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CBSE - XI Commerce - Accountancy Part I - Bank Reconciliation Statement

List the 4 transactions which reduce the balance of the pass book and are recorded only in the pass book.

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CBSE - XI Commerce - Accountancy Part I - Bank Reconciliation Statement

What is meant by adjusted balance of the cash book and when is it prepared?

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CBSE - XI Commerce - Accountancy Part I - Bank Reconciliation Statement

What is a bank overdraft?

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CBSE - XI Commerce - Accountancy Part I - Bank Reconciliation Statement

Explain favourable balance as per the cash book.

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CBSE - XI Commerce - Accountancy Part I - Bank Reconciliation Statement

Explain the term ‘favourable balance as per the pass book’.

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