Accounts Sba

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CXC PRINCIPLE OF ACCOUNTS PROJECT School-Based Assessment (S.B.A) (Year 2012) [pic] Submitted by: Danique Arthurs Year: May/June 2012 Name of School: Charles Fordyce Business College Name of Teacher: Charles Fordyce Centre No: 100228 Candidate No: Territory: Jamaica Table of Contents Introduction………………………………………………………………..5 Acknowledgement………………………………………………………...6 Description of Business…………………………………………………...7 Location of Business……………………………………………………...8 Objectives of Business……………………………………………………9 Factors of Production……………………………………………………10 Source of Capital………………………………………………………...11 Transactions for the Month……………………………………………...12…show more content…
Albert A/C [pic] M. Carl A/C [pic] C. Snow A/C [pic] Purchases Ledger A. Anthony A/C [pic] M. Marks A/C [pic] C. Carey A/C [pic] General Ledger Capital A/C [pic] Carriage A/C [pic] Stationery A/C [pic] Discount Allowed A/C [pic] Discount Received A/C [pic] Wages A/C [pic] Electricity A/C [pic] Sundry Expenses A/C [pic] Return Inwards A/C [pic] Return Outwards A/C [pic] Drawings A/C [pic] Stock A/C [pic] Sales A/C [pic] Purchases A/C [pic] Trial Balance [pic] Trading, Profit and Loss Account Trading, Profit and Loss Account for the ended 31st January [pic] Balance Sheet Balance Sheet as at 31st January [pic] [pic] Cash Budget [pic] Sales Budget For the first six months [pic] Purchases Budget [pic] Capital Budget Capital Required $165,000 Capital to be used for: ➢ Purchases ➢ Expenses ➢ Working Expenses [pic] Analysis of Balance Sheet 1. The working capital is 184,862.50 and so is the capital
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