3 Important Things To Know About Internal Control Systems For Your Business
16 December 2015
If your company is growing and does not have an internal control system in place, you may want to consider hiring a forensic accounting firm to design and implement a system for you. Internal control systems are designed to reduce the chances of fraud taking place in an organization, and they are important for all types of companies. Here are three things you should know about internal control systems.
What Is An Internal Control System?
What Is Overdraft Protection And Is It Good For A Checking Account?
29 July 2015
When you open a checking account, one of the questions the bank may ask you is if you would like to enroll in overdraft protection. If you've never had a checking account before or never heard of overdraft protection, you may want to learn more about this feature before you agree to it or decline it. Here are three things you should understand about overdrawing your account and the way overdraft protection works.
Don't Get Jipped – Weigh Old Gold Jewelry Before You Sell It
2 July 2015
Whether you're cleaning out your jewelry box or you're in a bind and need some money quick, selling old gold jewelry is a great way to get cash fast. To ensure you don' get jipped, you need to know how to properly weigh gold jewelry so you can estimate it's value. Once you have an approximate price value for your gold, you will know if you're getting a good deal or not when you sell it.
Should You Use An Appraisal Management Company When Selling Your Home?
26 May 2015
If you've begun to take steps to prepare your home for sale, you may be nervous about the upcoming appraisal. Not only will this value assessment help determine your home's listing price, it will also set the maximum amount potential buyers will be able to borrow against your home without additional collateral. And with recent federal regulations governing "arms length" real estate transactions now being strictly enforced, many lenders have opted to partner with appraisal management companies (AMCs) to ensure that the appraised value of a home is truly accurate and verifiable.