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Reconciling a checking account balance as shown on your statement to that shown in your check register, you should subtract any uncleared checks, as they cannot have been used to compute the balance.

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At some stage in doing a checking account bank statement reconciliation you need to subtract all the following items expect?

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Why do you prepare a Bank Reconciliation Statement?

When the balances of our Cash Book and Pass Book do not agree, we prepare a Bank Reconciliation Statement. A Bank Reconciliation Statement is prepared periodically to reconcile the two balances and explain the reasons for the difference between them. It shows the items and the errors causing the difference as on a particular date. It is just a statement and not a part of the books of Accounts.


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What is the first step toward reconciling your checkbook?

The first step is to gather the documentation needed to complete the reconciliation: the check register, the bank statement and the previous reconciliation. While you can complete the following steps in any sequence, I think it makes sense to first compare the reconciling items from the previous statement to make sure they are no longer reconciling items: have all outstanding checks been presented, have any deposits in transit been credited, bank fees recorded, etc. Then you would compare all checks recorded in the register to those which have cleared the bank, noting any discrepancies. Then do the same for deposits. Finally, identify any charges or credits on the bank statement which were not posted to the check register. As long as you complete the reconciliation, it really doesn't matter which step you do first. I believe the above sequence makes the process easier.


What is the first step toward reconciling your checkbook register?

The first step is to gather the documentation needed to complete the reconciliation: the check register, the bank statement and the previous reconciliation. While you can complete the following steps in any sequence, I think it makes sense to first compare the reconciling items from the previous statement to make sure they are no longer reconciling items: have all outstanding checks been presented, have any deposits in transit been credited, bank fees recorded, etc. Then you would compare all checks recorded in the register to those which have cleared the bank, noting any discrepancies. Then do the same for deposits. Finally, identify any charges or credits on the bank statement which were not posted to the check register. As long as you complete the reconciliation, it really doesn't matter which step you do first. I believe the above sequence makes the process easier.


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What are the items one should check during bank reconciliation?

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