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Cash receipts, deposit corrections, requisitions, purchase orders, invoices, travel cost reports, PCard charges, and journal entries are all examples of financial transactions.

Financial transaction is the process of transferring assets or funds from one person or entity to another. It includes trading securities, for example, giving and receiving money through a bank account, exchanging goods or services for currency, and lending and borrowing money. Financial transactions often require the use of financial instruments such as cash, check, credit card, cheque etc.

Financial transaction control is a process that helps to reduce the risks associated with unauthorized credit card and debit card transactions. The processing of these transactions is often susceptible to fraud, which can lead to significant losses over time.

In order to accurately track the financial transactions of a company, accounting is essential. This is done by recording all financial transactions and keeping track of revenue and expenses, which are recorded in accounting reports.

Consistency, timeliness, reason, documentation, and certification are the five principles.

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