Mary S. Schaeffer
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Accounts Payable
& Sarbanes Oxley: Strengthening Your Internal Controls

Accounts Payable & Sarbanes Oxley: Strengthening Your Internal Controls



Published in March 2006, this book describes how Sarbanes Oxley requirements should be implemented as they pertain to accounts payable functions. It includes a discussion of why the controls demanded by the Act are important to both public and private companies. It also includes an overview of the COSO framework and how it affects the accounts payable function, as well as describes the proper documentation needed to conform with SOX and the required fraud prevention controls and practices.

Mary Schaeffer's Books
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The way organizations of all sizes are paying their bills is changing, and changing rapidly. New technologies and approaches are making paper checks obsolete. This ground breaking book takes a look at how anyone can create a cost efficient controlled payment process for their organization. ________________
An in-depth look at practices every organization should be using to keep T&E expenses under control and prevent T&E fraud - while running an efficient operation. ________________
The book that answers the perennial question that regularly pops into the minds of Controllers and CFOs: Why’s my accounts payable manager doing that?
An extensive review of internal controls in the accounts payable funciton
Identifies both best and worst pracices used in Corporate America today. ________________
written with Keefe Bruyette & Woods Chairman, John Duffy with contributions from KBW employees ________________
a primer for those looking for information about business credit and collection issues ________________
A primer for those just starting out as well as those who manage the department. HINT: Accounts payable is alot more than just paying bills ________________
A comprehensive handbook for those managing the accounts payable function or "the Bible" as one business executive calls it ________________
In addition to the books shown here, Ms. Schaeffer has written books about Business Credit, Real Estate and Derivatives. ________________