Accounting Multiple Choice Question – 11 October 2017

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Information relating to two production processes F&G Are as follows:

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For each process, was there an abnormal loss or an abnormal gain? Select ONE answer:

Table 12

Show your workings to arrive at your answer, and explain and justify your reasons?……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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The answer is 3 – Process F’s normal loss is 8%, thus expected output is 92% of input. Input was 65,000 litres. Thus expected output would be 59,800 litres. Actual output was 58,900 litres.  As actual output was less than expected, there was an abnormal loss. For process G the normal loss is 5%, thus expected output is 95% of input. Input was 37,500 litres. Thus expected output would be 35,625 litres. Actual output was 35,700 litres. As actual output was more than expected, there was an abnormal gain.

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Accounting Multiple Choice Question – 10 October 2017

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A retailer has never kept accounting records, but wishes to know the value of the business.

Which statement would provide the retailer with the value of the business?

Select ONE answer:

  1. cash flows
  2. changes in equity
  3. financial position
  4. income
  5. order book

Give two reasons why the value of a business is not included in the financial statements: ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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The answer is 3 – The statement of financial position is another name for the balance sheet. It is one of the main financial statements and it reports an entity’s assets, liabilities, and the difference in their totals.  The amounts reported on the statement of financial position are the amounts as of the final moment of an accounting period.

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Accounting Multiple Choice Question – 9 October 2017

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The following information is available about rent received for the year ended 31 March 2016.

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How much should be shown as income in the income statement for the year ended 31 March 2016?

Select ONE answer:

  1. £8,410
  2. £9,250
  3. £9,380
  4. £9,510
  5. £10,350

Show your workings to arrive at your answer, and explain and justify your reasons?……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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The answer is 1 – Receipts during the year were £9,380 which included the moneys owed to the business in the debit balance brought forward of £550. Because there is a credit balance of £420 at the end of the year, showing moneys are owed by the business to the person renting from them, this too needs to be subtracted leaving the balance of £8,410 being the income of the year.

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Accounting Multiple Choice Question – 8 October 2017

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Which of the following correctly lists items to be shown in a partnership appropriation account?

Select ONE answer:

  1. drawings, interest on drawings, partnership salaries
  2. interest on drawings, interest on a partner’s loan, shares of residual loss
  3. interest on capital accounts, interest on drawings, partnership salaries
  4. interest on a partner’s loan, partnership salaries, shares of residual profit
  5. drawings, partnership salaries, shares of residual profit

Define and explain the differences between interest on capital accounts and interest on drawings:……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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The answer is 3 – The distribution of profits is calculated after the net profit or net loss in the Profit and loss account. The accounts appropriated in this account are: Interest on capital accounts; Partners’ salaries; Interest on drawings.

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Accounting Multiple Choice Question – 7 October 2017

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A sole trader received an order from a credit customer on the last day of the financial year 31 May 2016. No entries were made in the accounting records for the sale of goods until the invoice was raised on 3 June 2016 when the goods were shipped.

Which accounting concept is being applied?

Select ONE answer:

  1. Consistency
  2. Going concern
  3. Prudence
  4. Realisation
  5. Separate Entity

Define and explain the accounting convention of ‘Materiality’?……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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The answer is 4 – With this convention, the accounts recognise any transactions (and any profits arising from them) at the point of sale or transfer of legal ownership – rather than just when cash actually changes hands. For example, a company that makes a sale to a customer can recognise that sale when the transaction is legal – at the point of contract. The actual payment due from the customer may not arise until several months later, if the customer has been granted some credit terms. In this case an order has been received on the last day of the financial year 31 May 2016, but the actual good were shipped on 3 June 2016, and it is at this point that the sale is related and the appropriate entries for this credit customer raised of Dr Debtors Cr Sales.

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Accounting Multiple Choice Question – 6 October 2017

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The following information was provided by a sole trader for the year ended 31 December 2015.

Table 09

 

What was the business’s profit or loss for 2015?

Select ONE answer:

  1. Loss £8,000
  2. Loss £14,000
  3. Loss £11,000
  4. Profit £8,000
  5. Profit £14,000

Show your workings to arrive at your answer, and explain and justify your reasons?……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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The answer is 4 – The calculation is as follows: Capital at 31 December 2015 is £29,000 + Drawings of £11,000 making a total of £40,000. Subtract the Capital 1 January 2015 of £32,000 implies that a profit of £8,000 was made by the business in 2015.

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Accounting Multiple Choice Question – 5 October 2017

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A sole trader has not maintained proper books of account. The following information is available relating to trade receivables for the year ended 30 June 2016.

 

Table 08

What is the value of credit sales for the year ended 30 June 2016?

Select ONE answer:

 

  1. £196,000
  2. £200,000
  3. £210,000
  4. £212,000
  5. £214,000

Show your workings to arrive at your answer, and explain and justify your reasons?……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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The answer is 3 – The calculation is as follows: Receipts from trade receivables £205,000 + Sales Returns £7,000 + Trade Receivables at 30 June 2016 of £12,000 – Trade Receivables at 1 July 2015 of £14,000

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