IGCSE Accounting Paper-2: Specimen Questions with Answers 37 - 38 of 103

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King and Queen commenced business as partners on April 1st 2006. King contributed £80000 and Queen contributed £50000 as capital. Their profit sharing ratio was decided as 2: 1. During the year King withdrew £8000 and Queen withdrew £16000. King was also entitled for salary amounting to £12000. Interest on capital was paid@6%. The profit of the firm after providing for salary and interest on capital was £24000.

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What is meant by capital Account in a partnership firm?

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In a partnership firm, the term capital refers to the amount of cash contributed by each partner, for the establishment of the partnership firm. Partner’s capital Accounts are prepared during the year to find out the exact contribution made by each partner towards the firm. The capital accounts can either be fixed or fluctuating in nature depending upon the partnership agreement.

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What will be the capital of King and Queen on 31st March 2007, if fixed capital accounts were maintained by the firm?

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On 31st March 2007, capital of King is £80000 and capital of Queen is £50000 when the firm maintains fixed capital accounts.

CURRENT ACCOUNT OF KING AND QUEEN

Fixed Capital Accounts and current capital accounts of King and Queen

Fixed Capital Accounts and current capital accounts

DATE

PARTICULARS

JF

KING

QUEEN

DATE

PARTICULARS

JF

KING

QUEEN

Drawings

8000

16000

Salary

12000

Balance C/F

24800

Interest on capital@6%

4800

3000

Profit & Loss appropriation in the ratio 2: 1

16000

8000

Balance C/F

5000

32800

16000

32800

16000

FIXED ACCOUNT OF KING AND QUEEN

FIXED ACCOUNT OF KING AND QUEEN

Table of FIXED ACCOUNT OF KING AND QUEEN

DATE

PARTICULARS

JF

KING

QUEEN

DATE

PARTICULARS

JF

KING

QUEEN

Balance C/F

80000

50000

Cash

80000

50000

80000

50000

80000

50000