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Which of the following accounting standards do not match in the context of banking companies’ accounts

In the income and expenditure account, transactions relating to are included

When the drawee pays the amount of the bill before its due date it is called

When a bill is paid before due date and the drawer gives some allowance to the drawee, this is called

The books of a firm are closed but it is found that a purchase of Rs.1000 from Atma Ram Sons has been passed through the sale book for Rs.100. what is the rectification entry, after preparing the trial balance

For which of the following, an adjustment entry will be required

Which of the following statement is correct regarding single entry system

A machinery is purchased for a total price of Rs.1 lac with expected useful life of 5 years. What is the amount of depreciation at double declining balance method for calculation of depreciation, in the 2nd year

A car is purchased for Rs.310000 with a scrap value of Rs.60000 at the end of 5 years’ useful life during Sept 2008, what is the written down value as on mar31, 2009 (which is closing date of financial year)

The amount of under casting of credit side of bank column of the cash book will be deducted from the overdraft as per

A firm had written off a sum of Rs.5000 as bad debt. However, in the following year a sum of Rs.3500 was received as recovery. What will be the impact of this recovery

If a two- sided error has taken place, it will be corrected

After preparation of trial balance it is observed that the goods amounting to Rs.10000 sold to Ashok & Sons were posted as Rs.1000 to their account. The rectification entry will be

When a company issues shares and the calls amount in instalment i.e. application money, allotment money, call money, the amount of single call

The shares of Rs.100 each, are issued at 10% discount and are forfeited for non-payment of call money of Rs.20 each. Which of the following journal entry will not be correct

What adjustment entry will be passed for the goods taken by the promoter out of the goods purchased for the business

Forex rate in Delhi is 1 US $ = 48.80/90. In London the 1 Euro = US $ 1.60/65-pound sterling. What is the cross rate for Euro

Spot rate is 1 US $ = 48.10- and 2-months forward is available at 1 US = 48.50

Which of the following does not match

If there is overdraft with the bank, the bank column of the cash book will show

The trial balance in which the total of debit side and total of credit side of each ledger account is taken into account is called

The pricing method under which the price is determined by subtracting an appropriate gross mark up from the sale price, to an unrelated 3rd party, with the appropriate gross margin being determined by examining the conditions, under which the goods are sold and comparing the said transaction to other 3rd party transaction, is called

A firm has been following the practice of not charging annual depreciation. At the time of sale of assets, it shows the difference between sale price and original cost as gain or loss in the year of sale. Which accounting concept is being violated

Which of the following is correct formula for calculation of future value of an annuity due (beginning of period

X is to receive Rs.5000 at beginning of every year for 5 year for 5 years at calculate the present value of annuity due)

When a firm makes payment to another firm by way of a cheque the bank debits the same, after a time lag when cheque is presented. In the meantime, if cash book balance of cash book, the amount of cheque

Balance in cash book of a firm is Rs.9500. It is noticed that (a) the payment side of the cash book is undercast by Rs.200 (b) a cheque of Rs.5000 issued by the firm is not entered in the bank column of the cash but bank has paid it. The balance in the pass- book chould be

A firm purchased new machinery for Rs.3.20 lac. It is to charge depreciation @ 6%, 5% and 4% for 1st, 2nd and 3rd year respectively. And the end of 3rd year, its written down value will be

A firm paid cartage of Rs.200 on account of transportation of newly purchased machinery to the cartage account. It will affect which of the following accounts

Which of the following transactions will result in increase in asset and increase in liability

When there is favourable balance as per cash book, and the cheque issued but not presented, to reach the balance in pass book, for this amount would be

The depreciation has been charged and it has been debited to fixed asset account. It is an

A bond face value of Rs.100 and coupon of 10%. Its remaining maturity period is 6 years. At 11% YTM, its market value is

The liabilities that are repayable only when business will be terminated are called

For a given difference between YTM and coupon rate of a bond

A bond with a face value of Rs.100 has a maturity period of 5 years. If the YTM decreases to 9%, what will be the change in the price

If YTM increase by 20%, the market price of Bond- A will change to

Adjustment entry for bad debts is

On a bond. the investor is subject to interest rate risk on account of (a) re-investment of annual interest (b) capital loss on account of change in the value of bond due to increase in market interest rates.

If duration of a bond is 5 years, which of the following statement would be true

Which of the following expenses by a firm cannot be taken as part of capital expenditure

The appraisal method for capital expenditure, under which it is examined, how much period the invested funds will come back as cash inflow is called

A firm has taken term loan from bank for construction of building . It will

The process under which the future value of present cash flows is determined is called

Which of the following is an error of omission

Which of the following is not a source of finance for capital expenditure project

Based on the above information, what is the payback period of Project - A

Based on the payback period. What is the payback period of project-B

Based on the above information, which project is preferable for investment and why

In the above case, what is the accounting rate of return of Project A

In the above case, what is the accounting rate of return of Project B

Based on the accounting rate of return, which project is preferable for investment and why

X wants Rs.340000 to replace his car after 5 years. He wants to save and invest in equal monthly instalments at 12% p.a How much money will be deposited every month

X has been saving Rs.2000 at 10% p.a compounded annually. What will be amount at the end of 3rd year

The depreciation is calculated as

If scrap value of the machinery is given, the amount of depreciation is worked out as

The scrap value of a machinery with original cost of Rs.1 lac is estimated at Rs.10000. Its useful life is 6 years. The depreciated value at the end of 4th year is

A person wants to remit Euro and there is no quotation with the bank for Euro. Bank works out the rate through Re/$ rate and $ /Euro rate. This is called

On a particular amount, the simple interest is Rs.306 for 2 years and the compound interest is 450 for 3 years. What is the principal amount

X had borrowed Rs.65600 at 5% interest for 2 years to be payable in 2 annual instalment. What is the amount of annual instalment

Spot exchange rate is 1 Euro = $ 1.40 and swap rate (called forward points) is 0.0105. Calculate 90 days interest differential assuming 360 days in a year

Accounting system which is associated with the need of the business owners to keep record of their transactions, property etc, dues they owe and debts others owe them, is

Accounting system which is used ascertaining the costs with a view to control them and also make assessment of profitability and efficiency of the business, is

As per accounting standard No.22, the aggregate of current tax and deferred tax charged of credited to the statement of profit and loss for the period, is called

A cheque issued by a firm is recorded on side of the

The price at which two unrelated and non-desperate parties would agree to a transactions is called

Firm-A sells goods on credit as well cash. For goods worth Rs.50000 the payment is yet to be received although goods were supplied, two months earlier to closing of the financial year

A firm sells goods worth Rs.50000 to M/s XYZ in cash. In this case, which two accounts are involved

A firm sells goods worth Rs.50000 to M/s XYZ in cash. In this case, while crediting the account, the following principle will be followed

A persons owes some amount to the firm, is called of the firm

Balance as per pass-book is Rs.23000 in the overdraft account as on Sep 30,2008. It is observed that (a) a cheque of Rs.3000 deposited by the firm has been received by the bank as dishonoured. (b) bank has debited Rs.50 as cheque returning charges (c) bank has dishonoured a cheque of Rs.1000 by mistake, which the firm had issued to make payment. The balance as per cash book should be

Which of the following statement is not correct in the context of bank reconciliation statement

A company had issued share with face value of Rs.100 + premium of rs.200 On certain shares, the application money and allotment money of rs.40 each has been received but due to non-receipt of 1st call money, few shares have been forfeited. Which of the following statement is correct

The shareholders of a company have a fixed liability to pay, in case of liquidation of the company, It is called

For making adjustment in respect of closing stocks, which of the following is debited

For which of the following, an adjustment entry will not be required

All the material information relating to business transactions is required to be given by a company in its balance, due to which of the following

Of commission is received in advance and adjustment entry is passed, which of the following will not be true

Which among the following accounting standards deal with inventory valuation

When a bill is drawn by a party on the other party which of he following accounts is credited

If trade discount allowed appears in the trial balance, it will be finally adjusted as

When a firm withdraws money from bank, in the cash book, the amount of withdrawal is

When a bill is endorsed by the drawer in favour of another party, the drawee is required to debit which of the following accounts

When loss of stock takes place due to theft or fire etc. it is called

A sum of rs.2500 has been spent by a firm to replace the worn-out parts of the machinery. This will be trusted as

All receipts and payment made In cash, including cheques are recorded in

Which of the following kinds of accounts are recorded in the ledger

The balance in the pass books is Rs.54000 and it is observed that bank received Rs.2000 through NEFT and also remitted Rs.13000 through NEFT, as per standing instruction. What is the balance as per cash book

If the proprietor has made certain drawings, the profit will be calculated as under

Accounts and auditors’ report a banking company is required to be published (a) in a newspaper circulating in the place where the banking company is having its principal office k(b) it is to be published within 6 months of close of its financial year. (c) this is requirement of rule 15 of Banking regulation (Companies) Rules

The balance in the cash book is Rs.30000 overdraft. It is observed that a cheque of Rs.2000 has been debited twice by the bank. Further theh bank credited Rs.3500 to the account of the firm by mistake, while this amount was to be credited to personal account of the partner. What is the balance in the pass book

The finance manager of a company receives 10% commission on the profit after charging commission. The profit of the company are Rs.3.30 lac. What will be amount of commission of the manager

Pre- operative expenses are shown by a company as

A company comes out with an equity share issue having face value of Rs.10 and charges total Rs.30 for the share. The amount will be credited to:

A company forfeits 2000 shares of Rs.10 each due to non-payment of 2nd call @ Rs.2. The amount already received is Rs.3 on application, Rs.3 as allotment, Rs.2 as first call. How much amount will be debited to share account

Which of the following provisions of Companies Act 1956 are not correct

At the end of one year, a sum Rs.10000 at 6% rate of interest when compounded half yearly becomes

For a capital budgeting expenditure, the net present value of a project at 18% is Rs.15 lac negative, at 10%, it is Rs.12 lac positive and at 14%, it is ZERO. The internal rate of return from the project is

Expense necessary to produce goods or service in a business organization can be classified as

X has been investing Rs.5000 every year at year end, at 5% for 5 years. How much he will get at the end of 5 years (hint calculate the future value of an ordinary annuity



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