Question:

Documents to be submitted for audits?

Answer:

The Cash Book of Faith, Kew. 38, Kew. 68, Kew. 243 and supporting documents used.

Question:

In what period of day does the cash book of confidence have to be submitted for auditing?

Answer:

According to the Treasury Order 145 which provides for the cash book and supporting documents to be submitted to the State Treasurer within 10 days after the end of each one month. In the absence of any result collected for the relevant month, the following documents shall be sent for inquiry within the time stipulated in the Treasury Directive 145:

Cash “NONE”
Kew 253
Kew 68
Question:

Results should be in the bank within the next few days?

Answer:

The proceeds cited should have been deposited into the bank on the same day upon receipt of the proceeds, this matter was set out in the Treasury Order 78 wherein all revenue collectors shall submit a collection on that day if the late collection is received shall be entered on the next day.

Question:

Results collection needs to be entered according to the code?

Answer:

State government revenue should be included in the 2003 Treasury City codes. For example, the current land tax revenue is included in the revenue code 61210 (Land Tax).

Question:

Who is eligible for receipt of money and signing a receipt?

Answer:

According to the Treasury Directive 69 and 70 explain the eligible employees to receive the proceeds and the eligible employees to sign the receipt. Officers receiving receipts and officers who sign the receipt are different officers.

Question:

Should an adjustment statement be sent if there is no transaction in a month?

Answer:

According to the Treasury Directive 143 (b), the Controlling Officer or department shall adjust the detailed transaction transactions of the State Treasurer with its accounting records and prepare the account adjustment statement for submission to the Treasurer in every month.

Question:

In what time is the statement of adjustment required to be submitted to the Treasurer?

Answer:

The Balance Verification Certificate and the Statement of Adjustment shall be submitted to the State Treasurer within 14 days from the closing date of the monthly account.

Question:

If the department does not have a Outstanding Outcome / ABT at the reporting date, is ABT-1 and ABT-2 Reports available?

Answer:

As per Para 7.7.3 Treasury Circular No. 3 Year 2008, the Department which has no outstanding arrears on the date of the report, is required to submit a statement that discloses “no” Account Receivable during the period.

Question:

What is the frequency that can be made to recruit retail money?

Answer:

According to the Treasury Order 112 (a), the recruiting may be made more than once in a month. This means that if frequent recruitment is better, the remaining balance will always be sufficient to meet the next expenditure requirement.

Question:

What documents should be available at the end of each year for account closure?

Answer:

The following documents need to be prepared at the end of the year ending 31 December within the stipulated time period:

Special Remuneration Certificate / Special Certificate
Statement of Receipts and Trust Account Payments
List of Deposit Account Individual Balance
Return Outcome Statement (Report ABT-2)
Statement of Trust Account, Deposit and Revenue Adjustment Statement
Manage / Develop Vot Expenditure Statement