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Chapter 4 Accounting for Deposits Department Ibrahim Sammour.

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1 Chapter 4 Accounting for Deposits Department Ibrahim Sammour

2 Deposits The bank dose not work in it is capital only, but even with the amounts from others (Deposits), the bank is paying interest on these deposits.

3 Deposits Deposit is Money given in advance to show intention to complete the purchase of a property. OR Money transferred into a customer's account at a financial institution.

4 Kinds of deposits: 1- A Current account. 2- Notice deposits. 3- Time deposits. 4- Savings deposits. 5- Certificate of deposit.

5 1- A Current account is a deposit account held at a bank or other financial institution, for the purpose of securely and quickly providing frequent access to funds on demand, through a variety of different channels. Because money is available on demand these accounts are also referred to as o cm a no accounts or demand deposit accounts.

6 1- A Current account Current accounts in the bank opening of current accounts to customers for the purpose of depositing their money in cash, cheques, or transfer, and against the Bank is developing systems that enable these clients to withdraw from these amounts usually do not pay interest. Also, they may restrict or impose additional fees for excessive activity.

7 1- A Current account It is usually the agreement between the bank and the customer to open a current account by signing a request to open the account (account opening form) and update the documents and papers necessary to do so.

8 1- A Current account To regulate this process opening bank account records reflect serial number that gives a figure of the current account of the customer, restrict the left side of the amounts deposited in the account, and limit on the right side of withdrawals by the customer on the account. The difference between them is a balance of the account.

9 1- A Current account The process of opening accounts as a contract between the client and the bank, and the relationship between them is the relationship of (creditor and debtor).

10 2- Notice deposits: This kind of deposits means that the customer can withdraw only by giving advanced notice (such like a week) and the bank will pay interest on this kind of deposits.

11 3- Time deposits: Time deposit is money deposit at a banking institution that cannot be withdrawn for a certain "term" or period of time. When the term is over it can be withdrawn or it can be held for another term

12 4- Savings deposits: Accounts that pay interest and can be withdrawn upon demand are offered by banks, credit unions, and Savings and Loans.

13 5- Certificate of deposit Receipt issued by a depository institution (such as a bank, credit union, or a finance or insurance company) to a depositor who opens a certificate account or time deposit account.

14 5- Certificate of deposit Issued in a negotiable or non- negotiable form, it states the: (1) amount deposited, (2) rate of interest, (3) minimum period for which the deposit should be maintained without incurring early withdrawal penalties.

15 Financial transactions for the deposits department: 1- Deposits: Treasury *** Time /Savings/Note ***

16 Financial transactions for the deposits department: 2- Drawings: Time/Savings/Note *** Treasury ***

17 Financial transactions for the deposits department: 3- A- Transferring to deposits from current account: Current Account *** Time /Savings/Note***

18 Financial transactions for the deposits department: B-Transferring from deposits to current account: Time /Savings/Note *** Current Account ***

19 Financial transactions for the deposits department: 4- Debit Interest: A-When counting interest at the end of the month Debit interest on Savings /Time … *** Due interest ***

20 Financial transactions for the deposits department: B- When closing it at the end of the month: Profit /Loses *** Interest on the deposits ***

21 Financial transactions for the deposits department: C- At the end of each month, the interest due amount must be closed, and then the interests will be added to deposits, or be transferred to current account, or be paid in cash. Due interest *** Deposits *** OR Current account *** OR Treasury ***

22 Exercise 1: These transactions occurred at the Deposits department at AI- Quds Bank in 1 1- The Time deposits in cash 40,000 USD, and The Time deposits in cheques withdrawn from the same branch with 20,000 USD.

23 Exercise 1: 2-The Notice deposits in cash 20,000 USD and The Notice deposits transfers from the current account to deposits account in the same branch with 25,000 USD. 3-The saving deposits in cash 50,000 USD.

24 Exercise 1: 4- The amount of was withdrawn from the Time deposits account in cash. 5- The amount of was transferred from the Notice deposits to current account. 6- The amount of was withdrawn from the saving deposits account in cash.

25 Exercise 1: Required: Recording the central journal entries.

26 Exercise 1: 1-Treasury 40,000 Current accounts 20,000 Time deposits 60,000

27 Exercise 1: 2-Treasury 20,000 Current accounts 25,000 Notice deposits 45,000

28 Exercise 1: 3-Treasury 50,000 Savings deposits 50,000

29 Exercise 1: 4- Time deposits 25,000 Treasury 25,000

30 Exercise 1: 5- Notice deposits 15,000 Current accounts 15,000

31 Exercise 1: 6- Savings deposits 10,000 Treasury 10,000

32 Exercise 2: In , $ deposit was locked in AI-Quds Bank, for sex month with interest 5%, and this deposit relocked every sex month. Required: Recording the central journal entries.

33 Exercise 2: Treasury 10,000 Time deposits 10,000

34 Exercise 2: Debit interest on Time deposits 250 Time deposits 250 5x6x x12

35 Exercise 2: Debit interest on Time deposits 85.4 Due interest x2x x12

36 Exercise 2: Debit interest Due interest 85.4 Time deposits x4x x12 =170.8

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