Accounting for Partnership Firms-Reconstitution and Dissolution (CBSE Class-12 Accountancy): Questions 52 - 60 of 60

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Question number: 52

» Accounting for Partnership Firms » Reconstitution and Dissolution » Admission of a Partner

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State the ratio in which the old Partners share the amount of cash brought in by the new Partner as premium for goodwill.

Question number: 53

» Accounting for Partnership Firms » Reconstitution and Dissolution » Change in the Profit Sharing Ratio

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Define gaining ratio.

Question number: 54

» Accounting for Partnership Firms » Reconstitution and Dissolution » Admission of a Partner

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K and Y were partners in a firm sharing profits in 3: 2 ratio. They admitted Z as a new partner for l/3rd share in the profits of the firm. Z acquired his share from K and Y in 2: 3 ratio. Z brought Rs. 80, 000 for his capital and Rs. 30, 000 for his 1/3”1 share as premium. Calculate the new profit sharing ratio of K, Y and Z and pass necessary journal entries for the above transactions in the books of the firm.

Explanation

Old Ratio = 3: 2

Z’s share = 1/3

Z acquires from K = 1/3 x 2/5 = 2/15

Z acquires from Y = 1/3 x 3/5 = 3/15

K’s new share = Old share-share to Z = 3/5 - 2/15 = 7/15

Y’s new share = Old share -… (103 more words) …

Question number: 55

» Accounting for Partnership Firms » Reconstitution and Dissolution » Admission of a Partner

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What are the two main rights acquired by the incoming new partner in a partnership firm? ,

Question number: 56

» Accounting for Partnership Firms » Reconstitution and Dissolution » Admission of a Partner

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Give two circumstances in which sacrificing Ratio may be applied.

Question number: 57

» Accounting for Partnership Firms » Reconstitution and Dissolution » Change in the Profit Sharing Ratio

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Give two circumstances in which gaining ratio can be applied.

Question number: 58

» Accounting for Partnership Firms » Reconstitution and Dissolution » Retirement and Death of a Partner

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Give two circumstances in which gaining ratio is computed.

Question number: 59

» Accounting for Partnership Firms » Reconstitution and Dissolution » Admission of a Partner

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What journal entries will be passed when the new partner is unable to bring his share of goodwill in cash?

Question number: 60

» Accounting for Partnership Firms » Reconstitution and Dissolution » Retirement and Death of a Partner

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Anil, Jatin and Ramesh were sharing profit in the ratio of 2: 1: 1. Their Balance Sheet as at 31.12. 2001 stood as follows: -

BALANCE SHEET AS ON 31.12. 2001

shows available balance of assets and liabilities as on 31.12. 2001

Liabilities

Rs.

Assets

Rs.

Creditors

24, 400

Cash

1, 00, 000

Bank Loan

10, 000

Debtors

20000

Profit and Loss A/c

18, 000

Less: Provision

1600

18, 400

Bills Payable

2, 000

Stock

10, 000

Anil’s Capital

50, 000

Land & Building

20, 000

Jatin’s Capital

40, 000

Investment

14, 000

Ramesh’s Capital

40, 000

Goodwill

22, 000

1, 84, 400

1, 84, 400

Ramesh died on 31st March 2002. The following adjustments were agreed upon-

(a) Building be appreciated by Rs. 2, 000

(b) Investments be valued at 10 % less than the book value.

(c) All debtors (except 20 % which are considered as doubtful) were good.

(d) Stock be increased by 10 %

(e) Goodwill be valued at 2 years’ purchase of the average profit of the past five years.

(f) Ramesh’s share of profit to the death be calculated on the basis of the profit of the preceding year. profit for the years 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000 were Rs. 26, 000, Rs. 22, 000, Rs. 20, 000 and Rs. 24, 000 respectively.

Prepare revaluation account, partner’s capital Account, Ramesh ‘s Executors’ Account and Balance sheet immediately after Ramesh’s death assuming that Rs. 18, 425 be paid immediately to his executors and balance to b left to the Ramesh’s Executor’s Account

Explanation

REVALUATION ACCOUNT of the firm

shows re-valuated assets and liabilities of the firm

Particulars

Rs.

Particulars

Rs.

To Investment A/c

1, 400

By Building A/c

2, 000

To Provision for doubtful debt A/c

2, 400

By Stock A/c

1, 000

By Loss transferred to

Anil’s Capital A/c

400

Jatin’s Capital… (273 more words) …

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