CASH DRAW see PROPRIETORS DRAW.
HISTORICAL COST CONVENTION is that assets are recorded at their initial cost and are not subsequently revalued upwards, and liabilities valued at the amount initially received in exchange for the obligation. The relevance of the convention is that figures remain objectively based on verifiable figures, but in times of high inflation historical cost can become a dubious convention to follow.
PROCESSING CONTROL, in accounting, is an internal control included in computer software designed to assure that all transactions are handled as authorized and none omitted or added.
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