IGCSE Accounting Paper-2: Specimen Questions with Answers 72 - 74 of 103

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Singer and Dancer are partners sharing profit in the ratio of 3: 2. Their balance sheet on 31st March 2014 was as follows:

Singer and Dancer are partners sharing profit in the ratio

Find out ratio of amount

Liabilities

Amount

Assets

Amount

Singer’s Capital

32500

Bank

40500

Dancer’s Capital

11500

Stock

7500

Creditors

48000

Debtors - 21500

Less: Provision for doubtful debts - 500

21000

Reserve fund

13500

Fixed Assets

36500

105500

105500

On 31st March 2014, they decided to dissolve the firm and the following information was provided by them: (i) Debtors were realized at a discount of 5%; (ii) Stock at £7000; (iii) Fixed assets at £42000; (iv) realization expenses were £1500; (v) All the creditors were fully paid.

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What will be the take away amount of Singer and Dancer after the firm’s dissolved?

Explanation

The take away capital of Singer and Dancer upon dissolution of the firm is £42355 and £18070.

Capital accounts of Singer and Dancer

Capital accounts of Singer and Dancer as on March 31st 2014

Particulars

Singer

Dancer

Particulars

Singer

Dancer

To bank A/c

42355

18070

By balance b/d

32500

11500

Reserve fund

8100

5400

Realization profit

1755

1170

42355

18070

42355

18070

Reserve fund = 13500 in 3: 2 = 8100 and 5400

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What are the reasons for dissolution of a firm?

Explanation

Dissolution of the firm may be due to any of the following reasons:

(i) Dissolution by agreement – mutually agreement between the partners

(ii) Compulsory dissolution – When one or all partners become insolvent.

(iii) On the event of contingencies

(iv) Dissolution by notice

(v) Dissolution by court

Passage

Susan Ltd was registered on April 1st 2011 with a capital of £10000000 divided into £1000000 shares of £10 each. The company offered 44000 shares of which 40000 shares were taken up by the public. £1 was received with application. On May 2nd these shares were allotted and by 31st may £2 per share was received as allotment money. First call of £3 per share was made on 30th June, and call money was received with an exception of 100 shares. Final call was made £4 per share and call money was received by 30th September with an exception of 400 shares.

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Susan Ltd issued 44000 shares and public took only 40000 shares. What are these called as and explain them briefly.

Explanation

Susan Ltd issued 44000 shares and public took only 40000 shares; this means Susan Ltd wanted to raise stock value for its company for 44000 shares. This is called as issued capital. The public took only 40000 shares refer to the interest of the public in the company’s stock. This is called as Subscribed share capital.