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Indu Nair
Subject: Accountancy
, asked on 14/3/18
effect on proprietary ratio
issued equity shares to vendors of machinery purchased for rs.4,00,000
how does this transaction increase shareholders funds and total assets by the same amount
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Riya
Subject: Accountancy
, asked on 14/3/18
Answer fast
Q.22. From the following information, calculate:
(i) Revenue from Operations (Sale); and
(ii) Cost of Revenue from Operations (Goods sold):
Trade Receivables turnover ratio: 4 times.
Average Trade Receivables: Rs. 1,80,000
Gross Profit Ratio:
$33\raisebox{1ex}{$1$}\!\left/ \!\raisebox{-1ex}{$3$}\right.\%$
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Riya Verma
Subject: Accountancy
, asked on 12/3/18
In qno.71 plz calculate capital employed from asset side approach as it is coming 90,000 from liability side approach. But i am not getting same answer from asset side
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Pragya Shree
Subject: Accountancy
, asked on 24/2/18
87. A firm normally has Trade Receivables equal to two months' Credit Sales. During the coming year it expects Credit Sales of Rs. 7,20,000 dpread evenly over the year (12 months). What is the estimated amount of Trade Receivables at the end of the year?
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Pragya Shree
Subject: Accountancy
, asked on 23/2/18
Whats wrong with my solution? ustration 49. From the following information, calculate Total Assets to Debt Capital Employed Current Liabilities Fixed Assets (Gross) — Accumulated Depreciation ' Non-current Investment Trade Receivables Solution: Total Assets to Debt Ratio — Working Notes: Equity Share Capital 8% Debentures Capital Reserve Surplus, i.e., Balance in Statement of profit and Loss (Dr.) Cash and Cash Equivalents 250,000 Total Assets Debt Total Assets = Non-current Assets* + Current Assets" •Nan-current Assets = Fixed Assets (Gross) — Accumulated Depreciation + Non-current investmen "Current Assets = Trade Receivables + Cash and Cash Equivalents Capital Employed = Shareholders' Funds' + Long-term Debts" = + Long-term Debts 22/20,000 - R Long-term Debts •Shareholders' Funds = Equity Share Capital + Capital Reserve of Profit and Loss
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Riya Verma
Subject: Accountancy
, asked on 13/2/18
Preliminary expense is which type of asset?
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Arunima Jalali
Subject: Accountancy
, asked on 11/2/18
Revenue from operation – 16000000, GP = 40%, inventory at the end of every quarter as follows:-
1
^{st}
quarter = 1600000
2
^{nd}
quarter = 3200000
3
^{rd}
quarter = 4800000
4
^{th}
quarter = 800000
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Deepanshu Arora
Subject: Accountancy
, asked on 6/2/18
Dear experts , Please solve this question ASAP
Q5. Calculate Debt Equity Ratio & also evaluate the dependence on outsider funds, if
Share Capital - Rs. 3,00,000
Public Deposits - Rs. 1,00,000
10% Debentures - Rs. 2, 00,000 Balance in statement of P & L - Rs. 1,20,000
Trade Payables - Rs. 25, 000
Short term borrowings - Rs. 1,00,000
Long term provisions - Rs.60,000
Capital Reserve - Rs. 40,000
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Deepanshu Arora
Subject: Accountancy
, asked on 6/2/18
Q4. During the Accounting year, the company earned 20% return on its capital employed amounting to
₹
30,00,000 , includes 14% Long term debts
₹
20,00,000.
Interpret the following :-
(1) Amount of Gain & Gain percentage to proprietor of funds by raising Long term debts if tax rate is 40 %.
(2) Is it worthwhile to raise Long term debts ?
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Deepanshu Arora
Subject: Accountancy
, asked on 6/2/18
Dear experts please solve this ASAP
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Deepanshu Arora
Subject: Accountancy
, asked on 6/2/18
Dear experts , please solve this question ASAP
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Deepanshu Arora
Subject: Accountancy
, asked on 6/2/18
What does a Current Ratio of 3:1 indicate ?
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Deepanshu Arora
Subject: Accountancy
, asked on 6/2/18
What does a Net profit Ratio of 20.653% indicate ?
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Deepanshu Arora
Subject: Accountancy
, asked on 6/2/18
What does a Gross Profit Ratio of 36.514 % indicate ?
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Sravani
Subject: Accountancy
, asked on 3/2/18
subject: accountancy
a company earns a gross profit of 25% on cost. its credit revenue from operations is twice its
cash revenue from operations. if credit sales is rs 800000, calculate gross profit ratio
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issued equity shares to vendors of machinery purchased for rs.4,00,000

how does this transaction increase shareholders funds and total assets by the same amount

Q.22. From the following information, calculate:

(i) Revenue from Operations (Sale); and

(ii) Cost of Revenue from Operations (Goods sold):

Trade Receivables turnover ratio: 4 times.

Average Trade Receivables: Rs. 1,80,000

Gross Profit Ratio: $33\raisebox{1ex}{$1$}\!\left/ \!\raisebox{-1ex}{$3$}\right.\%$

1

^{st}quarter = 16000002

^{nd}quarter = 32000003

^{rd}quarter = 48000004

^{th}quarter = 800000Q5. Calculate Debt Equity Ratio & also evaluate the dependence on outsider funds, if

Share Capital - Rs. 3,00,000

Public Deposits - Rs. 1,00,000

10% Debentures - Rs. 2, 00,000 Balance in statement of P & L - Rs. 1,20,000

Trade Payables - Rs. 25, 000

Short term borrowings - Rs. 1,00,000

Long term provisions - Rs.60,000

Capital Reserve - Rs. 40,000

Interpret the following :-

(1) Amount of Gain & Gain percentage to proprietor of funds by raising Long term debts if tax rate is 40 %.

(2) Is it worthwhile to raise Long term debts ?

a company earns a gross profit of 25% on cost. its credit revenue from operations is twice its

cash revenue from operations. if credit sales is rs 800000, calculate gross profit ratio