PROOF OF CASH Definition

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PROOF OF CASH is a reconciliation of the general ledger cash balance at both the beginning and end of a period, combined with a reconciliation of cash deposited for the period with the cash receipts journal, and a reconciliation of checks for the period with the cash disbursements journal.

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CUT-OFF is designating a point of termination. An auditor uses tests of cutoff to obtain evidence that transactions for each year are included in the financial statements of the appropriate year.

OPERATION AGREEMENT, within an LLC, is similar to the constitution of a corporation. It is drafted primarily because an LLC only has a basic Articles of Organization that is very general in nature. An Operation Agreement has much more specificity as to the formation and operation of the LLC organization.

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