3.stJanuary 2003, Kamwela Ltd bought Shs. 40,000 6% government stock at Shs. 90, the cheque of Shs. 36,800 paid being Shs. 36,000 for the stock and Shs. 800 for brokerage charges. Interest is received each year on 31stMarch, 30thJune, 30thSeptember and 31stDecember.
On 1stFebruary 2004, Shs. 10,000 nominal value of the stock was sold cum. div, the net proceeds being Shs. 9,500.
On 1stFebruary 2004, shs 20,000 nominal value was bought ex. div, net proceeds after brokerage being Shs. 17,100.
On 1stFebruary 2005 Shs. 50,000 nominal value was bought cum. div, the cost including brokerage being Shs. 43,700.
Prepare the investment account in Kamwela's books for the financial years ended 2003, 2004 and 2005.
Each machine was estimated to last for 10 years and to have a residual value of 5% of its cost price. Depreciation was by equal installments and it is a company policy to charge depreciation for every month an asset is owned.
5.stJanuary, 2009 with a head office and one branch. All goods are purchased by head office and goods sent to the branch are invoiced at a fixed selling price of 25% above cost. All sales, both by the head office and the branch, were fixed at the fixed selling price.
The following information relates to head office and branch for the year ended 31stDecember 2009.
(i)in transit from the branch to the head office at 31stDecember 2009, Shs. 1,000.
(ii)stDecember 2009 were extracted no entries had been made in the books of the branch for goods in transit on the date, from the head office to the branch, Shs. 920.
(iii)stDecember stock shortages of Shs. 300 at selling price was found at the branch.