# Question No 6 Chapter No 14 – T.S. Grewal 11 Class

Question No.6 - Chapter No.14- T.S. Grewal +1 Book 2019-SolutionQuestion No.6 - Chapter No.14- T.S. Grewal +1 Book 2019-Solution

Question No 6 Chapter No 14

6. An asset was purchased for Rs 10,500 on 1st April 2011. The scrap value was estimated to be Rs 500 at the end of the asset’s 10 years ‘life. Straight Line method of the Depreciation was used. The accounting year ends on 31st March every year. The asset was sold for Rs 600 on 31st March 2018. calculation the following:
The Depreciation expense for the year ended 31st March 2012
The netbook value of the asset on 31st March 2016.
The gain or loss on the sale of the asset on 31st March 2012

The solution of Question No 6 Chapter No 14: –

 Dr. Machine A/c Cr. Date Particulars J.F. Amount Date Particulars J.F. Amount 01/04/11 To Cash A/c 10,500 31/03/12 By Deprecation A/c 1,000 31/03/12 By Balance C/d 9,500 10,500 10,500 01/04/12 To Balance b/d 9,500 31/03/13 By Deprecation A/c 1,000 31/03/13 By Balance C/d 8,500 9,500 9,500 01/04/13 To Balance b/d 8,500 31/03/14 By Deprecation A/c 1,000 31/03/14 By Balance C/d 7,500 8,500 8,500 01/04/14 To Balance b/d 7,500 31/03/15 By Deprecation A/c 1,000 31/03/15 By Balance C/d 6,500 7,500 7,500 01/04/15 To balance b/d 6,500 31/03/16 By Deprecation A/c 1,000 31/03/16 By Balance C/d 5,500 6,500 6,500 01/04/16 To Balance b/d 5,500 31/03/17 By Deprecation A/c 1,000 31/03/17 By Balance C/d 4,500 5,500 5,500 01/04/17 To Balance b/f 4,500 31/03/18 By Deprecation A/c 1,000 31/03/18 By Cash A/c 900 31/03/18 By loss on sale on Machine A/c 2,900 4,500 4,500

Working note:-

 Amount of Depreciation = Cost of assets- Estimated Realizable or Scrap value Number of years of expected useful life

Cost of assets = 10,500
Number of years of expected useful life = 10 years
Estimated Retaliated or Scrap value = 500

 Amount of Depreciation = 10,500 – 500 = 1,000 per year 10

 Statement Showing profit or loss on the sale of Machinery Cr. Particulars Amount Book value of machinery as on 1st April 2012 when it was purchased 10,500 Less: – Amount of Depreciation charged on the year 2011-12 1,000 Amount of Depreciation charged on the year 2012-13 1,000 Amount of Depreciation charged on the  year 2013-14 1,000 Amount of Depreciation charged on the year 2014-15 1,000 Amount of Depreciation charged on the year 2015-16 1,000 Amount of Depreciation charged on the year 2016-17 1,000 Amount of Depreciation charged on the year 2017-18 1,000 Sale Price of Machinery 600 Loss on the sale of the asset 2,900

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• Chapter No. 1 – Introduction to Accounting
• Chapter No. 2 – Basic Accounting Terms
• Chapter No. 3 – Theory Base of Accounting, Accounting Standards and International Financial Reporting Standards(IFRS)
• Chapter No. 4 – Bases of Accounting
• Chapter No. 5 – Accounting Equation
• Chapter No. 6 – Accounting Procedures – Rules of Debit and Credit
• Goods and Services Tax(GST)
• Chapter No. 7 – Origin of Transactions – Source Documents and Preparation of Vouchers
• Chapter No. 8 – Journal
• Chapter No. 9 – Ledger
• Chapter No. 10 – Special Purpose Books I – Cash Book
• Chapter No. 11 – Special Purpose Books II – Other Books
• Chapter No. 12 – Bank Reconciliation Statement
• Chapter No. 13 – Trial Balance
• Chapter No. 14 – Depreciation
• Chapter No. 15 – Provisions and Reserves
• Chapter No. 16 – Accounting for Bills of Exchange
• Chapter No. 17 – Rectification of Errors
• Chapter No. 18 – Financial Statements of Sole Proprietorship
• Chapter No. 19 – Adjustments in preparation of Financial Statements
• Chapter No. 20 – Accounts from incomplete Records – Single Entry System
• Chapter No. 21 – Computers in Accounting
• Chapter No. 22 – Accounting Software – Tally
• Chapter No. 5 – Accounting Equation
• Chapter No. 6 – Accounting Procedures – Rules of Debit and Credit
• Goods and Services Tax(GST)
• Chapter No. 8 – Journal
• Chapter No. 9 – Ledger
• Chapter No. 10 – Special Purpose Books I – Cash Book