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CA Inter Suggested Answers

  • 28-December-2021
  • CA-Inter
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CA Intermediate December 2021 Examinations and Suggested Answers.

Every one of you who has appeared for the CA Inter December 2021 examinations is awaiting the results!

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Links for CA Intermediate December 2021 Question Paper with Suggested Answers are given below:

PaperQuestion Paper
Paper 1 – AccountingDownload
Paper 2 – Corporate Laws and Other LawsDownload
Paper 3 – Cost and Management AccountingDownload
Paper 4 – TaxationDownload
Paper 5 – Advanced AccountingDownload
Paper 6 – Auditing and AssuranceDownload
Paper 7 – Enterprise Information Systems and Strategic ManagementDownload
Paper 8 – Financial Management and Economics for FinanceDownload

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Paper 1 – Accounting

Analysis of the question paper - Most of the questions were similar to the questions from ICAI material – ICAI module, RTP, MTP and PYP. So if you had gone through the ICAI material thoroughly and solved the questions properly, you will definitely secure good marks.

As we can see above, Accounting Standards and Preparation of Financial Statements were the chapters having a good weightage. From some chapters like introduction, bonus issue, nothing was asked.

70% of the questions asked were of Easy category. 15% were moderate and 15% were hard. All in all it was an easy paper. If you had studied thoroughly, you will definitely get good marks

52% of the questions asked were fresh questions i.e. no similar question had been asked earlier. 33% were similar to the ICAI module questions. 4% were from RTP & MTP for Dec 2021 and 11% were from RTPs, MTPs and PYPs of previous years.

CA Inter Dec 2021 Accounting Question paper:

Question 1 (a)

(i) PP Ltd. An Indian Company acquired long term finance from WW (P) Ltd, a U.S. company, amounting to Rs. 40,88,952. The transaction was recorded at US $ 1 = Rs. 72.00, taking exchange rate prevailing at the date of transaction. The exchange rate on balance sheet date (31.03.2021) is US $ 1 = Rs. 73.60.

(ii) Trade receivables of PP Ltd. Include amount receivable from Preksha Ltd, Rs. 20,00,150 recorded at the prevailing exchange rate on the date of sales, transaction recorded at US $ 1 = Rs. 73.40. The exchange rate on balance sheet date (31.03.2021) is US $ 1 = Rs. 73.60. The exchange rate on balance sheet date (31.03.2021) is US $ 1 = Rs. 73.60. Exchange rate on 1st April, 2020 is US $ 1 = Rs. 74.00.

You are required to calculate the amount of exchange difference and also explain the accounting needed in the above two cases as per AS 11 in the books of PP Ltd.

Question 1 (b)

Following are the extracts from the Balance Sheet of ABC Ltd.

Equity Share Capital25,00,00035,60,000
10% Preference Share Capital7,00,0006,00,000
Securities Premium Account5,00,0005,50,500
Profit and Loss A/c20,00,00028,00,000

Equity Share Capital for the year ended 31st March, 2021 includes Rs. 60,000 of equity shares issued to Grey Ltd at par for supply of Machinery of Rs. 60,000.

Profit & Loss account on 31st March, 2021 includes Rs.50,000 of divided received on Equity Shares invested in X Ltd.

Show how the related items will appear in the Cash Flow Statement of ABC Ltd. As per AS-3 (Revised).

Question 1 (c)

Mr. Mohan has invested some money in various Mutual funds. Following information in the regard is given:
Mutual FundsDate of PurchasePurchase Cost (Rs.)Brokerage Cost (Rs.)Stamp Duty (Rs.)Market Value as on 31.03.2021 (Rs.)

You are required to;
1. Classify his investment in accordance with AS-13 (revised)
2. Value of Investment in mutual fund as 31.03.2021
Question 1 (d)

(i) ABC Ltd. Was previously making provision for non-moving stocks based on not issued for the last 12 months up to 31.03.2020. Now, the company wants to make provision based on technical evaluation during the year ending 31.03.2021.
Total value of stock Rs. 133.75 lakhs.
Provision required based on technical evaluation Rs. 4.00 lakhs.
Provision required based on 12 months not issued Rs. 5.00 lakhs.
(ii) In the Books of M/s Kay Ltd, Closing stock as on 31st March, 2021 amounts to Rs. 1,24,000 (on the basis of FIFO method) The company decides to change from FIFO method to weighted average method for ascertaining the cost of inventory from the year 2020-2021. On the basis of weighted average method, closing stock as on 31st March, 2021 amount Rs. 1,15,000. Realisable value of the inventory as on 31st March, 2021 Amounts to Rs. 1,54,000.

Discuss Disclosure Requirements of change in accounting policy in above cases as per AS 1.

Question 2 (a)

The Godown of X Ltd. Caught fire on 01.06.2021, records saved from fire shows the following particulars:

Stock at cost on 01.01.202050,000
Stock at cost on 31.12.202080,000
Purchases for the year 20204,75,000
Purchase returns for the year 20205,000
Carriage inward for the year 202020,000
Sales for the year 20205,60,000
Sales returns for the year 202010,000

Following information is given for the period of 1st January 2021 to 1st June 2021.
Credit sales of  Rs. 2,50,000, which constituted 25% of total sales. Sales return Rs. 9,500, Goods used for personal purpose costing  Rs. 5,000, Goods Distributed as free sample costing Rs. 2,700, Wages  Rs. 25,000. Sales include goods sold on approval basis amounting to Rs. 81,000, no confirmation had been received in respect of 50 % of such goods sold on approval basis.
Stock on 31 December, 2020 was calculated at 20% less than cost Purchases for the period 1st January, 2021 to 1st June, 2021 is Rs. 6,75,000, purchase Returns Rs. 10,000.
Selling price was increased by 20% with effect from 01.01.2021.
Company had taken an insurance policy of  Rs. 70,000 which was subject to an Average Clause. The value of salvaged goods was Rs. 21,967. You are required to compute the amount of the claim.

Question 2 (b)

During the year ended 31st  March 2021, Purple Ltd. Entered into the following  transactions:

1st April, 2020Purchased Rs.4,00,000,10 % Govt. loan (interest payable on 30t April and 31st October) at Rs. 70 cum interest.
1st April, 2020Purchased 6,000 Equity shares of  Rs. 5 each in XY Ltd. For Rs.1,26,000.
1st October, 2020Sold Rs. 80,000, 10% Govt. loan at 75 ex-interest.
15th January, 2021 XY Ltd made a bonus issue of four equity shares for every three Shares held. Purple Ltd sold all of the bonus shares for b Rs.10 each.
1st March, 2021 Received divided @ 22% on shares in XY Ltd. For the year ended 31st December, 2020.

Prepare Investment accounts in the books of purple Ltd.

Question 3 (a)
Delta Ltd. Has a branch at Kanpur. Goods are invoiced from head office of branch at cost 50% Branch remits all received to head office and all expenses are met by head office.

Prepare necessary Ledger accounts in the books of Delta Ltd under Stock and Debtors system to show profit earned at the branch for the year ending 31st March, 2021

Following information related to Branch is given 

Stock on 1st April,2020 (Invoice price)31,200Goods returned by Debtors3,000
  Surplus in stock (Invoice price)600
Debtors on 1st April,202017,400Expenses at Branch 13,400
Goods invoiced at cost72,000Discount allowed to Debtors 7,00
Sales at Branch : Cash sales 20,000Debtors on 31st March,202114,300
                      Credit sales68,200  
Question 3 (b)

ParticularsDepartment X Rs.Department Y Rs.
Opening stock (at Cost)1,40,0001,08,000
Carriage inwards12,00012,000
Carriage Outwards5,0004,000
Purchased goods transferred by Dept. Y to Dept. X60,000 
Purchased goods transferred by  Dept. X to Dept. Y 48,000
Finished goods transferred by Dept. Y to Dept. X1,60,000 
Finished goods transferred by Dept. X to Dept. Y 2,00,000
Closing Stock of purchased Goods24,00030,000
Closing Stock of Finished Goods 1,54,0001,20,000
Finished goods transferred by Dept. Y to Dept. X1,60,000 
Finished goods transferred by Dept. X to Dept. Y 2,00,000
Closing Stock of purchased Goods24,00030,000
Closing Stock of Finished Goods 1,54,0001,20,000

Purchased goods have been transferred mutually at their respective departmental purchase cost and finished goods at departmental market price and that 15% of the finished stock (closing) at each department represented finished goods received from the order department.

Question 4 (a)

The Following is the summarized Balance Sheet of R Limited as at 31st March, 2021
Authorised Capital 
1,50,000 Equity shares of Rs. 10 each15,00,000
30,000 Redeemable preference shares of Rs. 100 each30,00,000
Issued, subscribed and paid up 
90,000 Equity shares of Rs. 10 each9,00,000
15,000 Redeemable Preference shares of Rs. 100 each15,00,000
Reserves & surplus 
Securities Premium18,00,000
General Reserve16,50,000
Profit & Loss A/c1,20,000
7500, 9% Debentures of Rs. 100 each7,50,000
Sundry Creditor2,12,500
Non-Current Assets 
Property Plant & Equipment31,60,000
Investments ( Market Value Rs.17,40,000)14,70,000
Cash & Bank Balance5,42,500
In Annual General Meeting held on 15th May, 2021 the company passed the following resolutions:

  1. To redeem 10% preference shares at a premium of 50%
  2. To redeem 9% Debentures by making offer to Debenture holders to convert their holding into equity shares at Rs. 40 per share or accept cash on redemption.
  3. To issue fully paid bonus shares in the ratio of one equity share for every three shares held on 31st March, 2021.
  4. Redemption of preference shares and debenture will be paid through company’s cash & bank balance subject to leaving a minimum cash & bank balance of Rs. 2,00,000
  5. To issue sufficient number of equity shares @ Rs.40 per share as required to finance redemption of preference shareholders and debenture holders.

    On 5th June, 2021 investments were sold for Rs. 16,80,000 and preference shares were redeemed.

    30% of Debenture holders exercised their option to accept cash and their claims were settled on 1st August, 2021.

    The bonus issue was concluded by 10th August 2021.

    You are requested to journalize the above transactions including cash transactions and prepare Balance Sheet as at 30th September, 2021. All working notes should form part of your answer.
Question 5 (a)

Peek Ltd was incorporated on 01.07.2020 to take over the existing business of Rich & Co. with effect from 01.04.2020. Date of closing books of accounts is 31.03.2021.

Total sales were  Rs. 75,00,000, Rate of Gross Profit is 10% on sales.

The expenses charged to profit and loss statement includes;

Salesmen’s Commission Rs. 30,000
Discount AllowedRs. 15,000
Carriage outwardRs. 45,000
Free SampleRs. 60,000
After sales service chargeRs. 90,000
Directors’ feesRs. 1,50,000
Audit fees (Statutory audit of company )Rs. 70,000
Tax audit fees to Chartered AccountantRs. 15,000
Salary to general staffRs. 16,000
Formation ExpensesRs. 30,000
Rent ( office Building )Rs. 27,000
General ExpensesRs. 48,000
Donation to political partyRs. 54,000
General travelling ExpensesRs. 60,000

The sales per month in the first half year were half of what they were in the later half year.

Rent of office building was paid @ Rs. 2000 p.m. up to 30th September, 2020 and thereafter it Was increased by Rs. 500 p.m.

Prepare a statement showing pre incorporation & post incorporation profit for the year ended 31.03.2021 and also compute the amount to be transferred to capital reserve account.

Question 5 (b)

ABC Ltd. Acquired a Machine on hire purchase from P Ltd.  with term of payment is four equal annual instalments. The annual instalment is commencing from the data of agreement signed by both the parties. The payment of annual instalments is Rs.25,000 at the end of each year. The interest is Charged @ 25% and is included in the annual instalment. ABC Ltd. Could not pay third annual instalment and declared “Purchaser Defaulted” whereupon the P Ltd. act to repossess the Machinery.

ABC Ltd. is providing depreciation on Machinery at the rate of 20% per annum on the Diminishing balance method.

You are required to prepare Machinery Account and P Ltd account in the books of ABC Ltd. Working notes will form part of the answer.

Question 6 (a)

Mrs. A is showing the consolidated aggregate opening balance of equity, liabilities and assets of Rs. 6 lakhs, 4 lakhs and 10 lakhs respectively. During the current year Mrs. A has the following transactions:

1. Received 20% dividend om Rs. 10,000 equity shares of Rs. 10 each held as investment.

2. The amount of Rs. 70,000 is paid to creditors for settlement of Rs. 90,000.

3. Salary is pending by Rs. 20,000.

4. Mrs. A’s drawing Rs. 20,000 for her personal use.

You are required to prepare the statement of the effect of aforesaid each transactions on closing balance sheet in the form of Assets – Liabilities = Equity after each transaction.

Question 6 (b)

X Ltd. a non-investment company has been incurring losses for the past few Year. company provides the following information for the current year:

 Rs. in lakhs
Paid up equity share capital Rs.Rs.90
Paid up preference share capitalRs.Rs.10
Reserves (including revaluation reserve Rs.5 lakhsRs.75
Securities premiumRs.30
Long term loans Rs.20
Deposit repayable after one yearRs.10
Application money pending allotmentRs.360
Accumulated losses not written off Rs.40
X Ltd. has only one whole time director, Mr Y. You required to calculate the amount of maximum remuneration that can be paid to him if no special resolution is respect of payment of remuneration for period not exceeding three years.
Question 6 (c)

What is meant by ‘Measurement’? What are the bases of measurement of Element of Financial Statements? Explain in brief.

Question 6 (d)

A Company had issued 25,000, 12% Debentures of Rs. 100 each on 1st April, 2018. The Debentures were due for redemption on 1st July, 2020. The terms of issue of Debentures provided that they will be redeemable at a premium of 5% and also conferred option to convert 20% of their holding into equity Shares (Nominal value Rs. 10 each) at a price of Rs. 20 per share.

Debenture holders holding 5,000 Debentures did not exercise the option. Calculate the number of Equity shares to be allotted to the debenture holders exercising the option to the maximum.

Question 6 (e)

A Company sold 20% of the Goods on Cash Basis and the balance on Credit basis.   Debtors are allowed 1.5 month’s credit and their balance as on 31st March, 2021 is V 1,50,000. Assume that sale is evenly spread throughout the year.
Purchases during the year Rs.9,50,000.

Closing stock is Rs.10,000 less than the Opening Stock. Average stock maintained during the year Rs.60,000

Direct Expenses amounted to Rs.35,000.

Calculate Credit sales, Total sales and gross profit for the year vended 31st March, 2021.

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Suggested answers for ICAI CA Dec 21 exams Accounting subject were discussed in Youtube Live Sessions by Yash Sir. Watch the videos below:

ICAI CA Dec 21 Suggested Answers | Accounting - Day 1

ICAI CA Dec 21 Suggested Answers | Accounting - Day 2

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