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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

FAC1601: FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING REPORTING 1 (MODULE 2)
MEMORANDUM TO EXAMINATION PAPER: OCTOBER 2011

Mr MT Hlongoane
Mrs FM Osman
Mr A Eysele
Mr RN Ngcobo
Mrs B Ntoyanto-Ceki
Module Telephone Number: 012 429 4176
fac1601@unisa.ac.za

QUESTION 1 (24 marks)

STATEMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 AUGUST 2011^
R
Revenue^ R(536 820^ 2 000^)
534 820
Cost of sales ^
(277 330)
Purchases R(302 530^ 2 400^)
300 130
Delivery expenses on purchases
5 280
305 410
Inventory (31 August 2011)
(28 080)
Gross profit^
257 490
Other income
3 575
Credit losses recovered
3 000
Profit on sale of equipment R1 500^ R[15 000^ (14 000^ + 75^)]
575
( 213 850)
Salaries and wages R[123 600^ (36 000^ + 38 000^)]
^49 600
Depreciation R(14 250^ + 1 875^+ 75^^ + 28 800)
(6) 45 000
Water and electricity R(41 160^ 10 400^)
30 760
Advertising expenses R10 400^ R(10 400^ 13 months^)
^9 600
Property rates
^17 010
General expenses
^38 720
Telephone expenses
^23 160
Finance costs
(6 480)
Interest on long-term loan R(108 000^ x 12%^) x 6/12^
^6 480
Profit for the year^
40 735
Other comprehensive income for the year^
Total comprehensive income for the year^
40 735
Calculations:

Depreciation:
Equipment:
Old equipment:
New equipment:
Disposed equipment:
Vehicles:

R[(130 000^ 25 000^) (24 000^ 14 000^)] x 15%^ = R14 250

R25 000^ x 15%^ x 6/12^ = R1 875
R75^^ Given
R144 000^ x 20%^ = R28 800

QUESTION 2 (18 marks)

ZIMBABWE CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS
GENERAL LEDGER (SUMMARISED IN COLUMNAR FORMAT)
Assets

Balance at the commencement of liquidation:

Loan: Morgan
Insurance policy
Sale of furniture and equipment
Settlement of liabilities

R
^407 000

(84 000)
^(130 000)
193 000

R(202 000^ + 100 000^ + 105 000^) = R407 000

R(80 000^ + 12 000^) = R92 000
R[130 000^ + R(20 000^ x 5/10^)] = R140 000
R[100 000^ + R(20 000^ x 3/10^)] = R106 000
R[80 000^ + R(20 000^ x 2/10^)] = R84 000
R(105 000^ x 80%^) = R84 000
R(84 000^ x 90^%) = R75 600

Bank

Liabilities

Capital:
Bob

Capital
Morgan

Capital:
Arthur

R
R
R
R
R
^15 000 (92 000) ^ (140 000) ^(106 000) ^ (84 000)
^12 000
^(12 000)
(12 500)
(7 500)
(5 000)
^25 000
4 200
2 520
1 680
75 600
^130 000
^ (80 000)
^80 000
165 600
(148 300)
(122 980)
(87 320)

3.1

Retained earnings as at 28 February 2011:

Other income:
Dividend income R0,20^ x 50 000^ shares
Gain on financial assets at fair value through profit or loss: Held for trading:
Interest income: Loans and receivables: Loans to member R(70 500^ x 10%^ x 2/12^)
Expenses:
Credit losses
Interest on loan from member
Profit before tax
Income tax expense
Total comprehensive income for the year
Distribution to members R(42 000^ + 44 800^)
Retained earnings for the year
Retained earnings 1 March 2010
Retained earnings 28 February 2011

R
498 900
61 175
10 000
50 000
^ 1 175
(10 204)
2 700
7 504
549 871
(126 500)
423 371
(86 800)
336 571
^ 472 000
808 571
(8)

3.2
EFFICIENCY CONSULTANTS CC ^
STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION AS AT 28 FEBRUARY 2011 ^
R
ASSETS
Non-current assets
Property, plant and equipment R(747 000^ + 120 000^ 24 000^)
Financial assets
Current assets
Inventories
R[(35 600 ^ 3 000 ^ - 4 700 ^^ 1 500 ^) + 10 000 ^
Other financial assets R(250 000 ^^ + 70 500 ^ + 1 175 ^^)
Prepayments
Cash and cash equivalents R(48 100 ^ + 2 800 ^)
Total assets ^
EQUITY AND LIABILITIES
Total equity
Members contributions R(120 000 ^ + 95 000 ^)
Retained earnings
Total liabilities
Non-current liabilities
Long-term borrowings R[232 000^ + R(44 800^^ x 50%^)]
Current liabilities
Trade and other payables R(25 100 ^ + 7 504 ^)
Distribution to members payable R(44 800 ^ x 50% ^)
Current portion of loans from members
Current tax payable R(126 500 ^ 116 600 ^)
Total equity and liabilities ^

938 000
^843 000
95 000
513 335
99 312
36 400
^321 675
5 048
50 900
1 451 335

1 023 571
215 000
^808 571
427 764
254 400
254 400
173 364
^14 660
32 604
22 400
93 800
9 900
1 451 335
(21)


QUESTION 4 (20 marks)

FLEETWOOD CC ^
STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 AUGUST 2011 ^
R
CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES
Cash receipt from customers R594 124 + R(13 600 ^ 6 800 ^)
Cash paid to suppliers and employees
Interest expense
Income tax paid R(27 200 ^ + 136 816 ^ 40 800 ^)
Distribution to members paid R(73 400 ^ 51 000 ^)
Acquisition of financial asset at fair value through profit or loss: Held for
Repayment of loans and receivables: Loan to member R(49 500 ^ 35 000^)
Net cash from operating activities ^
CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES
Investments in property, plant and equipment to expand operating capacity
Improvement of land and buildings R(665 000 450 500)
Acquisition of loans and receivables: Fixed deposit
Net cash used in investing activities
CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES
Proceeds from members contributions R(833 000 45 000) R730 400
Proceeds from long-term borrowing

600 924
(269 414)
331 510
10 200
(8 500)
(123 216)
(22 400)

R
(4)
(4)

(60 000) ^
14 500 ^
142 094

(214 500)
(33 020)
(58 000)
(305 520)
57 600
51 000
108 600
(54 826)
170 000
115 174

Net decrease in cash and cash equivalents

Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of year
Cash and cash equivalent at end of year
Calculations:

R[(62 500 ^ + 599 760 ^ 63 126 ^) (3 000 ^ + 5 700 ^ 3 700 ^)] = R594 124
R[(45 520 ^ + 294 440 ^ 90 080 ^) + R(34 334 ^ 10 400 ^ 4 400 ^)] = R269 414
R(280 500 ^ 20 320 ^ + 34 260 ^) = R294 440

QUESTION 5 (9 marks)

5.1

5.2

Future value of investment:

Factor as per table:

8% ^^ 4 ^ = 2%
2% ^ over 16 ^ periods
1.373

Present value of an annuity:

R(35 700 ^ 13 730 ^) = R21 970
Factor as per table:

12% ^ 2 ^ = 6%
6% over 8 ^ periods
9.897

Present value of the annuity:

R21 970 ^ 9.897 ^ = R2 219.86
Amount to be invested monthly: R2 219.86 6 months^
R369.98