Change In The Existing Agreement Between The Partners Is Called Mcq

At the time of dissolution of the partnership company, the fictitious assets are transferred to the capital accounts of partners (B) Collective management account (C) Cash account (D) Loan account 67 of the partner. In the event of the dissolution of a company, the balance of the partners` capital was ₹63,000; The creditors` balance was ₹12,000 and the debit balance of the income statement was ₹6.00. The profit from the realization of assets was ₹7,800. The total amount realized from assets was: (A) ₹81,000 (B) ₹ 76,800 (C) ₹ 70,800 (D) No common partnership structure, partner commitments are: 38. Aran and Varan are partners who share the benefits in the 4:3 ratio. Your balance sheet was a balance of ? 5 6,000 on the general reserve account and a budgetary balance of ? 14,000 in the profit and loss account. They decided to share future profits equally. Instead of closing the general reserve account and the profit and loss account, it is decided to remit an adjustment entry for the same. In the adaptation entered: (A) Dr. Aran by ₹ 3,000; Cr. Varan of ₹ 3,000 (B) Dr. Aran of ₹ 5,000; Cr.

Varan of ₹ 5,000 (C) Cr. Aran of ₹ 5,000; Dr. Varan of ₹ 5,000 (D) Cr. Aran of ₹ 3,000; Dr. Varan from ₹ 3.000 40. X Y and Z are partners who share profits and losses in a 5:3:2 ratio. You decide to share future earnings in the 3:2:1 ratio. The employee compensation reserve, which appears in the balance sheet at the time when no information is available about them, is as follows: (A) Distributed to partners in an old profit-benefit rate (B) Distributed to partners in a new profit-benefit rate (C) Distributed to partners in capital ratio (D) Without adjustment to the new balance sheet, question 47. Modification of the partnership contract: a) Does the relationship between the partners change (b) The end of the partnership activity (c) The partnership company (d) Does none of them mention a partnership duration? 37. X, Y and Z are partners in a profit-sharing company in the 4:3:2 ratio. . .

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