Answer to Question #62526 in Accounting for Asif

Question #62526
On 30th June, 2008 the balance on an organisation's cash book was a debit of
Rs 10,420. On the same date the bank statement showed that the organisation was in
credit with a total of Rs 8,380. The following was then discovered:
(A) Bank charges of Rs 240 were shown on the bank statement but had not been
entered into the cash book.
(b) The payments side of the cash book had been undercast by Rs 1,000.
(c) A standing order payment of Rs 700 appeared on the bank statement but had
been omitted from the cash book.
(d) Cheques drawn by the organisation for Rs 1,200, Rs 600 and Rs 350, had not
yet been presented at the bank by 30th June and there fore did not appear on
the bank statement.
(e) A cheque receipt from a customer of Rs 2,250 had been paid into the bank
account on 29th June but did not appear on the bank statement until 3rd July.
Prepare the bank reconciliation statement as at 30th June 2008
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