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The cash account in the general ledger of XYZ Company shows a balance of $18,700 at June 30, 2004. The June 30 bank statement; however, shows a...

The cash account in the general ledger of XYZ Company shows a balance of $18,700 at June 30, 2004.
The June 30 bank statement; however, shows a balance of $21,500. The only bank reconciling items
consist of:

• NSF check from customer in the amount of $176

• Outstanding checks totaling $5,778

• A deposit in transit totaling $2,584

• Error in recording check #6301 from a customer. The check was received from
a customer who was paying for services performed by XYZ Company. The check
was written for $682 but was recorded by XYZ Company's accountant as having
been written for $862

• A bank service charge

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