NCERT Solutions Class 11 Accountancy Chapter 5 Bank Reconciliation Statement

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Q1. State the need for the preparation of bank reconciliation statement?

Solution: The need and importance of the bank reconciliation statement are as follows:

 It ensures accuracy of the balances and records shown by the pass book and cash book.

 It detects the errors which might have occurred in a cash book in connection with bank transactions and helps in rectifying those errors.

 Regular preparation of bank reconciliation statement helps in prevention of frauds.

 It detects any undue delay caused during the recording of transactions or collection of cheques.

 This helps in taking appropriate action to prevent any further delay.

 It keeps a check on the accuracy of entries made in both the books.

 It helps in updating the cash book as per the pass book.

Q2. What is a bank overdraft?

Solution: When a firm or an account holder withdraws excess amount over the available bank balance, the account, then, runs a negative bank balance. The negative balance is called a bank overdraft. In other words, bank overdraft is the excess of withdrawals over deposits and is considered a liability to an account holder.

Q3. Briefly explain the statement ‘wrongly debited by the bank’ with the help of an example.

Solution: The statement ‘Wrongly debited by the bank’ is alleged when the bank wrongly debits the customer’s account. A wrong debit reduces the account balance of the customer. Wrong debits occur when a transaction is wrongly recorded or when incorrect amount is debited from an account. Such errors can occur in the following two cases:

 A person has more than one account in a bank: A cheque of Rs.4,000 issued from his/her savings account was wrongly paid through his/her current account.

 Amounts of cheques are wrongly recorded: A cheque payment of Rs.60,000 was wrongly debited in the pass book as Rs.6,000.

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