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Carriage paid on sale of goods 2, Paid wages 12, 11 th June: Paid to Veeru by cheque 15, 5 th May: Cash taken by proprietor for personal use 3, 9 th May: Charan vide voucher no: Sold goods to Utsav for cash 6, 21 st April: Veeru vide returns bill no: Tarun vide invoice no: Nirmal has the following transactions in the month of April.
Bijju by cheque 10, 20 th June: Write Journal Entries for the transactions. Journal – Problems and Solutions.
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Bought computer from Intel Computers for 25, 28 th April: Cheque received from Pranav 15, 6 th May: Interest received from Mr.
Paid salary to Mr. Bought Goods from Shyam on credit 12, 17 th April: Carriage paid on purchase of goods 3, 22 nd June: Cash deposited into bank 60, 4 th May: Tarun vide returns bill no: Bought furniture for proprietor’s residence and paid cash 10, Loan given to Bhuvan 20, 4 th May: This is just a convention and not a rule.
Withdrew from bank 5, 7 th May: Mody vide receipt no: Paid cash to Veeru 20, 5 th May: Mody 8, 19 th June: Withdrew accountihg bank for office use 8, 7 th May: Goods taken accounting journal entries problems and solutions pdf download the proprietor for personal use 1, 26 th April: Bought Land for 50, 27 th April: Veeru on credit vide bill no: Goods returned from Tarun 1, 25 th April: Bought furniture and paid by cheque 15, 9 th May: Paid to Anush by cheque on loan account 5, 9 th May: