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Polytechnic University of the Philippines COLLEGE of ACCOUNTANCY and FINANCE Department of Accountancy Basic Accounting

Sta. Mesa, City of Manila

SIMULATED MIDTERM EXAMINATION ACCO 2026 Fundamentals of Accounting, Part 2 Academic Year 2013 2014

General Direction: On the answer sheet provided, shade the letter of the correct answer for each of the following accounting problems. Each problem is credited for two points each. Time allotted for this examination is three hours. God bless.

GD, TOP, and Taeyang formed a partnership on July 1, 2013. The partners had invested P200,000, P300,000, and P450,000 respectively. The partnership agreement provided that profits and losses are to be shared equally by the partners after considering the following terms:

Annual salaries to partners will be provided at P60,000 for GD, P48,000 for TOP, and P36,000 for

Taeyang.

10% interest on average capital balances.

10% net profit after salaries and interest as bonus to GD as the managing partner.

On October 1, 2013, GD made additional investment of P60,000, while Taeyang invested P30,000 on December 1, 2013.

1. If each partner received P30,000 on the residual profit after salaries, interest, and bonus, the net income reported by the partnership during the first six months of operation amounts to

a. P176,962

c.

P220,000

b. P196,625

d.

P221,250

2. How much is the capital balance of GD on December 31, 2013?

a. P101,500

c.

P341,500

b. P281,500

d.

P335,750

Sulli and Minho entered into a partnership on March 1, 2013. Sulli invested P250,000 while Minho invested P150,000. Sulli is the managing partner and she is to receive salary of P24,000 per year plus bonus equal to 10% of net profit. The partners also agreed to give 10% interest on their beginning capital At the end of the year, the trial balance of the firm is given as follows:

Debit

Credit

Cash Accounts Receivable Prepaid Insurance Office Supplies Furniture and Fixtures Store Equipment Purchases Purchase Returns Sales Sales Returns Operating Expenses Accounts Payable Sulli, Capital Minho, Capital

P140,000

134,000

24,000

5,000

45,000

200,000

390,000

 

P 26,000

562,000

15,000

115,000

 

120,000

210,000

150,000

 

P1,068,000

P1,068,000

Ending amount of assets amounts to P75,000 for Merchandise Inventory and P2,800 for Office supplies. Accrued utilities of P6,200 is to be recognized. All depreciable assets have 5 years estimated life from March 1,

2013.

The straight-line method of depreciation is used. The prepaid insurance is for one year from March 1,

2013.

Income tax rate of 30% is to be considered.

3.

How much is the net income of the firm?

a.

P51,637

c.

P 73,767

b.

P55,137

d.

P132,137

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4.

How much is the share of Sulli in the net income?

a.

P41,709

c.

P43,209

b.

P42,273

d.

P95,041

Dara, Minzy, and Bom are partners sharing profits and losses in 3:3:4 ratio. On January 2, 2013,CL was admitted into the partnership with a 20% share in profits. The old partners continue to participate in profits or losses proportionate to their original ratios.

For the year 2013, the partnership books showed a net profit of P125,000. It was disclosed, however, that the following error were made:

 

2012

2013

Accrued expenses not recognized Expired portion of prepaid insurance not adjusted Overstatement of inventory Unrecorded purchases still in transit, with terms FOB Shipping Point Office Supplies used not recognized

 

P2,500

3,600

5,000

 

P10,000

4,000

5. The total effects of the errors in the capital of the firm, without tax consideration, amounts to

a.

P 4,000

c.

P12,900

b.

P12,100

d.

P20,100

6. How much is the correct net income?

a. P 92,470

c.

P122,100

b. P118,100

d.

P132,100

7. The share of partner Dara that she should have received amounts to

a.

P29,304

c.

P36,630

b.

P31,704

d.

P39,630

On April 1, 2013, Paula and Camille decided to form a partnership, with Paula transferring her company’s net assets excluding cash and Camille contributing cash in an amount equal to half of the investment of Paula, after effecting the adjustments agreed by the parties. They agreed to divide profits and losses equally. The statement of financial position of Paula is given as:

Paula Caringal General Merchandise Statement of Financial Position March 31, 2013

ASSETS

Cash Accounts Receivable Merchandise Inventory Furniture and Fixtures Store Equipment Office Equipment TOTAL ASSETS

P

400,000

500,000

1,000,000

70,000

120,000

50,000

 

P2,140,000

LIABILITIES AND EQUITY

Accounts Payable Notes Payable Caringal, Capital TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY

P

600,000

400,000

1,140,000

 

P2,140,000

Provision for uncollectible accounts equal to 10% of accounts receivable is to be established. The fair value of all property, plant, and equipment on the date of formation is 80% of its carrying value. Each partner withdrew P25,000 each in anticipation of profit.

8. The total assets of the partnership immediately after formation amount to by how much?

a.

P1,642,000

c.

P2,042,500

b.

P1,963,000

d.

P2,563,250

9. Assuming the net income of the partnership is P320,000, the capital of Camille at year-end is

a.

P481,000

c.

P656,000

b.

P456,000

d.

P681,000

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On August 1, 2013, Gem and Rhizza decided to combine their businesses and form a partnership. Their statements of financial position before adjustment are given as:

Gem

Rhizza

Cash Accounts Receivable Inventories Furniture and Fixtures Office Equipment Prepaid Expenses TOTAL ASSETS

P18,000

P

7,500

37,000

27,000

60,000

39,000

60,000

18,000

23,000

5,500

12,750

6,000

P210,750

P103,000

Accounts Payable Capital TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

P 91,500

P 36,000

119,250

67,000

P210,750

P103,000

The parties agreed that they will have settlement among themselves so that Rhizza’s equity and profit share will be 40% after making the necessary adjustments as follows:

Provide 5% allowance for uncollectible accounts on each outstanding Accounts Receivable balance.

Accrued expenses of P3,000 for Gem and P1,000 for Rhizza is to be recorded.

Inventories should be recognized only at 80% of their book values.

Prepaid expenses of P6,000 for Gem and P2,000 for Rhizza is to be recognized.

Furniture and fixtures of Gem is underdepreciated by P5,000, while the equipment of Rhizza is underdepreciated by P1,500.

The first five months of operation was successful and each partner withdrew P20,000 on December 1, 2013 in anticipation for profit. True enough, the operation resulted to a profit of P65,000.

10. The net adjustment to the capital of Gem, considering a tax rate of 30% is

a.

P11,095 debit

c.

P19,495 debit

b.

P15,850 debit

d.

P27,850 debit

11. The entry to record the settlement between Gem and Rhizza will be

a. Rhizza, Capital

6,950

Gem, Capital

6,950

b. Gem, Capital Rhizza, Capital

6,950

6,950

c. Rhizza, Capital

7,115

Gem, Capital

7,115

d. Gem, Capital Rhizza, Capital

7,115

7,115

12. The capital balance of Rhizza on December 31, 2013 is

a.

P70,300

c.

P83,350

b.

P73,360

d.

P93,360

Racina and Coline share profits and losses equally. Racina and Coline receive salary allowances of P20,000 and P30,000, respectively, and both partners receive 10% interest on their average capital balances. Average capital balances are calculated at the beginning of each month balance regardless of when additional capital contributions or permanent withdrawals are made subsequently within the month. Partners’ drawings are not used in determining the average capital balances. Total net income for 2013 is P120,000.

Racina

Coline

Capital, January 1, 2013

June 5, 2013

P100,000

P120,000

Yearly drawings, P1,500 monthly

18,000

18,000

Permanent capital withdrawals:

May 8, 2013 Additional Investments:

12,000

15,000

October 1, 2013 July 7, 2013

40,000

50,000

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13. What is the weighted-average capital for Coline in 2013?

a.

P105,333

c.

P120,000

b.

P119,583

d.

P126,667

14. If the average capital for Racina and Coline from the above information is P112,000 and P119,000,

respectively, what will be the total amount of profit allocated after the salary and interest distributions are completed?

a.

P70,000

c.

P75,000

b.

P73,100

d.

P80,000

15. If the average capital balances for Racina and Coline are P100,000 and P120,000, what will the final profit allocations for Racina and Coline in 2013?

a.

P50,000 and P70,000

b.

P54,000 and P66,000

c.

P70,000 and P50,000

d.

P75,000 and P45,000

Hyomin and Jiyeon share profits and losses in a ratio of 2:3, respectively. Hyomin and Jiyeon receive salary allowances of P10,000 and P20,000, also respectively, and both partners receive 10% interest based upon the balance in their capital accounts on January 1. Partners’ drawings are not used in determining the average capital balances. Total net income for 2013 is P60,000. If net income after deducting the interest and salary allocations is greater than P20,000, Carnes receives a bonus of 5% of the original amount of net income.

The beginning capital balances of the partners are P200,000 and P300,000 for Hyomin and Jiyeon, respectively. Each partner had withdrawn P1,500 per month.

16. What are the total amounts for the allocation of interest, salary, and bonus, and, how much over- allocation is present?

a.

P60,000 and P0

b.

P80,000 and P20,000

c.

P83,000 and P0

d.

P83,000 and P23,000

17. If the partnership experiences a net loss of P20,000 for the year, what will be the final amount of profit or (loss) closed to each partner’s capital account?

a.

(P30,000) and P10,000

b.

(P10,000) and (P10,000)

c.

(P8,000) and (P12,000)

d.

P10,000 and (P30,000)

On January 2, 2013, Darlene and Mark formed a partnership. Darlene contributed capital of P175,000 and Mark contributed P25,000. They agreed to share profits and losses at 8:2 ratio. Mark is the general manager and works in the partnership full time. Mark is given salary of P5,000 a month, an interest of 5% of beginning capital of both partners, and a bonus of 15% of net income before any salary, interest, and the bonus itself. The partnership’s net sales amounted to P875,000, and has a gross profit rate of 20% based on sales. Total expenses, which includes salary, interest on equity, and bonus is P143,000.

18. How much is Mark’s bonus for 2013?

a. P13,304

c.

P18,000

b. P16,456

d.

P20,700

Sue Ramirez, a partner in Pencil Partnership, has a 30% participation in partnership profits and losses. Her capital account had a net decrease of P60,000 during the calendar year 2013. During the year, Sue withdrew P130,000 which was charged against her capital account, and contributed property valued at P25,000 to the partnership.

19. What was the net income of Pencil Partnership for 2013?

a.

P150,000

c.

P350,000

b.

P233,333

d.

P550,000

20. Assuming the other partner had a capital balance at the beginning of the year of P99,000, and had charges to the capital account by P45,000, how much will be the change to her capital account?

a.

P60,000

c.

P105,000

b.

P77,000

d.

P159,000

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The partnership agreement of Lyka, Czyra, and Jhydell provides for the year-end allocation of net income in the following order:

Lyka is to received 10% of net income up to P200,000 and 20% over P200,000.

Czyra and Jhydell each are to receive 5% of the remaining income over P300,000.

The balance of income is to be allocated equally among the three partners.

The partnership’s 2013 net income was P500,000 before any allocations to partners.

21. What amount should be allocated to Lyka?

P216,000

P220,000

a.

b.

P202,000

P206,000

c.

d.

Sharmaine and Dyan Jean pooled their resources to form a partnership on April 1, 2013, with the firm taking over their business assets and assuming their business liabilities. On this date, their individual trial balances show the following:

Sharmaine

Dyan Jean

Cash

P 25,000

P 30,000

Noncash assets

150,000

220,000

Accounts Payable

60,000

45,000

Notes Payable

100,000

Equity

115,000

105,000

The partners agreed that capital and profit or loss ratio will be 50:50, and that additional investment is to be made to raise the total capital to P250,000.

Noncash assets should be adjusted to their market values of P120,000 to Sharmaine, and P190,000 to Dyan Jean. Unrecorded liabilities in the books of Sharmaine amounting to P5,000 and accrued interest on notes payable of Dyan Jean in the amount of P5,000 is to be recognized. Prepaid rent in the books od Dyan Jean amounting to P6,000 is to be recorded.

22. The amount invested by Sharmaine to conform with the agreement without tax consideration is

a. P10,000

c.

P35,000

b. P40,000

d.

P45,000

23. The amount to be invested by Dyan Jean so that their capital will conform with the agreement considering a tax rate of 30% is

a.

P20,300

c.

P 49,000

b.

P40,300

d.

P125,000

At the start of 2012, Manny and Kimby formed a partnership with each contributing P100,000. They agreed that profits will be divided equally, but in case of losses, Manny, the manager, will only share up to 30% after allowing 10% interest on their average capital. During 2013, the following changes are presented as follows:

Manny

Kimby

January 1

100,000

100,000

April 1

50,000

July 1

30,000

70,000

September 1

 

30,000

October 1

20,000

110,000

The first year of operations resulted to a loss of P80,000.

24. The average capital of Kimby amounts to

a. P127,500

c.

P152,500

b. P134,700

d.

P178,660

25. At the end of 2013, the capital of Manny will reflect

a.

P18,900 decrease

b.

P18,900 increase

c.

P20,350 increase

d.

P21,100 increase

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Sunny admits Yoona for a partnership interest in her business. The balances of the accounts of Sunny on July 1, 2013 prior to the admission of Yoona are as follows: Accounts Receivable, P480,000; Merchandise Inventory, P720,000; Accounts Payable, P248,000, and a certain amount of cash. It was agreed that for purposes of establishing Sunny’s interest, an allowance for uncollectible accounts of 25% of accounts receivable is to be established. Also, the merchandise inventory is to be valued at P800,000. Lastly, prepaid expenses of P10,000

is to be recognized. Yoona invested cash of P568,640 to give her a third interest in the total capital of the firm.

26. The capital balance of Sunny before Yoona’s admission is

a.

P1,056,880

c.

P1,150,000

b.

P1,136,400

d.

P1,252,500

27. The total amount of partnership cash account after Yoona’s admission will be

a. Cannot be determined

c.

P673,520

b. P568,640

d.

P753,040

Fei, Jia, and Suzy are partners sharing profits and losses in the ratio 3:3:2. On July 31, 2013, their capital balances are: Fei, P700,000; Jia, P500,000; Suzy, P400,000. The partners agree to admit a new partner, having this new partner pay Fei P500,000 for half of Fei’s interest. The new partner is also to invest P400,000 in the partnership. The total capital of the partnership is to be P2,400,000, in which the new partner’s interest is to be 25%. Revaluation of asset will be executed.

28. The capital balance of Suzy after the admission of the new partner is

a. P137,500

c.

P537,500

b. P400,000

d.

P556,250

Junsu and Jaejoong are partners whose profit and loss percentages are 60% and 40%, respectively. The book values of the partners’ capital balances are P136,500 for Junsu and P91,000 for Jaejoong. The partners have agreed to admit Yoochun as a partner for a 25% interest in the firm and invested cash of P43,750 and noncash assets having a book value of P150,000 with fair values of P113,750. The bonus method is used to record the admission of the new partner. Yoochun will share 25% in profits and losses while the original partners will share in their original sharing ratio.

The original partners agreed to revaluate their assets before the admission of Yoochun. An analysis of their noncurrent assets revealed the following:

Carrying value

Fair value

Accounts Receivable

P210,000

P192,500

Inventories

350,000

420,000

Equipment

619,500

654,500

29. The capital balance of Jaejoong after Yoochun’s admission will be

a. P 91,000

c.

P126,000

b. P115,500

d.

P141,750

Park Shinhye and Park Minyoung are partners with capital balances of P60,000 and P140,000, respectively, as of March 30, 2013. Park Shinhye has a 30% interest in capital and profits and losses while Park Minyoung has

a 70% interest in capital and profits and losses. On this date, all the assets of the partnership are at fair market values, except on these elements:

Book value

Market value

Equipment

P300,000

P284,000

Inventory

86,000

72,000

Building

548,000

500,000

Land

120,000

210,000

The partners decided to admit Kim Taehee and Kim Jiwon into the partnership. Kim Taehee contributed cash of P110,000 for a 20% interest in capital and 30% share in profits and losses. Kim Jiwon contributed cash of P20,000 and equipment with a fair value of P100,000 for a 25% interest in capital and a 35% share in profits and losses. After the admission, the Parks made settlement among themselves so that their capital will conform with the new ratios provided. The bonus method is used to account the admission of the Kims.

30. The new profit and loss ratio immediately after the admission of the Kims will be

a.

The Parks, 30%, 70%; The Kims, 30%, 35%

b.

The Parks, 30%, 70%; The Kims, 20%, 25%

c.

The Parks, 10.5%, 24.5%; The Kims, 30%, 35%

d.

The Parks, 16.5%, 38.5%; The Kims, 20%, 25%

e.

None of the given choices

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31. The capital balance of Park Minyoung that conform to the capital ratio is

a. P144,400

c.

P170,170

b. P166,170

d.

P194,900

The partnership of Ira, Lana, and Aira have capital account balances as: Ira, P35,000; Lana, P50,000; Aira, P40,000. Their profit and loss ratios are 30%, 50%, and 20%, respectively. With the consent and knowledge of Ira and Lana, Aira sold her interest to Lian for P50,000. Aira was paid in cash.

32. Lana’s new capital balance at Aira’s retirement will be

a. P47,500

c.

P50,000

b. P49,800

d.

P63,000

The following balances were taken from the books of Catleen’s, Ann Louise’s, and Tracey’s partnership on December 31, 2013: Catleen, Capital P200,000; Catleen, Loan P50,000; Ann Louise, Capital P120,000; Ann Louise, Loan P20,000 debit; Tracey, Capital P60,000. The partners share profits and losses in the ratio 4:3:3. Tracey decided to withdraw from the partnership on April 1, 2013 after suffering from financial problems. In the first quarter of 2013, the partnership made a profit of P54,000. The partners agreed to make the following adjustments to their assets to bring the balances to their fair value before the withdrawal of Tracey:

Allowance for uncollectible accounts of P20,000 should be provided.

Inventories are to be reduced by P25,000.

The partnership paid Tracey her interest plus 20% premium based on her adjusted capital for her contribution in the successful operation of the firm.

33. How much did Tracey received from her retirement?

a. P55,800

c.

P75,240

b. P72,000

d.

P91,440

Rojean, Vielka, and Marie formed a partnership. On December 31, 2013, the firm had the following balances:

Total Assets P100,000; Rojean, Loan P9,000; Rojean, Capital P15,000; Vielka, Capital P31,000. The partners divide profits with a ratio of 4:3:3. Rojean is retiring from the partnership. By mutual agreement, the assets are to be adjusted to their fair value of P130,000 at October 31, 2013. Vielka and Marie agreed that the partnership will pay Rojean P37,000 cash for her partnership interest, exclusive of her loan which is to be paid in full.

34. How much is Marie’s capital balance after Rojean’s retirement?

a.

P49,000

c.

P53,000

b.

P51,000

d.

P59,000

Jeiah, Jenah, Mickloth, and Mallothi are partners who have capital balances of P54,000. P72,000, P90,000, and P64,000 respectively. Their partnership agreement calls for the allocation of profits in the ratio of 2:3:3:2, respectively. Mallothi is withdrawing from the partnership to marry Lee Min-Ho.

35. If Mallothi’s interest is sold for P74,000, the entry to record Mallothi’s withdrawal will include

a.

Debit Jeiah, Capital, P2,500

b.

Credit Bonus, P10,000

c.

Debit Bonus, P10,000

d.

Debit Mallothi, Capital, P74,000

Lorna, Troy, and Sheryl are partners sharing profits on a 5:3:2 ratio. On January 2, 2013, Seed was admitted into the partnership with a 20% share in profits. The old partners continue to share profits or losses in their original ratios. For 2013, the partnership books presented a net income before income tax of P125,000. It was disclosed, however, that the following errors and omissions were noted:

2012

2013

Understatement of Depreciation expense of one of the company’s property, plant, and equipment.

P2,500

P2,500

Unused supplies not taken up

1,000

Advances from clients recorded as revenue

5,000

Understatement of inventory

3,100

Accrued expense not recorded

1,200

36. Assuming an income tax rate of 35%, the adjusted net income of the partnership for 2013 is

a. P76,765

c.

P79,820

b. P79,040

d.

P81,250

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The partnership of Chanyeol, Suho, and Baekhyun has been in business for five years. On December 31, 2013, Suho decided to retire from the partnership and he was paid P420,000 cash and land with a market value of P840,000. The carrying amount of the land was P700,000. The partnership reported the following capital balances at December 31, 2013: Chanyeol, Capital P1,050,000; Suho, Capital P1,400,000; Baekhyun, Capital P840,000.

37. If the partners share profits and losses in the ratio 2:3:5, what are the capital balances of Chanyeol and Baekhyun after Suho’s retirement?

a.

P1,026,000 and P

780,000

b.

P1,078,000 and P

910,000

c.

P1,090,000 and P

940,000

d.

P1,130,000 and P1,040,000

Bae Suzy is trying to decide whether to accept a salary of P40,000 or a salary of P25,000 plus a bonus of 10% of net income after salaries and bonus as a means of allocation profit among the partners. Salaries traceable to the other partners are estimated to be P100,000.

38. What amount of income would be necessary so that Bae Suzy would consider the choices to be equal?

a. P165,000

c.

P290,000

b. P265,000

d.

P305,000

Andrea, Jubilee, and Rhoan are partners with capital balances on June 30,2013 of P60,000, P60,000 and P40,000, respectively. Profits and losses are shared equally. Rhoan withdraws from the partnership. The partners agree that Rhoan is to take certain furniture at their second hand value of P2,400 and cash for the balance of her interest. The furniture is carried on the books as fully depreciated.

39. The amount of cash to be paid to Rhoan and the capital balances of the remaining partners after the retirement of Rhoan will be

a.

P40,000; P60,000 Andrea; P60,000 Jubilee

b.

P37,600; P61,200 Andrea; P61,200 Jubilee

c.

P38,400; P60,800 Andrea; P60,800 Jubilee

d.

P42,800; P58,800 Andrea; P58,800 Jubilee

Rox, Marge, and Jenny are partners with capital balances on December 31, 2013 of P300,000, P300,000, and P200,000 respectively. Profit are shared equally. Jenny wishes to withdraw from the partnership and it is agreed that she is to take certain furniture and fixtures with second hand value of P50,000 and note for the balance of her interest. The furniture and fixtures are carried in the books at P65,000. Brand new, the furniture and fixtures may cost P80,000.

40. Jenny’s acquisition of the second hand furniture will result to

a.

Reduction in capital of p15,000 each for Rox and Marge.

b.

Reduction in capital of P10,000 for Jenny.

c.

Reduction in capital of P5,000 each for Rox, Marge, and Jenny.

d.

Reduction in capital of P7,500 each for Rox and Marge.

Sungmin, Ryeowook, and Siwon who divide profits and losses on 4:4:2 basis have the following balances on June 30, 2013:

Accounts Receivable Sungmin, pre-settlement value

P24,000

Accounts Receivable Siwon, pre-settlement value

9,600

Ryeowook, Loan pre-settlement value

28,800

Sungmin, Capital

118,800

Ryeowook, Capital

88,800

Siwon, Capital

78,000

On this date, the partnership assets are P534,400 including the receivables from partners and cash of P28,000. The partnership liquidated and they distributed the remaining cash after paying outside creditors amounting to P220,000 and liquidation expenses of P12,000.

41. How much should the noncash assets be realized in order for Siwon to receive P30,000?

a. P252,800

c.

P292,800

b. P280,800

d.

P320,800

42. How much did Sungmin and Ryeowook receive in the final settlement?

a.

P18,000 and P 40,800

b.

P22,800 and P 45,600

c.

P42,000 and P 12,000

d.

P94,800 and P117,000

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Patricia, Mariel, Ella, and Angela are partners sharing earnings in the ratio 3:4:6:8. The balances of their capital accounts on March 31, 2013 are as follows: Patricia, P30,000; Mariel, P75,000; Ella, P25,000; Angela, P90,000. The noncash assets of the partnership include receivable from Mariel in the amount of P5,000. The partners decided to liquidate and they accordingly converted noncash assets into P237,000 cash. After paying the liabilities amounting to P153,000 and liquidation expenses of P15,000, they still have P72,000 to divide.

43. The loss on realization amounts to by how much?

a.

P 43,000

c.

P133,000

b.

P128,000

d.

P136,000

Kim, Lee, Park, and Choi have been operating a partnership for ten years. Due to unfavourable operation, the partners agreed to liquidate the partnership on January 2, 2013. At the time of liquidation, account balances consisted of: Cash, P207,000; Noncash assets, P600,000; Liabilities, P120,000; Capital balances P180,000, P300,000, P240,000, and (P33,000). Profits and losses are shared equally by the partners. The assets are realized, liquidation expenses of P9,000 and unrecorded liabilities of P15,000 were paid. At the end of the liquidation process, Kim received P150,000 in the final settlement. Choi is a solvent partner.

44. The amount realized from the sale of noncash assets amount to by how much?

a.

P480,000

c.

P556,000

b.

P504,000

d.

P600,000

Kazumi, Hisako, and Hikari have capital balances of P30,000, P15,000 and P5,000 respectively. The general partnership agreement is silent as to the manner in which partnership losses are to be allocated but does provide that partnership profits are to be divided as 40:25:35. The partners have decided to dissolve and liquidate the partnership. After paying all creditors, the amount available for distribution is P20,000. All partners are solvent.

45. In the final settlement, Kazumi receives

a. P5,385

c.

P14,615

b. P7,500

d.

P18,000

46. In the final settlement, Hikari receives

a.

P

-0-

c.

P5,500

b.

P5,385

d.

P7,500

Shim Hana, Eun Bomi, Kim Seohyeon, and Go Nari are partners sharing profits and losses in the ratio of 3:4:6:8. Their capital balances are: Hana, P8,000; Bomi, P200,000; Seohyeon, P200,000; Nari, P72,000. The partners decided to liquidate, and they accordingly converted noncash assets into P185,600. After paying liabilities amounting to P24,000, they have P177,600 to divide. Assume that a debit balance of any partner’s capital is uncollectible.

47. The book value of the noncash assets amounts to

a. P201,600

c.

P488,000

b. P363,200

d.

P504,000

Clarise, Teresa, and Amabelle share profits and losses equally. They formed the partnership five years ago with each contributing P250,000 cash. The partners decided to liquidate their partnership on January 3, 2013. On this date, their capital balances are P150,000, P100,000 and P100,000 respectively. They have liabilities of P150,000 and cash in bank of P50,000. The partners received a lump sum offer of P300,000, and all partners agreed. They distributed cash among themselves after paying all liabilities and P15,000 expenses.

48. How much did Clarise receive from the partnership?

a.

P85,000

c.

P100,000

b.

P95,000

d.

P150,000

After operating for five years, the books of the partnership of Vic and Nora showed the following balances:

Net assets P130,000; Vic, Capital P85,000; Nora, Capital P45,000.

49. If liquidation takes place at this point and the net assets are realized at book value, the partners are entitled to

a.

P65,000 and P65,000

b.

P85,000 and P45,000

c.

P90,000 and P40,000

d.

P97,500 and P32,500

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Partners Choi Sulli, Choi Minho, Kim Jiwon, and Lee Hyunwoo who share profits and losses at 30%, 30%, 20%, and 20% respectively decided to liquidate because of substantial losses the company is incurring after efforts of reorganization. Prior to liquidation, the condensed statement of financial position is a follows:

TTBY Partnership Statement of Financial Position December 31, 2013

ASSETS

Cash

P

100,000

Noncash assets

1,800,000

TOTAL ASSETS

P1,900,000

LIABILITIES AND EQUITY

Liabilities Choi Minho, Loan Lee Hyunwoo, Loan Choi Sulli, Capital Choi Minho, Capital Kim Jiwon, Capital Lee Hyunwoo, Capital TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY

P

750,000

60,000

50,000

420,000

315,000

205,000

100,000

P1,900,000

The noncash assets were realized at P800,000. All the partners are solvent, and can contribute additional cash to cover any deficiency.

50. In the process of liquidation, deficiencies will occur and will require additional investment by

a.

Kim Jiwon at P7,500.

b.

Lee Hyunwoo and Kim Jiwon at P50,000 and P7,500 respectively.

c.

Lee Hyunwoo at P50,000.

d.

Choi Sulli and Choic Minho at P45,000 and P3,500 respectively.

e.

None of the given choices.

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