Download the Bank Balance Sheet Template that is designed to work well for an individual or a firm. It is a complete, combined balance sheet that would include anything any institution would ask for, along with supporting documents if an individual or firm would like to inquire regarding a loan or even if the entity or person would simply choose to use this as a record keeping tool
How To Write
Step 1 – Section 1- Monthly Income –
- This section will address individual income to include your spouse. Simply complete the requirements.
- Calculate all of the sums and enter them into the Totals boxes
Step 2 – Section 2 – Monthly Expenditures –
- Provided in this section is an extensive list of possible monthly expenditures. If there are any that do not apply to you, simply place “N/A” in the boxes where you would normally place the amounts. Fill in the ones that apply and calculate your monthly expenditures.
Step 3 – Section 3 – Confidential Information –
- This section will ask for your bank, branch and all of your account information. Complete this information for your records if none have been established.
Step 4 – Section 4 – Assets –
- This section will address all of your assets. Complete all of the following subjects with regard to Assets. Once the columns are completed, calculate them to determine your current assets
- Fixed Property
- Machinery, plant, implements, etc…
- Furniture and Fittings
- Other Assets
- Life insurance policies
- Listed Shares
- Trading Assets
- Bank Credit Balances and deposits
- Cash on hand
Step 5 – Section 5 – Liabilities –
- This section will address your list of liabilities. Complete all of the following subjects with regard to liabilities. After the columns are completed, calculate them to determine your current liability responsibilities.
- Mortgage Bonds
- Owing under installments sale/lease agreements
- Loans from Installment amount Standard Bank and/or any other banking establishement
- Owing on Credit Cards
- Bills Payable
- Sundry Credit
- Liability for Income Tax
- Other Liabilities
- Contingent Liabilities
- Calculate and Enter Total