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Filling In A Deposit Slip
« on: August 31, 2016, 09:36:22 AM »
One of the things customers do when they visit their banks is to deposit money either in cash or by cheque.
When you make a deposit at the bank, you will be asked to fill in a deposit slip.
A report by http://www.handsonbanking.org/ explains easy ways to fill a deposit slip.

Account number: This number ensures that the money is deposited in the correct account. If you do not have your account number with you, your bank can provide the information to you.
Your information: Your name is pre-printed or written in.

Date: You will write today?s date here.
Cash: If depositing cash, you should write the amount here.

Cheque: If you are depositing cheques or money orders, you will list each one separately here and continue on the back if more space is needed.


 
Subtotal: You will add the cash and check amounts and write the total amount being deposited here.

Less cash received: If you are at the bank, you will use this space to write the amount of cash you want to get back from the cheque you are depositing.

Total: You will subtract the amount, if any, on the line ?less cash received? from the subtotal, and write the total amount being deposited here.

Signature line: The teller will ask you to sign the deposit slip and provide identification to confirm that you are the account holder, if you are withdrawing cash from your deposit.

Parts of a cheque

A report by http://www.handsonbanking.org/ explains the parts of a cheque book.
Name and address: Your name and address are preprinted on the cheque for your convenience and tell the person or company to whom you?re giving the cheque ? known as the payee ? that you?re the one who wrote it.
Date: This is where you write today?s date.
Pay to the order of: This is where you write the name of the person or company who will be receiving the money. If you are making a withdrawal for yourself, you will write ?cash? here.
Numeric amount box: The amount for the cheque is written in this box.
Written amount: The amount in words is written on this line. You start at the left edge of the line and when you have finished, you will draw a line through the remaining empty space as far as the word ?naira.?
Bank name: The name of the bank that holds your account appears here.
?For? or memo: To remember what you bought, you can write a brief description in the ?for? area. Other banks may label this area ?memo.?
Signature line: Your signature should be the last thing you complete. It gives the bank permission, or authorisation, to release the money to the payee.
Chequk number: This is the cheque number. This reference number will help you keep track of your payments by cheque. Each time you write a cheque, you should record the cheque number, date, payee, and amount in your cheque register, and calculate your new balance.
Account number: This is the 10-digit account number that is unique to your account. This tells the bank which account the money comes from.
Routing number: This is the bank routing number. It identifies the bank that issued the cheque. You need this number to set up direct deposit at work. Direct deposit allows your employer to electronically deposit your pay cheque directly into your account, without giving you a paper cheque.

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Filling In A Deposit Slip
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