National Bank

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Cash Received
For depositing the cash into customer’s accounts, there is need to fill in the paying-in-slip giving the related details of the transaction. This paying-in-slip contains the date, a/c/no, a/c title, particulars, amount being deposited and details of the cash. There are two portion of the paying-in-slip. The depositor signs the one part of the paying-in-slip one is retained by the bank to show an acceptance of the entries made in the slip. The different colored paying-in-slip are used for all the types of deposits. Only the slips related to a particular type of a/c is acceptable by the bank. For example current paying-in-slip for current a/c and saving paying-in-slips for saving a/c etc. The paying-in-slip serves as a voucher to update to computerized transaction ledger. The transaction ledger is only updated by paying-in-slip and Cheque. The cashier responsible to receive both the paying-in-slip and cash from the depositor. 

The cashier check the necessary details provided I the paying-in-slip and accounts the cash and tallies with the amount declared in the slip. If the amount does not tally with the cash given, the deposit is not entertained until the customer remove the discrepancy. On the other hand if the two amounts tally, the cashier fills in the “Cash voucher received Record Sheet” and assigns a voucher no. to both the transaction being made in the sheet and the slip. This voucher no. starts with one and continue by serial  increments of one for each day till the closing of the sheet, the cashier fills the voucher  no, an account, cash day till the closing of the sheet. The cashier fills in the voucher no, an account of, cash entry in the related type of a/c and he post his initials on both part of the voucher. Then the cashier send both to the accountant who verifies all the entries in the two documents, if the entries in the two documents, if the entries in the two documents tally with one another, the accountant authenticates the two by singing on the two documents and posting stamps on the slip. One part of the slip is then returned to the customer and other is given to the computer operator. A very important check is that the dates mentioned into the two documents must be the same. 

The 2nd cashier posts the transaction entries in computer ledger. This ledger contains the a/c no, a/c title, voucher no, voucher date, transaction code, transaction amount. After posting these entries, computer display before posting balance and after posting. On every transaction computer generates an output of transaction ledger. He assigns the stamp “POSTED” on the voucher to show voucher transaction entries are posted. Checking officer receive this voucher and the compute output transaction ledge, he manually inspects the entries of ledger and voucher. If both are tallied, he then signs the ledger and put a mark of cancellation on the voucher. After the verifications from the checking officer, cashier receives the voucher. 

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