Question 13 Chapter 13 – Class 11 Unimax

Question 13 Chapter 13 – Class 11 Unimax


Question 13 Chapter 13 – Class 11 Unimax

13. On 31st January 2020 my cash book showed bank overdraft of ₹ 12,500. On comparing it with the pass book, the following difference were noted:

(1) Cash and cheque amounting to ₹ 1,340 were sent to bank on 27th January, but cheques wroth ₹ 230 were credited on 2nd February and on cheque for ₹ 45 was returned by them as dishonoured on 4th February.

(2) During the month of January, I issued cheque wroth ₹ 1,670 to my creditors. Out of these, cheques wroth ₹ 1,370 were presented for payment on 5th February.

(3) According to my standing orders, the bankers have paid during the month of January the following:

(a) life insurance premium ₹ 170.

(b) Television licence fee ₹ 120.

(c) Driving licence fee ₹ 22.

(d) My bankers have collected ₹ 150 as dividend on the shares.

(e) My bankers have given me wrong credit for ₹ 150.

(f) A B/R for ₹ 100 discounted with bank in December 2019 has dishonoured on 31st January 2020.

(g) interest charged by the bank ₹ 125.


Prepare a bank reconciliation statement on 31st January 2020.

The solution of Question 13 Chapter 13 – Class 11 Unimax

ParticularsDetails Amount
Balance as per cash book (Cr) 12,500
Add: 1. Cheque paid but not credited230 
2. a cheque dishonoured45 
3. life insurance premium170 
4. television licence fee120 
5. Driving licence fee22 
6. A bill receivable dishonoured100 
7. Interest charges by bank125812
Less:1. Cheque issued but not presented1,370 
2. Dividend collected by bank150 
3. wrongly credit given by bank1501,670
Balance as per pass book (Dr) 11,642


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