Transaction Cycle 1

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Date disbursementper Branch | DollarAmount | Date deposited Home Office | Date Cleared Bank per Home Office Bank Statement | Date Cleared Bank per Branch Statement | 12-29-2011 | $80,000 | 12-31-2011 | 12-31-2011 | 01-07-2012 | 01-02-2012 | $41,000 | 12-31-2011 | 12-31-2011 | 01-05-2012 | 01-05-2012 | $82,000 | 01-03-2012 | 01-07-2012 | 01-12-2012 | 12-31-2011 | $54,000 | 01-02-2012 | 01-03-2012 | 01-08-2012 | 01-03-2012 | $11,000 | 01-03-2012 | 12-31-2011 | 01-05-2012 | 12-27-2011 | $32,000 | 12-31-2011 | 12-31-2011 | 01-03-2012 |

| As stated in the problem | | | | | | | INFORMATION FROM CLIENT'S RECORDS | | INFORMATION PER BANK STATEMENTS | | | | | | | | | | | Date per | | Date per | | | Date cleared | Date cleared | | | Branch | Amount | Home Office | | | per Home Office | per Branch Bank | | | 29-Dec | $80,000 | 31-Dec | | | 31-Dec | 07-Jan | | | 02-Jan | $41,000 | 31-Dec | | | 31-Dec | 05-Jan | | | 05-Jan | $82,000 | 03-Jan | | | 07-Jan | 12-Jan | | | 31-Dec | $54,000 | 02-Jan | | | 03-Jan | 08-Jan | | | 03-Jan | $11,000 | 03-Jan | | | 31-Dec | 05-Jan | | | 27-Dec | $32,000 | 31-Dec | | | 31-Dec | 03-Jan | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | As corrected | | | | | | | | INFORMATION FROM CLIENT'S RECORDS | | 4.)INFORMATION PER BANK STATEMENTS | | | | | | | | | | | Date per | | Date per | | | Date cleared | Date cleared | | | Branch | Amount | Home Office | | | per Home Office | per Branch Bank | | | 29-Dec | $80,000 | 31-Dec | | | 31-Dec | 07-Jan | | | 31-Dec | $41,000 | 31-Dec | | | 31-Dec | 05-Jan | | | 05-Jan | $82,000 | 03-Jan | | | 07-Jan | 12-Jan | | | 31-Dec | $54,000 | 31-Dec | | | 03-Jan | 08-Jan | | | 31-Dec | $11,000 | 31-Dec | | | 31-Dec | 05-Jan | | |…...

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