Business, 12.11.2019 11:31, scadengo123

An effective financial management process is dependent on a number of factors. crucial is the establishment of a sound system of internal control to minimise risk and maximise effectiveness. outline your understanding of internal control and why it is important to have a system in place as part of the financial management process. what are the key areas that need to be considered when implementing internal controls? give an example of three (3) key controls that will assist in achieving these objectives

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