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ASIF ALI MEMON   03 August 2021

Roof false ceilings get done in office of 175,000 please guide the accounts entry

Roof false ceilings get done in office of 175,000 please guide the accounts entry either record in expenses or assets



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prasad Nilugal

prasad Nilugal   03 August 2021

1) If  office Building is old then  you have  expense  out  Roof  Ceiling  expense  so entry  will be

Roof  Ceiling  Expense     A/c   Dr               175000/-

To Trade Creditors            A/c   Cr                                175000/-

(  Booking  of   roof  ceiling  expense ) 

expense  will be  under  indirect  expense  Profit & Loss Account 

When you make payment

Trade  Creditors       A/c    Dr                 175000/-

To  Bank                 A/c    Cr                                        175000/-

( Payment  of an expense )

 

2)  If  office Building  is new  then you have to add  roof  ceiling  expense in cost of an Asset 

    (  Cost  of  an asset  + Roof  ceiling expense ) = Total  value of an asset

    Entry  will  be

    Asset                      A/c   Dr            

    To Trade Creditors     A/c  Cr                                

  (  purchase of an Asset  )

   

payment  entry

  Trade Creditors          A/c    Dr              

  To Bank                    A/c    Cr                               

  ( Payment  made )  

please reply  your  office  Building  is new  or  old  ?.

  

 

ASIF ALI MEMON

ASIF ALI MEMON   03 August 2021

OFFICE BUIDING IS NEW AND ON RENT

prasad Nilugal

prasad Nilugal   03 August 2021

Then you have to pass first entry , show as an expense to profit and loss account .
prasad Nilugal

prasad Nilugal   03 August 2021

Even if office building is new , its not an asset in your books of accounts , same is on rent and  therefore you have to show an expense . 


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