ABC Ltd is a company. Can ABC ltd send debit note to debtors?. what are you situation to send debit note to debtors ?1 2268
A has to pay to B Rs. 10000 but C pay pay Rs. 10000 to B on behalf of A. What will be the journal entry in all the three persons.1 4947
what is addition of Opening Balance and net profit transfered from profit and loss account called?1 1992
what is addition of Opening Balance and net profit transfered from profit and loss account called881
Can TDS(Tax Deducted at source) expense be called Selling General and Administrative expense in Profit and loss statement,Or should it be included under head Provision for Taxation1 2574
In the case of stock transfer from one branch to another branch any reverse credit is applicable.928
Why Capital is Posted in the credit side? Concept of it briefly .4 6477
Sir, I am using Tally ERP 9 licensed. Company year 2012-2013. but dispaly in tally last date of entry 25.9.2021 pls help me sir... firstname.lastname@example.org 4141
My company sent this party goods 62750 this goods is loss sundorbhan paribahan. how to create voucher918
I am a service man.I want to submit my income tax return by efilling.Anybody can help me to do the same with the information to submit the file?1022
Richman Corporation has 120,000 shares of $5 par value common stock outstanding. It declared a 10% stock dividend on June 1 when the market price per share was $12. The shares were issued on June 30. Instructions: Prepare the necessary entries for the declaration and payment of the stock dividend.1237
how many invoice types are there in accounting and what is the satutary obligations for each invoices and waht are the basic differences in those invoices.
What else ? This is the question asked to me every where every time while facing interview. I want to know is this a real question for accounting? If yes haw or if no How? I am really confuse.
what are the steps for the payment cycle of the firm or company?
6. Your grandfather is 75 years old. He has total savings of Rs.80,000. He expects that he live for another 10 years and will like to spend his savings by then. He places his savings into a bank account earning 10 per cent annually. He will draw equal amount each year- the first withdrawal occurring one year from now in such a way that his account balance becomes zero at the end of 10 years. How much will be his annual withdrawal?
DHPL is a small sized firm manufacturing hand tools. It manufacturing plan is situated in haryana. The company's sales in the year ending on 31st march 2007 were Rs.1000 million(Rs.100 crore) on an asset base of Rs.650 million. The net profit of the company was Rs.76 million. The management of the company wants to improve profitability further. The required rate of the company is 14 percent.The company is currently considering an investment proposal. One is to expand its manufacturing capacity. The estimated cost of the new equipment is Rs.250 million. It is expected to have an economic life of 10 years. The accountant forecasts that net cash inflows would be Rs.45 million per annum for the first three years, Rs.68 million per annum from year four to year eight and for the remaining two years Rs.30 million per annum. The plant can be sold for Rs.200 million: (a) The company can borrow funds from a nationalized bank at the interest rate of 14 percent for 10 years. It will be required to pay equal annum installment of interest and repayment of principal. (b) A financial institution has offered to lend money to DHPL at 13.5 per annum but it needs to pay equated quarterly installment of interest and repayment of principal. Questions: (1) Should the company expand its capacity? show the computation of NPV. (2) What is the annual installment of bank loan? (3) calculate the quarterly installment of the financial institution loan. (4) should the company borrow from the bank of from the financial institution?
Ours is a technology firm. We got a contract of 1 lac. It is payable at the end of the contract. How you will recognize revenue?
Assuming that a firm pays tax at a 50 per cent rate, compute the after tax cost of capital in the following cases: I. A 8.5 % preference share sold at par. II. A perpetual bond sold at par, coupon rate of interest being 7 per cent III. A ten year, 8 percent, Rs.1000 par bond sold at Rs.950 less 4 percent underwriting commission.
In a housing society accounting if a defaulter having dues consisting of principal amount and simple interest, pays a part amount whether the received amount should be adjusted first against the interest dues and accordingly reduce the balance principal dues or adjusted only against the principal amount, allowing outstanding simple interest to contineously increase/
what is the manual procedure for accounting
The following are the list of Balances of SUNSHINE Company as at 1.2.2012 RM Land and building 450,000. Furniture and Fittings 35,000. Office Equipment 25,000. Motor Vehicles 75,000. Inventory 5,000. Trade Receivables 12,000. Trade Payables 8,000. Bank Loan 200,000. Bank 13,000. Cash in Hand 1,000. Capital 408,000.
The Tabula Manufacturing Company has been in business for one month. At the end of month the company had the following accounts: Materials used K 5 000.00 Direct labour 10 000.00 Indirect labour 3 000.00 Indirect materials 2 000.00 Labour fringe benefits 1 000.00 Supervisor’s salary 1 000.00 Depreciation Machinery 2 000.00 Miscellaneous factory overhead 1 000.00 Heat and light 500.00 Insurance on plant 1 500.00 The company processed two jobs during the month with costs as follows: Job 101 Job 102 Materials cost K3 000.00 K2 000.00 Direct labour cost K6 000.00 K4 000.00 Direct labour hours 4 000.00 3 000.00 Machine hours 2 000.00 1 000.00 The company does not use a predetermined rate for factory overhead. The rate is computed at the end of each month. Required Use both the direct labour hours and machine hours to compute: 1) The overhead rates for the month (5 pts) 2) The overhead cost for each job (5pts) 3) The total cost for each job (10 pts) 4) Briefly describe the difference between Job order and process costing, citing relevant examples (5 pts).
paid vendor to RS 15000 and incentives of RS.5000 and deducted Rs.3000 as penalty so finally paid to vendor is Rs.17000. please let me know the journal entry for this.
sIR, DEAR SIR, WE ARE PREPARING EXPORT INVOICES AT THE TIME OF INVOICE PREPARATION WE MENTIONED EXCISE, EDN CESS AND SH EDN CESS AMOUNT ALSO IS IT CORRECT ARE NOT BUT I THINK WHEN MATERIAL SOLD EXPORT EXCEMPTION FROM EXCISE, EDN CESS AND SH EDN CESS WHICH EVER IS CORRECT. PLEASE CLARIFY MY DOUT. ADVANCE THANKING YOU,
what is difference among credit, loan, advance
adjustment entry showing in tally such as outstanding salary prepaid salary etc.