and procedures set forth in this Operations Manual.

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This 13-page document covers how the Company will manage Cash in its stores.  Cash Management safeguards sales and it is one of the basic controls that should be present in order for a company to survive.

Cash is and will always be a strong temptation for theft when safeguards are not implemented.  So the company should exercise control over cash management and should do regular check on compliance to guidelines and procedures set forth in this Operations Manual.

 

What’s Inside:

This Simplified Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) covers the following key areas:

1.   Cash Sales – including cash sales summary, cash deposits, and audit of sales

2.  Petty Cash – including petty cash forms, change fund, and skimming.

 

Applicable For:

This document is applicable for medium-sized businesses with several stores or branches like food, services, and retail companies.

However, please note the following:

1.)  This is just a template designed to guide you and serve as a starting point for your company.  You need to customize it according to your own processes and procedures.

2.) This is the SOP for our company, Ink All-You-Can.  Thus, some processes or items may not be applicable for your own company.  Please just ignore them.

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