Which of the following is not an aspect of good internal control?

(A) Performance of audits

(B) Assignment of responsibility for each duty to a large number of employees

(C) Use of reliable employees

(D) Clear authorization of transactions

Answer (B): Assignment of responsibility for each duty to a large number of employees

Explanation: The absence of inside controls normally brings about the absence of capacity to follow execution against spending plans, estimates, and schedules. Unapproved admittance to monetary information and client records, including sensitive data, brings about security breaks and compromised accounts.

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