Neco 2019/2020 Financial Accounting Obj & Essay Answer Now Available

Neco 2019/2020 Financial Accounting Obj & Essay Answer Now Available

Here comes the 2019/2020 national examination council Neco Financial Accounting Objective and Eassay answer now avaialabe at examportals. we will be providing you guys with this answers in other to help you guys come out in a flying colour.

OBJ
1-10:ACEEEAADBA
11-20:EECDAEBCEE
21-30:EBCDBDBBBC
31-40:CABDACEEDB
41-50:BCDCABBCDA
51-60:BDDCCBEDBD

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( SECTION A )

(1a)
(i)discount allowed means the discount which is given by a seller to the buyer. While discount received means the discount received by the seller for purchases made

(ii)Discount allowed is that amount which is given by our company to others while discount received is that amount which is received by our company from others.

(1b)
(i)Petty cash book
(ii)Cash book
(iii)Returns outwards book
(iv)Sales returns book
(v)Purchase day book or journal

(1ci)
(i)An item that is entered on the wrong side of the trial balance.
(ii)An item can be omitted from the trial balance.

(1cii )
(i)Error of omission
(ii)Error of compensation
(iii)Error of principle

(NUMBER 2)

(2i)
Preference shares:-Preference shares are shares in a company that are owned by people who have the right to receive part of the company’s profits before the holders of ordinary shares are paid. They also have the right to have their capital repaid if the company fails and has to close.

(2ii)Goodwill:-Goodwill is an intangible asset that arises when a buyer acquires an existing business.The goodwill amounts to the excess of the “purchase consideration” (the money paid to purchase the asset or business) over the total value of the assets and liabilities.

(2iii)
Three column cashbook:-Three column cashbook is the book of original Entry which is used to record all cash received and payment. It is usually a column or sometimes a bank column only.The cash book can be divided into two sides;Debit (Dr) sides and Credit (Cr)sides.

(2iv)
bank reconciliation statement:-Bank reconciliation statement is a process that explains the difference on a specified date between the bank balance shown in an organization’s bank statement, as supplied by the bank and the corresponding amount shown in the organization’s own accounting records.

(2v)
Depreciation :-Depreciation can be defined as a reduction in the economic service potential of an asset as a result of wears,tears,usage and passage of time. When fixed assets are sold ,the part of cost are recovered is termed depreciation

(NUMBER 4)

(4a)
(i)Single column cash book
(ii)Double column cash book
(iii)Three column cash book
(iv)Petty cash book

(4b)
Bad debt are those debt that cannot be recovered ie irrecoverable debts.such a debt must be written off from the debtor balance so that the accounts will not give a false picture
While
Provision for bad debts is an estimated amount set aside for doubtful debts which cannot be accurately calculated.The provision must be charged to the profit and loss as expenses and deducted from the debtors balance in the balance sheet

(4c)
*[PICK FIVE]*
(i)When payment is stopped by owner before encashment
(ii)When a postdate cheque is presented earlier than the date written on it
(iii)When the cheque is more than six months from the date written on it
(iv)When the bank has notice of the death of the drawer before the cheque is presented
(v)When the court declares the drawer bankrupt before the cheque is presented
(vi)when the signature on the cheque differ from the one on the signature card at the bank /irregular signature
(vii)when there is an alteration on the cheque and the alterations is not initiated by the drawer

( SECTION B )

(6a)
Adjustment cash book as at 31st March 2016

TABULATE

-DR-
Balance b/f 182,932
IFCKS (Ltd) dividend 1050
Total = 183,982

Balance b/d 183,562

-CR-
Bank charges 420
Balance c/d 183,562
Total = 183,982

(6b)
Bank reconciliation statement as at 31st March 2016

Balance as per Cash book. 183,562
Add up presented cheque (Adamu A) 2420

Less uncredited cheque (Ade H) 5546
Balance as per bank statement. = 180,436

(7a)
STATEMENT OF AFFAIR AS AT 1ST JANUARY 2017

TABULATE

-DR-
Accumulated funds 43,800

CURRENT LIABILITIES
Bar supplies 2,400

Total = 46,200

-CR-
FIXED ASSET
Equipment 25,000
Furniture/fittings 20,000

CURRENT ASSET
Stock bar 1,200

Total = 46,200

(7b)
BAR TRADING ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR 2017

TABULATE

-DR-
Opening stock 1,200
Add purchase 28,500
Less C/stock 3,200
Cost of goods sold 26,500
Gross profit 18,500

Total = 45,000

Wage bar 3,500
Bar expenses 800
Net profit 14,200

Total = 18,500

-CR-
Sales. 45,000

Total = 45,000

Gross profit b/d 18,500

Total = 18,500

(7c)
INCOME AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT

General expenses 4,000
Printing & stationary 1,200
Ameno day celebration 30,000
Excess of income 24,000
Over expenditure = 59,200

 

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