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19 Balancing off Kittens accounts Profit and loss accounts Sales P L Ledger account (balancing figure) £13,000 Sale of makeup in cash Sale of makeup on credit Total £13,000 Total £8,000 £5,000 £13,000 Cost of Sales Inventory Inventory £ 5,000 £ 3,000 P L Ledger account (balancing figure) Total £ 8,000 Total £ 8,000 £ 8,000 Utility Expenses Cash £ 300 P L Ledger account (balancing figure) £ 300 Total £ Total £ 300 300 Balance sheet Accounts Trade payables Payment £3,000 Inventory bought on credit Total £3,000 Total £3,000 £3,000 Trade receivables Sale £ 5,000 Cash £5,000 Total £5,000 Total £5,000 20 Cash Account Capital introduced Sale of makeup Trade receivables Total £20,000 £ 8,000 £ 5,000 £33,000 Non current asset - shop Inventory Drawings Utility Expenses Trade payables £10,000 £ 5,000 £ 500 £ 300 £ 3,000 Balance c/f £14,200 Total £33,000 Inventory Inventory bought with cash Inventory bought on credit Total £5,000 £3,000 £ 8,000 Cost of sales (cash) Cost of sales (credit) Total £5,000 £3,000 £ 8,000 Non current asset - Shop Shop bought with cash £10,000 Balance c/f £10,000 Total £10,000 £10,000 Total Capital Account Balance c/f £20,000 Cash Introduced £20,000 Total £20,000 Total £20,000 Drawings Cash £ 500 Balance c/f Total £ 500 Total £ 500 £ 500 The profit and loss ledger account is opened to take in the entries from the closing off the income statement items 21 Profit and Loss ledger account Cost of sales Utility Expenses £8,000 £ 300 Balance c/f £4,700 Total £13,000 Sales £13,000 Total £13,000 Note the profit is the same as in the accounting equation Understanding the “carried forward” The carried forward figures in the balance sheet accounts are the opening balances for the next period.. Non current assets New shop bank Shop fittings 10,000 Balance c/f 500 10,500 Total 10,500 Total 10,500 Inventory Inventory on credit 8,000 Cost of sales 8,000 Total 8,000 Total 8,000 Trade receivables Sales 10,000 Payment received Bank Balance c/f Total 10,000 Total 31
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