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Locating Errors in a Petty Cash Register On February 1 a petty cash fund of $150 was

Accounting: First Year Course | 1st Edition | ISBN: 9780078688294 | Authors: Glencoe ISBN: 9780078688294 416

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Locating Errors in a Petty Cash Register On February 1 a petty cash fund of $150 was established for Buzz Newsstand, Check 1198. The petty cashier writes a voucher for each petty cash disbursement. The vouchers are entered in a petty cash register, which is included in your working papers. When the petty cash register was totaled on February 28, the accounting clerk discovered that the footings of the Distribution of Payments columns did not equal the total of the Payments column. Instructions 1. Compare the petty cash disbursement information in your working papers with the entries in the petty cash register. 2. Correct any errors you find in the petty cash register by drawing a line through the incorrect item and writing the correction above it. 3. Total all columns after the corrections are made. 4. Record the replenishment information on the register. The amount in the petty cash box on February 28 was $8.10.

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Textbook: Accounting: First Year Course
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Author: Glencoe
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