+234 813 0686 500
+234 809 3423 853
info@grossarchive.com

THE IMPACT OF A GOOD INTERNAL CONTROL SYSTEM ON FINANCIAL MANGEMENT OF ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BOTTLING COMPANY)

  • Type:Project
  • Pages:74
  • Format:Microsoft Word
(Accounting Project Topics & Materials)
1.1 GENERAL INTRODUCTION 
Every organization, profit or non- profit making has objectives  and goals in mind to achieve, for profit whole for the non- profit making organization  their goal is to satisfy the social need of the citizens, and in the achievement of these purposes, supervisor more often than not of its activities, play a document  role. But the largess of the size and scope of these organization have some times made it impossible for the executors to exercise personal and \first hand supervisor of operations. It is in this light that internal controls, financial or otherwise  established by management is initiated. According to chambers Andrews (1974) “A complex organization needs an auditor as an extension of the eyes and ears of management who however effective,  the organization might be unable to inspect the work of their subordinates whose stewardship is delegated to them. 
The system of internal control keeps management informed as to whether government regulation are being followed  and whether the  financial position of the organization is sound. This ensures management of the effectiveness of the activities in the organization especially the accuracy and authority of financing data 
Internal control can be broadly divided  into two  main categories 
1. Administrative control 
2. Accounting  or financial  
It is the accounting or financial control function that internal audit; internal control system  thus  consist internal audit; internal checks and other accounting polices and systems built into the internal control net-work to promote and encourage the attainment of the objectives of the firm.
Internal audit is an internal function which means that it is conducted by the employers of an organization  specially designed for this purpose and therefor means. It is an organizations  management responsibility to establish the department not to do so.
  The objectives of internal  auditing is to assist all member of management  in the effective discharge of their responsibilities, by furnishing them with  analysis, appraisal, recommendation and pertinent commentary in the activities  reviewed. 
To attain its overall objective, internal audit involves such activities as:  
(a) Reviewing  and app raising  the soundness, adequacy and application of accounting, Financial and other operating controls and recommending effective control at a reasonable cost.
(b)  Assertain the extent of compliance with established polices, plans and procedures.
(c) Ascertain the reliability and relevance of  management data development within the organization .
(d) Appraising the quality performance in carrying out assigned  responsibilities.
(e) Ascertaining the effectiveness of established policies and plans and recommending  operating improvements.
Where an internal audit department operates, the statutory auditor pays particular attention to its activities as these will have a direct bearing on the scope and depth regained by the external auditor.
This system of internal check is to  prevent or detect errors and fraud and  that the system is operating satisfactorily: It also ensure an adequate accounting system to provide the  information necessary for preparing true and fair financial statement .
Since it is the sole duty of the management of an organization to detect  fraud, errors and other Irregularities and correct them before they come to the notice of the  external auditors, the internal audit procedures adopted by an organization is of consequence. As a result of this, the procedure to be adopted by an internal audit department must have these in mind and also be set up by experts in theory and in practice
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title page 
Approval page 
Dedication 
Acknowledgement 
Proposal 

CHAPTR ONE:
 INTRODUCTION 
1.1 General introduction 
1.2 Statement of problem 
1.3 Purpose of study 
1.4 Significance of the study 
1.5 Scope and limitation of the study 
1.6 Formulation of hypothesis 
1.7 Definition of terms 

CHAPTER TWO: 
LITERATURE REIVEW 
2.1 INTRODUCTION 
2.2 What is internal control 
2.3 Types of internal control 
2.4 Overview of internal control system 
2.5 Element of a good internal control system 
2.6 Stages of internal audit planning  
2.7 Problems of internal control system 
2.8 Internal check 
2.9 Ways by which organization mangoes its scare fund 

CHAPTER THREE 
RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLGY 
3.1 Area of coverage 
3.2 Data source 
3.3 Questionnaire  design 
3.4 Sample size 
3.5 Questionnaire allocation 
3.6 Data analysis techniques used 

CXHAPTER FOUR 
DATRA PRESDENTATION: 
FINDS AND `ANALYSIS 
4.1 Data presentation 
4.2 Analysis of responses to questionnaire 
4.3 Test of hypothesis
 
CHAPTER FIVE 
SUMMARY, RECOMMENDATION AND CONCLUSION  
5.1 General summary 
5.2 Recommendations 
5.3 Conclusion 
Bibliography 
Appendix 




THE IMPACT OF A GOOD INTERNAL CONTROL SYSTEM ON FINANCIAL MANGEMENT OF ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BOTTLING COMPANY)

Share This

Details

Type Project
Department Accounting
Project ID ACC2397
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
No of Pages 74 Pages
Format Microsoft Word

500
Leave a comment...

    Details

    Type Project
    Department Accounting
    Project ID ACC2397
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 74 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

    Related Works

    1.1 GENERAL INTRODUCTION Every organization, profit or non- profit making has objectives and goals in mind to achieve, for profit whole for the non- profit making organization their goal is to satisfy the social need of the citizens, and in the achievement of these purposes, supervisor more often than not of its activities, play a document role.... Continue Reading
    (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BOTTLING COMPANY) ABSTRACT An internal control system is the process that can be use to provide reasonable assurance that the units goals and objectives will be achieved. It is also the management of business risks and is a dynamic process... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT An internal control system is the process that can be use to provide reasonable assurance that the units goals and objectives will be achieved. It is also the management of business risks and is a dynamic process that changes as personnel and circumstance change. The impact of a good internal control system on the financial management of... Continue Reading
    TABLE OF CONTENT CHAPTER ONE 1.0INTRODUCTION 1.1BACKGROUND OF STUDY 1.2STATEMENT OF PROBLEMS 1.3OBJECTIVES OF STUDY 1.4RESEARCH QUESTIONS 1.5RESEARCH HYPOTHESIS 1.6SCOPE AND LIMITATION OF STUDY 1.7DEFINITION OF TERMS REFERENCES CHAPTER TWO LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1THE EXTENT TO WHICH FRAUD AND ERRORS CAN BE PREVENTED OR DETECTED EARLY 2.1.1COMPONENT... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT The primary objective of this project work is to discern the impact of internal control system assessment in government establishment Power Holding Company of Nigeria, Enugu as a case study. Many people think of internal control system as a highly technical field which can be understood only by professional Auditors. Actually nearly every... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT Over the years, there have being a problem of incorrect and unreliable financial record which has lead to loss of organizational integrity. The research work aimed among others at determining the relationship between internal measures to proper accounting records. A survey research design was adopted for this research study and a sample... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT This research is on “Effect of Inventory Control on Profitability of a Business Organization' (A case study of Nigeria Bottling Company Plc). The study used both primary & secondary sources of data collection. Questionnaires were used to elicit the views of the respondents on whether inventory control has effect on the... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT The objective of this study was to evaluate the internal control system in operation at power holding company of Nigeria Plc in Enugu State with a view to knowing its impact on revenue generation in the state. A sample of 40 was selected for the study randomly. The questionnaires were used in gathering the primary data while secondary... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT This project will be centered on the production control system. This production control system being operated manually and due to the numerous problem encountered and over payment. A design was taken to computerized in order to check this problem the problem were identified after series of interviews and examination of document after... Continue Reading