# Test: Bank Reconciliation Statement - 1

## 30 Questions MCQ Test Crash Course of Accountancy - Class 11 | Test: Bank Reconciliation Statement - 1

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QUESTION: 3

### The Cash book showed an overdraft of Rs.1,500 but the pass book made up to same date should that cheques of Rs. 100, Rs. 50 and Rs. 125 had not been presented for payment and a cheque of Rs. 400 had not been cleared. The balance as per the Cash Book will be:

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QUESTION: 4

Balance as per pass book Rs. 20,000 Rs. 4,000 were directly deposited by a customer into the bank. Then the balance as per cash book is:

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QUESTION: 5

The credit balance of Rs. 2,000 in the bank column of the cash book was carried forwarded as its debit balance. When overdraft as per pass book is starting point:

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QUESTION: 6

Favourable balance as per Cash Book means:

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QUESTION: 7

When favourable balance as per cash book is the starting point, wrong debit by the bank to the firm will be:

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QUESTION: 8

A trader issued cheques worth Rs. 7,800 out of which cheques worth Rs. 6,500 only presented into bank then on reconciling the Cash Book with the Pass Book, the amount to be added will be :

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QUESTION: 9

On 31.3.09 the balance of the cash book is Rs. 7,074 (credit) and Balance as per Bank statement is Rs. 3,159 (debit). On scrutiny it was found that the difference was due to cheques issued but yet not presented for payment. The Bank Balance as on 31.3.09 to be shown in Balance Sheet as :-

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Answer is C -bank overdraft 7074 because in the balance sheet the balance shown by cash book is to be shown even if it does not matchwith passbook because all the items of balance sheet must match with business' s documents/vouchers/subsidiary books etc. As about difference between passbook and cash book the BRS may be given below the balance sheet.

QUESTION: 10

If we take balance as per Pass book which of the following will be deducted to get balance as per cash book :

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QUESTION: 11

The balance as per Cash Book (overdraft ) is 1,500. Cheques for Rs. 400 were deposited but were not collected. The cheques issued but not presented were Rs. 100, Rs. 125, Rs. 50. Balance as per Pass Book is :

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Explanation : Balance as per Cash Book = 1500

Cheque deposited = 400

Cheque issues were = 100 + 125 + 50

= 275

Balance as per Pass book = 1500 + 400 - 275

= 1625

QUESTION: 12

A Bank Reconciliation Statement is :

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QUESTION: 13

When overdraft as per Cash Book is the starting point, a cheque of Rs. 500 deposited into bank but not recorded in cash book will be :

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Overdraft as per the cash book means that the amount is overdrawn. A cheque of Rs 500 is deposited into the bank but not recorded in the cash book means that the balance of cash book shows a higher overdraft balance because if the entry of Rs 500 was made then the overdraft balance will get reduced by Rs 500.

QUESTION: 14

Unfavourable bank balance means :

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Unfavourable bank balance means Credit balance in Cash Book

QUESTION: 15

The payment side of Cash Book is under cast by Rs. 250. If the starting point of BRS is the Overdraft Balance as per Pass Book, then what would be the treatment to reach to Overdraft Balance of Cash Book ?

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When overdraft as per pass book is the starting point, those items will be added which makes cash book balance smaller than the pass book balance.

QUESTION: 16

Debit balance as per cash book Rs.2000
Cheques deposited but not cleared Rs. 100
Cheques issued but not presented Rs. 150
Bank allowed interest Rs. 50
Bank collected dividend Rs. 50
Balance as per Pass Book will be:

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QUESTION: 17

The main purpose of preparing a bank reconciliation statement is?

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Bank reconciliation statements ensure payments have been processed and cash collections have been deposited into the bank. The reconciliation statement helps identify differences between the bank balance and book balance, in order to process necessary adjustments or corrections.

QUESTION: 18

Which of these types of errors are not detected during Bank Reconciliation’ :

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QUESTION: 19

Bank Reconciliation statement is :

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QUESTION: 20

Credit balance as per cash Book Rs. 10,000
Bank charged interest Rs. 150
Cheques issued but not presented for payment Rs. 2,500
Balance as per pass Book will be :

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QUESTION: 21

In arriving at adjusted cash balance which of the following is not taken into account:

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QUESTION: 22

The credit balance as per pass book of Mr. X was Rs. 65,600. Cheques issued but not presented for payment Rs. 75,800. Cheques deposited by one of the customers of the bank but wrongly credited in Mr. X account Rs. 20,600. The balance as per cash book will be:-

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QUESTION: 23

Bank balance shown in Trial Balance :

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QUESTION: 24

If the balance as per Pass Book is the starting point, so the treatment of undercasting of receipt side of Cash Book will be :

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QUESTION: 25

A Bank Reconciliation Statement is prepared to Know the causes for the difference between:

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QUESTION: 26

When Money is withdrawn from bank the bank:

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QUESTION: 27

The balance as per Cash Book is Rs. 10,000 Cheques for Rs. 2,000 were issued but not presented for payment. What would be the balance as per Pass Book?

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QUESTION: 28

Overdraft as per Cash book means:

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QUESTION: 29

Balance shown by Cash Book Rs. 10,000
Cheques issued but not presented for payment Rs. 4,000
Cheques deposited but not yet collected Rs 3,000
Balance as per Pass Book will be :

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QUESTION: 30

For preparing Bank Reconciliation statement the documents statements required are:

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