Receipts and payments by cheque, Accounting Standards

You must be aware about the most of business are made through cheques these days. It involves the bank whether the firm has opened its own account. Thus when payment is made by cheque, you will credit the Bank Account as bank is the giver. While payment is received by cheque, the amount will be debited to the Bank Account as cheque is deposited in the bank who is the receiver.

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