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Account Statement

1. In banking, a statement detailing all credits and debits to an account over a given period of time. It is also called a bank statement.

2. In investing, a statement detailing all long positions and short positions that an investor currently holds.

bank statement

a periodic record of an individual's or business's transactions with a BANK (or BUILDING SOCIETY) which itemizes on the one hand cash deposits and cheques paid in, and on the other hand cash withdrawals and cheques drawn and presented against the account.

A company's bank statement needs to be reconciled periodically against the firm's own CASH ACCOUNT to verify the accuracy of its cash account. See BANK RECONCILIATION.

bank statement

a periodic record of an individual's or business's transactions with a BANK (or BUILDING SOCIETY) which itemizes, on the one hand, cash deposits and cheques paid in, and, on the other hand, cash withdrawals and cheques drawn and presented against the account.
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REMEMBER BACK IN THE OLD DAYS, when you had to ask your borrowers to hand-deliver, scan or fax their paper bank statements to you as a part of their purchase or refi application?
You could always decide to go paperless with your bank statements - which would be good for the environment too.
The three-way reconciliation is performed using the bank statement, the receipts and disbursements journal or checkbook register, and ledgers.
The taxpayer's general recordkeeping obligations under the tax law are satisfied by keeping the bank statements.
But, with the new guidelines coming into force, the visa applicants will have to keep the money for at least 28 days before submitting the bank statement and application.
The shredding of bank statements and personal information, which will be made into recycled paper, is one of the key ways to combat identity theft.
With the rise in cases of identity fraud in recent years motorists should avoid giving thieves opportunities to obtain personal details that can be found on bills, bank statements and letters.
With the rise in cases of identity fraud in recent years, motorists should avoid giving thieves opportunities to obtain personal details that can be found on bills, bank statements and letters.
Shred or burn bills, bank statements and addressed envelopes plus anything with your phone number, birth date and mum's maiden name.
The spread of identity fraud has meant that we must think differently when we dispose of documents like bank statements.
Read through several recent bank statements for any of your properties.
To ward off online threats, conduct regular reviews of your credit card and bank statements.