Prepare a statement of financial position, Financial Management

Brown has been in business for some years and has kept her drawings slightly below the level of profits each year. You are her accountant, and she has passed you the following list of balances at 31 December 20X1:

RM'000

Capital at 1 Jan 20X1                                                                                    390

Drawings                                                                                                     28

Trade receivables                                                                                         396

Trade payables                                                                                            104

Sales revenue                                                                                              1,626

Purchases                                                                                                   1,032

Returns inwards                                                                                            94

Discounts allowed                                                                                          8

Discount Received                                                                                         46

Plant at cost                                                                                                166

Plant depreciation at 1 Jan 20X1                                                                      26

Office equipment at cost                                                                                62

Office equipment depreciation at 1 Jan 20X1                                                      16

Administration costs                                                                                      76

Salaries                                                                                                       88

Motor expenses                                                                                            54

Loan from a friend, repayable in six months time                                                 50

Bank                                                                                                          100

Bad debts written off                                                                                    154

On 1 January 20X1, she brought her personal computer, valued at RM4,000, from home into the office. No entries have been made for this.

You are also given the following information at 31 December 20X1:

Depreciation on plant is charged at 10% per annum on cost. Depreciation on computer & equipment is charged at 20% per annum on the net book value at the year end.

Required:

(a) Prepare an Income statement for the year ended 31 December 20X1.

(b) Prepare a Statement of financial position at 31 December 20X1.

 

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