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the books of deven verma could not be tallied.the accountant transferred the difference of Rs.1270 in the suspense account on the debit side the following mistakes were found later on.rectify these errors by passing journal entries and prepare suspense account. a.the purchase of Rs.400 from saran was entered into sales book but saran''s personal account was rightly credited. b.sales of Rs.430 to ramdas were credited in his account Rs.340. c.sales of old furniture of Rs.540 was credited to sales account as Rs.450. d.goods worth Rs.100 were taken by the propritor which was not recored. e.sales of Rs.296 to kishan were entered in sales book as Rs.269. f.Balance of sales return book Rs.210 was not include in the account.
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