[CBSE] Q 11 Solutions Special Purpose Books I Cash Book TS Grewal (2022-23)

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Are you looking for the solutions of Question number 11 Special Purpose Book I Cash Book TS Grewal class 11 CBSE Board 2022-23 Session?

Enter the following transactions in Two-column Cash Book of Gaurav, Delhi:

April 1
Opening Balance of Cash in Hand1,00,000
April 1Opening Balance of Bank Overdraft5,00,000
April 2Sold goods3,48,000
April 3Sold goods against cheque and paid into bank the same day3,36,000
April 5Sold goods to Reema, payment received by cheque1,00,000
April 6Ram paid by cheque
Discount allowed
Reema’s cheque desposited in bank
April 7Bought goods from Rahul, paid him by cheque44,800
Salaries paid to staff by cheque2,20,000
April 10Deposited in bank3,00,000
April 11Received a cheque from Suresh and paid into bank
Discount allowed
April 15Received from R.Kumar a cheque for settlement of his account for ₹ 1,95,0001,87,500
April 18Paid wages in cash30,000
April 20Bank Charges5,000
April 22Withdrew from bank1,00,000
Withdrew from Bank for personal use1,20,000
April 25Paid electricity bill by cheque31,500
Issued a cheque to Sudha as advance for purchase of house for Gaurav2,00,000
April 30Bank collected interest received on investments15,000

[Cash Balance – ₹ 2,18,000; Bank Overdraft – ₹ 76,300.]


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