# The partnership of Michelle, Amal, and Maureen has done well. The three partners have shared profits and losses in a 1:3 ratio, with capital balances of $60,000 each. Maureen wants to retire and withdraw. Prepare a schedule showing how the cost should be divided if Amal and Michelle decide to pay Maureen$70,000 for retirement of her capital account and the new agreement will share profits and losses 50:50.

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### Principles of Accounting Volume 1

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Publisher: OpenStax College
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## The partnership of Michelle, Amal, and Maureen has done well. The three partners have shared profits and losses in a 1:3 ratio, with capital balances of $60,000 each. Maureen wants to retire and withdraw. Prepare a schedule showing how the cost should be divided if Amal and Michelle decide to pay Maureen$70,000 for retirement of her capital account and the new agreement will share profits and losses 50:50.

To determine

Introduction:

Partnership refers to a form of business ownership where two or more than two persons join to run a business. They share capital, liability and profit & losses of business.

To prepare:

A schedule showing the division of cost among old partners for the payment to retiring partner.

### Explanation of Solution

Given information:

Capital of partners is $60,000 each. Partners ratio is 50:50 Payment to retiring partner:$70,000

Calculation of bonus amount to retiring partner will be as follows:

 Particulars Amount ($) Cash payment to retiring partner 70,000 Capital of retiring partner 60,000 Amount of bonus 10,000 Cost of bonus will be allocated to old partners in 50:50 ratio as: CosttoMi=($10,000×50100)=\$5,000

Cost

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