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Petty Cash Funds

Introduction

For the purpose of BARS, petty cash includes change funds, working funds, revolving, advance travel, stamp funds, check cashing funds, etc.; in other words, any sum of money or other resources set aside for such specific purposes as minor disbursements, making change, and similar uses (i.e., imprest fund). If the petty cash is disbursed, it is periodically restored to its original amount by a warrant drawn and charged to the applicable operating fund. The amount of the warrant should equal the aggregate of the disbursements. BARS Manual, Part 3, Chapter 3, Section C, Page 8.

References

Documents

Code Provisions

  • Aberdeen Ch. 3.24, Petty Cash Fund
  • Edgewood Sec. 3.30.060, Petty Cash
  • Gold Bar Ch 3.36, Petty Cash and Change Revolving Fund
  • Ilwaco Ch. 3.05 Cash Funds
  • Kirkland Ch. 5.69, Petty Cash Fund
  • Lake Stevens Ch. 3.40, Petty Cash Revolving Fund
  • Marysville Ch. 3.51, Petty Cash Fund
  • Mason County Ch. 3.140, Authority and Responsibility for Petty Cash Funds
  • Poulsbo Ch. 3.62, Petty Cash and Change Revolving Funds
  • Sultan Ch. 3.36, Petty Cash Fund and Cash Drawers
  • Woodinville Ch. 3.24, Petty Cash Fund
  • Woodland Ch. 3.05, Petty Cash and Change Revolving Funds

Policies and Procedures


Last Modified: March 24, 2016