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Bank service charge.
Interest credited to bank account.
Interest charged to bank account.
Deposit in transit.
Bank inadvertently charged your bank account for another company's bank fees.
Bank erred by posting another company's credit memo to your company's bank account.
Fee charged by bank for returned check.
A company wrote a check for $76 and it cleared the bank for $76. However, the company recorded the check in its Cash account as $67. How is the difference of $9 handled on the bank reconciliation?
A company had a receipt of $989 and correctly prepared its bank deposit slip for $989. However, the company recorded the receipt in its Cash account as $998. How is the difference of $9 handled on the bank reconciliation?
The bank collected a Note Receivable for the company and credited the company's bank account for $1,000.
A company deposited a check from a customer into its checking account. A few days later the check was returned with the notation account closed and the bank deducted the amount on the bank statement.
Which of the following items will require a journal entry to the company's books?
Which of the following will NOT require a journal entry to the company's books?
A company recorded its check #2754 in its accounting records as $98. However, check #2754 was actually written for $89 and it cleared the bank as $89. What adjustment is needed to the Cash balance per books?
A company recorded its August 15 receipts on its books as $165. However, the receipts were actually $156. The deposit slip for the bank was prepared correctly as $156. What adjustment is needed to the Cash balance per books?
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