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A piece of equipment owned by a business A sum of money owed to the business An inventory of goods that have yet to be sold A building that has been rented for use by the business
2. A building is purchased using cash for use by the business. Which of these would represent the entry for the transaction ?
Debit a liability accountCredit an expense account Debit the bank accountCredit an expense account Debit an asset accountCredit an asset account Debit an asset accountCredit a sales account
3. A business sells goods on credit. Which of the following statements are true ?
A sale has not been made because the business has not been paid. The business owes money for the sale. The business is owed money from the sale. The liabilities of the business have increased.
4. The owner of a business starts up using $5000 of her own money. The entry of this transaction is best shown as:
A debit to an asset account and a credit to an expense account. A credit to a purchase account and a debit to a sales account. A debit to a liability account and a credit to an asset account. A credit to a capital account and a debit to an asset account
5. Which of the following is true about a partnership ?
All partners have invested an equal amount of capital. All partners are personally liable for the debts of the business. Partnerships do not get favourable tax treatment compared to corporations.
retained earnings assets cost principle net loss 7.A partnership requires at least three people. The figure of $1000 should be recorded as: A credit of $1000 to purchases. A debit of $1000 to accounts receivable. Select the correct word that describes the amount by which expenses exceed revenues. 10. What is owned by a business and used in carrying out its operating activities is best described as: Liabilities. . 6. A debit of $1000 to sales. What is the correct accounting name given to the net income which is kept in a corporation for future use and not distributed to shareholders ? Additional assets Reserve assets Preference shares Retained earnings 9. What is the correct accounting name given to distributions of cash or other assets from an incorporated business to its shareholders ? Drawings Business perks Dividends Bonuses 8. A credit of $1000 to accounts receivable. Jolly Roger is owed $1000 by Buck O'Nere for lead shot that he has supplied.
he bank statement for the business. A financial document that indicates the success or failure of abusiness trading over a period of time is called: A cash flow statement A retained earnings statement An income statement A balance sheet 15. Assets 11. A statement of retained earnings. Buck O'Nere receives a bill (invoice) for use of his mobile phone. Debit the telephone account and credit an accounts payable account. Jolly Roger sells $500 of red wine to the Flamingo Bar and is paid by check. 12. Credit the purchases account and debit a loan account. Revenues. 14. Credit an asset account and debit a liabilities account. The correct entry for recording the liability of the bill is: Debit the telephone account and credit the bank account. The correct entry to the accounts is: Debit the purchases account with $500 and the sales account with $500 Debit the sales account with $500 and the bank account with $500 Debit the bank account with $500 and credit the sales account with $500 Debit the bank account with $500 and the sales account with $500 13.Purchases. An asset is considered to be a current asset if: . A balance sheet. A financial statement to show what a business owes and owes at a particular point in time is: A cash flow statement.
Which of the following could be regarded as permanent assets (sometimes called fixed assets) that are used in the business and not intended for resale ? Inventory Plant A rented building Equipment 17. Jolly Roger transfers $6000 from the current bank account to the savings bank account. As soon as the turnover of a business exceeds a fixed sum it must become a corporation. The revenue produced by corporations is less than that produced by partnerships. . 16. 19. The revenue produced by corporations exceeds the combined revenues produced by partnerships and proprietorships. One type of asset has increased whilst another type of asset has decreased. It could be realized in cash or sold or consumed in the business within one year It is an piece of new machinery that is expected to last for at least ten years. How might you measure a company's liquidity and short-term debt paying ability ? Calculate current ratio Divide current assets by current liabilities Deduct accounts receivable from accounts payable Divide current ratio by current liabilities 18.It has been bought recently and was bought new and not used It could be sold immediately by the business for other assets. Which of the following statements are correct ? The overall assets of his business have increased. There has been no transaction in accounting records. Which of the following are true ? There are more proprietorships than corporations in the United States. The overall assets of the business have remained the same.
Select the equations that represent the accounting equation. Which version of Access first provided ODBC connectivity to Oracle databases? 1. 97.1. 2. Assets plus liabilities equal Equity Assets less liabilities equal Equity Liabilities less Equity equal Assets Liabilities plus Equity equal Assets 21.0.20. Noneofthese .