[CBSE] Q 4 Bank Reconciliation Statement Solutions TS Grewal class 11 (2022-23)

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Are you looking for the solution of Question number 4 Bank Reconciliation statement TS Grewal Class 11 CBSE Board 2022-23 Session?

Cash Book shows a balance of ₹ 12,500. On comparing the Cash Book with the Pass Book, following discrepancies were noted:

(i) Cheques issued but not yet presented for payment.6,000
(ii) Cheques deposited in the bank but not collected.9,000
(iii) Bank paid insurance premium5,000
(iv) Bank charges300
(v) Directly deposited by a customer.8,000
(vi) Interest on investment collected by bank.2,000
(vii) Cash discount allowed of ₹ 200 was recorded on the debit side of the Bank column.

Prepare Bank Reconciliation Statement.

[Balance as per Pass Book – ₹ 14,000.]

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