The source document used to make entries in the purchase day book is
An invoice, bill or tab is a commercial document issued by a seller to a buyer, relating to a sale transaction and indicating the products, quantities, and agreed prices for products or services the seller had provided the buyer.
A book that contains individual accounts of suppliers is the
A bought ledger is a system in accounting by which a business records and monitors its creditors. The purchase ledger contains the individual accounts of suppliers from whom the business has made purchases on credit.
In the operation of an imprest of petty cash, the
An imprest system is a Self-checking account where a fixed balance is maintained by regular replenishments and used for paying small, routine operating expenses. Also called Imprest account, Imprest fund, petty cash account, or petty cash fund,.
An example of a credit entry in a profit and loss account is
Discount received appear as a credit on the Profit and Loss Account. Basically, the cash discount received journal entry is a credit entry because it represents a reduction in expenses.
Which of the following subsidiary books involves cash movements?
A petty cash is a cash book used to enter all small or petty expenses obtained. For example tea, Xerox copy etc. The petty cash book is to enter how the cash available for daily expenses are spent for example milk, tea, taxi charges and postage.
The accounting treatment for a dishonored cheque is; debit
Treatment: Before any notice of cheque being dishonored: When a supplier (payee) receives a cheque from a customer(drawer) the supplier's cash book is debited and the customer's account in the sales ledger is credited with the amount of the cheque.
Net turnover is referred to as
net turnover - is turnover before VAT and after trade discounts have been deducted. A company may use net turnover to measure the total volume of sales
Which of the following transactions will result in disagreement between the cash book and the bank statements?
A cheque payment is recorded in the cash book when the cheque is despatched. The bank only records such a cheque when it is paid by the bank, which may be several days later. Items such as interest may appear on the bank statement but are not recorded in the cash book as the business is unaware that they have arisen.
Purchase account is overcast by ₦200, while wages account is undercast by ₦200. This is
error of commission; is a mistake that consists of doing something wrong, such as including a wrong amount, or including an amount in the wrong place: When a transaction has been miss-recorded either wholly or partially
Which of the following is used to record the disposal of a fixed asset?
The journal proper is in recording books with original entries used for miscellaneous credit transactions that do not fit into other recorded books. The journal is maintained like a simple journal to record opening entries, closing entries, transfer entries, adjustment entries,rectification entries, and rare transactions.