CWA ICWA Question Papers Inter Group I
Financial Accounting December 2010
This Paper has 39 answerable questions with 4 answered.
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Full Marks : 100
The figures in the margin on the right side indicate full marks
Answer Question No. 1 which is compulsory and any five questions from the rest.
1. (a) State whether the following statements are True (T) or False (F): 1×5=5
(i) Preference shares may be redeemed from the securities premium (2)
(ii) Life membership fee may be capitalized and shown in Balance Sheet in liabilities side (2)
(iii) R and S divided profit in the ratio of 3:2. T is admitted for 1/5 th share in the business. The new profit sharing ratio will be 3:2:1. (2)
(iv) As per AS–2 inventory is valued at the lower of net realizable value and current replacement cost. (0)
(v) The Contract of insurance is a contract of guarantee. (0)
(b) Fill in the blanks 1×5=5
(i) Excess of hire purchase price over ________ is treated as hire purchase charges. (0)
(ii) Excess of minimum rent over royalties is termed as _________ (0)
(iii) Balance of preliminary expenses account is shown in Company’s Balance Sheet under the head of _______ on assets side. (0)
(iv) The “Average Clause” is applicable when the actual loss is ____________ than the sum assured. (0)
(v) Turnover ratios are also known as ______ ratios. (0)
(c) Explain the following in single sentences 1×5=5
(i) Stock Turnover ratio (0)
(ii) Net Realizable value, (0)
(iii) Personal Accounts (0)
(iv) Buy Back of shares (0)
(v) Price Earning ratio (0)
(d) State the method of preparing Cash Flow statement. 3 (0)
(e) What reconciliation entry will be required to be passed in the books of Head office when cash sent by the Branch to Head Office at the end of accounting year has not reached the Head Office? 2 (0)
(f) From the four alternatives given against each statement, choose the correct alternative: 1×5=5
(i) In the absence of an agreement amongst the partners, loan given by a partner to the firm will be at an interest at the rate of
A) 5% B) 6% C) 8% D) 10%
(ii) Depreciation accounting is a process of
A) Apportionment B) Valuation C) Allocation D) Appropriation
(iii) Which of the following is a Capital Expenditure
A) Freight and cartage on purchase of new machine
B) Legal expanses in connection with defending a title to firm’s property
C) Expenditure on painting of factory shed
D) Wages paid to machine operator.
(iv) AS–6 is related to:
A) Valuation of inventories
B) Accounting for Construction Contracts
C) Cash Flow Statements
D) Depreciation accounting
(v) As per Section 17 of Banking Companies Act, an Indian Banking company prior todeclaration of dividend must transfer to reserve fund the following percentage of profit
A) 10% B) 20% C) 25% D) 30%
2. (a) Ravi purchased a machine on hire purchase system from Moon & Sons. He paid Rs.100000 at the time of agreement and the remaining amount including interest was payable in four annual instalments of Rs.100000 each at the end of each year commencing from the date of agreement. Interest is charged @ 10% per annum.
You are required to prepare the Machinery Account and Moon & Sons account in the books of Ravi for four years if he provides depreciation on machinery @ 20 percent per annum on written down value basis.
(b) Match the following:
(i) AS – 3 (1) Accounting for Research and Development
(ii) AS – 7 (2) Revenue Recognition
(iii) AS – 9 (3) Accounting for Construction Contracts
(iv) AS – 8 (4) Cash Flow Statements
(v) AS – 5 (5) Contingencies and Events Occurring after Balance Sheet date.
3. (a) KC limited has declared 15 percent dividend on equity share capital of Rs.2000000 (divided into shares of Rs.100 each) for the year ending 31st March, 2010 and dispatched dividend warrants on 18th July. 2010 by opening a separate bank account on the day. A person holding 800 equity shares did not claim the amount of his share of dividend.
What journal entries will be passed in the books of the company for declaration and the dispatch of dividend warrants and transferring the unclaimed amount so Unclaimed Dividend Account? What further journal entry will he passed in the books of the company when the unclaimed amount is not claimed by the claiment within stipulated time U/S 205(A)(5) of 7 years. Corporate dividend tax may be taken at 17 percent (gross).
(b) From the following information prepare a statement of Proprietor’s Fund:–
(i) Current ratio 2.5; (ii) Liquied ratio 1.5; (iii) Proprietory ratio ( Fixed Assets/Prorietory Fund) 0.75; (iv) Working capital Rs. 90,000; (v) Reserves and Surplus Rs.60,000 (vi) Bank Overdraft Rs.20,000; (vii) There is no long term loan or fictitious assets.
4. (a) The following (i) Receipts and Payments Account tor 2009–10; (ii) Balance Sheet, s on 31st March,2009 and other information are given by the Shiva City College: –
(i) Receipts and Payments Account for the year ended 31st March, 2010:
To Opening Balance
To Tuition fees
To Interest on Bank F.D.
To Hall Rent 6,00,000
30,000 By Salary & Allowances
By Provident Fund Contribution
BY Printing & Stationery
By Books for Library
By Postage & Telegram
By Laboratory Equipments
By Telephone Expenses
By Repairs for Building
By Misc. Charges
By Audit Fee
By Creditors for out standing
By Bank Fixed Deposit
By Closing Balances 21,15,000
(ii) Balance Sheet as on 31st March, 2009
Liabilities Rs. Assets Rs.
Capital Fund 21,000
39,15,000 Cash and Bank
Land and Building
Tuition Fee (Outstanding)
Fixed Deposit in Bank 6,00,000
(iii) Other information:
(1) It was ascertained that Rs.1.70,000 was outstanding by way of tuition fees on 31.03.2010
(2) The creditors outstanding for library books amounted to Rs.30000 at the end of the financial year 2009–10.
(3) Outstanding salaries were Rs.90000 as on 31.3.10.
(4) Depreciation to be charged: Land and Building at 5% Furniture, at 10% and Library Books at 20 %.
You are required to prepare for Shiva City College;
(a) Income and Expenditure Account for the year ended 31st March, 2010
(b) Balance Sheet as on 31stMarch, 2010
(b) Describe how the classification of investments is done by a Banking Company. 5 (0)
5. (a) Asha, Bipasa and Chitra are partners in a partnership firm sharing profits and losses as 8:7:5. From 1.4.09 the partners decided to change their profit sharing ratio as 5:4:1 and for that purpose the following adjustments were agreed upon.
Balance Sheet of the firm As on 31.3.2009 was as under.
(Fig in Rs)
Liabilities Rs. Assets Rs.
40,000 Plant & Machinery
(i) Furniture and Machinery were to be depreciated and appreciated by 5% and 10% respectively.
(ii) Provision for bad debts was to be increased by Rs. 3000.
(iii) P.& L. A/c. of the firm for the year ended 31.3.10 showed a net profit of Rs.68,700.
(iv) A contingent liability of Rs.10,000 was to be treated as actual liability.
The partners decided not to alter the book values of the assets, liabilities and reserves but recorded the change by passing one single journal entry.
You are required –
(a) to show a single journal entry adjusting the capitals of the partners as on 1–4–09, and
(b) to show the P.&L. A./c. for the year ended 31.3.10 after considering the following adjustments:
(i) Interest on capital at 5%, (ii) Interest on B’s loan and (iii) transfer 20% of the divisible profit to the reserves after charging such reserve.
(b) State the various accounting concepts. 5 (0)
6. (a) Credential General Insurance Co. supplies you the following information. You are asked to show the amount of claim as it would appear in the Revenue Account for the year ended 31.3.2010.
Claims paid during the year:
Claims payable– 1.4.09
Claims receivable– 1.04.09
Expenses of the management–
(included Rs.61,500 as Surveyo’s fees
and Rs.78,300 as legal expencses for
settlement of claims) 90,10,000
(b) A limited company finds that the stock sheets as on 31.3.2010 had included an item twice, the cost of which was Rs.50,000.
You are asked to suggest, how the error would be dealt with in the accounts for the year ended on 31.3.2010.
(c) While preparing the financial statements of X Co.Ltd, for the year ended 31.12.2009, you came across the following information. State with reasons, how you would deal with them in the financial statements;
There was a major theft of stores valued at Rs.20 lakhs in the preceding year which was detected only during the current accounting year ended on 31.12.2009.
7. (a) Calcutta Head Office has its branch at kanpur. Goods are invoiced to Branch at cost plus 33– 1/3%. All expenses of the Branch are paid by the H.O. From the following particulars you are required to show Branch Stock A/c., Branch Adjustments A/c., Loss in Transit A/c., Pilferage A/c. and Branch P. & L. A/c. in the books of H.O.
Opening stock at branch at cost to branch
Goods sent to branch at invoice price
Loss in transit at invoice price
Goods pilfered at Branch – (at invoice price)
Normal loss at invoice price
Expenses of branch
Recovered from Insurance Co. against loss in transit
Closing stock at Branch at invoice price 60,000
(b) Define Computer Software and explain what should be the period of amortization of the computer software. 5 (0)
8. Write short notes on any three 3×5=15
(a) Non–Banking Assets (0)
(b) Disclosures necessary under AS–7. (0)
(c) Features of Financial Accounts and Balance Sheet of non–profit seeking organizations. (0)
(d) Contingent liability. (0)