Book Balance

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Book Balance

The total amount of money a bank has on deposit before adjusting for uncleared checks or deposits, as well as reserve requirements. That is, the book balance is a measure of what the bank has on hand prior to adding or subtracting regulatory obligations and items that will soon appear on its books. The book balance is also called the gross balance.
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The book balances breadth and depth by combining firsthand accounts of field practitioners with the analyses of academic experts across the globe.
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Adjustments can then be made to the book balances of accounts for Schedule L and Schedule M-1.
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