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Question
What is meant by Salaries Outstanding Accounts?
 Question Submitted By :: Accounting-AllOther
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Answer
# 1
Salaries Outstanding accounts are a personal a\c.

If a business is not able to pay salary for the last two
months to all the workers or some of them the workers will
be treated as the creditors of the business(since they have
given the services but in exchange they have not been paid
for). The amount due to these employees will be added and
put under one common title "Salaries Outstanding account".

Thus the salary outstanding account is a personnal account
representing the employees.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    100 Yes 12 No
A.r. Kalpana
 
Answer
# 2
Salaries Outstanding Account refers salaries which are
already due but not paid.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    46 Yes 2 No
Gayathri
 
 
 
Answer
# 3
"Outstanding" means "due for payment but not paid yet".
Thus, Salaries outstanding accounts represent the amount of
salary that the organization has to pay its employees,
which has not paid to them yet or which the employees has
not collected yet.

Here, the term due represents the account closing period.
For example, if an organization is paying salaries only on
4th of the following month and closing its books monthly,
then as on the last business day of every month, all the
salary for the particular month should be booked as
outstanding salary to disclose the accurate profit for the
month and the correct financial position of the company.

From Accounting perspective, while booking outstanding
salaries, we should be debiting "Employees' Salary Account"
and credit "Salaries Outstanding Account" (since we have
not paid it yet). At the time of actual payment of Salary,
we will reverse salary outstanding by debiting it and
crediting "Cash / Bank Account".

- Ma10kumar, Chennai
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    25 Yes 1 No
Ma10kumar
 
Answer
# 4
salaries outstanding a/c is a representative personal a/c.
The rule for this a/c according to traditional approach is
debit the debtor and credit the creditor.Salary outstanding
a/c represents those to whom the firm has to pay therefore
it is the liability of the firm.Now as per the modern
approach salary outstanding a/c will be credited since its a
liability and also they are creditors of the firm so the a/c
will be credited as per the traditional approach
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    14 Yes 2 No
Shivani Jain
 
Answer
# 5
Salary outstanding account means: salay yet to pay ( for
this we rendered services already.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    18 Yes 7 No
Jagan
 
Answer
# 6
Answer 1 (Kalpana) and 6 (Ma10kumar) is perfect.
But accounting perspective should be slightly different.
The actual accounting works as below;
1) Salary account (Expenses a/c) Dr
To O/S Salary a/c (Represents group of emply) Cr
Impact:
Salary expense, P/l account reduce the profit
O/S Salary B/S item (Increases Liability)

Laibility Asset

Profit (-)
O/S Sal (+)
Total Balanced Balanced

2) O/S Salary a/c Dr
To Mr.X (The employ who should ve received) Cr
Impact:
O/S Salary B/S item (Reduce Liability)
Mr. X, represents Accounts payable
Laibility Asset

O/S Sal (-)
Accounts Payable (+)
Total Balanced Balanced

3) Mr.X Dr
To Cash/Bank a/c Cr
Impact:
Mr. X, represents Accounts payable
Cash B/S account (Reduces)

Laibility Asset

Accounts Payable (-) Cash (-)
Total Balanced Balanced
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    10 Yes 1 No
Sandy
 
Answer
# 7
salaries outstanding a/c is a representative personal a/c.
The rule for this a/c according to traditional approach is
debit the debtor and credit the creditor.

Expenses (Salary A/c) Dr.
To, Outstanding / Payable Cr.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    9 Yes 0 No
Tapas Ch Sarkar
 
Answer
# 8
end of the month: (Yet to pay)

Salary Account---------dr
to Salary payable a/c

When pay the salaries

salary payablr a/c----------dr
to bank A/c.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    7 Yes 0 No
Muri
 
Answer
# 9
o/s salary means a salary which is not given yet but has to
be given . This is a libility for the company which is not
paid a salary. this is a DR item which is add with salary
entry in p&l a/c . as well as go into current libility in
companies b/s
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    1 Yes 0 No
Ankur
 
Answer
# 10
it is payment due but yet to pay. it represent the persomal
account.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    1 Yes 0 No
Norbu Tshering
 

 
 
 
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