Rubber Stamps
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A "must have" in any stamp collection. Indispensable to
document whether a transaction has been entered in the
accounting system. Stamp has description for G/L
account, posting period and amount.
An important stamp to cancel a paid invoice. When used
with the "Entered" stamp,  it helps to track the status of
invoice vouchers.  Has an invoice been entered? Has it
been paid? How much was paid? Stamp has description
for G/L account, posting period and amount.
One of those "I wished I had" stamp. Stamp is useful to
certify that a bank account, vendor statement or G/L
account has been reconciled. The "Reconciled" stamp is
used as part of month-end close procedures to verify the
accuracy of account balances.
Rubber stamps are memory joggers.  They
link a control form to the underlying
transaction recorded in the accounting
system. They help determine whether an
action was taken on a document or form, on
what date and by whom.

Stamps are indispensable as a control
technique to validate that a transaction
has been entered and coded properly in the
accounting system. When used with critical
control forms, stamps provide an important
line of defense to strengthen controls at
minimal cost.

Our stamps are made by COSCO Industries, a
family owned business founded in 1893 in  
Harwood Heights, Illinois, a small town
outside Chicago. The 2000 Plus Classic Line
Model 2660 featured in our product line
hails from the same tradition of quality
and dependability that you would expect
from every COSCO rubber stamp product. The
2660 Model has the following features:

Stamps will work with any accounting system
from QuickBooks to SAP.

Has this invoice been entered? If so, how
was it coded? What period was it posted
to? And for what amount? What batch
number or reference ID was assigned to
the posted transaction?

Has this invoice been paid? If so, from
which bank account, on what date and
what check number?

Has this account been reconciled? If so, as
of what date?
Did You Know That ...
The Mayan Indians of South America were
among the first people to use rubber stamps.
Mayan Indians used a primitive form of stamping
to "mark and tattoo" images on men and women.

Metal polycarbon construction that is
both lightweight and rugged
Sleek modern design
Large imprint size, 1 3/8" x 2 1/8",
with three lines for notations in
addition to the ENTERED, PAID or
RECONCILED description
Automatic dater
Two self inking pads for heavy duty
stamping volume
Band Shield ink technology to help keep
ink away from fingers and clothes
Rated to last 6 years!