Financial Services

Cash receipting

Further information

  • Accounts receivable Frequently Asked Questions
  • Accounts receivable forms

Completing accounts receivable forms

Financial Services has documented the key financial processes currently carried out at the devolved level across the University to work towards bringing the University to a consistent level of financial reporting.

Background

The Business Improvement Plan project has been initiated to ensure the documentation of the key financial processes across the University as well as to successfully implement a University-wide best practice model within a defined framework of quality, time and cost.

Each Role Pack is written for a role within a specific division.

The desired outcome of these Role Packs is to implement appropriate changes in order to address areas of concerns identified by Office of Auditor’s General (OAG) in 2005. The areas of concern highlighted in the Auditor’s report were:

  • frequency of cash counts and banking
  • lack of reconciliation between cash collections and banking documentation
  • evidence of banking deposited with Financial Services
  • segregation of duties within the cash receipting function
  • lack of approval requirements for processing void transactions
  • receipts not being issued when collecting cash
  • journals being processed without an appropriate review process.

(See also University Finance Manual on Cash Receipting.)

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