Adjusted Trial Balance MCQs
MCQs 1 To 10
1. The appropriate journal entry to record equipment depreciation expense would consist of a debit to Depreciation Expense and a credit to which of the following accounts?
2. Payment for a two year insurance policy requires a debit to at the time of adjustments?
3. The entry to recognize depreciation expense?
4. Accrued revenue is also called?
5. Adjusting entries are required?
6. Depreciation is?
7. The amount reserved for doubtful debts is called?
8. Unearned revenue of Rs. 2,000 now earned. The entry is?
9. Accounting Period can be?
10. For purposes of measuring business income, the life of a business is?
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MCQs 11 To 20
11. Nabeel Law Associates began business in November with office stationery of Rs. 160. During the month, the firm purchased stationery of Rs. 290. On November 30, stationery of Rs. 210 was on hand. Stationery expense for period is?
12. When a concert promoting company collects cash for tickets sales two months in advance of the show date, whish of the following account is recorded?
13. At the end of the fiscal year, Accounts Receivable has a balance of Rs. 100,000 and Allowance for Doubtful Accounts has a balance of Rs. 7,000. The expected net realizable value of the accounts receivable is?
14. Adjusting entries includes?
15. The adjusting entry to record unpaid salaries is?
16. The receipt of Rs. 5,000 of unearned revenue would be recorded by debiting Cash and what account should be credited?
17. The balance on the unearned rent account for Jones Co. as of 12/31 is Rs. 1,200. If Jones Co. failed to record the adjusting entry for Rs. 600 of rent earned during December, the effect on the balance sheet and income statement for December is?
18. Expense and income must be matched in the?
19. Which of the following is a non-cash expense that reduces the value of intangible fixed asset with the passage of time?
20. Accrued expenses are also called?
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