Principles of Accounting: Non-Profits Example: Statement of Financial Position

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Principles of Accounting: Non-Profits Example: Statement of Financial Position

ZIMSEC O Level Principles of Accounting: Accounting for non profit organisations Example

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  • First we need to ascertain the Accumulated Funds balance at the beginning of the ear

Statement of Affairs as at 1 January 20×8

$$
Clubhouse buildings12 500
Snack bar stock800
Cash at bank200

13 500

Accumulated Fund

13 500

Lake Chivero Statement of Affairs  as at 31 December 20×8

$$
Non-current Assets
Clubhouse buildings20 500
Games and Equipment2 000
Less Depreciation

(400)

1 600

22 100
Current Assets
Snack bar stock900
Cash at Bank

700

1 600
Current Liabilities
Prepaid subscription

380

1 220

17 820

Financed by:
Accumulated Fund (A)13 500
Surplus for the period

4 320

17 820

NB:

  • Subscriptions for 20×9 are essentially a prepaid income which is a current liability
  • Expenditure of $8 000 towards extension should be treated as capital expenditure

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