# question of cash flow statement

pallav (still a learner....) (938 Points)

09 June 2009

please anyone solve this problem and help me........

Ashish M (Chartered Accountant) (2726 Points)
Replied 09 June 2009

pls find the excel sheet solution attached.............

senthil (student) (116 Points)
Replied 09 June 2009

 Can You Give this in .xls format.. i am having only office 2003.   Originally posted by :pallav " please anyone solve this problem and help me........ "

Ashish M (Chartered Accountant) (2726 Points)
Replied 14 June 2009

pls find .xls format file attached.

senthil (student) (116 Points)
Replied 16 June 2009

Thanks ashish.. i got the answer but i took investments in investment activity.. can you please explain the depreciation fund calculation..

regards

senthil

Ashish M (Chartered Accountant) (2726 Points)
Replied 22 June 2009

SINCE THESE ARE TEMPORARY INVESTMENTS, IT SHOULD COME UNDER CURRENT ASSETS. YOU CAN ALTERNATIVELY TAKE IT UNDER INVESTMENT ACTIVITY, THE RESULT WOULD BE SAME. BUT UNDER INVESTMENT ACTIVITY, LONG TERM INVESTMENTS COME.......

IN DEPRECIATION FUND A/C, THE AMOUNT OF Rs. 8000 is transferred to the machinery account as an accumulated amount of depreciaion on the machinery sold. The opening and closing bal. is given, the balance amount is depreciation for the current yr. consequently the loss of Rs.2000 is tranf. to P & L A/c. The balance of Rs. 7000 is assumed to be that of machinery sold.

jaishree kumari (student) (30 Points)
Replied 12 July 2013

plz solve this .......urgent.
a company manufactures and sell a product, the price is controlled by government .raw material required for this product is also made available @ fixed controlled price .the following figures hv been called for the previous two accounting year  of company
year 1              year 2

qnty sold(tonnes)     1,26000              1,44000

price pre tonne       rs 185              rs 185
rs in thousands

sales value          23,310             26,640

raw material          11340             12960

direct labour         1,512             1,872
factory
and selling expenses  9702               11232

profit               756                 576
during yr 2 direct labour is increased by 8% ,increase in factory admin and
selling expenses were rs 8,10,000 on account of factor other than the
increased quantities produced and sold.

the managing director desires to know what quantity if they had produced and

sold would hv given the company the same net profit per tonne in yr 2 as it is earned during year 1.advise me.

Trapti Agrawal (Student) (22 Points)
Replied 14 July 2019

Can you please send me the ans to this question

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