Capital initial investment, Cost Accounting

Now along with the illustration of Ramsons at hand, this is not tough for us to understand that Ramsons have invested the 'money to make money'. Where has Ramsons invested the money? This is easy to answer this question as the balance sheet of the business tells us what every thing Ramsons has done along with the money. See the first balance sheet and you will deter mind Ramsons has fixed assets facilities and show room, inventory as goods or merchandise that he has purchsed for resale and several cash for meeting expenses and personal requirements. It is how Ramsons have invested the capital to begin with.

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