According to accounting princple every dr has a
corresponding cr.balance.Balance sheet is a statement to
know the financial position of the business.as we are
following double entry system of accounting.
Dear Ankita, according to the double entry system of
accounting, every debit should have a equal credit,
otherwise it would not be called as 'Balance Sheet'. Hence,
all the incomes generated by the company/business have
expenses to run. Every year every business concern should
give it for audit, to confirm whether every recorded
transaction is true to the best of knowledge, and therein
the role of an auditor arises, where he has to check and
confirm that everything mentioned in the balance sheet has a
true and fair view.
all the above answers may be the reasons why B/s showing
the same ammounts.
but as per my knowledge in another corner b/s contains the
profit/loss entry which is not actual Asset or liability.
but if the company gains the profit we will show it in
liability side as company needs to pay that profit to share
holders. the actual loss or profit carryforward from T/b
and showing it into b/s that is why it is always tallied.
If one person has been paid excess salary in particular
month. In next month we want to deduct the excess given in
last month what will be the entry,
Assume: excess given 2227
This month details : Gross 20058, PF 780, PT 200, and net
must be 16851
all effective figures must consider in entry