What is BRS?
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Answer / ramalakshmi krishnakumar
BRS means Bank Reconciliation Statement. The need to do
BRS is to validate the correctness of the statement and to
know any differences exists between the bank pass book and
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Answer / suresh v
the different between cash book and bank book
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Answer / surya
Bank Reconciliation Statement it's short term is BRS. it's
use for rectify the balance of cash book in the name of
customer and pass book in the name of bank name .sometimes
these two books showing difference BRS is help for rectify
customer issue a cheque to his friend.then customer enter a
cash book i issue one cheque to my friend. but not entered
in pass book bcoz bank will enter only collect the cheque
after only it will entered.
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Answer / arjun
brs is nothing just it shows the difference between cash
and bank balances
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Answer / rahul
BRS MEANS BANK RECONSILATION STATEMENT WHICH GIVES A CLEAR
PICTURE ABOUT THE DIFFERANCE BETWEEN PASS BOOK AND BANK
BOOK WHICH HAS TO BE RECONSILED AND ANY FRAUD CAN ALSO BE
FOUND WITH BRS
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Answer / reva
Bank reconciliation statement is prepared with a view to
find out the causes responsible for the difference between
the balances of cash book and pass book and to reconcile
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Answer / kv
bank reconciliation statement
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Answer / sam
brs stands for bank reconciliation statement. it is
prepared to reconcile the bank balance as per pass book and
cash book by analysing the reasons for the differences.
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Answer / mehraj wani
BRS is Bank Reconciliation Statement. It is mainly to
rectrify the descrepancies between Bank Pass Book and
Customer Cash Book.
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Answer / mohankumar r
To reconcile or match the difference between cash book bank
column with the pass book.
2.Delay of collections are reduced.
3.Completeness of cashbook.
4.Chance of embezzlement are reduced.
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