Financial Recordkeeping Sample Clauses

Financial Recordkeeping. Financial records include, but is not limited to, general ledgers for each account, journal entries, all supporting documentation and calculations used to create journal entries, trial balances, financial statements, bank statements, bank reconciliations, tax reports, accounts payable and receivable records, rent rolls, tenant information, portfolio analysis routinely created or created at the request of Owner, ad hoc reports requested by Owner from time to time and any other financial records and reports listed on Schedule C. At Owner’s cost, Manager shall maintain, at Manager’s premises and electronically in a centralized location designated and accessible by Owner, and maintain in a manner customary and consistent with generally accepted accounting principles, financial records based on Owner’s fiscal year-end. Manager shall not delete, destroy, relocate or otherwise make any historical record inaccessible to Owner without Owner’s prior written consent. Manager shall use its own chart of accounts and monthly financial statements may be cut-off approximately five (5) days prior to month-end. Owner shall bear the expense of maintaining financial records electronically and the expense of storing historical financial records that are more than 36 months old.
Financial Recordkeeping. The operations of each Target have been conducted at all times in compliance with applicable financial record keeping and reporting requirements and money laundering statutes of the BVI and the PRC, as applicable and, to Shareholder’s knowledge, all other jurisdictions to which each Target is subject, the rules and regulations thereunder and any related or similar rules, regulations or guidelines, issued, administered or enforced by any applicable governmental agency (collectively, the “Money Laundering Laws”) and no action, suit or proceeding by or before any court or governmental agency, authority or body or any arbitrator involving either Target with respect to the Money Laundering Laws is pending or, to the knowledge of Shareholder, threatened.
Financial Recordkeeping. Seller will perform accounting Services for, and close the financial ledgers for, each of the months from the commencement of the Lease until the end of this Service (some of which may have already been provided prior to the Effective Date). Seller will provide financial statements for each of the months from the commencement of the Lease until the end of this Service (some of which also may have been previously provided prior to the Effective Date). Buyer and Seller will use their best efforts to cooperate in closing the financial ledgers for each such month.
Financial Recordkeeping. An SBDC must maintain the documentation for year-end Standard Form 425 financial report as required by OMB Circulars and SBA Regulations. SBDC Lead Centers and Service Centers which manage other non-SBDC funds (i.e. not included in the proposal or SBA Cooperative Agreement) must maintain separate ledgers and transaction journals for the SBDC financial activity to ensure a clear audit trail of the financial resources used under the SBDC Cooperative Agreement as required by 2 CFR Part 215 (OMB Circular A-110) and CFR § 143.20. SBDC expenditures of federal, matching and program income must be accounted for separately from other center resources. In addition, funds must be identifiable to the program year for which they were provided. Funds that were approved as a “carryover” from a previous program year also must be maintained and reported separately. SBDCs must maintain support documents for SBA Form 2113 and SF-425s. This support should consist of at a minimum: • A spreadsheet which acts as reconciliation between the SF-425 and the disbursement journals at the Lead Center and Service Center(s). This applies to the Lead Center only. • Support for all charges to the Cooperative Agreement, but not limited to the disbursement ledger, vendor invoices, canceled checks and journal entries • The expense reimbursement invoices submitted from the Service Centers and any related supporting documentation (i.e., disbursement ledgers, comparison of actual to budgeted expenditures) (This applies to Lead Center only.) • Any agreement(s) related to matching costs • Support for program income receipts and expenditures including receipt and disbursement journals • Salary and wage records for SBDC employees charged to the Cooperative Agreement (Both recipients and sub-recipients must maintain the appropriate standard 2 XXX Xxxx 000, 0 XXX Part 230, or 2 CFR 225 {Circular X-00, XXX Xxxxxxxx X-000, or OMB Circular A-87} to document costs for full-time and part-time personnel allocated to the program. This may include, but is not limited to: Time and Effort Certification, appointment letters or contracts, performance reviews, payroll journals and/or activity reports. The records should be incorporated into the official records of the institution.)
Financial Recordkeeping. HEDRA shall:
Financial Recordkeeping. Maintain a system of accounting that is substantively reasonable and customary for a company such as borrower and in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles consistently applied, and will permit Lender's officers or authorized representatives to visit and inspect Borrower's books of account and other records at such reasonable times and as often as Lender may desire, and will pay the reasonable fees and disbursements of any accountants or other agents of Lender selected by Lender for the foregoing purposes; and unless written notice of another location is given to Lender, Borrower's books and records will be located at the address set forth on the first page of this Agreement.
Financial Recordkeeping. The LTC Facility shall keep accurate books of accounts and records covering all transactions relating to this Agreement (the "Financial Records") at its principal place of business. Hospice and its duly authorized representatives, including any independent public accountant or other auditor, shall have the right during regular business hours and on reasonable written notice to the LTC Facility to examine the LTC Facility's Financial Records and to make copies thereof.
Financial Recordkeeping. Manager shall maintain, at Manager’s premises, accounting records based on the Owner’s fiscal year-end set forth in Section 2.01. Manager shall use its own chart of accounts as approved by Owner, and monthly financial statements will be cut-off approximately ten (10) days prior to month-end. Property revenues and expenditures will be accounted for on an accrual basis. It is understood that expense entries on the reports delivered to Owner will appear only as to expenditures for which Manager has received and processed invoices, and that as of the date of the report, other valid charges against the Property may be outstanding but not yet processed by Manager in the ordinary course of its business.
Financial Recordkeeping. The Chamber shall keep and maintain complete and accurate financial records in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, subject to any variations required by State law, or are otherwise agreed to in writing by the City. The Chamber shall account separately for the hotel occupancy tax revenue received through this Agreement, and expenditures made as authorized in this Agreement. On request from the City Manager or his designee, the Chamber shall make the records relating to the handling and expenditure of hotel occupancy taxes available to the City. The Chamber shall engage an independent firm of certified public accountants to audit its annual financial statements and shall deliver to the City Manager a copy of its audited annual financial statements, consisting of a statement of financial position, a statement of changes in financial position, and notes to the financial statements, no later than 120 days after the end of each Fiscal Year. The notes or supplemental information of the audited annual financial statements shall contain a detailed breakdown of revenues by source and expenditures by category. In addition to the audited annual financial statements, upon request, the Chamber shall deliver a copy of all supporting documents that underlie the audited annual financial statements.