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CBSE Test Paper 01
Ch-11 Cash Flow Statement


  1. The various activities operating, investing and financing classified as per ___related to cash flow statement
    1. AS – 5(revised)
    2. AS – 4(revised)
    3. AS – 6(revised)
    4. AS – 3(revised)
  2. Dividend Received is concerned with_________.
    1. Operating Activities
    2. None of these
    3. Financing Activities
    4. Investing Activities
  3. ‘Vinod Ltd.’ is carrying on a paper manufacturing business. In the current year, it purchased machinery for Rs.30,00,000; it paid salaries of Rs. 60,000 to its employees; it required funds for expansion and therefore, issued shares of Rs. 20,00,000. It earned a profit of Rs. 9,00,000 for the current year. Find out cash flows from operating activities.
    1. 9,00,000
    2. 8,00,000
    3. 20,00,000
    4. 8,60,000
  4. Cash Flow Statement is also known as
    1. None of these
    2. ‘Statement of Changes in Financial Position on Cash basis’ and ‘Statement accounting for variation in cash’
    3. Statement of Changes in Financial Position on Cash basis
    4. Statement accounting for variation in cash
  5. Dividend Received is considered as operating activity when______.
    1. Received by a manufacturing company
    2. Received by a Trading Company.
    3. Received by any company.
    4. Received by a finance company
  6. What is the difference between operating activity and investing activity?
  7. Give the meaning of Cash Flow.

  8. Give two examples of Cash Equivalents.

  9. “An enterprise may hold securities and loans for dealing or trading purpose in which they are similar to inventory acquired specifically for resale.” Is this statement correct? Cash flows from such activities will be classified under which type of activity while preparing cash flow statement?

  10. Interest received on debentures would result into inflow, outflow’ or no flow of cash? Give reason.

  11. Give any five transactions belong to operating and investing activities.

  12. Classify the following into Cash Flows from-
    Operating Activities; Investing Activities; Financing Activities.

    1. Cash sale of goods in cash
    2. Cash payment to acquire fixed assets
    3. Cash payments from issuing shares at a premium
    4. Payment of dividend
    5. Interest received on Investment
    6. Interest Paid on debentures
    7. payment of income tax
    8. Cash repayment of long term loans
    9. Cash payment of salaries and wages to employees
  13. A company had following balances
    investment in the beginning = 34000
    investment at the end = 28000
    during the year, company sold 40% of its investments held in the beginning of the period at a profit of 8400. calculate cash flow form investing activity.

  14. Following is the balance sheet of Rs Ltd as at 31st March, 2016.

    ParticularsNote No.31st March, 2016 Amt (Rs)31st March,2015 Amt (Rs)
    1.EQUITY AND LIABILITIES
    1.Shareholders’ Funds
    (a) Share Capital9,00,0007,00,000
    (b) Reserves and Surplus12,50,0001,00,000
    2.Non-current Liabilities
    Long-term Borrowings24,50,0003,50,000
    3.Current Liabilities
    (a)Short-term Borrowings31,50,00075,000
    (b)Short-term Provisions42,00,0001,25,000
    Total19,50,00013,50,000
    2ASSETS
    1.Non-current Assets
    (a)Fixed Assets
    (i)Tangible514,65,0009,15,000
    (ii)Intangible61,00,0001,50,000
    (b) Non-current Investments1,50,0001,00,000
    2.Current Assets
    (a)Current Investments40,00070,000
    (b)Inventories71,22,00072,000
    (c)Cash and Cash Equivalents73,00043,000
    Total19,50,00013,50,000

    Note to Accounts

    Note No.Particulars31st March,2016 Amt (Rs)31st March,2015 Amt (Rs)
    1.Reserves and Surplus
    (Surplus i.e., Balance in the Statement of Profit and Loss)
    2,50,0001,00,000
    2,50,0001,00,000
    2.Long-term Borrowings
    12% Debentures
    4,50,0003,50,000
    4,50,0003,50,000
    3.Short-term borrowings
    Bank Overdraft
    1,50,00075,000
    1,50,00075,000
    4.Short-term Provisions
    Proposed Dividend
    2,00,0001,25,000
    2,00,0001,25,000
    5.Tangible Assets
    Machinery16,75,00010,55,000
    Accumulated Depreciation(2,10,000)(1,40,000)
    14,65,0009,15,000
    6.Intangible Assets
    Goodwill1,00,0001,50,000
    1,00,0001,50,000
    7.Inventories
    Stock in Trade1,22,00072,000
    1,22,00072,000

    Additional Information

    1. Rs.1,00,000, 12% debentures were issued on 31st March,2016.
    2. During the year a piece of machinery costing Rs.80,000 on which accumulated depreciation was Rs. 40,000 was sold at a loss of Rs.10,000.
      Prepare a cash flow statement.

CBSE Test Paper 01
Ch-11 Cash Flow Statement


Answer

    1. AS – 3(revised), Explanation: The various activities in Cash Flow Statement as operating, investing and financing classified as per Accounting Standard – 3 (AS- 3 Revised).
    1. Investing Activities, Explanation: Dividend received is added to investing activities while calculating Cash flow from investing activities in Cash Flow statement. As Dividend Received on investment in other companies.
    1. 9,00,000, Explanation: Cash flow from operating activities is Rs.9,00,000 after all adjustments (salary).
    1. ‘Statement of Changes in Financial Position on Cash basis’ and ‘Statement accounting for variation in cash’
      Explanation: ‘Statement of Changes in Financial Position on Cash basis’ and ‘Statement accounting for variation in cash’
    1. Received by a finance company
      Explanation: Dividend received by a finance company is considered as an operating activity as the company operates in financial items.
  1. Operating activities involve the cash effects of transactions that enter into the determination of net income, such as cash receipts from sales of goods and services and cash payments to suppliers and employees for acquisitions of inventory and expenses. Cash flow from investing activities is an item on the cash flow statement that reports the aggregate change in a company’s cash position resulting from investment gains or losses and changes resulting from amounts spent on investments in capital assets, such as plant and equipment.
  2. Cash flow is the net amount of cash and cash-equivalents being transferred into and out of a business.
  3. Cash equivalents are held by an enterprise for meeting its short-term cash commitments instead of the purpose of investment or such other purposes.
    1. Treasury bills,
    2. Commercial paper.
  4. Yes, this statement is correct. This statement refers to finance companies. Many types of companies own equities or bonds as part of their assets, trading securities are a special class of asset used by a company, mainly financial institutions, to create profits by buying and selling, rather than holding the security for any length of time and is classified under operating activity.
  5. Cash inflow, because cash comes in as interest on debentures. Cash inflow is the money coming into a business. That could be from sales, investments or financing.
    1. Transactions belong to operating activities are :
      1. Cash received against Revenue from services rendered.
      2. Cash sale of goods.
      3. commission received.
      4. Income Tax paid.
      5. cash paid to creditors.
    2. Transactions belong to Investing activities are :
      1. Cash proceeds from sale of fixed assets.
      2. Receipts from Repayments of advances and loans made to third party.
      3. Debentures purchased.
      4. Purchase of patents.
      5. Loan advanced.
  6. S.NO.TransactionsClassification/Activities
    1Cash sale of goodsOperating
    2Cash payment for acquire fixed assetsInvesting
    3Issuing shares at a premiumFinancing
    4Payment of dividendFinancing
    5Interest received on InvestmentInvesting
    6Interest Paid on debenturesFinancing
    7payment of income taxOperating
    8Cash repayment of long term loansFinancing
    9Cash payment of salaries and wagesOperating
  7. Investment A/c

    ParticularsRs.ParticularsRs.
    To Balance b/d34000By Bank22000
    To Statement of P&L (gain on sale)8400By Balance c/d28000
    To Bank7600
    5000050000
    Rs.
    Sale of investment22,000
    Purchase of investment(7,600)
    Cash flow from investing activity14,400
  8. R.S. Ltd.
    Cash Flow Statement
    (for the year ended 31st March,2016)

    ParticularsAmt (Rs)
    A.Cash Flow from Operating Activities
    Net profit before Tax and Extraordinary Items (W.N)3,50,000
    Adjustments for Non-cash and Non-Operating Items
    (+) Goodwill Written off50,000
    (+) Interest on Debentures42,000
    (+)Depreciation1,10,000
    (+) Loss on sale of Machinery10,0002,12,000
    Operating Profit before Working Capital Changes5,62,000
    (-)Increase in Current Assets and Decrease in Current Liabilities
    Inventories(50,000)(50,000)
    Net Cash from Operating Activities5,12,000
    B.Cash Flow from Investing Activities
    Proceeds from Sale of Machinery30,000
    Purchase of Machinery(7,00,000)
    Purchase of Non-Current Investments(50,000)
    Net Cash used in Investing Activities(7,20,000)
    C.Cash Flow From Financing Activities
    Proceeds from Issue of Share Capital2,00,000
    Increase in Bank Overdraft75,000
    Interest on Debentures Paid(42,000)
    Proceeds from Issue of Debentures1,00,000
    Proposed Dividend Paid(1,25,000)
    Net Cash Flow From Financing Activities2,08,000
    Net Decrease in Cash and Cash Equivalents0
    (+) Cash and Cash Equivalents in the Beginning of the year (Cash and cash equivalents 43,000+Current investment 70,000)1,13,000
    Cash and Cash Equivalents at the End of the year (Cash and cash equivalents 73,000 + current investment 40,000)1,13,000

    Working Notes

    1. Calculation of Net Profit before Tax and Extraordinary Items
      Profits as per statement of profit and Loss
      (2,50,000-1,00,000)
      1,50,000
      (+) Proposed dividend2,00,000
      Rs.3,50,000

      Machinery Account

      Dr.Cr
      ParticularsAmt (Rs)ParticularsAmt (Rs.)
      To Balance b/d10,55,000By Bank A/c (Sale)30,000
      To Bank A/c (Purchases)7,00,000By Accumulated Depreciation A/c40,000
      By Statement of Profit and Loss (Loss on Sale)10,000
      By Balance c/d16,75,000
      17,55,00017,55,000

      Accumulated Depreciation Account

      DrCr
      ParticularsAmt (Rs)ParticularsAmt (Rs)
      To Machinery A/c
      (Depreciation on Machinery Sold)
      40,000By Balance b/d1,40,000
      To Balance c/d2,10,000By Depreciation A/c
      (Statement of Profit and Loss)
      1,10,000
      2,50,0002,50,000

      Net Cash Flow from Operating Activities=Rs.5,12,000
      Net Cash used in Investing Activities=Rs.(7,20,000)
      Net Cash Flow from Financing Activities=Rs.2,08,000

    2. Above Cash Flow Statement is prepared as per Accounting Standard 3(Revised).
    3. Cash and Cash Equivalents include Cash, Bank, Short Term Deposits, Current Investment and marketable securities.
    4. Dividend paid to shareholders is a financing activity as dividend is paid on the Share Capital of the company. Share Capital is to be shown as Financing Activity in Cash Flow Statement.
    5. If between two accounting years amount of goodwill decreases it is added to Net Profit before Tax and Extraordinary Items

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