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☑ How and why to prepare Bank Reconciliation Statement?
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We all know that every business involves rotation of cash or money due to various expenses and incomes.
Many a times there's a difference between records maintained by the bank and the records maintained by the business in relation to cash involved.
You may be wondering how is that so?
And what Is done in order to tally these records?
This course on, "Bank Reconciliation Statement" is a summary of banking and business activity that reconciles an entity's bank account with its financial records.
-What you will learn?
Why and how to prepare bank reconciliation statement with different practice quizzes.
-Who can take this course?
This course is beneficial to you weather you are a student, professional or businessman who wants to have proper knowledge of all the fundamentals of accounting. We believe that anyone can learn accounting with a proper guidance!
-Benefits of taking this Course:
This course will give you the glimpse of how to reconcile cash book with the bank book with the help of:
Explanatory videos ensures complete concept understanding.
Downloadable resources helps in applying your knowledge to solve various problems.
Quiz video helps in testing your knowledge.
In short it is an interesting course fulfilling all the student's needs.
So hurry up and enroll now!!
Bank Reconciliation Statement - Overview
Learn How to tally your Bank Statement with your Cash account
Quiz on Bank reconciliation statement - 1
Quiz on Bank Reconciliation Statement - 2
Quiz on Bank Reconciliation Statement - 3
Reading financial statements
Scanning financial statements
Deriving missing financial statement
Completing financial statement
Deriving bank summary from financial statement
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It was very interesting and can be use in our personal reconciliation as well as official reconciliation also.
I understood most of the course. At the end there was little explanation as to why both books now matched 225. Maybe add a couple more minutes explaining your math and what to deduct from what.