# Balance Sheet Calculation

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### What is the Accounting equation that represents the financial position of a business?

Assets = Liabilities + Owner's Equity

Asset

### What is the purpose of a Balance Sheet?

To represent the financial position of a business

GST payable

### What is Owner's Equity?

What the business owes to the owner

### What is the relationship between Assets, Liabilities, and Owner's Equity?

Assets = Liabilities + Owner's Equity

### What is the primary purpose of a Balance Sheet?

To show the relationship between assets, liabilities, and owner's equity

Inventory

### What is the formula for preparing a Balance Sheet?

Total Assets = Total Liabilities + Owner's Equity

### What is the purpose of preparing a Balance Sheet as at a specific date?

To present the financial position of a business at a specific point in time

Loan

### What is Owner's Equity?

The residual interest in the assets of a business after deducting liabilities

### What is the relationship between Total Assets and Total Equities?

Total Assets are equal to Total Equities

### What is the purpose of classifying assets, liabilities, and owner's equity?

To present the financial position of a business

### What is the correct order of classification in a Balance Sheet?

Assets, Liabilities, Owner's Equity

### What is the purpose of preparing a Balance Sheet at regular intervals?

To present the financial position of a business at regular intervals

### What is the primary purpose of an income statement?

To show the revenues and expenses of a company over a specific period of time

Drawings

### What is the purpose of the 'Less Other expenses' section in the income statement?

To subtract the total expenses from the total revenue

### What is the correct format for an income statement?

Revenue - Expenses = Net Profit

$2,430 ### Which of the following is an example of a cash payment for Christi's Car Clean Emporium? Wages ### What is the purpose of an income statement in financial statement preparation? To evaluate the company's financial performance over a specific period of time ### Which of the following is not a revenue item for Christi's Car Clean Emporium? Rent ## Study Notes ### Balance Sheet • A Balance Sheet shows the relationship between assets, liabilities, and owner's equity • It is prepared as at a specific date and is a snapshot of the business's financial position at that time • Total Assets = Total Equities • Assets: what the business owns (e.g. cash, furniture, equipment) • Liabilities: what the business owes to external financial institutions and the owner (e.g. loan, accounts payable) • Owner's equity: what the business owes to the owner (e.g. capital) ### Preparing a Balance Sheet • Format: Assets, Liabilities, and Owner's equity are listed separately • Example: Singh's Studios Balance Sheet as at 31 May 2025 • Assets: cash at bank 5000,furniture5000, furniture 5000,furniture15000, equipment$25000
• Liabilities: loan $15000 • Owner's equity: capital$30000

### Income Statement

• Format: Revenue, Less Other Expenses, and Net Profit (Loss) are listed
• Example: Christi's Car Clean Emporium Income Statement for January 2024
• Revenue: cash fees 7430,capital7430, capital 7430,capital10000
• Less Other Expenses: wages 2250,cleaningsupplies2250, cleaning supplies 2250,cleaningsupplies3000, drawings 700,equipment700, equipment 700,equipment9000, advertising 300,rent300, rent 300,rent2000
• Net Profit (Loss)

### Accounting Equation

• Assets = Liabilities + Owner's Equity
• Assets: items that a business owns and controls (e.g. cash, inventory, accounts receivable, vehicle, furniture, equipment, premises)
• Liabilities: items that a business owes to others and has an obligation to pay back (e.g. accounts payable, GST payable, loan, mortgage, wages owing, bank overdraft)
• Owner's equity: what the business owes to the owner (e.g. capital, drawings)

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