Medina Company received its February bank statement on March 6. The statement showed a balance of $316,500. Included on the statement were memorandum showing collections from Medina customers (A/R), totalling $16,000. The statement also showed a returned check for a customer who paid the balance on his account, for $2,825. The bank charged a returned check fee of $75 for this NSF check. This $75 charge will be added to the customer’s balance. There were other service charges for the monthly service charge and ATM fees, totalling $200. These are bank service charge expenses. Medina’s accountant looked at her accounting records. At the end of February, the cash balance was $312,300. The statement did not reflect a deposit made late on February 28th, for $14,900. There were also some outstanding checks, totalling $6,200.
a. Determine the adjusted balance in the cash account after completing a bank reconciliation.
b. Prepare three journal entries needed due to the reconciliation.
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