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Of the goods that are sold in, say 1962, most will have been purchased during that year. Some, however, were purchased in earUer years and were in stock at the beginning of 1962. Again some of the goods purchased in 1962 will not be sold until the following year. They are in stock at the end of 1962. We can formulate the equation: The Cost of Goods Sold = Stock at the Beginning of the Year + Purchases during the year — Stock at the End of the Year. Note that this equation is only correct when the goods are consistently valued at the same (Cost) prices.

We may well have doubts. The previous statement was clear and adequate. We recast it into the form of an account because, as an account, it fits into the Double Entry System from where we collected the data for its preparation. We find the total of Sales and the totals of the various expenses in the Nominal Accounts. The entries in the Trading and Profit & Loss Account have corresponding entries in the Nominal Accounts. Indeed we can put it another way and say that we close the Nominal Accounts by transferring the balances to the Trading and Profit & Loss Account.

1961 Api. Insurance Account £ 1961 1 To Cash, Fire Insce. Sept. 30 Year to 31st March 1962 60 £60 Oct. 1 To Amount Prepaid b/d 30 Cr. £ By Amount Prepaid c/d „ P. «& L. A/c 30 30 £60 36 A C C O U N T I N G P R I N C I P L E S AND P R A C T I C E The correct charge for the half year is made in the Profit & Loss Account and in the Balance Sheet there is entered an asset: Prepayment £30. EXAMPLE 9 Write up the Rent, Rates and Insurance Account for the year ended 31st December, 1962 from the following information: On 1st January, 1962 the rent for the quarter to 31st December, 1961 was owing.

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