Financial Accounting 2017 July Knec Past Paper

(i) total capital expenditure,
(ii) total revenue expenditure (8 marks)
On 1 May 2016, Jona started a business with Ksh 190,000 in cash The following transactions took place during the month:
May 1 Opened a business bank account and deposited Ksh. 120,000 of the cash
7 Brought his personal motor vehicle valued at Ksh. 350,000 to be used in the business.
9 Purchased goods for Ksh. 85,(XX) on credit from Tele Wholesalers.
10 Sold gcxxJs for Ksh. 22,300 and received cash.
15 Paid general expenses amounting to Ksh. 9,700 in cash.
19 Sold goods for Ksh. 35,100 on credit to Pakc Restaurant.
22 The proprietor took Ksh. 5,(XX) from the cash till and paid for his personal insurance.
27 Paid Tele Wholesalers Ksh. 65,0(X) by cheque.
29 Bought furniture on credit for Ksh. 55,(XX) from Chanzo Furnitures.
30 Received rent for Ksh. 20,(XX) from subletting premises.
31 Returned broken furniture worth Ksh. 2,(XX) to Chanzo Furnitures.
Prepare ledger accounts to record the transactions above.

Oh 4 February 2016, the chief cashier gave the petty cashier an additional cash of Ksh. 4,000.
(i) Prepare a petty cash book with the following analysis columns:
• Communication;
• Travelling;
• Stationery;
• Refreshments

(ii) At the end of the week, the actual cash held by the petty cashier was Ksh. 1,500
. Advise the petty cashier on the action to take based on the results in (i) above. (12 marks)
3. (a) Explain each of the following source documents:
(i) Invoice;
(ii) Credit note;
(iii) Payment voucher;
(iv) Cash receipt. (8 marks)
(b) The following balances were extracted from the books of Herrin Retailers as at 31
December 2016:
Sales 1,340,000
Carriage inwards 14,800
Insurance 37,000
Inventory (1 January 2016) 447,200
Returns inwards .27,000
Returns outwards 11,300
Purchases 960,100
Rent received 744,OCX)
Rates 12,4(X)
Accounts receivable 860,(XX)
Salaries and wages 569,000
Discounts allowed 38,600
Discounts received 67,000
General expenses 22,400
Buildings 2,710,000
Additional information:
• On 31 December, 2016:
– Inventory was valued at Ksh. 279,500,
– Rates amounting to Ksh. 4,500 were outstanding;
– Insurance of Ksh. 7,000 was prepaid.
• A provision for doubtful debts of 5% is to be created on accounts receivable.
• Buildings are to be depreciated at 2% per annum on cost
(i) Prepare income statement for the year ended 31 December 2016.
(i) Advise the proprietor on the action to take based on trading operations results obtained in (i) above. (12 marks)Kilimo Traders had the following transactions during the month of April 2016. 2016 . Ksh
April 1 Purchased goods on credit from Safi Wholesalers. 139,400
4 Sold foods on credit to Ziada Enterprises 67,500
7 Sold foods on credit to Wenax College. 25,600
12 Purchased goods on credit from Yato Manufacturers. 86,(XX)
15 Returned goods to Safi Wholesalers 1300
19 Sold goods on credit to Rono Hotel. 191,700
22 Sold goods on credit to Excel Hotel. 37,200
25 Bought an equipment on credit from Golden Machines limited. 300,000
30 Sold goods on credit to I.ait Enterprises. 16,800
30 Purchased goods on credit from Dilla Manufacturers. 75,000
(i) purchases journal;
(ii) sales journal;
(iii) returns inwards j oumal;
(iv) general journal. (8 marks) On 31 July 2016, the cash book of Wasili Traders showed a bank overdraft of
Ksh. 61,000 while the bank statement on the same date showed a credit balance of Ksh. 73,700.
On comparisons, the following discrepancies were revealed:
1. Dividends received amounting to Ksh 4,800 were reflected in the bank statement only.
11 Cheques totaling Ksh. 142,100, received and deposited, were not reflected in
the bank statement.
III. Bank charges amounting to Ksh. 3,400 were shown on the bank statement only.
IV. The bank had made a standing order payment of Ksh. 39,000 on behalf of the firm which was reflected on the bank statement only.
V. A customer had made a direct deposit of Ksh. 228,500 into the firm’s bank account.
VI A cheque from a customer of Ksh. 8,200 was returned as unpaid by the bank.
VII A cheque received for commission of Ksh. 950 was credited in the cash book.
VIII. The bank had erroneously credited the firm’s account with Ksh. 3,000
IX. Cheques issued to suppliers amounting to Ksh 89,200 had not been presented for payment.
(i) an updated cash book;
(ii) a bank reconciliation statement

5. (a) Explain each of the following accounting concepts:
(i) Going concern.
(ii) Money measurement.
(iii) Dual aspect
(iv) Business entity. (8 marks)
(b) The following information relates to Fahari Traders for the month of June 2016.
Transactions during the month of June:
Balances as at: Ksh.
1 June 2016 Sales ledger – Debit 394,000
– Credit 55,100
Purchases ledger – Debit 38,000
– Credit 247,100
Balances as at:
30 June 2016 Sales ledger – Credit 38,500
Purchases ledger – Debit 29,600 Ksh
Credit purchases 949,600
Credit sales 1,520,000
Cheques paid to creditor 512,800
Cash received from debtors 293,000
Returns outwards 42,500
Discounts received 87,600
Bad debts 49,800
Cash paid to creditors 107,900
Interest on overdue accounts of debtors 67,500
Refunds form creditors 11,000
Cheques received form debtors 956,400
Return inwards 59,100
Dishonoured cheques 23,400
Discounts allowed 123,000
(i) sales ledger control account;
(ii) purchases ledger control account (12 marks)
The trial balance of Vissa Retailers failed to agree by Ksh. 5,000. The difference was placed on the debit side of the suspense account. Later, the following errors were discovered
I Repairs to equipment of Ksh 8,000 had been recorded in the equipment account
II Rent paid of Ksh. 43,000 had been entered in the rent account as Ksh. 34,000.
HI. Cash drawings amounting to Ksh. 25,000 had been completely omitted from the books.
IV Discounts received of Ksh 2,000 had been entered in the discounts allowed account
(i) journal entries to correct the errors above;
(ii) suspense account duly balanced. (8 marks)
On I May 2016, Teta Enterprises had Ksh. 36,000 in cash and a bank overdraft of
Ksh 14,200. The following transactions took place during the month of May: 2016
May Obtained a bank loan of Ksh. 200,(XX) which was deposited into the business
1 bank account.
3 Settled Jami Wholesalers’ account of Ksh. 15,(XX) by cheque, alter deducting
a cash discount of 10%.
5 Paid rent for Ksh. 30,(XX) by cheque.
12 Received a cheque of Ksh. 19,OCX) from Peter Traders, alter deducting a cash discount oi 5%.
15 Paid electricity for Ksh. 12,400 in cash.
22 Bought equipment lor Ksh. 41,500 and paid by cheque.
25 Withdrew’ Ksh, 50,(XX) from the bank for office use.
28 The proprietor Uxrk Ksh. 29,000 of the cash for personal use.
29 Paid Benda Manufacturers their account of Ksh. 18,000 by cheque, after
deducting a cash discount of 5%.
30 Sera Enterprises settled their account of Ksh. 25,000 by cheque, aftet deducting a cash discount of 10%.
31 Paid wages of Ksh. 33,000 in cash.
Prepare a three-column cash book for the month of May 2016

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