Elements of Accounts – Important Question Bank for Gujarat Board (GSEB) HSC 2016 Examination
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1.What is Bank Reconciliation Statement?
2. Give the formula of ‘Sacrificing ratio’ and ‘Gaining Ratio’
3. Define anyone of the following
ii) Supporting Vouchers
iii) Accounting Vouchers
4. A student of Accountancy feels that a Simple Cash Book always shows a credit balance. Give your opinion.
5. Give the names of any four assets in liquidity order.
6. Explain in brief the term ‘Accounting’ and give any two differences between bookkeeping and Accounting.
7. What is ‘going-concern Assumption’? Explain briefly its significance.
8. The Capital of is a business concern is Rs. 1,00,000. The value of assets is Rs. 2,00,000. Complete the accounting equation with four suitable liabilities assuming imaginary figures.
9. Suppose the bank account in your ledger shows a credit balance. What will be the effect of following transactions in your pass book balance
(i) One of your customers deposit some amount directly into your bank account.
(ii) Bank Charged interest on the amount overdrawn by you.
(iii)A cheque deposited last week by you has been dishonored. Bank charged some amount on account of it.
(iv)Under your standing instructions Bank paid your insurance premium to the Insurance Company
10. A, B and C are equal partners. B retires on March 1, 1997 and his share is taken over by A and C in the ratio of 3:5. Profits upto Dec.97 is Rs. 18,000. Total Goodwill of the firm is Rs. 24,000. How much will B get from A and C for goodwill and how much will he get for profit for 1997? Pass necessary journal entries.
11. What is meant by the term ‘Forfeiture of Shares’? Can forfeited shares be reissued at discount? If so, to what extent? Where would you transfer the balance left in the shares forfeited account of the reissue of such shares?
12. Prepare Accounting Vouchers:
i) Transfer of Share Application money to share capital A/c Rs. 20,000 and share Allotment money received Rs. 40,000
ii) Prepare Transfer Voucher from the supporting voucher based on 1998 May I Purchased goods from M/s Ajay Brothers vide Bill No. 100/- Rs. 3,000.
iii) Prepare a Debit voucher from the supporting voucher based on 1998 May 10 Wages paid vide wage sheet No. 21 Rs. 1,000.
iv) Prepare a credit voucher from the following 1998 May 15 Withdraw cash from bank for office use vide cheque No. 1785 Rs. 1,500.
13. Write short notes on:
ii) Entrance fees
14. Calculate what amount of subscription will be posted to Income and Expenditure A/c for the year ending 31st December 1997:
Subscription received during the year
For 1998-Rs. 160
There are 450 members, each paying Rs. 4,460 as annual subscription of Rs. 10, Rs. 90 were in arrears for 1996 at the beginning of 1997.
15. Why do we prepare Income & Expenditure A/c in place of P&L A/c for Non Trading organization.
16. From the information given below, prepare Income and Expenditure A/c for the year ended Dec. 31, 1997
Receipts and Payment A/c
Receipts Amounts Payments Amounts
To bal. b/d 2,500 By General Expenses 1,100
To Entertainment fee 1,000 By Salaries 2,500
To sale of old furniture 60 By Stationery 200
To sale of old newspapers 40 By Newspapers 300
To Donations to Sports fund 4,200 By Furniture and fittings 1,300
To Subscription 2,000 By maintenance of garden 200
By sports Expenses 1,000
By sports Investments 3,000
By bal. c/d 500
i) There are 250 members in the club, each paying Rs. 10 as subscription.
ii) Salaries include Rs. 100 for 1996 and Rs. 1.50 for 1998 Salaries outstanding for 1997 Rs. 200.
17. Calculate current Ratio from the Balance Sheet given below:
Liabilities Rs. Assets Rs.
Capital 2,00,000 Goodwill 2,40,000
Reserves 80,000 Current Assets
Current Liabilities: Cash 2,000
Creditors 22,000 Stock 20,000
B/P 18,000 B/R 40,000
Bank Overdraft 16,000 Goodwill 20,000
Outstanding 60,000 Investments 20,000
ii) How will you interpret the ratio calculated in the above question?
iii) Calculate the funds from operation from the information given below:
Net Profit for the year Rs. 65,000
Profit on sale of Building Rs. 3,550
Goodwill written off Rs. 18,000
Depreciation provided during the year Rs. 65,000
Machinery Costing Rs. 800 sold for Rs. 650
18. Prepare Schedule of changes in working capital and funds flow statement from the information given below:
Liabilities 31.12.96 31.2.97 Assets 31.12.96 31.2.97
Creditors 50,000 45,000 Goodwill 10,000 5,000
B/P 20,000 35,000 Cash 1,23,000 1,60,000
Loans (Long-term) 20,000 Closing Stock 87,000 1,20,000
Capital 1,25,000 1,50,000 Long-term investments 15,000 10,000
P and L A/c 60,000 75,000 Debtors 5,000 3,000
Land 15,000 27,000
2,55,000 3,25,000 2,55,000 3,25,000
19. A Ltd. Co. having a nominal capital of Rs. 20,00,000 divided into 2,00,000 equity shares of Rs. 10 each, offered to the public for subscription 1,00,000 equity shares at a premium of Rs. 2 per share payable as:
On application – Rs.2 per share
On allotment – Rs.5 per share (including premium)
On Ist Call – Rs. 2 per share
On final Call – Rs. 3 per share
All the shares offered were applied for and allotted. The allotment money was received in full. A shareholder holding 100 shares failed to pay the first call and his shares were
forfeited. These shares were reissued at Rs. 6 per share, Rs. 7 per share paid up. Final call has not been made.
20. The following Trial balance is extracted from the books as on 31st March 98.
Name of Account Dr. balances Rs. Cr. balances Rs.
Furniture and Fittings 640 —
Motor Vehicle 6,250 —
Building 7,500 —
Capital — 12,500
Bad debts 125 —
Commission Received — 575
Sundry Debtors and Creditors 3,800 2,500
Stock on 1.4.97 3,460 —
Purchases and Sales 5,475 15,450
Bank Overdraft — 2,850
Sales and Purchase Returns 200 125
Advertising 450 —
Interest Account 118 —
Cash in hand 650 —
Taxes and Insurance 1,250 —
General Expenses 782 —
Salaries 3,300 —
(a) Stock on hand on 31.3.98 was Rs. 3,250
(b) Depreciate Building at 5%, Furniture and fittings @ 10% and Motor Vehicle by Rs. 1250.
(c) Rs. 85 is due for interest on Bank Overdraft.
(d) Salaries Rs. 300 and Taxes Rs. 120 are outstanding.
(e) Insurance is prepaid to the extent of Rs. 100.
(f) One fifth of the commission received is in respect of the work to be done next year.
Prepare Trading and Profit and Loss Account for the year ended 31st March 98 and Balance Sheet as on that date
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