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Humanity in Action The Netherlands annually publishes an annual report as well as accompanying fin
All administrative documents are scanned and processed internally by Humanity in Action The Netherlands. The bank mutations are read in the same program, notably Visma. All payments are linked to the document to which they relate. In this way, each payment can be traced back to a unique piece in the bookkeeping.
Subsequently, the bookkeeping thus processed internally is checked and, if necessary, corrected by an external bookkeeping office, which also draws up the annual accounts. The bookkeeping overview can be viewed online at any time by the board.
Payments in excess of 5,000 euros must be approved by the national director and treasurer. For expenditures above euro 1,000, the 4 eye principle is applied by both parties. For expenditure between euro 250 and euro 1,000, the 4 eye principle is also applied, in this case between the national director and the program manager.
The board of Humanity in Action The Netherlands is of the opinion that sufficient guarantees have been built in for a transparent and responsible financial management and has decided to refrain from an audit report by an accountant for the year 2018, partly in connection with the related costs.
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