A petty cash reconciliation sheet is a business accounting document which is used to carry out a reconciliation of the physical petty cash and paid vouchers to the authorized petty cash float.
Reconciling petty cash is an important part of the internal controls of a business. The petty cash reconciliation sheet provides a summary of the petty cash counted by denomination, quantity and amount together will a total of paid vouchers contained within the petty cash box.
The total of the petty cash and vouchers together should equal the authorized petty cash float, any difference between the two is recorded and a comments box allows for an explanation of the difference.
Finally the petty cash reconciliation sheet is signed and dated by the person who carried out the count.
The PDF file available for download below, will help you to produce your own petty cash reconciliation sheets.
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