daily audit


Senior Member
What would you replace with the word "daily" here?

The idea I'm trying to explain is a form of audit that's conducted on daily expense incurred in a business. Let's, for the time being, call it "daily audit." It's amied at looking at employees' expenses and their compliance with the company's general rules. For example, whether you correctly attached your receipt for reimbursement of your work trip transportation fees, or whether you keep your laptop in lock when not using it.

I don't think the word "daily" is the right word. I'm just basing this on the word in my langauge to give an idea.
  • Uncle Jack

    Senior Member
    British English
    "Daily audit" sounds as good a term as any. "Daily expense(s) audit" might be better if it is specifically an audit of daily expenses, rather than an audit that is conducted daily.