The Glasgow giants this week vowed to defend any claim from finance firm Orlit after confirming they have been in dispute with the Singapore-based organisation over an "insignificant" debt.
Reports claimed the company could seek a winding-up petition over a £400,000 bill for services relating to investments made when Charles Green's consortium bought the oldco Rangers` business and assets in the summer.
Rangers' finances are under the spotlight again almost a year after the club was placed in administration. But McCoist said: "I don't think that's a bad thing actually. Because of the recent history and going into administration just about a year ago next week, I'm actually delighted the finances of the club are being scrutinised.
"I don't have a problem with it at all. I'm aware that it's a natural thing, because of what's happened, for the finances of the club to be scrutinised even more. As manager and as a supporter, I'm all for it and I would hope the fans would think it's a good thing."
On the Orlit dispute, he added: "What I've been told is, it's not a great issue. I don't really know what's normal in business transactions but I believe there was a dispute and the dispute is just about at an agreement.
"That's what I've been told. I'm not involved with it personally and I'm certainly not hands on in something like that. From what I've been told, it's maybe been completely blown out of proportion. I certainly hope that would be the case."
Meanwhile, McCoist is seeking a positive reaction to last week's painful exit from the Scottish Cup at the hands of Dundee United, when the league leaders host nearest rivals Queen's Park on Saturday.
He said: "They have given us two really, really tough games. We won both of them but in the last one, in particular, at Hampden we scored late on through Fraser Aird. They are second in the league for a reason.
"I've known Gardner Speirs for a long time and he's a good coach. I don't particularly go along with this part-time philosophy - I think Gardner has a full-time train of thought and his players have a full-time train of thought. It's a great game for us tomorrow and it will be another tough one."