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DATE AMOUNT
2003
April 5 R2 160
17 R3 220
25 R1 736
  • Duplicates of bank deposit slips
DATE AMOUNT
2003
April 1 R105 000
5 R 2 160
7 R 6 960
14 R 300
17 R 7 040
21 R 7 820
25 R 1 736
28 R 2 190
  • Cheque counterfoils
DATE PAYEE REASON FOR PAYMENT AMOUNT
2003
April 2 Perfectum Builders Building purchased R80 000
3 Stylish Equipment Equipment purchased R 4 500
4 Cash For change R 180
Caro Ltd. For materials purchased R 2 675
7 Cash For wages R 560
10 Trust Brokers For insurance premium R 600
14 Cash For wages R 560
Zy Wholesalers Goods purchased for cash R 5 950
Stationery purchased for cash R 180
16 Larnie Furnishers Paid amount owing R 3 760
17 Caro Ltd. Materials purchased R 2 896
Cash For wages R 560
Wesco Distributors For goods purchased R 3 875
28 Cash For wages R 560
30 J Henning Manager’s salary R 2 110
Bengo Wholesalers Amount owing to date
  • Original invoices received from providers
DATE PURCHASED FROM ITEMS/SERVICES AMOUNT
2003
April 3 Larnie Furnishers Equipment R 3 760
5 Bengo Wholesalers Goods R 8 844
6 Willow Suppliers Materials R 2 500
7 Pen and Paper Stationery R 228
9 Bengo Wholesalers Goods R 4 750
15 Toledo Motors Delivery vehicle R28 660
17 Willow Suppliers Materials R 420
Goods R 3 000
19 Pen and Paper Stationery R 106
26 Bengo Wholesalers Trading stock R 1 400
  • Duplicates of invoices issued for goods sold on credit
DATE SOLD TO AMOUNT COST PRICE
2003
April 4 V Jansen R660 R495
10 D Coetzee R890 R712
13 G Ferreira R260 R128
16 D Coetzee R106 R 84
17 V Jansen R246 R184
26 G Ferreira R340 R272

DEBTORS JOURNAL OF HATTING DEALERS – APRIL 2003 DJ 3.7.1

In-voice Day Debtors Fol. Sales Selling costs

CASH RECEIPTS JOURNAL OF HATTING DEALERS - APRIL 2003 CRJ 3.7.1

Doc. Day Details Fol. Analysis Bank Sales Selling costs Current income Debtors Control
Sundries accounts
Amount Fol. Details

CREDITORS JOURNAL OF HATTING DEALERS – APRIL 2003 CJ 3.7.1

In-voice Day Creditors Creditors control Trading inventory Stationery Cost of materials
Sundries accounts
Amount Fol. Details

CASH PAYMENTS JOURNAL OF HATTING DEALERS - APRIL 2003 CPJ 3.7.1

Doc. Day Name of beneficiary Fol. Bank Trading inventory Cost of materials Wages Creditors control
Sundries accounts
Amount Fol. Details

Asessment

Learning Outcomes(LOs)
LO 3
MANAGERIAL, Consumer and Financial Knowledge and SkillsThe learner will be able to demonstrate knowledge and the ability to apply responsibly a range of managerial, consumer and financial skills.
Assessment Standards(ASs)
We know this if the learner :
3.1 completes a basic income statement and balance sheet for a service and retail business;
3.2 investigates the public relations, social responsibility and environmental responsibility strategies and actions of different businesses and organisations;
3.3 completes cash and credit transactions in the books of service and retail businesses;
3.4 uses keyboard skills and function keys in developing, storing, retrieving and editing business documentation;
3.5 analyses financial statements for decision-making at a basic level;
3.6 differentiates between the forms of credit purchases.

Memorandum

ACTIVITY 1

ASSIGNMENT 1

TRIAL BALANCE OF ENSLIN DEALERS AS AT 30 NOVEMBER 2003

Dt. Cr.
Balance Sheet section
Capital B1 30 000
Withdrawals B2 100
Vehicles B3 7 800
Equipment B4 4 640
Trading inventory B5 2 710
Debtors control B6 2 750
Bank B7 21 345
Creditors control B8 11 253
Nominal Accounts section
Sales N1 6 500
Cost price of sales N2 4 960
Wages N3 300
Stationery N4 652
Telephone N5 135
Packaging material N6 1 740
Repairs N7 621
Totals 47 753 47 753

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what is monopoli power
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the situation that prevails when economic forces balance so that economic variables neither increase nor decrease
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salihu Reply
Economics is important because it helps people understand how a variety of factors work with and against each other to control how resources such as labor and capital get used, and how inflation, supply, demand, interest rates and other factors determine how much you pay for goods and services.
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Humaira
the proces of using the services of labor and equipmnt together with other in puts to make goods and services availble
Bombey
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A firm is a business entity which engages in the production of goods and aimed at making profit.
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Elacisity
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Demand refers to the quantity of products that consumers are willing to purchase at various prices per time while Supply has to do with the quantity of products suppliers are willing to supply at various prices per time. find the difference in between
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