00 but was erroneously paid by the bank for 22500 on

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The fourth entry shows a check that was made out for $255.00 but was erroneously paid by the bank for $225.00. On the form, the correct amount of $255.00 is recorded under the column of money paid/debit and the recorded amount shows the erroneous amount of $225.00. Under the difference column shows the positive amount of $30.00 since the correct amount is larger than the erroneous amount. The above figures are shown on the form as follows: Cash Reconciliation Form Money Collected (+Credit) Money Paid (-Debit) Recorded Differences Check $ 255.00 $ 225.00 $ 30.00 The fifth and final entry shows a check made out for $369.00 but was mistakenly recorded for $396.00. On the form, the correct check amount is shown under the money paid/debit column for $369.00 and the mistakenly recorded amount is shown under the recorded column for $396.00. Showing under the difference column is the negative amount of ($27.00) since the correct amount is lower than the recorded amount. These figures are shown on the form as follows: Cash Reconciliation Form Money Collected (+Credit) Money Paid (-Debit) Recorded Differences Check $ 369.00 $ 396.00 $ (27.00) Complete Cash Reconciliation Form The following is the complete cash reconciliation form with all the above-mentioned figures:
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SALES, FINANCING, AND CASH FLOWS Cash Reconciliation Form Money Collected (+Credit) Money Paid (-Debit) Recorded Differences 1) Deposit $ 200.00 $ 2,000.00 $(1,800.00) 2) Deposit $ 530.00 $ 350.00 $ 180.00 3) Payment Received $ 250.00 $ 25.00 $ 225.00 4) Check $ 255.00 $ 225.00 $ 30.00 5) Check $ 369.00 $ 396.00 $ (27.00) Totals $ 980.00 $ 624.00 $ 2,996.00 $(1,392.00) Cash on hand $1,604.00 $1,604.00 After all amounts are listed, a total is then given for each column separately. Then, the figures under the money collected/credit and money paid/debits are totaled together for the correct amount. Next, these two amounts are totaled together to give the correct cash on hand. The figures in the recorded and differences columns are totaled and then added together and should balance to the total amount of the cash on hand total. The amount that shows as the total for the differences is the amount that needs to be corrected in the entries. First off, the deposit that was
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