Question 8: PRACTICAL PROBLEMS Gautam, Viral and Ashwin were Partners sharing profits and losses equally.

Question 8:

PRACTICAL PROBLEMS
 Gautam, Viral and Ashwin were Partners sharing profits and losses equally. Their Balance sheet as on 31st December, 2011 was as follows:
Balance Sheet as on 31st December, 2011
The firm was dissolved due to insolvency of Ashwin and the following was the result.
(i) The realisation of Assets were as follows:
a) The stock was completely damaged and could realise worth Rs 16,500 only.
b) Building was sold for Rs 49,800.
c) Furniture was realised by the firm at Rs 23,100 less than the book value.
d) A Customer who owes Rs 14,400 became insolvent and nothing could be recovered from his private estate.
(ii) Creditors were paid for Rs 36,900 in full settlement and Bank Loan was discharged fully.
(iii) The expenses of realisation Rs 4,100
(iv) Ashwin became insolvent and the firm could recover only Rs 4,000 from his private estate.
Prepare Realisation A/c, Partner’s Capital A/c and cash A/c to close the books of the firm.

Working Notes: 
Calculation of Capital Deficiency. 

Capital Deficiency of Ashwin or Rs. 23,000 brought in by Gautam and Virat in their Profit Sharing Ratio_

Gautam will bring = 23000 x 1/2 = Rs. 11,500
Virat will bring =  23000 x 1/2 = Rs. 11,500