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Prepare the bank reconciliation statement
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Prepare the bank reconciliation statement from the following information.

1. Bank overdraft as per Bank Statement Rs. 4500.

2. Cheques issued but not presented for payment amounting Rs.250.

3. Cheques deposited into bank has not been yet credited Rs.450.

4. Bank charges Rs.125 have not been recorded in the cash book.

5. Dividend collected by bank on the behalf of customer Rs. 120 hasnot been recorded int the cash book.




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