Cash in hand And Bank Balance

CMA/FM Tools || How to Change Value "Cash in hand And Bank Balance"

CMA - How to Change Value "Cash in hand And Bank Balance"  



Solution: 
In cma "Cash in hand And Bank Balance" is a balancing figure , This value software auto calculates to match the balance sheet, whatever is the difference between Liabilities and asset, the difference value will come in this field (Cash in hand And Bank Balance)



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