# CBSE Class 12th Accountancy Solved Guess Paper

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Created On: Feb 12, 2014 11:22 IST
Modified On: Feb 12, 2014 14:44 IST

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Some question of this Practice paper are given here

Q. Enumerate the two steps of calculation of goodwill according to Super Profit Method. 1

Solution :

1. Step 1: Calculate SP

SP = Actual Profit – Normal Profit

Goodwill = SP * yrs of purchase

Q. If Interest on capital, Salaries, profit on revaluation is credited to partner's capital account, what method is followed in preparation of capital account. 1

Solution:

Capital Account is fluctuating

Q. In case of insufficient profit, what would be the treatment of interest on capital? 1

Solution:

Interest on capital shall be the profits available distributed amongst the partner in ratio of interest on capital.

Q. Give one reason, which makes holding debentures better than holding shares. 1

Solution:

- Debentures give fixed rate of interest

- Debentures are secured

- Priority in repayment   (anyone)

Q. What are zero coupon bonds? 1

Solution:

Zero coupon bonds do not carry a fixed rate of interest. The interest is actually the difference between the invested amount and the amount redeemed.

Q. Pass the necessary journal entries for following:                             3
a) Rohan Ltd issued Rs 80,000, 9% debentures at par and redeemable at 10% premium.
b) B Ltd issued Rs 84,000, 9% debentures at a premium of 5% and redeemable at par.

Solution:
9. Bank A/c Dr            80000                                                                0.5
To Debenture Application A/c         80000
Debenture Application A/c Dr         80000
Loss on issue of debenture A/c Dr     80000                                         1
To 9 % Debenture A/c             80000
Of debenture A/c             8000
(Being debenture issued at par and Redeemable

b Bank A/c  Dr.               84,000                                                           0.5
To Debenture Application A/c            84000
Debenture Application A/c        84000                                                 1
To 9 % Debenture A/c              80000
and redeemable at par)