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E. it will have depreciated. This effectively means that the shareholders have become poorer because, if all the assets were sold off, there would be less cash for the shareholders. In other words, there is a cost to the shareholders of Sarah using the car. Under the matching principle we need to allow for this cost in the accounts. 44 C R E AT I N G A B A L A N C E S H E E T The way we do this is as follows: ● We put the asset on the balance sheet initially at the price the company paid for it (as we did in Transaction 3).
One of the benefits of looking at a balance sheet in this simple way is that we can display it as a chart, which will make it a lot easier to see what’s going on when we start building up SBL’s balance sheet. 1] consists of two bars, each of which consists of a number of boxes. These should be interpreted as follows: ● The height of each box is the value of the relevant asset or liability. ● The assets bar (the left-hand bar) has all the assets of the company 11 ACCOUNTS DEMYSTIFIED stacked on top of one another.
44 C R E AT I N G A B A L A N C E S H E E T The way we do this is as follows: ● We put the asset on the balance sheet initially at the price the company paid for it (as we did in Transaction 3). ● We then decide what we think the useful life of the asset is. e. we depreciate it). In SBL’s case, assume the car has a useful life of three years. e. it will have gone down from £9,000 to £6,000. We therefore reduce the fixed assets box by this amount. If an asset has lost some value, the shareholders must have become poorer, so again we reduce the retained profit by £3,000.