AUXILIARY JOURNAL Definition

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AUXILIARY JOURNAL is a journal in which accounting information is stored both before and after the transfer to the General Ledger.

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TIME DEPOSIT is a bank deposit that can be withdrawn only after a set period of time or with prior notice, e.g. a certificate of deposit (CD).

LITIGATION RISK is an assessment of the likelihood or probability that legal action may be taken, e.g. auditors may encounter an unacceptable level of litigation risk on an assignment where the client has possibly been involved with fraudulent financial reporting.

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