Tuna Manja Case Study

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Company Background Tunas Manja Development & construction Sdn Bhd (TMDC), incorporated in 1994, an established company in the state of Pahang, Malaysia.. Tunas Manja Development & Construction is engaged in a range of property development and construction activities. Besides Tunas Manja Construction and Development is a private limited company incorporated in Malaysia on 10th November 1994. They are having more than 100 million of property development projects In the past, they are still rapidly growing with various projects in progress. From 2001 until 2006, they have done on eight project which all project is primarily in Kuantan, Pahang. On 2001, TMDC have complete the project for Pusat Komersial Batu 3 Sungai Isap Kuantan which done for twenty units storey terrace shop office, eight units two storey terrace house and eight units single storey medium low cost. For the year 2002, twelve units and two storey terrace houses have finished at Taman Tunas…show more content…
According to the answer by Miss Theresa, payroll is the sum of all financial records of salaries for an employee, wages, bonuses and deductions. Services provided by the employee during a certain period of time will be paid and prepare by payroll department. Yes, payroll plays major role in company. Payroll is crucial because payroll and payroll taxes considerably affect the net income of most companies and they are subject to laws and regulations. 3. In what way the internal audit can prove to be helpful to the payroll department of an organization? Miss Theresa said that the management in the Tunas Manja Development and Construction establishes an appraisal function which is independent of the external audits. This independent appraisal function is known as internal audit. The internal audit is helpful to the payroll department because it reviews the internal control of the organization to ensure the organization is free from any fraud or misstatement. 4. How you manage your payroll accounting and

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