bedonein71 wrote:I haven't been able to find a way to reprint the expense report from MLS. Can this be done? If not, how much of a problem is it?
That is correct. Step 16 of the audit checklist states this:punman wrote:Would it also be true that if the bishop signs the expense report, and the report is kept, that the bishop does not necessarily have to sign the cheque or the expense form?
The bishop does not need to approve every aspect of the process of making a payment for an expense. The signature on one of the documents described is adequate to indicate he is aware of and approved the payment.Did the bishop approve all payments?
Look at the payment documents. Make sure the bishop has approved the payments by signing at least one of the following: invoice, bill, receipt, or payment request. The bishop's signature on the MLS Detail Expense Report is adequate proof of his approval.
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