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Download this Reconciliation Balance Sheet Template that is designed to track and monitor financial account information. One of the most used reconciliation sheets are for checking accounts. Today, many use ATM debit cards and have credit cards attached to their checking accounts so be certain to subtract those amounts to be sure that your business and/or personal checking account and reconciliation sheet match up.

How To Write

Step 1 – Section 1- Check Number and Amount –

  • Enter the check number and/or any unrecorded debit information
  • Enter the amount of the check and/or debit written or made

Step 2 – Section 2 – Doing The Math –

  • Begin with the amount of the ending balance as it reads on the statement
  • Add all deposits that are not currently shown on the statement
  • Sub-total the amounts
  • Next, subtract any outstanding drafts
  • Your adjusted ending balance should agree with your current balance
  • Be certain that you also include in your subtractions and fees etc., that show in your statement but not in the checkbook