Question 13 Chapter 4 – Unimax
13. Journalise the following transactions in the books of Dushal.
Mar. 1 Rent Received Rs. 6,000.
Mar. 2 Commission of current year Received Rs. 5,000.
Mar. 4 Commission earned but not received Rs. 6,000.
Mar. 7 Commission received of next year Rs. 3,000.
Mar. 10 Commission received of Last year Rs. 7,000.
Mar. 15 Wages paid Rs. 4,000.
Mar. 16 Salaries paid for next year Rs. 5,000.
Mar. 17 Wages due but not paid Rs. 6,000.
Mar. 20 Salaries paid for Last Year Rs. 10,000.
The solution of Question 13 Chapter 4 – Unimax:
JOURNAL OF DUSHAL
|Mar. 1||Cash A/c||Dr.||6,000|
|To Rent A/c||6,000|
|(Being Rent Received)|
|Mar. 2||Cash A/c||Dr.||5,000|
|To Commission A/c||5,000|
|(Being commission of current year received)|
|Mar. 4||Accrued commission A/c||Dr.||6,000|
|To Commission A/c||6,000|
|(Being commission earned but not received)|
|Mar. 7||Cash A/c||Dr.||3,000|
|To Commission received in advance A/c||3,000|
|(Being commission of next year received)|
|Mar. 10||Cash A/c||Dr.||7,000|
|To Accrued commission A/c||7,000|
|(Being commission of last year received)|
|Mar. 15||Wages A/c||Dr.||4,000|
|To Cash A/c||4,000|
|(Being wages paid)|
|Mar. 16||Prepaid Salaries A/c||Dr.||5,000|
|To Cash A/c||5,000|
|(Being salaries of next year paid)|
|Mar. 17||Wages A/c||Dr.||6,000|
|To outstanding wages A/c||6,000|
|(Being wages due but not paid)|
|Mar. 20||Outstanding Salaries A/c||Dr.||10,000|
|To Cash A/c||10,000|
|(Being salaries for last year paid)|
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