1. To validate whether all A&P expenses incurred are authorized and valid expenses of the Company. 2. To ascertain accuracy, completeness, and timeliness of recording and reporting A&P expenses . 3. To verify if all A&P expenses in the income statement are properly supported as charges against the entity in the period. 4. To compare actual A&P expenses against approved budget and seek explanation on significant deviation. 5. To identify possible cost-saving measures.
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