Cooperative Accounting

Cooperative accounting is the applications of financial accounting principles, concepts and policies to cooperatives in order to ascertain its financial position, promote accountability, efficient management and ensure viable operations of co-operative financial resources. Furthermore, the cooperative law makes the keeping of proper sets of accounting records and the preparation of the final accounts compulsory for every registered cooperative society and sets of information that must be disclosed in the final account. ACCOUNTS AND RECORDS. 1.MEMBER’S PASSBOOK Member’s passbook is opened for every member which serves as a personal account on which all transactions between a member and the society are recorded. Below is the front- and back-page sample of members passbook. 2. ANALYSIS BOOK Analysis book is use for recording members’ contributions, loan disbursed and repayment, membership withdrawal, fine and other incomes on monthly basis. Also, this book helps to analyse the transaction on a monthly basis. This book help cooperative to always spread open in front of members at any general meeting of the society. 3. PERSONAL LEDGER Personal ledger helps to record member’s contributions of shares, savings, deposits, withdrawals, loan and refunds. In addition, the entries into this book are from the individual’s entries in the analysis book which is also entered in the passbook. With proper recording of transaction, individual cash balances can be seen at a glance. 4. LOAN REGISTER Loan register is a source document containing information regarding all loans granted at any time. Such information includes membership personal number; member identity number; committee meeting minute number; cheque number. Also, includes amount authorized and approved; amount applied for and granted; date of approval and refund;...
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