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Asked in Financial Statements
What is the difference between capital receipts and revenue receipts?
Asked in Financial Statements
What is the capital receipts and revenue receipts?
REVENUE RECEIPTS * Receipts related to NORMAL ACTIVITIES of the business * Credited as revenue to Trading and Profit & Loss Account * Examples: receipts from sales of goods and services, rent, commission and interest on bank deposits received by the business CAPITAL RECEIPTS * Receipts derived from activities which are not part of the normal trading activities of the business * Appears as capital or liabilities in the Balance Sheet * Examples: receipts of cash brought in by partners, shareholders, debenture holders and bank loans
Difference between income and expenditure account and p and l account?
Differences Between Receipts And Payments Account And Income And Expenditure Account The following are the main differences between receipts and payments account and income and expenditure account: 1. Nature Receipts and payments account is a summary of cash transactions for a period and it is a real account. Income and expenditure account is a summary of expenditure and income like trading and profit and loss account and it is a nominal account. 2. Objective Receipts and payments account is prepared to show cash and bank receipts and payments during the period to derive closing balance of cash and bank. Income and expenditure account is prepared to show the net result of the operation during the period to derive surplus or deficit. 3. Recording All cash and cheque receipts are recorded on debit side of receipts and payments account where as all cash and bank payments are recorded on credit side. In income and expenditure account all expenditure of revenue nature are recorded on debit side and all incomes of revenue nature are recorded on credit side. 4. Capital And Revenue Items There is no distinction between capital and revenue receipts and payments in receipts and payments account. All expenses and incomes of revenue nature are recorded on accrual basis in income and expenditure account. 5. Contents Receipts and payments account contains only cash and bank transactions. Income and expenditure account contains both cash and non-cash expenses and incomes of revenue nature. 6. Balance Sheet Requirement Receipts and payments account is not required to prepare balance sheet. Income and expenditure account is required to prepare balance sheet. 7. Adjustments No adjustments are required in receipts and payments account. In income and expenditure account adjustments are made because it is prepared on accrual basis.
What is the difference between cash receipts and revenue?
Asked in Business Taxes, Financial Statements
What is revenue receipts?
It is revenue without any liability. Revenue receipts of government includes earning from tax incomes(like corporation tax, income tax, custom) and non tax income(like interest from bond, dividend from PSU). where as capital receipt include borrowing of the government like market loan and short term borrowing. The regular income from day to day business activities in a business is revenue receipts. For example,of revenue income are income for sales,interest,rent,commission,discount etc
What entries can properly close a temporary account debit income summary credit?
Standard closing entries: Close Revenue accounts to Income Summary by debiting Revenue and crediting Income Summary. Close Expense accounts to Income Summary by debiting Income Summary and crediting Expense accounts. Close Income Summary to Capital account by debiting Income Summary and crediting Capital account. Close Withdrawals account to Capital account by debiting Capital account and crediting Withdrawals account.
How does marginal revenue and marginal utility relate to capital?
How does an increase in revenue affect working capital?
Asked in Economics, Business Accounting and Bookkeeping, Financial Statements, The Difference Between
What is capital revenue?
Capital Revenue Proceeds from the sale of non-financial capital assets, including land, intangible assets, stocks, and fixed capital assets of buildings, construction, and equipment of more than a minimum value and usable for more than one year in the process of production, and receipts of unrequited transfers for capital purposes from non-governmental sources. http://www.treasuryota.us/ust100/lessons/glossary.htm
Distinguish between capital and revenue expenditure?
Asked in Business & Finance
What is partner's capital account?
The partner's capital account is similar to the owner's equity account in a sole proprietorship. It is also similar to shareholder's equity account on a corporation's balance sheet. It is the different between assets and liabilities in a company. Meaning the sum of partner's investment + revenue - expenses.
Asked in Liability Insurance
What is the difference between gross sales and gross receipts as far as an audit is concerned?
GROSS RECEIPTS is the total amount received prior to the deduction of any allowances, discounts, credits, etc. GROSS REVENUE is income (at invoice values) received for goods and services over some given period of time. GROSS SALES is the total revenue at invoice value prior to any discounts or allowances. Gross Receipts = Gross Revenue = Gross Receipts They are all the same thing, which is the total amount of revenue that a business generates during a year prior to taking any discounts, allowances, etc. Gross Sales - COGS = Gross Profit Gross Receipts - COGS = Gross Profit Gross Revenue - COGS = Gross Profit
Sales is an asset or liability?
there are Five basic account heads in accounting, which are given below: Assets Liabilities Capital (Owners Equity) Expense Revenue and sales belongs to Revenue. If looking at the Accounting equation: Assets = Liabilities + Owners Equity. Capital, Expense and Revenue are all sub categories of Owners Equity. If sales is revenue then it would fall under Owners Equity.
Asked in Business & Finance, Budgeting and Forecasting, Commercial Bank and Checking Accounts, Financial Statements
What is revenue budget?
Asked in Business Accounting and Bookkeeping
Does a revenue account normally have a debit balance?