Office Administration - Cxc School Based Assessment

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An investigation into the documents used in the accounts office at an organization in Kingston.
Name: Alex Ellis
School: Oberlin High
Territory: Jamaica
Registration #: 100086
Teacher: Ms Gray
Centre #: 100086
Date: February 2009

An investigation into the documents used in the accounts office at an organization in Kingston.
Name: Alex Ellis
School: Oberlin High
Territory: Jamaica
Registration #: 100086
Teacher: Ms Gray
Centre #: 100086
Date: February 2009

CONTENT PAGE
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 2
PART 1 3
TITLE 4
AIMS 4
FUNCTIONS 4
CORRESPONDENCE 5
PART 2 6
METHODOLOGY 7
QUESTIONNAIRE 8-9
SCHEDULE 10
REGULATIONS
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DATE ACTIVITY COMMENTS
Jan. 12, 2009 title Title written successfully.
Jan. 12, 2009 Aims Aims written successfully.
Jan. 13, 2009 Correspondence A little difficult occurred during the process of writing
Jan. 16, 2009 Visit to organization The person interview had a busy schedule and a 15 minutes delay occurred.
Jan. 17, 2009 Methodology and questions written Both activities were done successfully.
Jan. 19, 2009 Regulations Regulations were written quite fine.
Jan. 20, 2009 Report written The report was written with only one problem.
Feb. 1, 2009 Office equipment, Bibliography and business form written. All activities was completed without any problem occurring.
Feb. 5, 2009 Appendices The appendices was completed successfully
Feb. 20, 2009 S.B.A. The SBA was typed and printed successfully.

REPORT
BUISNESS FORMS
OFFICE EQUIPMENTS
BIBLIOGRAPHY

The accounts office of any organization is one of the most important offices of the organization. The major role of the accounts office is to regulate the finances of the company in a pathway and increase the standard of service offered. The accounts offices consist of accountants, Assistant accountants, secretary and an accounts clerk. In the accounts office there are documents which are essential for the operation of the business such as payroll, pay slip, invoices, receipts statement of account debit note and credit note. The invoice is a