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1 Professor Authored Problems Intermediate Accounting I Acct 341/541 Bank Reconciliations Problem 95 Simple Bank Reconciliation The Smith Company needs help in constructing a bank reconciliation for July 31: The bank statement for Smith, dated July 31 but not received until August 8, contains the following When money talks, nobody notices what grammar it uses. Anonymous * July 31 balance = \$17, Smith's ledger account for cash has the following information for the past thirty days: * July 31 balance = \$17, The staff of Smith has assembled the following information for a bank reconciliation as of July 31: * Deposits in transit: July 31 = \$1, * Outstanding checks: July 31 = \$ * Note collected by bank (includes \$60.00 interest): July = \$1, * Interest paid on checking account: July = \$75.13 * Service charges: July = \$62.50 * NSF check, Smith informed by bank in July 31 bank statement: July 31 = \$87.39 * Check to supplier unrecorded in company accounts, discovered by examining bank statement = \$ Prepare a simple bank reconciliation for Smith as of July 31 for the month of July. 183

2 Problem 96 Simple Bank Reconciliation. The Jones Company needs help in constructing a bank reconciliation for October 31: Jones's ledger account for cash has the following information for the past thirty days: * October 31 balance = \$56, The bank statement for Jones, dated October 31 but not received until November 8, contains the following * October 31 balance = \$48, The staff of Jones has assembled the following information for a bank reconciliation as of October 31: * Deposits in transit: October 31 = \$21, * Outstanding checks: October 31 = \$3, * Note collected by bank (includes \$ interest): October = \$7, * Service charges: October = \$ * NSF check, Jones informed by bank in October 31 bank statement: October 31 = \$ * October 13 deposit unrecorded in Jones Company records, discovered by examining bank statement = \$3, Prepare a simple bank reconciliation for Jones as of October 31 for the month of October. 184

3 Problem 97 Simple Bank Reconciliation with Journal Entries The Hatfield Company needs help in constructing a bank reconciliation for July 31: The bank statement for Hatfield, dated July 31 but not received until August 8, contains the following * July 31 balance = \$168, Hatfield's ledger account for cash has the following information for the past thirty days: * July 31 balance = \$171, The staff of Hatfield has assembled the following information for a bank reconciliation as of July 31: * Deposits in transit: July 31 = \$18, * Outstanding checks: July 31 = \$5, * Note collected by bank (includes \$ interest): July = \$9, * Interest paid on checking account: July = \$ * Service charges: July = \$ * NSF check, Hatfield informed by bank in July 31 bank statement: July 31 = \$75.24 * Check to supplier unrecorded in company accounts, discovered by examining bank statement = \$ Prepare a simple bank reconciliation for Hatfield as of July 31 for the month of July. Prepare the journal entries for Hatfield that will be made in August. 185

4 Problem 98 Proof of Cash The Philips Company needs help in constructing a bank reconciliation for October 31: The bank statement for Philips, dated October 31 but not received until November 8, contains the following * September 30 balance = \$7,160 * October deposits = \$28,174 * October checks = \$30,374 * October 31 balance = \$4,960 Philips's ledger account for cash has the following information for the past thirty days: * September 30 balance = \$7,420 * October debits = \$28,414 * October credits = \$30,511 * October 31 balance = \$5,323 The staff of Philips has assembled the following information for a bank reconciliation as of October 31: * Deposits in transit: October 31 = \$980 * Outstanding checks: October 31 = \$320 * Funds collected by bank: October = \$630 * Check to supplier unrecorded in company records, informed by bank on October 31 = \$125 * Service charges: October \$45 * NSF check, informed by bank on: October 31 = \$163 The additional information for a bank reconciliation as of September 30 was: * Deposits in transit: September 30 = \$530 * Outstanding checks: September 30 = \$210 * Funds collected by bank: September = 420 * Service charges: September = \$50 * NSF check, informed by bank on: September 30 = \$310 Prepare a proof of cash (comprehensive bank reconciliation) as of October 31 for the month of October. 186

5 Problem 99 Proof of Cash The Smith Company needs help in constructing a bank reconciliation for July 31: The bank statement for Smith, dated July 31 but not received until August 8, contains the following * June 30 balance = \$23,983 * July deposits = \$126,201 * July checks = \$110,275 * July 31 balance = \$39,909 Smith's ledger account for cash has the following information for the past thirty days: * June 30 balance = \$23,909 * July debits = \$125,600 * July credits = \$109,956 * July 31 balance = \$39,553 The staff of Smith has assembled the following information for a bank reconciliation as of July 31: * Deposits in transit: July 31 = \$2,684 * Outstanding checks: July 31 = \$2,155 * Funds collected by bank: July = \$1,780 * Service charges: July = \$155 * NSF check, informed by bank on: July 31 = \$740 The additional information for a bank reconciliation as of June 30 was: * Deposits in transit: June 30 = \$3,425 * Outstanding checks: June 30 = \$1,787 * Funds collected by bank: June = \$1,630 * Payment by customer unrecorded in company records, informed by bank on June 30 = \$290 * Service charges: June = \$125 * NSF check, informed by bank on: June 30 = \$83 Prepare a proof of cash (comprehensive bank reconciliation) for Smith as of July 31 for the month of July. 187

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