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Small payments are recorded in a petty-cash book with four analysis columns: postage, travelling, sundry expenses, and small purchases. (a) From the following information write up the firm's bank cash book and petty-cash book for the week ended 15 December 1982. 18 P. 17 R. 00 T. 60 Director's fare to London 12 34 13 14 15 The following accounts were paid by cheque: Leon Manufacturing Ltd. 60) Palton Traders Ltd. 04) Window cleaner paid Postage stamps purchased Small item of stock purchased for cash Drew cheque for wages P.

Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Details 10 10 10 12 14 14 15 15 Dec. 00 Dec. 15 Balance b/d (b) Refer to Chapter 6. 16 could represent Palton Traders Ltd cheque unpresented. 35 (c) Such items representing purchases of goods for resale will be posted to the purchases account and not any other expense account. 2 Fred Ogden opened a hardware shop on 1 April 1984. He had £1,000 cash, of which he placed £900 into a bank account. The transactions for the shop during the month of April were: April 3 Purchased goods from T.

In so far as discounts allowed are concerned, we have so far debited our cash or bank account with the amount actually received and credited the debtor with the full amount due. It now remains to post the discount to the debit of the discounts allowed account, and this we do in one total amount at the end of a period. Similarly, we must total discounts received and post these to the credit of the discounts received account. This completes the double entry, which we can summarise for cash received from debtors as Dr.

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