petty cash


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petty cash

a small cash fund kept on a firm's premises for the payment of minor incidental expenses
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"It is not the unavailability of the petty cash that is upsetting, it is the fact the things we need are not provided to us to enable us to do our work for the people, as if we are accessories to municipal work," he added.
As part of the plans the petty cash transactions will be reduced from PS50 to PS25.
Furlong became team manager of a Tyneside-based day service, which held petty cash for expenses such as lunches, snacks and taxis.
Following an audit, it was discovered that some receipts had been supplied but were for things like taxis for non-supported activities, or receipts had been doctored and dates altered, while petty cash had apparently been used for petrol and lunches were claimed at inappropriate places and cash advances given to staff.
Mr Criddle told the court that one of Thompson's responsibilities as senior business support officer was dealing with the petty cash. He said: "He put receipts into the petty cash so that it would appear that the money was being used for proper purposes, but, in fact, it was being stolen by him."
It is claimed the business support worker repeatedly cashed cheques for PS500 a time at a post office from a petty cash account.
Taking the keys from Jai's pocket, he lets himself in and steals petty cash and other valuables.
Written in a conversational style for an audience with no more than high school education, the first part of the book introduces the puzzles with bets over petty cash and kisses.
Judge Howard Crowson said Metcalfe concealed the fact he was taking money partly by using accounting systems to give himself an apparent reason for reducing the level of petty cash.
Corporate credit cards will replace the "petty cash" system in making small purchases at the Department of National Defense (DND), in line with the Aquino administration's policy of transparency in government.
She handles both debtors and creditors, do credit checks, make sure creditor payments are received on time, reconcile deposits with receipts for all three branches on a daily basis, salaries, travel expenses and petty cash.
Having banned fans, kettles, personal photographs, eating at one's desk, it appears petty cash has also fallen foul of Dale Street''s very own Nosferatu''s bloodthirsty purges.