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How to reconcile acc


1 Go to your statements and check off each transaction in your register - making sure the amounts match, too.
2 Jot down any bank fees you didn't have listed in your register and subtract them from your register balance.
3 On a separate sheet of paper, take the ending balance on the bank statement and add any deposits you made that the bank didn't post yet.
4 From the amount, subtract any payments and withdrawals you made that weren't listed on your statement yet.
5 What's the total? If the adjusted bank statement balance matches your register balance, congratulations, you're done.
6 If it doesn't, figure out what the difference is. Then compare the transactions between your register and the statement to find where you might have miscalculated in your register or inaccurately recordedna transaction.
7 Once you find the error, make the adjustment in your register and you're done.
Outstanding Meaning that you recorded the transaction but the transaction hasn't yet been processed by the bank.
Withdrawal The act of taking money out of an account.
Created by: Blissful_Olive