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What is a bank reconciliation statement. Why is it prepared?


Bank Reconciliation Statement is a statement prepared to reconcile the balances of the cash book maintained by the concern and pass book maintained by the bank at periodical intervals. At the end of every month entries in the cash book are compared with the entries in the pass book. The causes of differences in balances of both the books are scrutinized and then a reconciliation statement is prepared. This statement is prepared for a special purpose and once in a month. It is prepared with a view to indicate items which cause differences between the balances as per the bank columns of the cash book and the bank pass book at a particular date.

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