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By Trevor Gambling

A One-Year Accounting direction, half I specializes in the foundations, methodologies, and ways all in favour of the research of accounting.

The e-book first takes a glance on the rules of double-entry book-keeping and components of mechanized accounting. Discussions specialize in punched-card accounting installations, tools of evidence, keyboard accounting desktop, twin point of all buying and selling transactions, money transactions, nominal ledge, and private ledger debts. The textual content then explores capital and profit, ultimate bills, and interpretation of bills. themes comprise balance-sheet ratios, capital place, resources and liabilities, mounted and present resources, valuation of resources, depreciation of mounted resources, inventories of fabrics, and accruals and prepayments.
The book ponders on ancient costing files and costing recommendations, together with basic approach costing, direct or marginal costing, inventory keep an eye on, shops accounting, and minimal shop degrees.

The manuscript is a accountable reference for accountants and researchers attracted to accounting.

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It would be possible to achieve this result by having two programmes, one for debit and the other for credit postings; however, because the operation is otherwise identical, it is quite usual to have both jobs on one panel. This requires the machine to move from position 2 on to 3 and then to 5 for debits and from 2 to 4 and then 5 for credits, and it is brought about by using an alternative motor-bar at position 2; the need for this type of alternative action is the reason for the automatic machine having more than one motor-bar (see Fig.

Separate accounts are kept in the nominal ledger for (1) the assets at cost, (2) provision for depreciation, and (3) vehicles sold. The balance sheet as on 30 June 1964, showed: £ 21,360 13,860 Motor-vehicles at cost Less depreciation £7,500 During the year to 30 June, 1965 vehicles costing £4,120 were purchased and two vehicles were sold, of which the particulars are: Registration number BZB 264 MZT 921 Date of purchase 31 Aug. 1959 15 Mar. 1962 Cost £ 910 2,460 Proceeds of sale £ 165 1,120 The expenditure on the fleet existing on 30 June, 1964, had been incurred as follows: On or before During year ended During year ended During year ended During year ended 30 June, 30 June, 30 June, 30 June, 30 June, 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 £ 7,760 1,920 3,040 5,060 3,580 You are required: (a) to write up the Ledger accounts for the year ended 30 June, 1965, showing the charge for depreciation and the profit or loss on vehicles sold; and (b) to prepare a schedule showing the computation of the depreciation charge.

5: this merely proves the accuracy of the 'pick-up' and not that the correct account has been posted. In position 6 the operator has to re-read the old balance and index it again; this is subtracted from the subtotal used to print the new balance and then the A register automatically totals out in position 7 and the total is added into the B register. If both pick-ups are the same the amount of the total added into the B register will be identical with the posting. The total of the B register should agree with the pre-list and it should be noted that since the A register is totalled in position 7, it is now clear when it returns to position 1 to commence the next posting, on an entirely different account.

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