Question 18 Chapter 13 – Class 11 Unimax

Question 18 Chapter 13 – Class 11 Unimax


Question 18 Chapter 13 – Class 11 Unimax

(1) On 31st March,2020 bank pass book of Mohan showed a balance of ₹ 15,000 to his credit.

(2) Before that date, he had issued cheques amounting to ₹ 8,000 of which cheques amounting to ₹ 3,200 have so far been presented for payment.

(3) A cheque of ₹ 2,200 paid by him the bank on 26th March is not yet credited is the pass book.

(4) He had also received a cheque for ₹ 500 which although entered by him in the bank column of cash book, was omitted to be paid into the bank.

(5) On 30th March, a cheque for ₹ 1,570 received by him was paid into the bank but the same was omitted to be entered in the cash book.

(6) There was a credit of ₹ 150 for interest on current account and a debit of ₹ 25 for bank charges.

Draw up a Reconciliation statement. 

The solution of Question 18 Chapter 13 – Class 11 Unimax

ParticularsDetails Amount
Balance as per cash book (Cr) 15,000
Add: 1. Cheque paid but not credited2,200 
2. cheque received but omitted to [paid into the bank500 
3. Bank Charges252,725
Less:1. Cheque issued but not presented for payment4,800 
2. Cheque received but omitted to entered in cash book1,570 
3. Interest on current A/c1506,520
Balance as per pass book 11,205


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