Internal controls are the processes by which a business accounts for operational efficiency, financial transparency, legal and regulatory compliance, and general ethical practices to steer their performance and growth. These processes are usually established by management and can cover activities ranging from administration to risk management. Some examples of internal controls include a separation of duties, access controls, record retention and verification of expenses.
If you want to set up internal controls within your business, use the toolkit and template as guides.

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