Question 66 Chapter 5 of +2 Part-1 – USHA Publication 12 Class Part – 1

Question 66 Chapter 5 of +2- Part-
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Question 66 Chapter 5 of +2-Part-1


66. (Adjustment of the capital/goodwill/revaluation A/c/ partner’s capital A/c balance sheet) A firm has two partners B & C , sharing profits in the ratio of 3:2. they admit A into the firm on 1-4-2016when the balance sheet of the firm was as follows :

LiabilitiesRs. Assets Rs. 
B’s capital A/c30,000Cash 2,000
C’s capital A/c10,000Debtors 4,000
Profit & loss A/c 7,500Stock 6,000
Creditor 7,000Investments 9,000
Bills payable 2,500Furniture  18,000
  Machinery 18,000
 57,000 57,000

Terms of A’s admission were as follows:
(i) A is to bring Rs. 20,000 as his capital for a 1/3rd share of profit and Rs. 3,500 as his share of Goodwill.
(ii) Value of machinery and stock are to be reduced by Rs. 7,000 and Rs. 1,000 respectively and the value of furniture to be increased by Rs. 3,000. (iii) Capital of the partners shall be proportionate to their profits sharing ratio, taking A’s capital as a base. Excess capital is to be withdrawn in cash by the partner concerned and the deficiency is to be made up by bringing cash.
Prepare Revaluation Account, Partner’s Capital Accounts, and the Balance Sheet of the firm after the above adjustments.

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Revaluation account
To Machinery A/c 7,000By furniture A/c 3,000
To Stock A/c 1,000   
   By loss :  
   B’s capital A/c3,000 
   C’s capital A/c2,0005,000
  8,000  8,000
Partners’ Capital Account 
To Revaluation A/c3,0002,000 By Balance b/d30,00010,000 
To Cash A/c9,600  By Cash A/c  20,000
    By P & L A/c4,5003,000 
    By premium A/c2,1001,400 
    By cash A/c 3,600 
To Balance c/d 24,00016,00020,000    
 36,60018,00020,000 36,60018,00020,000
Balance Sheet
Sundry Creditors 7,000Cash (2000+20000+3600-9600+3500) 19,500
Bills payable 2,500Machinery 11,000
Capital Accounts  Furniture (18000+3000) 21,000
B24,000 Investment 9,000
C16,000 Stock 5,000
A20,00060,000Debtors 4,000
  69,500  69,500


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