Using Purchase Orders

If you’re in a business that requires materials to be purchased each month, and you have more than 10 employees, you should consider using purchase orders.

If you’re the owner and you do all the buying and receiving, there’s not much of a reason for using purchase orders. It would just bog you down in more paperwork. But if you’ve got several employees involved in the buying/receiving process, it makes good business sense to use purchase orders.

Reasons for using Purchase Orders:

  • Clearly defines the materials purchased
  • Specifies the job the materials are for
  • Requires owner approval for any materials purchased
  • Requires an employee check the materials as they come in and make sure they’re what was ordered
  • Cuts down on fraud where employees order materials and take home or sell them

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Using Purchase Orders

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