Hitesh sold goods for Rs 4,500 to Ashok on 1.1.2010 and drew upon him a bill of exchange payable 2 months after sight. Ashok accepted the bill and returned the same to Hitesh. On the due date the bill was met by Ashok.
Record the necessary Journal entries in the books of Hitesh and also prepare Ashok account in his books.
1. When the bill was retained by Hitesh till the date of its maturity.
2. When Hitesh immediately discounted the bill @ 15% p.a. with his bank.
3. When three days before its maturity, the bill was sent by Hitesh to his bank for collection.
4. When the bill was endorsed immediately by Hitesh in favour of his creditor Venkat.
On 2nd Jan., 2011 Kiran of Kanpur purchased goods from Kavita of Kedgaon for Rs 4,850 and gave his acceptance to after date bill for 60 days on 5th Jan, 2011 for the same amount. On the same date Kavita of Kedgaon deposited the bill into bank for collection. On the due date Kiran honoured his acceptance.
You are required to pass journal entries in the books both the parties.
Vasanti sold goods on credit of Rs 8,500 to Aruna on 14th July 2009. On the same date Vasanti drew two bills for Rs 5,000 and 3,500 for 2 and 3 months period respectively. Aruna accepted and return immediately. On 21st July, 2009 Vasanti deposited 3 months acceptance to her bank for collections.
On the due date of the respective bills Aruna honoured 2 months acceptance but dishonoured the second for which Vasanti paid nothing chargers Rs 60 and her bank debited 50 for bank chargers
Pass the journal entries in the books of Vasanti and Aruna.
Sudhatai sold goods to Chhayatai on credit for 4 months for Rs 10,000 on 7th Sept., 2009. Chhayatai paid on her account of Rs 4,000 at 2% cash discount and accepted bill for the balance at 2 months. On the same date Sudhatai discounted with her bank at 12% p.a. on due date Chhayatai honoured her bill.
A. You required to write journal of Sudhatai.
B. Pass journal entries in the books of Sudhatai assuming that on due date the bill is dishonoured and Sudhatai’s bank paid noting chargers Rs 100.
On 1st August, 2010 Swapnali sold goods to Swapnil on credit for Rs 20,000. And drew two bills of 60% and 40% of the amount due from Swapnil for 3 and 4 months period respectively. Swapnil accepted and return it to Swapnali immediately. On 1st September 2010 Swapnali send 3 months acceptance to her bank for collection and discounted 4 months acceptance with her bank @ 18% p.a.
On the due date of the respective bills Swapnil honoured 3 months acceptance for which bank debited Rs 50 as bank charges. On due date of 4 months acceptance Swapnil dishonoured for which Swapnali’s bank paid nothing charges Rs 100.
Pass the journal entries in the books of Swapnali and prepare Swapnil’s account in her ledger.
On 1st August, 2012 Omprakash drew a bill of Rs 10,000 for 60 days after date on Sharadchandra. On 15th August, 2012 Omprakash purchased goods from Hariprasad for Rs 12,000. On the same date Omprakash endorsed Sharadchandra’s bill in favour of Hariprasad and paid the balance by cheque at 1% cash discount. On the same date Hariprasad discounted the bill with his bank for Rs 9,500.
On the due date Sharadchandra honoured his acceptance presented by Hariprasad.You are required to pass journal entries in the books of Omprakash, Sharadchandra and Hariprasad.
On 5th September, 2010 Prakash Patil accepted a bill of Rs 16,000 drawn by Chandu Chaudhari for 3 months. This bill was drawn for amount which Prakash Patil owed to Chandu Chaudhari. On same date Chandu Chaudhari purchased goods from Magan Mahajan for Rs 20,000 for this Chandu Chaudhari endorsed Prakash Patil’s acceptance in favour of Magan Mahajan and accepted 2 months bill for the balance due. On 5th October, 2010 Magan Mahajan discounted both the bill with his bank @ 12% p.a.
On the due date Prakash Patil’s honoured his acceptance while Chandu Chaudhari unable to meet the payment for his acceptance. Magan Mahajan’s bank paid noting charges Rs 100.
Pass Journal entries in the books of Magan Mahajan and also prepare Prakash Patil’s and Magan Mahajan ledger account in the books of Chandu Chaudhari.
Harbhajan draws a bill on Manmit for Rs 8,000 at 3 months. Manmit accepts and return to Harbhajan. Harbhajan then sends the bill towards his bank for collections.
On due date Manmit find himself unable to make payment of the bill and request Harbhajan to renew it. He accepted the proposal on the condition that Manmit should pay Rs 2,000 along with interest @ 15% p.a. in cash and should accepts new bill for the balance at 2 months. These arrangements were carried through. One month before Manmit retired his acceptance @ 12% p.a.
Give journal entries and Manmit’s Account in the books of Harbhajan.