How to Calculate Balancing Allowance, Balancing Charge & Capital Gain?

How to Calculate Balancing Allowance, Balancing Charge & Capital Gain?

The calculating balancing allowance, balancing charge and capital gain the terms are most import to know every commerce background student.

A balancing allowance is a type of capital allowance which can be given under several of the allowance codes when an asset is disposed of or the business comes to an end.

SI #Cost Price $WDV $Sales Proceeds $AmountComment
A) $ 90,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 50,000.00 $10,000.00  Balancing Allowance
Balancing Allowance

A balancing charge is the opposite of a capital allowance, which reduces the amount of profit you have to pay tax on.

SI #Cost Price $WDV $Sales Proceeds $AmountComment
A) $ 90,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 50,000.00 $10,000.00  Balancing Allowance
B) $ 90,000.00 $ 70,000.00 $ 80,000.00 $(10,000.00)   Balancing Charge, Capital Gain Nill
Balancing Charge

Capital gain is an economic concept defined as the profit earned on the sale of an asset which has increased in value over the holding period.

SI #Cost Price $WDV $Sales Proceeds $AmountComment
A) $ 90,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 50,000.00 $10,000.00  Balancing Allowance
B) $ 90,000.00 $ 70,000.00 $ 80,000.00 $(10,000.00)   Balancing Charge, Capital Gain Nill
C) $ 90,000.00 $ 70,000.00 $100,000.00 $(30,000.00)Balance Charge, Capital Gain $10,000.00 ($100000-$90000)
A)Bank (Sales) $ 50,000.00
Accu. Dep.90000-60000 $ 30,000.00
Loss on Sales $ 10,000.00
Machinery $ 90,000.00
B)Bank (Sales) $ 80,000.00
Accu. Dep.90000-70000 $ 20,000.00
Machinery $ 90,000.00
Gain on Sales $10,000.00
C)Bank (Sales) $100,000.00
Accu. Dep.90000-70000 $ 20,000.00
Machinery $ 90,000.00
Gain on Sales $ 30,000.00
Balancing Charge $30,000.00 but Maximum is $20,000.00

ITP (Income Tax Practitioner) Exam Question and Suggestion

ITP (Income Tax Practitioner) Exam Question and Suggestion

ITP (Income Tax Practitioner) Exam Question and Suggestion is most important to every student who are attained in ITP examination. Today I like to share with you about basic question of Accounting, Bangla & English of ITP examination. The Accounting, Bangla & English question are bellow-

Accounting- i)                   Definition of Accounting, ii)                 Describes the feature of gift, iii)              What is the transaction, iv)                What is the equation of accounting transaction, v)                 What is the double entry system, vi)               What are the procedure of double entry system, vii)            Describe the circle of Accounting, viii)          Describe the  modern procedure of debtors and creditors and also the equation, ix)               What is the meaning of journal, x)                  Definition of journal, xi)               What is the meaning of ledger and it’s definition, xii)             Difference between journal and ledger, xiii)          What is the definition of trail balance, xiv)           Why the trail balance is equal in both side, xv)             What is the meaning of contra entry with double entry, xvi)            What do you mean by final accounts, xvii)        What is the Authorized Capital and Paid up Capital, xviii)      Difference between Share and Stock


Bangla- i)   Bakka Songkochon/Akothai Prokas, ii)   Beporith Shobdha, iii) Ukti, iv)  Karok, v) Pad, vi)  Bachon, vii)  Beram Chinno, Joti Chinno, Chead Chinno, viii)   Sondhi, ix)  Somarthak Shobdha, x)  Latter, xi)   Application, xii)  Vabsomprosaron, xiii) Sarangsho, xiv)  Essay,

English- i)  English to Bengali, ii)   Bengali to English, iii)  Essay, iv)  Paragraph, v)  Letter/Application, vi)               Translation, vii)  Free Writing, viii)  Composition, ix) Grammar (Voice, Narration, Transformation of sentence, Degree)
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Bills of Exchange (BOE) Payment Realized Procedure

Bill Of Exchange

Bills of Exchange (BOE) Payment Realized Procedure is common process against letter of credit (LC). Bills of Exchange is a documentary acceptance payment method. We know every company recovery his credit by the process. Bill of Exchange is a trust worthy transaction to buyer and seller.

Letter of Credit

Below are the simple steps guide of how the payment method works:

  1. Supplier submits BOE, along with original payment documents to their bank.
  2. Suppliers bank submits BOE, and copy payment documents to Buyers Bank.
  3. Buyers bank submit BOE, and copy payment documents to Buyer for approval.
  4. Buyer approve BOE, on standard terms As sight/60/90 days.
  5. Buyer bank informs the suppliers bank that Buyer have accepted the BOE on standard terms.
  6. Suppliers bank release payment documentation including Bill of Lading to Buyer.
  7. On due date Buyer bank takes the money out of Buyer account and pays to the suppliers bank.

Accounting Treatment of Export LC | Accounting Treatment of Sales Contract

RMG Life Information

Accounting Treatment of Export LC is given form Buyers. Its very important to how will you enter the entry in our software/general ledger/manually. If you are responsible to maintain the RMG accounts. So obviously have to maintain to proper Accounting treatment the Export LC is given form buyer. 
Example: Date- 01/01/2016 H&M Submit the order to BCL 5000Pcs @ $4.50 & also confirm the Export LC by bank $22,500.00. after given the order BCL Export the order 3500Pcs date-05/05/2016 after receiving the goods H&M send the T.T/Bill of Exchange by the bank date- 15/05/2016, $15,750.00 and the T.T/Bill of Exchange amount has realized end of the month. The accounting treatment as below:-

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ParticularsAmount $Amount $
a) Export LC given from Buyer-
Assets (Debtors)H&M Buyer A/C (Export LC)Dr.       22,500.00
LiabilitiesUnearned Export R/V A/C Cr.       22,500.00
b) Goods Export to Buyer-
LiabilitiesUnearned Export R/V A/CDr.       15,750.00
IncomeExport R/V A/CCr.       15,750.00
c) T.T/Bill of Exchange Received from Buyer-
AssetsBill Receivable A/C (T.T)Dr.        15,750.00
Assets (Debtors)H&M Buyer A/C (Export LC)Cr.       15,750.00
d) Realized the amount by the bank-
AssetsBank A/CDr.        15,750.00
AssetsBill Receivable A/C (T.T)Cr.        15,750.00
Equation AssetsLiabilities+Income
Si #H&MBill ReceivableBank=Unearned Export R/VExport R/V
a)    22,500.00     22,500.00
b)   (15,750.00)   15,750.00
c)  (15,750.00)    15,750.00
d)  (15,750.00)   15,750.00
Total       6,750.00                    –     15,750.00        6,750.00   15,750.00
Accounting Equation

Advance Payment to Supplier With VAT & Tax Accounting Journal Entries

RMG Life Information

Advance Payment to Supplier With VAT & Tax Accounting Journal Entries is the best way to maintain the creditors account. The entry now is to debit the Advance to supplier account which is under current assets & credit the account by the name of supplier, close the Advances to supplier account by crediting When the bill or invoice is received, and record the cash or bank payment for the balance which is by crediting the Cash or bank account.

The below correct journal entry is good for better understanding of preparing financial statement.

Example: Purchase Air Conditioner (AC) from MK Electronic Tk. 53,750.00 in advance with 7.5% VAT & 2% TDS.

Few others accountant are maintain the treatment with the easy way of below journal entries.

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