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2005 Bangalore University B Com Financial Accounting I Question paper

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2005 Bangalore University B Com Financial Accounting I Question paper
I Semester B.Com. Examination, Nov/Dec. 2005
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Financial Accouting - I

Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 90

Instructions : Answers should be fully in Kannada or in English.

SECTION - A

Answer any ten of the following. Each question carries 2 marks.
(10x2=20)

1. a) Why is the hire purchase price always higher than the cash price ?

b) State the two features of hire purchsae system.

c) Why is minimum rent clause included in the royalty agreement ?

d) What is irrecoverable shortworking ?

e) What remedies does a vendor have if any instalment is not paid under instalment system ?

f) State in which ration should be debentures received in purchase price be distributed among the partner.

g) Mention any two important reasons for amalgamation of firms.

h) Give journal entry to close the revaluation account showing credit balance.

i) Why is revaluation account opened in the books of the amalgamation firms ?

j) What is goodwill in the context of sale of a firm to a company ?

k) A company issued 1000 equity shares of Rs. 50 each at a discount of 10% for its working capital. Give journal entry for issue of shares.

l) What is Interest Suspense Account ? Why is it opened ?

SECTION - B

Answer any five of the following. Each question carries 5 marks.
(5x5=25)
2. Mention the features of instalment system.

3. A radio set with the cash price of Rs. 1,620 is acquired on hire purchase system, payable in three instalments of Rs. 600 each. How do you apportion each instalment between revenue and capital ?

4. Prepare a revaluation account from the following in the books of X and Y.

a) Machinery worth rs. 1,00,000 to be depreciated by 10%.
b) Buildings worth rs. 2,50,000 to be appreciated by 10%.
c) Outstanding salary Rs. 10,000.
d) Stock of Rs. 10,000 was destroyed by fire and 25% was received from insurance company.

e) Write off bad debts Rs. 3,800.

5. Calculate the cash price of an asset from the following details :
Down payment Rs. 4,500
I Instalment Rs. 4,200
II Instalment Rs. 3,900
III Instalment Rs. 3,600
IV Instalment Rs. 3,300

Rate of interest 10% p.a. Rate of depreciation 20% p.a.

6. Prepare interest suspense account in the books of the purchase under instalment system.

Cash price of the asset Rs. 40,000
Instalment price Rs. 47,000
Interest to be apportioned in the ratio of 4 : 2 : 1
Date of purchase 1-4-2001

The books are cloased on 31st March every year. The first payment is made at the end of the first year.

7. prepare the purchaser's account in the books of the vendor under instalment system from the following particulars :
Cash price Rs. 60,000
Total interest payable Rs. 15,000
Instalment paid Rs. 15,000 down and balance in 3 equal
annual instalments.
Date of purchase 1-4-2001

The books are closed on 31st March every year.

8. Calculate the purchase consideration from the following details.
The purchasing company has agreed to issue 8000 equity shares of Rs. 10 each at par, 500 8% preference shares of Rs. 100 each at 10% premium, 1000 debentures of Rs. 50 each at 10% discount and pay cash equal to 10% of total purchase consideration.

9. What is the accounting precedures involved in 'Sale to a Company' in the books of the firm ?

SECTION - C

Answer any three of the following. Each question carries 15 marks.
(3x15=45)

10. Two firms A and B and C and D carrying on similar business agredd to amalgamate their business as from 1-1-89 on which date their Balance Sheet stood as follows :

Liabilities A&B C&D Assets A&B C&D
Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.

Creditors 80,000 1,00,000 Bank 22,400 26,800
Mrs. A's loan 20,000 --- Stock 81,600 73,200
Capital Debtors 60,000 80,000
A 1,60,000 Furniture 16,000 20,000
B 80,000 Premises 1,60,000 --
C 96,000 Investments -- 60,000
D 64,000

3,40,000 2,60,000 3,40,000 60,000

It was matually agreed that Mrs.A's loan should be repaid by A&B firm. Investments of C and D not to be taken over by the new firm. Goodwill of M/s. A&B was fixed at Rs. 32,000 and that of M/s. C&D at rs. 40,000. Premises were revalued at Rs. 2,00,000. But stocks of M/s. A&B found overvalued by Rs. 16,000, stocks of M/s. C&D were undervalued by Rs. 8,000. A reserve of 5% on debtors of both the firms is necessary.

Total capital of the new firm was to be rs. 3,20,000 and the capital of each partner was to be in his profit sharing retio which was to be 3 : 2 : 3 : 2. Goodwill account of the new firm was to be written off.

Open the necessary ledger accounts in both the firms books and prepare capital account in the books of the new firm.

11. The following is the summarised Balance Sheet of A and B who were sharing profits and losses in the ratio of 2 : 1 respectively.

Balance Sheet as on 31-12-2001
Liabilities Rs. Assets Rs.

Capital a/c's Fixed assets 1,40,000
A 1,40,000 Stock 70,000
B 1,00,000 Debtors 1,30,000
B's loan 60,000 Cash at Bank 50,000
Creditors 90,000

3,90,000 3,90,000

The fixed assets included two motor cars having book values of Rs. 16,000 and Rs. 12,000, which were taken over by A and B at agreed values of Rs. 24,000 and Rs. 16,000 respectively. They sold the fixed assets (other than the motor cars) and stock to Sundar Ltd, at an agreed price of Rs. 3,20,000. The company agreed to pay cash of Rs. 1,12,000 and issue 800 preference shares of Rs. 80 each and 1800 equity shares of Rs. 100 each at a market value of Rs. 80 each.

The debtors realised Rs. 1,22,000 and the creditors were paid Rs. 85,000 in full settlement. Preference shares were used to pay B towards his loan and the balance of preference shares were given to A in part payment of the amount due to him. Equity shares were alloted between A and B in the ratio of 5 : 4.

Show necessary ledger accounts in the books of the partnership.

12. Mr. Mahesh wrote a book and got it published with M/s. Popular Publishers on the terms that Royalty will be paid at Rs. 5 per copy sold subject to a minimum payment of rs. 15,000 with a right of recoupment of shortworkings over the first three years of the royalty agreement. From the following details write up :
a) Minimum rent account
b) Royalty account
c) Shortworkings account
d) Mr. Mahesh's account
Year No. of copies printed closing stock
1992 2000 100
1992 3000 200
1994 4000 400
1995 5000 500

13. The Bombay Transport Company purchased a Motor Lorry from the Delhi Motor Company on the deferred payment system on 1-1-2000 paying Rs. 20,000 on that day and agreed to pay the remaining amount in three annual instalments of rs. 20,000 each with interest at 5% p.a.

Prepare necessary accounts in the books of the buyer assuming that --
i) Depreciation at 10% p.a. is charged on the diminishing balance.
ii) The books are closed on 31st December.
iii) The ownership passes on to the buyer on payment of final instalment.

14. R Ltd. was formed to take over the assets and liabilities of A and B. The Balance Sheet of A and B on 31-12-98 was as follows :

Liabilities Assets

Trade creditors 8,000 Cash in hand 2,000
Capital : A 80,000 Cash at bank 12,000
B 80,000 Book debts 18,000
Stock 78,000
Furniture 10,000
Land and Buildings 48,000

1,68,000 1,68,000

The purchase consideration was agreed at Rs. 2,00,000 and was to be paid as under :

a) 5600 equity shares of Rs. 20 each fully paid.
b) Rs. 68,000 in 6% preference shares of Rs. 100 each issued at par.
c) Rs. 20,000 in cash.

All the assets and liabilities were valued as per Balance Sheet except the book debts which were subject to a bad debt provision of 5%.

The company raised further capital by issue of 15000 equity shares of Rs. 20 each.

The adjoining premises were purchased for Rs. 1,00,000 and additional stock of Rs. 1,40,000 was obtained from open market.

Record the above transactions in the books of R ltd. through journal entries and draft its opening Balance sheet.


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