Financial Transaction Documentation


The value of supporting documentation for financial transactions can be measured by the degree of objectivity with which such documentation was compiled. For example, auditors rely on bank statements to confirm the accuracy of bank holdings. The following document shows some definitions and a list that ranks, from greatest to least, the quality of financial supporting documentation.

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