a company makes a big sale out of its Wichita office. How does that company ensure that the sale properly flows through its accounting books and records and ultimately its Financial Statements (which are assembled at its headquarters in California)? The answer is by having effective Internal Controls and Procedures. The SEC defines Internal Controls and Procedures as a process designed by the CEO and CFO of a company and put into place by the board of directors and management of the company to provide reasonable assurances about the reliability of financial reporting and the preparation of Financial Statements. See SOX Section 404.
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