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  • Cheques - 3514 Words
    | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | PART III | CHEQUES ON A BANKER | | Cheque defined. | 73. A cheque is a bill of exchange drawn on a banker payable on demand. Except as otherwise provided in this Part, the provisions of this Ordinance applicable to a bill of exchange payable on demand apply to a cheque. | Presentment of cheque for payment. | 74. Subject to the provisions of this Ordinance- | (1) Where a cheque is not presented for...
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  • Ordeal by Cheque - 330 Words
    Analytical Summary: “Ordeal by Cheque” Lawrence Ester Sr. was a prestigious man, who lived a dignified and affluent life in wealthy streets of Santa Monica. Lawrence Ester Sr. was born into wealth, and graduated from Stanford University, at which time he married his wife and finally got himself a check book. The first check he writes is for baby supplies because his wife was pregnant. On Sept 2nd 1903 Lawrence Ester Jr. was born healthy and a bit rowdy. During his childhood Lawrence Jr. was...
    330 Words | 1 Page
  • Dishonour of Cheques - 494 Words
    [CHAPTER XVII] OF PENALTIES IN CASE OF DISHONOUR OF CERTAIN CHEQUES FOR INSUFFICIENCY OF FUNDS IN THE ACCOUNTS Where any cheque drawn by a person on an account maintained by him with a banker for payment of any amount of money to another person from out of that account for the discharge, in whole or in part, of any debt or other liability, is returned by the bank unpaid, either because of the amount of money standing to the credit of that account is insufficient to honour the cheque or...
    494 Words | 2 Pages
  • Cheque Truncation - 1049 Words
    IBM Business Consulting Services Indian Cheque Truncation Initiative Key challenges for Indian Banks Ravi Trivedy IBM Business Consulting Services deeper deeper © Copyright IBM Corporation 2003 IBM Business Consulting Services The Indian Cheque Scenario – an IBM Point-of-View Cheque volumes will continue to increase for the next 5-7 years - All parties involved have strong reasons to continue to promote check usage Banks - significant revenue flows are tied to the use...
    1,049 Words | 11 Pages
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  • Charateristic of Cheque - 1050 Words
    Question 1 Define cheque and identify the characteristic of cheque. CHEQUE Definition of cheque is under section 73, a cheque is a bill of exchange drawn on a banker and payable on demand. The characteristics of cheque is it is an unconditional order in writing. “ Writing ” has been in section 3 of the Interpretation Act,1967 to include all modes of representing or reproducing in visible form. Hence, a cheque may be printed and even be written in pencil as well...
    1,050 Words | 4 Pages
  • Dishonour of Cheques - 22231 Words
    DISHONOUR OF CHEQUES SECTION 138 NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ACT, 1881 Dissertation Submitted to The Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, in Partial fulfillment of the requirement for the Degree of L.L.B.(Hons.) TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Cases i – xi Chapter - I History of Banks 1-17 Chapter - II Meaning of Negotiable Instruments. Kinds of Instruments, specifically cheques 18-32 Chapter - III Dishonour of cheque 33-39 Chapter - IV Duty of the...
    22,231 Words | 62 Pages
  • Dishonour of cheque - 8438 Words
    Introduction-This topic deals with the subject matter of 'Dishonour of cheque and it's legal implications. In the present scenario where day to day transactions amongst individuals, besides big business handshakes, are based on this very important negotiable instrument known as cheque. But on the other hand the misuse of the same has shaked the confidence of people and thus, the credibility of the same had come under question. At this very relevant time the Law framed for the purpose has helped...
    8,438 Words | 23 Pages
  • Dishonour of Cheque - 2514 Words
    DISHONOUR OF CHEQUES A cheque is one form of a bill of exchange. However, all bills of exchange are not cheques. A cheque is always drawn on a bank or a banker. It is payable immediately on demand, without any days of grace. The sum that is directed to be paid should be distinctly expressed in the instrument. If there is a discrepancy between the amount stated in words and that stated in figures, then the amount stated in words shall be the amount that is ordered to be paid. As per the...
    2,514 Words | 7 Pages
  • Cheques Act Assignment - 2052 Words
    I am to advise Dr. Duck in regards to the application of the Cheques Act 1986 (Cth) (The Act) in relation to the cheques he has written. The particular issues are with post-dating of the cheque for $90,000 drawn in favour of Ken Broome, the validity of the unsigned, undated cheque, and whether the delay of Ikea Medical Furniture presenting the check drawn in favour of them affects payment. 1 The cheque for $90,000 drawn in favour of Ken Broome The issues with this cheque was that the cheque...
    2,052 Words | 6 Pages
  • Cheque Collection Process - 8495 Words
    STATE BANK OF TRAVANCORE CHEQUE COLLECTION POLICY ‘12 1. PREAMBLE 1. Bank's Cheque Collection Policy (CCP) is reviewed annually, as per the guidelines issued by Reserve Bank of India (RBI)/IBA/BCSBI from time to time. The Policy duly approved by Bank’s Board of Directors shall be read as Bank’s Cheque Collection Policy -2012-’13. 2. Bank’s Cheque Collection Policy document has been formulated as a comprehensive document with transparency covering following aspects, taking into...
    8,495 Words | 29 Pages
  • Cheque Truncation System - 1309 Words
    Lawyersclubindia Article : Cheque truncation in the Indian Scenario Page 1 of 3 Cheque truncation in the Indian Scenario During the last two decades or so the attitude and lifestyle of the consumers of banking service have been influenced by the advancement in technology. In tune with technological changes the banks’ delivery system has to undergo tremendous transformation. The financial reforms process has enabled many competitors to enter the financial services market with a higher...
    1,309 Words | 4 Pages
  • Dihonour of Cheque Supreme Court of India Ruling
    Second or successive dishonour of the cheque :New of Supreme Court Ruling The Supreme Court has overruled its own judgment regarding the law on bounced cheques. The Supreme Court as well as high courts have been following the wrong judgment in several cases under the Negotiable Instruments Act. Now it has turned the law around. In this case, the payee did not issue notice to the drawer when the cheques bounced for the first time. He presented them again, and they bounced again. Then only he...
    7,041 Words | 18 Pages
  • Bangladesh Automated Cheque Processing System (Bacps)
    Bangladesh Bank Head Office, Dhaka Payment Systems Division PSD Circular No. 02/2009 Managing Director/Chief Executive Officers All scheduled banks in Bangladesh Date : 4 Falgun 1415 February 16, 2009 Dear Sir, Bangladesh Automated Cheque Processing System (BACPS) at the expanded Dhaka Clearing Region. You are aware that Bangladesh Bank has been working to modernize the country’s payment system. The most visible step towards modernizing payment system is the establishment of the...
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  • Bank of China (Hong Kong) Cheque clearance system
     Executive summary This report analyses the provision of cheque services by Bank of China (Hong Kong) and evaluates the need for providing such a service. Most, if not all, banks provide this service. Nevertheless the report’s aim is to overlook this tradition and give an insight into whether a bank should really be providing this service. The Bank Wide Operation Department is in charge of the bank’s cheque clearing process. A staff member from this department was interviewed regarding the...
    2,859 Words | 8 Pages
  • Cheque Printer Consumables Inventory and Monitoring System Chapter 1
    CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND 1.1 Introduction Most companies or businesses are using Inventory and Monitoring System for their constant success and development. These systems have different application that focuses on managing on a specific area. It is made for the management of stocks and supplies of any material such as computer hardware parts of a company, wine supplies of a restaurant, and rice stocks of a farm that are in demand because of its efficacy and useful...
    1,097 Words | 5 Pages
  • Effective Implementation of Cheque Truncation System in Idbi Bank, New Delhi
    1. INTRODUCTION We all live in a world where we want eveyrthing instant be it Instant coffee, instant entertainment, instant information. Time is the single biggest factor in this “instant” world we live in. So how could banking stay unaffected? After anytime money and Internet banking, we now have instant cheque clearance. Image based cheque clearing system or Cheque Truncation System (CTS) is a project undertaken by Central banks of many countries such as India (Reserve Bank...
    10,119 Words | 42 Pages
  • A Study on Dishonour of Negotiable Instrument with Special Emphasis on Laws of Dishonour of Cheque in India
    Title: A Study on Dishonour of Negotiable Instrument with Special Emphasis on laws of Dishonour of Cheque in India Table of Contents Chapter No. | Chapter Title | Page No. | Chapter 1 | Introduction:-Title General IntroductionStatement of the Problem Objective of the StudyHypothesisesResarch Question Scope and Limitation Research MethodologyTentative ChapterizationReview of Literature | 5-9 | Chapter 2 | Meaning of Negotiable Instrument and Dishonour of Negotiable Instrument...
    5,241 Words | 15 Pages
  • Apprenticeshipp of Duddy Kravitz - 1048 Words
    ISU-Duddy Kravitz Essay What is the price of success? In the novel “The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz” Duddy shows a great deal of determination in pursuing his dream on finding land “A man without land is nobody” Duddy says this many times throughout the novel and it shows how he is willing to go to any extent to pursue and achieve that goal by doing both good and bad things just to become successful. Early in the novel, Duddy worked in a hotel as a waiter in Ste. Agathe and becomes...
    1,048 Words | 3 Pages
  • A report on Marchantiel Bank Ltd.
    Chapter - I Background of the study 1.1) BACKGROUND. 1.2) IMPORTANCE OF THE STUDY. 1.3) PROBLEMS OF THE STUDY. 1.4) OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY. 1.5) METHODOLOGY OF THE STUDY. No knowledge is fully complete unless it is fully supported by events on ground. Whatever may be the quality of theoretical knowledge it is not complete without practical implication on ground. This realization is more pronounce in the study of Business...
    11,425 Words | 97 Pages
  • Direct Deposit To Joint Account
    Payroll Direct Deposit Instructions Please complete and submit this form to your employer to have your paycheque automatically deposited into your Scotiabank account. To: Kennedy House (INSERT NAME OF YOUR EMPLOYER) Please accept these instructions to automatically deposit my paycheque into my bank account as outlined below: Employee information Telephone No. EMPLOYEE NAME 905-718-4218 cell 905-425-4218 home Brent Wilson Address 148 Queen St. City Postal Code Whitby K9V 1H1 EMPLOYEE...
    243 Words | 3 Pages
  • Terms and Conditions - 358 Words
    Billing Cancellation Free cancellation can be made up until 1 day before the check-in day. For cancellations made after this time a cancellation fee of 100% of the entire stay will be charged. All times refer to the local time at the property. For no-show, 100% of the entire stay will be charged. Between 21-09-2012 and 09-10-2012, free cancellation can be made up until 30 days before the check-in day. For late cancellations made after this time 100% of the entire stay is charged. For...
    358 Words | 2 Pages
  • Marketing of Bank Product - 15333 Words
    1.1 Background of the study: We studied our courses on business studies from theoretical aspects. There was no scope to earn practical knowledge about business and its environment, theory and practice are inter-related and are equally important. Knowledge is not fruitful one unless it is a combination of both theory and practical. Under the department of Business Administration, BBA Program allows its student to study and analysis a selected organization in order to get a practical knowledge...
    15,333 Words | 53 Pages
  • Bank Recon - 3091 Words
    Bank Reconciliation Statements (With answers) A. Purpose of a bank reconciliation It should be prepared regularly as part of the internal control system of the business to check: a) the accuracy of the cash book b) the accuracy of the bank statement c) that undue delay is not occurring between payments, receipts and their clearance by the bank d) to discover payments made and items received by the bank not entered in the cash book B. Reasons for differences in bank statement and...
    3,091 Words | 49 Pages
  • Bank of Baroda Account Opening Form for Individuals
    Bank of Baroda ACCOUNT OPENING FORM FOR INDIVIDUALS Branch: Account No. F. No.-401 Y Y Y _________________________________________________ Date: Branch ALPHA D D M M Y Scheme Code ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------I/We request you to open my/our deposit account with your branch/bank as under: (Tick (√) relevant type of account) Type of Account Scheme Name Type of...
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  • ATTACHMENT REPORT - 2932 Words
    TAKORADI POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL OF BUSINESS STUDIES (SOBS) ACCOUNTANCY DEPARTMENT REPORT ON INDUSTRIAL ATTACHMENT AT JOMORO RURAL BANK LIMITED TIKOBO NO.1 W/R BY ISAAC ACKAH (07123014) 9TH JUNE 2014 - 1ST TH AUGUST 2014 TABLE OF CONTENT CONTENTS PREFACE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT DEDICATION CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION PURPOSE OF THE INDUSTRIAL TRAINING THE ORGANISATION BRIEF HISTORY SERVICE PROVIDED AT THE BANK VISION STATEMENT MISSION STATEMENT SECTION/UNIT/DEPARTMENTS CHAPTER TWO DESCRIPTION OF THE...
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  • English Paper - 495 Words
    English descriptive Paper * Letter Writing * Precis Writing * Essay writing * Reading comprehension & Paragraph writing 1 Write a letter to a branch for closing savings account OR To a friend inviting him/her for seminar on net banking OR to a bank for higher education loan. 2 Write an essay on any of the given topics a) Right to education act b) Financial Inclusion c) How technology can benefit banking industry...
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  • Performance Evaluation of Rakub, Rajshahi Branch
    CHAPTER-ONE Rajshahi Krishi Unnayan Bank (RAKUB) 1.1 Introduction: Bangladesh economy is predominately an agrarian one and dependent on agriculture is considered to be the mainstay of economic life of the people. 85% people of our country are depending upon agriculture directly and indirectly. Major portion of National Income comes from agriculture and development of this country depends upon the development of agriculture. But the financial conditions of the farmer of our country...
    9,361 Words | 50 Pages
  • Fema/ Fera - 19276 Words
    HARITHA Foreign Exchange Regulation Act (FERA) BASIC CONCEPTS & DEFINATIONS FERA is an act to regulate dealings in foreign exchange and foreign securities with the objective of conservation of foreign exchange resources of India and its proper utilization in the economic development of India. It extends to whole of India and applies to all the citizens of India, outside India as well as in India and to branches and agencies of Indian companies or body corporates, outside India. ...
    19,276 Words | 61 Pages
  • Audit Communications - 1200 Words
     FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY Institute of Accounts, Business & Finance Audit Communications Report Writing Canayon, Angelie Rose T. Puno, Michelle Ann J. Royong, Precious B. Rubio, Ephraim Jomel P. Tulio, Ayn Carla M. AIA0212 TOPIC OR SECTION: Account Receivable: Cashier’s Office I. SCOPE An audit of the Cashier’s Office was conducted for the period January 1, 2013 through December 31, 2013. The objectives of the audit were to examine and evaluate the...
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  • Commercial Bank Project - 13840 Words
    Executive Summary This report is about bank, history and functions contains what I have learned in my six week internship at MCB (Ltd). It starts with its success story and brief introduction of management. This report contains detail about business practices in MCB, its current financial statement, position, working of its different departments in MCB Gojra Branch and about of how a letter of credit is used in bank. The purpose of exercise was to learn while working in practical field,...
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  • Strategic Operations Issues - 1560 Words
    STRATEGIC OPERATIONS ISSUES Elizabeth Kelly ABSTRACT This paper identifies an operational issue of a national food-chain. The problem is identified with the demonstration of the functional relationships and process flow analysis. With the use of concepts of operations and process management, the problem is analyzed and methods sought to provide recommendations and an implementation plan. TABLE OF CONTENTS Background of Hi-Lo Food Stores……………………………….. 5 Problem...
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  • Tohj - 3533 Words
    Young: Instructor’s Resource Manual for Kinn’s The Administrative Medical Assistant, 6th Edition Chapter 22: Banking Services and Procedures Instructor’s Resource Manual National Accreditation Competencies and Content |CAAHEP COMPETENCIES |ABHES COMPETENCIES | |Administrative |Administrative Duties |...
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  • Group Assignment ISMT CIMB Bank
     Group Assignment Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation BM008-3-1-ISMT Module Name: Introduction to Services Management Intake Code: UC1F1404 Lecturer: Dr Puvaneswaran A/L Kunasekaran Hand out Date: 22nd May 2014 Hand In Date: 25th July 2014 Group Members: Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Key Activities & Implementation of CIMB Bank 4 Product Elements 4 Place and Time 5 Price (Rates and Charges) 5 Promotion 5 PROCESS of CIMB Bank 6 Physical...
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  • Bill Discounting - 2433 Words
    Scribd Upload a Document ------------------------------------------------- Top of Form Bottom of Form SettingsHelpLog Out | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | 1 First Page Previous Page Next Page / 17 Sections not available Zoom Out Zoom In Fullscreen Exit Fullscreen Select View Mode View Mode BookSlideshowScroll ------------------------------------------------- Top of Form Bottom of Form Readcast Add a Comment Embed & Share...
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  • ANG TEK LIAN Petitioner V THE
    ANG TEK LIAN, Petitioner, v. THE COURT OF APPEALS, Respondent. EN BANC [G.R. No. L-2516. September 25, 1950.] ANG TEK LIAN, Petitioner, v. THE COURT OF APPEALS, Respondent. Laurel, Sabido, Almario & Laurel, for Petitioner. Solicitor General Felix Bautista Angelo and Solicitor Manuel Tomacruz, for Respondent. SYLLABUS 1. CRIMINAL LAW; ESTAFA" ; ISSUING CHECK WITH INSUFFICIENT BANK DEPOSIT TO COVER THE SAME. — One who issues a check payable to cash to accomplish deceit and knows that at the...
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  • Darryl - 517 Words
    I need you to write an article on what you understand by Bank Reconciliation and under this topic I also want you to discuss about COMPARING THE BANK STATEMENT TO THE CASH and how to HOW TO DO A BANK RECONCILIATION...minimum of 2pages The procedure of comparing the account balance by the bank with that of the company’s book of accounts and explaining any discrepancy is bank reconciliation. The discrepancy in the balances may be due to the different timing of registering the data in the bank’s...
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  • Bank Reconciliation - 8067 Words
    K.M. Khairul Hasan Arif MBA, CMA ( Cont.) Editor Bank Reconciliation What Is Bank Reconciliation? The word “reconciliation” means to make two sets of amounts correspond with each other (i.e. make them equal to each other) by explaining why the two sets of amounts differ. Bank reconciliation is the process of matching and comparing figures from accounting records against those presented on a bank statement. Less any items which have no relation to the bank statement, the balance...
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  • How Computers Affect Myself and My Family
    How Computers Affected My Family and I How the computer has affected both me and my family. I have previously been introduced to the basic functions of a computer prior to this course however, I did not know how to use or function many of the common programs such as excel, power point etc.. After looking at how computers play a major role in our everyday lives you see how far technology has come with each generation. Advances in technology such as computers had both advantages and...
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  • Is Dhivehi Language Dying
     For this assignment I have chosen the Bank of Maldives Limited. The Local bank of the country founded on 23rd May 1982 , BML is the largest and the main bank in the Maldives serving over 235,000 people with the help of 25 branches. The main branch and 3 other branches are located in Male', the capital, one each in Male' International Airport Villingili and Hulhumale'. The rest of the branches are located at key main areas of the Nation in order to serve the whole nation. MISSION "We...
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  • Audit of Property Plant and Equipment
    1. Discuss the circumstances in which an auditor would prepare a proof of cash. (6 marks) Auditors would prepare a proof of cash when the client has material internal control weakness in cash. If all cash receipts were deposited and all deposits were recorded in the accounting records, all recorded cash disbursements were paid by the bank and all amounts that were paid by the bank were recorded. 2. What should be audited on an interbank transfer schedule? (5 marks) The following should be...
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  • mcb internship report - 3148 Words
    Introduction Banks have an opportunity to signal that women can progress up to the highest levels by raising the voice and visibility of successful female leaders across their organisation. They can actively seek out successful women in senior positions, especially those who have maintained a good work/life balance, and help build their profile and reputation both inside and outside of their organisation. History of MCB MCB Bank Limited, with more than 60 years of experience as one of...
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  • kjuhdd - 285 Words
    Depositor Copy Pre Acknowledgement Payment(PAP) Form for Payment through any SBI Branch Date: 15-07-2014 IITKGP e transaction Merchant Reference No: Date: 15-07-2014 CP07902405 Beneficiary: Pre Acknowledgement Payment(PAP) Form for Payment through any SBI Branch Branch Teller: Use SCR 008765 Deposit > Fee Collection > State Bank Collect Benificiary/Remittance Details State Bank MOPS Reference No. Branch Copy SEMREG-11MA20031-2014-103 Benificiary/Remittance...
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  • Text Questions - 574 Words
    Review Questions 1. What are brokerage firms? A brokerage firm, or simply brokerage, is a financial institution that facilitates the buying and selling of financial securities between a buyer and a seller. Brokerage firms serve a clientele of investors who trade public stocks and other securities, usually through the firm's agent stockbrokers. 2. What are depository and non-depository financial institutions? How do they differ? A depository inst. gets its funds mainly through deposits from the...
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  • Holder in Due Course - 560 Words
    A Holder in Due Course can be defined as a holder who takes a negotiable instrument in good faith, without noticing that such instrument has been dishonored or that there is a hiden fraudulent issue behind it. In this particular case, I don’t think that Any Kind Checks Cashed, Inc. should be considered as a Holder in Due Course. It is clear that ‘Any Kind’ company did not know what the issue behind that check was but, they should have speculated that there was something strange going on....
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  • My Favourite Season Is Summer
    1 | Pricing Brochure Personal Banking 2013 Pricing Guide Options to suit every pocket For more information visit absa.co.za Absa Bank Limited Reg No 1986/004794/06. Authorised Financial Services Provider. Registered Credit Provider. Reg No NCRCP7 2 | Pricing Brochure Contents Seniors – Prosperity 19 Savings and Investments 20 21 22 23 24 Fast guide to what you need MoneyBuilder Depositor Plus Money Market Fund How transaction fees work 1 Club Account 6 pricing options at a...
    15,563 Words | 83 Pages
  • Metrobank - 2518 Words
    I. Introduction A. Purpose of the study The purpose of this study is to research and understand the real-world application system of an existing business information system of a company which is a requirement in the course, Management Information System or BA – 104. B. Group Members and Individual Responsibilities Members: | Responsibilities | Ma. Kamille Celebre | She is in charge with the typing of the documents and the information gathered through the interview. She is also in...
    2,518 Words | 10 Pages
  • Bank Deposits/ Electronic Banking
    The importance of making a bank deposit right away It is important to make bank deposits for a medical office as quickly as possible for many reasons. One of the important reasons would be that it is a courtesy of the maker of the check. If the check isn’t deposited in a timely fashion then their checkbook will become off balance and they would have to spend time figuring out the reason why and that could be upsetting to the patient and possibly make the medical office look bad. If the maker...
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  • Dave Ramsey - 482 Words
    Chapter 7 Vocabulary Active | Money is very active... it is always moving and can be utilized in many ways. | ATM Card | Automated Teller Machine card which allows you to make transactions in Automated Teller Machines. | Budget | A cash flow plan. Every dollar you make is assigned to a specific category / expense at the beginning of each month or pay period. | Carbon Checks | Checks that have a second copy behind them made of special paper which makes a copy of each check as you write...
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  • Commercial Bank Service Delivery
    Commerce Bank INDUSTRY: Banking SERVICE: Checking Accounts & Loans COMPANY/BRAND: Commerce Bank SOURCE: HBS Premier Case Collection WRITTEN BY: Frances X. Frei, Corey Hajim PUBLICATION DATE: Dec 02, 2002 PROD. #: 603080-PDF-ENG Reader's comments would be much appreciated and replied to!!! Analyze Commerce Bank's service delivery system prior to ‘Retailtainment’. Base your analysis on the following heads: Service Offering Funding Mechanism Employee Management System...
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  • Role of Operations Management - 595 Words
    Role of Operations Management This paper describes operations management and how it is applied in the banking field. Operations management is fundamental for any business seeking a competitive advantage in productivity. The role of operations management is to efficiently and effectively produce quality goods and services to create wealth. Bank operations management is the foundation of banking. Processing daily transactions, controlling and managing trades and sales and supporting front and...
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  • IQAS Checklist - 257 Words
    Application Checklist Complete the checklist to ensure that you include all the necessary documents with your IQAS application. Print and enclose the completed checklist with your application. Section A Applicant Name: Last/Family Name First Name Middle (Initial) IQAS Application Form completed, signed, and enclosed Payment of all required fees:  Online Payment Made or  Cheque, Bank Draft , or Money Order Enclosed or  Waive Payment Form signed by Alberta Human Services Enclosed ...
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  • Antim Knitting Dyeing & Finishing Ltd & Allied Concern.Docx
    It is to be informed that, Initially Antim Knitting Dyeing & Finishing Ltd & Allied Concern had a proposal to UCBL which is stated below: “Antim Knitting Dyeing & Finishing Ltd & Allied Concern would apply towards UCBL bank to provide an undertaking for rescheduling the term loan of amounted USD 2 Million which would come from the buyer LIDL, Germany if Antim Knitting Dyeing & Finishing Ltd & Allied Concern would have opportunity to do consecutive business with the buyer LIDL, Germany. It...
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  • Problem on bank reconciliation - 385 Words
    Problem 2: The following information is available for reconciling the Bank Statement of Texaco Company on December 31, 2000. (1) Cash account in ledger on 31 December should a balance of tk 12,761.96. The Bank Statement on the same day indicated a balance of tk 9,734.70. (2) Cash receipts of 31 December worth tk5.846.220 has been mailed to the bank on that date but did not appear among the deposits in the bank statement. (3) The paid cheque returned with the December Bank Statement...
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  • corporate salary - 1043 Words
    CORPPORATE SALARY PACKAGE This package offers many concessions in service charges, interest rates on loans, etc. to employees of Corporates and Institutions which include Schools, Colleges, Universities, Government establishments/ organizations, Service organizations such as Hospitals, Hotels, Transport Corporations etc. The Package can be specially customized depending upon the business relationship that the Corporate / Institute has with the Bank. CRITERIA • Minimum 25 Employees •...
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  • Survey of Accounting 1 - 668 Words
    Missing Information in a Bank Reconciliation Survey of Accounting May 28, 2012 Missing information in bank reconciliation, the following data applies to Superior Auto Supply Inc, for May 2012. 1. Balance per the bank on May 31, $8,000 2. Deposits in transit not recorded by the bank, $975 3. Bank error; check written by Allen Auto Supply was charged to Superior Auto Supply’s 4. The following check written an recorded by Superior Auto...
    668 Words | 4 Pages
  • DATA ACCESS INDIA LIMITED N RANGACHARI VS BHARAT SANCHAR NIGAM LIMITED
    DATA ACCESS (INDIA) LIMITED (N RANGACHARI) V/S BHARAT SANCHAR NIGAM LIMITED Date of Decision: 19 April 2007 Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 - Offences by Companies - Dishonour of cheque for insufficiency, etc., of funds in the account - Cognizance of offences Acts Referred: Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 Sec 482 Companies Act, 1956 Sec 291 Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 Sec 141, Sec 141(2), Sec 138, Sec 142 [3] On behalf of the Data Access (India) Limited, two cheques were issued to...
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  • Management Information - 356 Words
    Stephen Patton Legal Brief #1 18SEPT2011 1. Case Name, Citation, and Court Siegel v. New England Merchants National Bank, 386 Mass. 672, 437 N.E.2d 218, Web 1982 Mass. Lexis 1559 (Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts) 2. Key Facts A. David Siegel maintained a checking account with New England Massachusetts National Bank. B. On September 14, Siegel drew and delivered a $20,000 check payable to Peter Peters. C. The check was dated November 14. D. Peters deposited the...
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  • Negotiable Instruments Article Review
    ARTICLE REVIEW UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX DATE: November 26, 2007 TO: Garth Ferrell FROM: ***** ***** RE: Client Alert: Check 21 – A Catalyst For Innovation Anthony, B (2004). Client Alert: Check 21 – A Catalyst For Innovation. Retrieved on November 25, 2007 from http://www.lordbissell.com/Newsstand/Check21-Anthony.pdf ARTICLE SYNOPSIS The article reviewed in this paper describes the Check Clearing for the 21st Century Act, or Check 21, which came into effect in October of...
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  • 會計 – 銀行對數表 (Bank Reconciliation Statement) 筆記
    會計 – 銀行對數表 (bank reconciliation statement) 筆記 1. 每間公司都會開設往來戶口, 方便使用支票。 公司會在開支現金簿紀錄銀行存款 deposit 及提款 draw / withdraw 的資料: 增加存款的事項記在左方 direct, 減 少存款的事項記在右方 credit, 月初須用人手計算戶口結餘 closing balance. 2. 月底, 銀行會寄來一張月結單 monthly bank statement, 讓我們核對現金簿的紀 錄。 月結單的記事方向與公司剛好相反, 減少存款的事項記在左方 debit, 增加 存款的事項記在右方 credit (當然, 考試時須小心看題目); 此外, 由於用電腦操作, 每次事項完成後, 都即時出現最新的結餘。 (有可能是”透支結餘” overdraft) 3. 有些資料是銀行月結單有紀錄, 而我們現金簿並無紀錄的, 包括: (a) 銀行代我們收到客戶的存款 direct credit / credit transfer...
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