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THE EFFECT OF POOR ACCOUNTING RECORDS IN SMALL AND MEDIUM PROFIT MAKING ORGANIZATION

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THE EFFECT OF POOR ACCOUNTING RECORDS IN SMALL AND MEDIUM PROFIT MAKING ORGANIZATION
(A CASE STUDY OF ASA VENTURES LTD, OZORO, ISOKO NORTH L.G.A)
ABSTRACT

    Discussion of the project work is necessary as it serves as a summary of the detailed work, which introduced what the leader will find in the followings chapter one which serves as an introduction chapter attempt to give a brief definition of accounting and also explain the importance of the terms used. Chapter two deals on literature review, nature and effect of poor accounting records on small and medium scale business.Chapter three explain the method of data collection. Chapter four interpreted and analyzed the various data collected, while the writer concluded the study of the project in chapter five with summary of findings, conclusion and recommendation that would in one way or the other rectify the problem/effect of poor accounting records in profit making organization.  
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER ONE: Introduction     
Background of the study                 
Statement of the problem                         
Purpose of the study                            
Research questions                        
Significance of the study                    
Scope/Limitation of the study                 
Operational definition of terms                
CHAPTER TWO: Literature Review
2.1    Introduction                             
2.2    Department in the organization                     
2.3    Balance Sheet                                 
CHAPTERTHREE: Research Methodology
Research Design                                
Population of the study                     
Sample size                                
Sampled Technique                         
Research Instrument                            
Validation of the Instrument                        
Reliability of the Instrument                        
Method of data collection                         
Method of data analysis                         
CHAPTER FOUR: Interpretation and Analysis of data
4.1    Introduction                             
4.2    Discussion of Findings                             
CHAPTER FIVE: Summary, Conclusion and Recommendations
5.1    Summary of findings                             
5.2    Conclusion                                 
5.3    Recommendation                             
5.4    Suggestion for further study                        
    References                                 
    Appendix                                     
    Questionnaire                                 
CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
Background of the Study
    Proper accounting record is very vital for the survival of business in any making organization as it widely recognized as a basic component use in measuring and recording of financial transaction so as to pass informed decisions. Debenture holders and shareholder are informed of their financial status in their companies through the accounting record kept.
    Accounting is the process f presenting information derived from book-keeping as accounting for the use of management and others as opined by some learned authors as researchers.
    All profit oriented organization needs the accounting information for proper management and control. It is now very necessary to have proper accounting records in every day’s activities which can be well interpreted at any point in line by the users. Recording business transactions involves some documentation of fact for reference, it is important to maintain accurate accounting record for the following reasons;
To meet government requirement of audited financial statement for the purpose of tax and share subscription.
To enable the ascertainment of profit and loss in an organization.
It is now very obvious that accounting is of noticeable importance to every unit of our society. Accounting records involves the followings.
Source document: Receipts, invoice, credit notes, cheques, payment voucher etc
Books of original entry: Sales journal, purchase journal, return inward journal, cash book, journal proper and ledger.
Final accounting: Manufacturing, trading, profit and loss account and the balance sheet.
They are prepared to know the transaction and the result of such for a particular period.
Statement of the Problem
The purpose of this piece of work is to find out the effect of poor accounting records in a profit making organization. In a situation where accounting records are poorly kept, problem emerges and such problems includes;
Exposure of organization to theft
Decline in the size of organization
Poor management and control
Fraudulent act among employees
Purpose of the Study
The major of this study is to examine and be able to identify the possible effect that a poor accounting record will have in a profit making organization.
The study will specifically;
Find out the effect of poor accounting records
Identify the causes of poor accounting records
Make the researcher judge and identify the level of effects on the business.
Research questions
The research questions will be tailored along line of questions that will enable the researcher gather relevant information about the research topic.
What is the effect of poor accounting records in an organization?
Where are these effect pronounced in an organization?
Is there any alternative method of overcoming the effect?
Can a better method be adopted to upgrade the accounting records?
Significance of the Study
The significance of this research cannot be over emphasized as it will touch all aspect of accounting management function and the process for proper financial records.
Internal recording to managers for us in making special decision and in formulation of plans.
Internal reporting for managers use in controlling current operation
External operation to shareholders, government and outside parties.
Scope of Study
This piece of work is directed towards the evaluation and appraisal of the effect of poor accounting records in a profit making organization in which certain factors made it impossible for a full average of the study of some of such factors which involve but not limited to the following;
Inadequate source of information in getting the relevant text and literature for adequate reference was not so easy. More so, the project is limited to the small and medium scale industries where the effect of poor accounting records will be studied in details.
Definition of Terms
    In the course of this research work some words have been use and needed definition for proper understanding.
Book-keeping: Is the process of recording data relating to accounting transaction in the accounting books, and the transactions are being recorded in an orderly manner.
Balance sheet: It refers to the summary of the state of affairs of the assets, liabilities reserves, profit and capital as shown by the book of account at a particular date.
Ledger: Is an account which contains summarized and a permanent record of all business transactions.
Cash book: Is a unique book that serves as a book of original and as well as section of ledger in which are recorded all daily cash receipts and cash payment.
Profit and loss account: Is an account prepared to determine the second profit which is called net profit or net loss.
Sales day book: Is the book where all goods sold on credit are recorded.
Purchase day book: Is the book where all goods bought on credit are recorded.
Trading account: Is an account where the sales revenue is compared with loss of sales to arrive at gross profit or loss.
Depreciation account: Is the permanent and continues decrease in the quality and value of a fixed assets.

THE EFFECT OF POOR ACCOUNTING RECORDS IN SMALL AND MEDIUM PROFIT MAKING ORGANIZATION

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Type Project
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Project ID ACC0655
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
Chapters 5 Chapters
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    Type Project
    Department Accounting
    Project ID ACC0655
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    Chapters 5 Chapters
    No of Pages 38 Pages
    Methodology Simple Percentage
    Reference YES
    Format Microsoft Word

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