Miller Corporation's December 31, 2016, bank statement showed a $2,043.25 balance. On this date, Miller's Cash account reflected a $196.10 overdraft. In reconciling these amounts, the following information is discovered: 1. Cash on hand for undeposited sales receipts, December 31, $129.25. 2. Customer NSF check returned with bank statement, $423.20. 3. Cash sales of $648.25 for the week ended December 18 were recorded on the books. The cashier reports this amount missing, and it was not deposited in the bank. 4. Note receivable of $2,300.00 and interest of $23 collected by the bank and not recorded on the books. 5. Deposit in transit December 31, $330.00. 6. A customer check for $170.60 in payment of its account was recorded on the books at $760.10. 7. Outstanding checks, $2,036.55. Includes a duplicate check of $60.85 to C. Brown, who notified Miller that the original was lost. Miller stopped payment on the original check and has already adjusted the cash account in the accounting records for this amount. Required: 1.Prepare a December 31 bank reconciliation for Miller. . 2. Prepare any journal entries necessary by Miller to record the information from Requirement 1.