By Anthony Rice
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This stock had not been delivered by the balance sheet date. Clearly, the cash box goes down again by £8,000 since SBL actually paid out this much cash. What, though, is the other entry? Are the shareholders richer or poorer as a result of this transaction? The answer is no, because, although SBL has paid out £8,000 in cash, the company is owed £8,000 worth of stock. This is an asset to SBL. Thus we create a new box on the assets bar called prepayments with a height of £8,000. This says that the company is owed goods with a value of £8,000.
This was paid in cash so the cash box goes down again by £1,000, and once again it is the poor old shareholder who suffers: retained profit goes down by £1,000. 11 As we have already seen, in the course of the year, Sarah sold stock for £30,000 to be paid for at a later date. We accounted for this in Transaction 7. Later in the year, she actually collected £15,000 of the £30,000 owed by her customers. The entries for this transaction are very straightforward. The cash box goes up by £15,000 and the trade debtors box down by £15,000.
To account for this transaction, we create a box on the assets bar called cash with a height of £10,000 and another box on the claims bar called share capital, also with a height of £10,000. This is SBL’s balance sheet immediately after completion of this transaction. 2 22 Assets Claims C R E AT I N G A B A L A N C E S H E E T SBL needed more cash than Sarah could afford to invest herself, so she persuaded her parents to lend the company £10,000. Immediately before this transaction, the balance sheet looks as it did immediately after the last transaction (with £10,000 of cash and £10,000 of share capital).
Accounts Demystified: How to Understand Financial Accounting and Analysis by Anthony Rice