Financial accounting I – Reconciliation statement
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PU 2014 Fall Q. No. 15
Spring Company’s deposit all cash receipts intact each day and makes all payment by cheque. On October 31, after all posting was completed; its cash account had a debit balance of Rs. 4,325. The bank statement for the month ended on October 31 showed a balance of Rs. 3,988, other data are:
a. Outstanding checks total Rs. 425.
b. Oct. 31st cash receipt of Rs. 838 was placed in the bank’s night’s depository and does not appear on the bank’s statement.
c. Bank service charge for October is Rs. 14.
d. Check No. 772 for store supplies on hand was entered at Rs. 405, but paid by the bank at its actual amount of Rs. 315.
Required: A bank reconciliation statement for Spring Company as of December 31. And, also pass necessary journals. How much cash would be presented in balance sheet at 31 October? [5+3+2]
Bank Reconciliation statement
As on October 31
|Balance as per bank statement|
Add: Deposit in transit
Less: Outstanding checks
|Adjusted balance as per bank statement||Rs. 4,401|
|Balance as per company’s book|
Add: Errors in recording
Less: Bank service charge
|Adjusted balance as per company’s book||Rs. 4,401|
In the book of Spring Company
Cash ac/ Dr. Rs. 90
Account receivable a/c Rs. 90
(To record account receivable made by the bank)
Bank service charges a/c Dr. Rs. 14
Cash a/c Rs. 14
(To record the bank service charge made by the bank)
iii. Since the adjusted balance with both bank and company’s statement is Rs. 4,401. Hence, balance Rs. 4,401 is to be reported on the balance sheet of the Spring Company.