connie ce lau Started The Discussion:
I am Connie.I just joined this forum recently. This forum is very interesting, can share each other opinion and it help me a lot.
I am new in accounting line.Can somebody help/teach me how to do bank reconciliation in accounting way?Is the bank statement for very month must tally with our bank-recon from our account? If yes, how to do?
Pls advise me. Thank in advance.:confused:

Connie
Posted 18th August 2008 From Malaysia, Penang
I am sending you a chapter that will help you out in finding the basics of Bank Reconciliation.................

Always welcomed for further queries.

My presonal mail id is

Regards
Mannu
Posted 17th October 2008 From India, Delhi
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Bank Reconsiliation is very simple

It's difference between bank book and pass book

that means difference between your book and pass book

I.e - your bank balance is Rs. 20000/- In the End of Month 28th Sep you issue a cheque Rs.15000/-This 15000 cheque is cleared on only 3rd oct

so You have to prepare the BS as on 30th sep

Your book ( Bank Book)
Op.Bal - 20000
Ch.Issued - 15000

Balance as per your book - 5000

Pass book

Op.Bal - 20000

Still Rs.20000-

So you have to idenfited which cheque is cleared.

Thats all

Rgds
E.Shankar

If any doubt pls send to mail id -
Posted 17th October 2008 From India, Madras



 
 
 
 







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