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How do you calculate an average balance on your bank statements?
It's because the bank statement is written from the POV (bank's point of view). In the double entry system, a debit entry is an increase in an asset or expense/decrease in i…ncome or a liability while a credit entry is an increase in a liability or income/decrease in an asset or expense. When you pay money into the bank this increases the amount the bank owes you or decreases the amount you owe the bank. From the bank's point of view this means an increase in the amount they owe you (their liabilities have increased) or a decrease in the amount you owe them (their assets have decreased). Hence, an increase in your cash balance at the bank is a credit entry on the statement your bank sends you.
A survey done in 2009 showed that the average person's bank balance in the UK is £-57. That's minus 57 pounds. The main reason for this is because all the major banks are b…asically criminals who have stolen all the houses from the people - who built them - and now insist that we beg and borrow from them to have the luxury of having our own house. Then after we have paid them all our hard earned cash for years and years but then lose our job - they then take the house and sell it someone else - probably who buys it using fake money that the same bank generated on their computer.
1. because of uncredited cheques 2.because of unpresented cheques
it is the sum of the daily balance divided by the number of days in the billing cycle
Monthly average balance is the sum of daily balances in a month divided by the number of days in that month.
To calculate your adjusted bank balance youll neet to locate your outstanding checks and subtract them from the subtotal to ger the statement balance.
This is mainly done when your cashbook balance doesn't match with the statement balance. But some companiess also follow the principle for security sake. Also, if you are well… aquainted with accounts, you would find that there are many mistakes even after which you may have the same balances in both the books. like there may be an error in bith the books of the same amount etc.
This happens when some transactions are recognized as unpresented and uncredited, they can be in forms of cheque or normal transactions. likewise, transactions like Income c…redited by the bank, direct deposit made by customs, direct payments by the bank bank charges, interest charges, wrong credit by bank etc, so these will absolutely bring the differences of Your Cash Book and Bank Statements Balance,
When totalling a balance in an accounts system the company has paper records of monies expended and income. When the bank run their system the cash is still moving - some bill…s the company expect out on a certain day my NOT betransferred out until the next nights main frame accounting run at the bank. Added to this is the fact that although a company has sent a cheque (USA Check) it may be with the company 3 - 5 days before it is banked. Then it depends if the send and receiving company use the same bank as the moneys are punched out of one account then punched to another this might take 3 days to occur meaning that accuracy between the company cash system and the banks system are not in tandem Remember if using a debit card in a store the money you pay that store does NOT come out of YOU account when they close the till it is reconciled with the store chain, electronicly sent to their bank as a demand for payment, then their bank contacts your bank and requests the payment. That payment is then sent to your bank and entered electronically in to the company's account
What are the reasons for differences between bank statement balance and cash book and passbook balance?
This is due to certain errors in the entries. That is the bank and cash books. Some of these errors are addition. When there is unpresented cheques and uncredited cheques.
1.cheques issued to creditors but not presented for payment 2.cheques recieved from debtors depositted in to bank and not credited by the bank 3.cheques written and entered in… the pass book but not issued by mistake 4.cheques received and entered in the pass book but not depositted in to the bank
Discuss why there is a difference between cash book and bank statement balance in bank reconciliation?
What do we write in entry account heading in bank reconcilation statment " deposit not shown in bank "
The answer depends on when interest is calculated, how frequently payments are made, the interest rate being charged and the life time of the loan. There are a number of… "interest calculators" available on the Internet that can probably show you the answer - working out the answer from scratch means you'll need to add on the interest for each payment / interest cycle over the 12 months and then you can work out the average. If your using this to calculate your interest then an accurate calculation will depened on how your interest is calculated ie. daily monthly semi-annual, or annual. The simplist answer is take the balance of the loan at the end of each month, add them together and then divide by 12
The average monthly balance is calculated by adding the ending monthly balance for the period (usually 12 months) and dividing this by the period. e.g. For a period of 12 mos …with an ending balance at the end of each month of $12 you would have 12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12=144 and 144/12= $12. Therefore the average balance over the period is then $12. Hopes this helps. It is the sum of the end of day balance in the account for each day in the quarter, divided by the number of days in the quarter. http://www.hdfcbank.com/personal/accounts/aqb_pop_up.htm#3 The question did not indicate the period. It is the sum of the end of every day balance in the account divided by the period for which calculations are made. To amplify the sum of daily balances will be divided by number of days, if you need average daily balance, and by months in case you need monthly average etc.
1.deposit in transit 2.outstanding cheque 3.memoranda
I have the published financial statements of commercia banks, I would like to identify the elements used to calculate the 'net interest margin' Thanks