ACCT1501 Practice Exam Questions 2012S1

QUESTION 1 – Bank Reconciliation ASB Ltd. received its bank statement for the month ending 30 June, and reconciled the statement balance to the 30 June balance in the Cash account. The reconciled balance was determined to be $4800. The reconciliation recognised the following items: 1. Deposits in transit were $2100. 2. Outstanding cheques totalled $3000. 3. Bank service charges shown as a deduction on the bank statement were $50. 4. An NSF cheque from a customer for $400 was included with the bank statement. The firm had not been previously notified that the cheque had been returned non-sufficient funds (NSF). 5. In dealing with the review of cheques that have been paid out, there was a cheque actually written for $890, which has been mistakenly recorded as a disbursement of $980. Part A: What was the balance in ASB Ltd’s cash account before recognising any of the above reconciling items? (Show all the necessary steps.)

Part B: What was the balance shown on the bank statement before recognising any of the above reconciling items? (Show all the necessary steps.)

Part C: Prepare any necessary adjusting journal entries. Debit



Debit Credit (ii) Calculate the net accounts receivable after recognising the bad debts expense. has a debit balance of $30. BBB owes SSS $2. On 1st January 2007. On 1st October 2007. SSS sold goods for cash for $22. 2 .500 and there is no hope for recovering this amount.ACCT1501 Practice Exam Questions 2012S1 QUESTION 2 ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLES     On 1st July. BBB. prepare the entry to record bad debts expense. 2007. SSS collected $85..500 in the Allowance for Doubtful Debts. Required: Part A (i) If bad debts expense for 2007 is recognised based on 2% of credit sales.000. During the year to 31 December 2007.000 in Accounts Receivable and a credit balance of $ 4.000. SSS Ltd. one of SSS’s customers. went bankrupt.000 from outstanding accounts. SSS Company’s financial year ends on 31st December. and on credit for $80.

3 .200 from aging receivables. Debit Credit (ii) Calculate the net accounts receivable after the adjusting entry. If uncollectible accounts are estimated to be $3. prepare the adjusting entry on the 31st December to record bad debts expense.ACCT1501 Practice Exam Questions 2012S1 Part B (i) Assume bad debts expense is determined as an adjusting entry at year end.

Determine the cost of ending inventory as at 31 December 2010 and the cost of goods sold and gross profit for the year ended 31 December 2010.500 3. assuming: a) Perpetual Inventory System [6 marks] DO NOT WRITE BEYOND THIS LINE 4 .800 2.200 1.000 2.000 2.ACCT1501 Practice Exam Questions 2012S1 QUESTION 3 (12 Marks) Inventory The following information is taken from the accounting records of Eden Ltd for the year ended 31 December 2010. Jan 1 Mar 10 Jun 25 Aug 30 Oct 5 Nov 26 Dec 31 Inventory Purchases Sales Purchases Sales Purchases Sales Units 2.800 1.000 Purchase price/unit $56 $55 $52 Selling price/unit $60 $65 $50 $63 Part A: Assume Eden uses the first-in-first-out method of allocating cost to inventories.

ACCT1501 Practice Exam Questions 2012S1 b) Periodic Inventory System [6 marks] 5 .

800 $4.840 4. for $44.040 15. accumulated depreciation. Compute depreciation expense for 2011.ACCT1501 Practice Exam Questions 2012S1 QUESTION 4 (10 Marks) DEPRECIATION Latte On Demand purchased a coffee drink machine on 1 January. Expected useful life is 10 years. Under two depreciation methods.000. (2 marks) Method A: Method B: 2.000 2010 7. and asset book value (carrying amount) at the end of 2011.000 Required: 1. annual depreciation and total accumulated depreciation at the end of 2009 and 2010 are as follows: Method A Method B Annual Accumulated Annual Accumulated Depreciation Depreciation Depreciation Depreciation Expense Expense Year 2009 $8. Assume use of the same method through 2011.000 $4.000. (6 marks) Method A: 6 . 2009.000 8.800 $8. Residual value is $4. Identify the depreciation method and rate used in each instance.

ACCT1501 Practice Exam Questions 2012S1 Method B: 3. (2 marks) Debit Credit 7 . Prepare a journal entry to record the depreciation for 2011 under Method B.

(4 marks) c. This machinery was expected to last for 5 years with no residual value. decrease. Switched to the reducing balance depreciation method from the straight-line depreciation method for machinery acquired two years ago (i.5 times $0. on which $60 000 of depreciation was charged. a. and Earnings Per Share. ‘decrease’. Ordinary shares are issued for $175 000. (4 marks) b. Current Ratio. Switched to LIFO from FIFO for inventory valuation in a period of increasing prices. Debt to Equity Ratio. Asset Turnover Current Ratio Debt to Equity Ratio Earnings Per Share Transaction a b c d PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE IS A LIST OF RATIO FORMULAE PROVIDED ON THE FOLLOWING PAGE. or ‘no change’. A blank response will be marked as incorrect.5 times 2 times 0. A machine costing $80 000. 8 . Note that you must write either ‘increase’. indicate the directional effect (increase. (4 marks) Record your answer in the table below. is sold for $20 000. SUC Limited’s financial statement relationships are as follows: Profit Margin Asset Turnover Current Ratio Debt to Equity Ratio Earnings per Share 7% 1. (4 marks) d. no change) on the Asset Turnover.e. this is the second year in which the depreciation is recorded).15 For each of the following transactions or events.ACCT1501 Practice Exam Questions 2012S1 QUESTION 5 (16 marks) Financial Statement Analysis SUC limited is constantly profitable.

Inventory Current Liabilities Annual Dividends Declared per Share Earnings per Share Operating Profit after Tax Sales Sales Total Assets Earnings before Interest and Tax Interest Expense Total Liabilities Total Shareholders' Equity Average Inventory COGS Average Trade Debtors Credit Sales x 365 Quality of Earnings Ratio Return on Assets Leverage Ratio Cash Flow to Total Assets Current Ratio Quick Ratio Dividend Payout Ratio Profit Margin Total Asset Turnover Interest Coverage Ratio Debt to Equity Ratio Days in Inventory Days in Debtors Price/Earnings Ratio x 365 Current market price per share Earnings per Share Operating profit after tax – preference share dividends Weighted Average Number of Ordinary Shares Outstanding Earnings Per Share 9 .ACCT1501 Practice Exam Questions 2012S1 RATIO FORMULAE Return on Equity Operating Profit after Tax Shareholders' Equity Cash from Operations Operating Profit after Tax Earnings Before Interest and Tax Total Assets Total Assets Total Shareholders’ Equity Cash From Operations Total Assets Current Assets Current Liabilities Current Assets .

000 450.000 60.000 310.000 80.PPE Accounts Payable Bank loan Contributed Capital Retained Profit at 1 July 2009 Sales Cost of Goods Sold Interest Expense Wages Expenses Rent Expense 265.000 50.000 100.000 CR 10.000 34.115. Plant and Equipment Accumulated Depreciation .000 200.000.000 200. 10 .  An ageing analysis shows that $4.000 450. The dividend is to be paid on 15 September 2010.000 5.  The balance in Prepaid Rent relates to the 12 month period from 1 January 2010 to 31 December 2010.000 1.000 5. the directors declared a dividend of $5.000 1. which the shareholders authorised.115. Plant and Equipment is provided for on a straight line basis at 10% per annum.000 of Accounts Receivable is estimated to be uncollectible.000 10.  On 30 June 2010.000 1.000 The following information is given which may give rise to year end adjustments:  Depreciation on Property.ACCT1501 Practice Exam Questions 2012S1 QUESTION 6 (20 Marks) ADJUSTING ENTRIES AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS The following pre-adjusted trial balance has been prepared for Dog Company as at 30 June 2010 (for the 12 months beginning on 1 July 2009): DR Cash at Bank Accounts Receivable Allowance for Doubtful Debts Inventory Prepaid Rent Property.

ACCT1501 Practice Exam Questions 2012S1  It is discovered that $10.000 of wages relating to June 2010 have not been paid and need to be accrued. Debit Credit 11 . Part A (11 Marks) Prepare journal entries for the necessary end of period adjustments.000 cash received during the year and credited to sales are actually related to services to be delivered in July 2010.  $5.

ACCT1501 Practice Exam Questions 2012S1 Part B (6 Marks) Prepare an Income Statement for the year ended 30 June 2010: Part C (3 Marks) In the Balance Sheet as at 30 June 2010 (show all workings): i. What would be the closing balance of retained profits? 12 .

13 .ACCT1501 Practice Exam Questions 2012S1 Question 7 Management Accounting and Cost Concepts The following information comes from the accounting records of Bother Ltd.000 Supplies used 825 Direct labour cost 11.500 Factory insurance 500 Commissions paid 1. 2008: $ Purchases of raw materials 6.450 Advertising 800 Beginning work-in progress inventory (Sept 1) 12.600 Factory supervision 1.500 Beginning raw materials inventory (Sept 1) 3.000 Ending work-in-progress inventory (Dec 1) 15.700 Ending finished goods inventory (Dec 1) 2.725 Ending raw materials inventory (Dec 1) 2.950 Required: Prepare a Cost of Goods Manufactured statement for the quarter-ended December 1.000 Beginning finished goods inventory (Sept 1) 5. 2008. for the quarter-ended December 1.

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000 units per year in the past. the company is expecting the same volume and also plans to set the same price again ($70). Manufacturing fixed costs amount to $100. the cost for one purchased snorkelling gear ($40) equals the contribution margin per unit when manufacturing it ($40). the company hires a new manager who worked for an international company in China before. For 2011. He tells the CEO that he knows a supplier in China who would produce the same snorkelling gear as Sunset Ltd and sell it at an extremely low price. Help the CEO in making a decision by looking at the different impact on profit under the two scenarios (buying versus manufacturing). neglect any strategic reasons or similar) 15 . The CEO asks you whether you also think that buying snorkelling gear instead of manufacturing it would be a good decision. 1. to buy the snorkelling gear at $40 and resell it instead of manufacturing the gear.000 (useful life of 5 years and no salvage value).000. which costs $50. (Note: Provide a suggestion for the CEO by looking at profit only.ACCT1501 Practice Exam Questions 2012S1 Question 8 CVP analysis Sunset Ltd. He suggests it would be much more profitable for Sunset Ltd. The new manager argues the decision to buy would be especially profitable.000. since the company is in need of a new machine for the manufacturing process. The amount of snorkelling gear sold has constantly been around 15. Selling and administration costs have recently been up to $70. In fact. manufactures and sells snorkelling gear. In 2011.

ACCT1501 Practice Exam Questions 2012S1 In the following. What would the break-even point be for 2011 (provide the calculation of the break-even point and a graphical solution)? 16 . does not decide to buy and resell the snorkelling gear but to keep manufacturing it. assume that Sunset Ltd. 2.

ACCT1501 Practice Exam Questions 2012S1 MCQ practice questions You have seen samples of MCQ in the lectures and in your quiz attempts.  17 .

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