By Ian Harrison
Complicated Accounting for A2 has been written in particular to aid scholars, who've already been brought to Accounting, to appreciate absolutely the intricacies of this advanced topic. it's damaged down into doable devices, every one explaining an issue basically utilizing obtainable language and together with interspersed inquiries to motivate scholars to use what they've got learnt. Illustrations and diagrams are used all through to help reasons. each one unit is rounded up with a chain of workouts and exam-style questions making sure that scholars get lots of perform within the parts during which they need to be informed to move the A2 examination.
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Cash received from credit customers during the year is credited to the trade receivables adjustment account. True or false? Sole traders are required by law to keep a full set of double-entry books. True or false? Incomplete records 31 TEST QUESTIONS QUESTION 9 Fatima Aakloo provides the following information for the year ended 30 April 20*9: Her net assets at 30 April 20*8 were £47,682; her net assets at 30 April 20*9 were £37,901. During the year ended 30 April 20*9 she withdrew goods to the value of £831 and cash amounting to £17,467 from the business for private use.
This saves time and space. Do try it. It may be difficult the first time or two that you use it but it does mean that you don’t have to repeat the descriptions used in each account. The capital accounts would generally be shown on the balance sheet of the partnership as follows: Capital accounts at 30 June 20*9 Balance Add Salary Interest on capital Share of profit Less Drawings Tessa £ 40,000 6,000 2,400 9,338 57,738 22,350 35,388 Alexia £ 50,000 3,000 14,007 67,007 26,850 40,157 £ 75,545 Both the capital accounts and the layout used above give the same result.
Their partnership agreement provides that profits and losses are shared 2:1 after interest on capital is provided at 8% per annum. The net profit for the year ended 31 March 20*9 was £32,269. Required Prepare an extract from the income statement for the year ended 31 March 20*9. Answer Ed and Fred Income statement extract for the year ended 31 March 20*9 £ £ Profit for the year 32,269 Less Interest on capital Ed ( 2,400) ( 4,000) Fred ( 1,600) 28,269 Share of profit Ed (18,846) Fred ( 9,423) (28,269) Note the use of the ‘inset’ to show clearly the individual appropriations and the total appropriation.
Advanced Accounting for A2 (2nd Edition) by Ian Harrison