Question 6 Chapter 5 – Unimax Publications of Class 11

Question 6 Chapter 5 – Unimax Publications of Class 11


Question 6 Chapter 5 – Unimax Publications of Class 11

6.Journalise the following transactions in the books of Verma of Delhi:
(i) Paid Rs. 5,000 in cash as wages on installation of machinery.
(ii) Sold goods to Laxman of Delhi at the list price Rs. 20,000 less trade discount 10% add CGST and SGST@6% each, and allowed cash discount 5%. He paid the amount immediately.
(iii) Sold goods costing Rs. 60,000 to Sham of Kolkata issued invoice at 10% above cost less 5% Trade discount plus IGST 12%.
(iv) Goods valued at Rs. 2,500 distributed from stock as samples, as part of an advertising
campaign. These goods were purchased paying CGST and SGST @ 6% each.
(v) Ranjan , a customer, to whom goods were sold, was allowed rebate of Rs. 2,000 because they Were of poor quality. These goods were sold charging CGST and SGST@ 6% each.
(vi)Sold goods costing Rs. 1,00,000 to Vimal of Delhi at a profit of 25% on sales less 20% Trade Discount plus CGST and SGST@ 6% each and paid cartage Rs. 250 (Not to be charged from Customer).

The solution of Question 6 Chapter 5 – Unimax Publications of Class 11:


DateParticulars L.F.DebitCredit
(i)Machinery A/c *Dr. 5,000 
 To Cash A/c   5,000
 (Being the wages paid on installation of a machinery)    
(ii)Cash A/c (WN 1)Dr. 19,152 
 Discount Allowed A/cDr. 1,008 
 To Sales A/c   18,000
 To Output CGST A/c   1,080
 To Output SGST A/c   1,080
 (Being the goods worth 20,000 sold, charged CGST and SGST 6% each, allowed 10% trade discount and 5% Cash discount)    
(iii) Sham A/cDr. 70,224 
 To Sales A/c   62,700
 To Output IGST A/c   7,524
 (Being the goods supplied of 66,000 (i.e., 60,000+ 10% Of 60,000 plus IGST 12%) allowed 5% trade discount (i.e., 66,000- 3,300))    
(iv)Advertisement A/cDr. 2,800 
 To Purchases A/c   2,500
 To Input CGST A/c   150
 To Input SGST A/c   150
 (Being the goods distributed as free samples, Input CGST and Input SGST reversed)    
(v)Rebate A/cDr. 2,000 
 Output CGST A/cDr. 120 
 Output SGST A/cDr. 120 
 To Ranjan A/c   2,240
 (Being the rebate allowed, Output CGST and SGST Reversed)    
(vi)Vimal A/cDr. 1,12,000 
 To Sales A/c   1,00,000
 To Output CGST A/c   6,000
 To Output SGST A/c   6,000
 (Being the goods sold on credit, charging CGST and SGST 6% each)    
 Cartage Outwards A/cDr. 250 
 To Cash A/c   250
 (Being the cartage paid)   

Note: Installation charge is a capital expenditure, thus, is debited to the Machinery Account not paid, it being wages paid, which is not subject to levy of GST.
Working Notes :

1. Sale of Goods to Laxman, Delhi :

Trade discount is not shown separately in the books of account.
List Price20,000
Less : Trade Discount @ 10%2,000
Add: CGST @ 6%1,080
SGST @ 6%1,080
Less : Cash Discount @ 5%1,008
Net Amount19,152

2. Calculation of Sales Price for Transaction (vi)

Cost of Goods Sold1,00,000
Add: Profit (25%)25,000
Less: Trade Discount (20%)25,000
Sale Value1,00,000

End of Solution

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