Yardworx reconciled its book balance of Cash with its bank statement balance on April 30 and showed two cheques outstanding at that time, #1771 for $15,463.10 and #1780 for $955.65. The following information is available for the May 31, 2014, reconciliation: From the May 31, 2014, bank statement: BALANCE OF PREVIOUS STATEMENT ON APR 30/14 ……… $61,045.95 5 DEPOSITS AND OTHER CREDITS TOTALLING……………… 26,088.10 9 CHEQUES AND OTHER DEBITS TOTALLING……………….. 57,005.40 CURRENT BALANCE AS OF THIS STATEMENT………………. 30,128.65 From Yardworx s accounting records: Cheque #1788 was correctly written for $985.65 to pay for May utilities; however, the bookkeeper misread the amount and entered it in the accounting records with a debit to Utilities Expense and a credit to Cash as though it were for $895.65. The bank paid and deducted the correct amount. The NSF cheque was originally received from a customer, Gertie Mayer, in payment of her account, Its return was unrecorded. The credit memorandum resulted from a $5,300 note that the bank had collected for the company. The bank had deducted a $100 collection fee and deposited the remainder in the company s account. The collection has not been recorded. Required 1. Prepare bank reconciliation for Yardworx. 2. Prepare the General Journal entries needed to adjust the book balance of Cash to the reconciled balance. Analysis Component: The preceding bank statement discloses two place
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