Form Description: Petty cash accounts are supposed to make things easier for those in the office. After all, if you would like to spring for a lunch party for the entire office, or need to get some emergency office supplies? Then turn to the petty cash fund. However, petty cash funds also have the inherent ability to have accounting errors crop up from time to time. Help prevent those errors from cropping up by using this Petty Cash Journal. This form will allow you to keep track of where the money went, when it went there, and for what purposes. Best of all, when used properly, you can even have a running tally of the money you currently have available in the petty cash fund. This particular edition of the journal has been created with some numbered rows. These rows will allow you, your office, and anyone who has access to the journal an easier time of referencing the data that has been entered into it. Definitely a huge help when questions arise (and they just may) about particular entries.
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