An ordinary partnership business can have:

(a)               Not more than 50 partners.(b)              Not more than 20 partners.  (T)
(c)              Any number of partners.
(d)              Any number than 2 partners.
A banking partnership business can have:

(a)               Not more than 10 partners.  (T) (b)              Not more than 20 partners.
(c)              Not more than 50 partners.
(d)              Any number of partners.
In the absence of an agreement profit and loss are divided by partners in the ratio of:

(a)               Capital(b)              Equally  (T)
(c)              Time devoted by each partners.
(d)              None of these.
In the absence of an agreement, Interest on loan advanced by the partner to the firm is allowed at the rate of:

(a)       6%    (T) (b)       5%(c)       12%                                        (d)       9%
Current accounts of the partners should be opened when the capitals are:

(a)               Fluctuating(b)              Fixed  (T)
(c)              Either fixed or fluctuating
(d)              None of these
Investment in partnership is made by introducing:

(a)               Cash(b)              None – cash assets
(c)              Cash or non – cash assets  (T)
(d)              None of these.
Partnership is formed by the partners by:

(a)       Written agreement                (b)       Oral agreement(c)       Written or oral  (T) (d)       None of these
Any partner who investments in the business but does not take active part in the business is:

(a)        Secret partner                        (b)       Sleeping partner  (T) (c)        Active partner                        (d)       Nominal partner
The written agreement of partnership is called:

(a)               Partnership deed  (T) (b)              Articles of association
(c)              Memorandum of association
(d)              Certificate of incorporation
Under fixed capital methods, profit will be credited to:

(a)       Capital Account                     (b)       Drawings(c)       Current A/c   (T) (d)       Profit & Loss
Partnership business in Pakistan is government by partnership Act of:

(a)       1913                                       (b)       1932 (T) (c)       1984                                       (d)       1928
The members of partnership firm are individually called as:

(a)       Director                                 (b)       Investor(c)       Partner  (T) (d)       Manager
The object of partnership is to:

(a)       Earn profit  (T) (b)       Not to earn profit(c)       Welfare of members             (d)       None of these
Liability of partners in a partnership business is:

(a)       Limited                                     (b)       Un-limited  (T) (c)       Limited & unlimited             (d)       None of these
Capital of the partners are maintained by:

(a)               Fixed capital method.(b)              Fluctuating capital methods.
(c)              By any two above methods. (T)
(d)              None of them.
Drawings of the partners are:

(a)               Debited to profit & loss A/c(b)              Credited to profit & loss A/c
(c)              Credited to capital A/c
(d)              Debited to capital A/c  (T)
A partners has to pay interest on drawings what is the entry in the personal A/c of the partner?

(a)               Credit partners capital A/c(b)              Credit partners current A/c
(c)              Debit the partners current A/c
(d)              Debit partners current A/c  (T)
Salary paid to partner should be:

(a)               Debited to his current A/c(b)              Credited to his current A/c
(c)              Credited to profit & loss appropriation A/c
(d)              None of above (T)
Interest on capital Account:

(a)               Debited to profit & loss A/c(b)              Credit to profit & loss A/c
(c)              Debit to profit & loss and credited to partners capital A/c. (T)
(d)              Only credited to partners capital A/c.
At the time of admission of a new partner the firm is:

(a)       Dissolved (T) (b)       Continued(c)       Not effected                          (d)       RE-organized
At the time of admission an incoming partner contributes as goodwill:

(a)               In cash(b)              Does not pay cash
(c)              May or may not pay cash for good will (T)
(d)              None of these.
Good will is valued as two years purchase of the average profits of three previous years are Rs. 15000, the value of good-will be:

(a)       Rs. 15000                              (b)       Rs. 30000 (T) (c)       Rs. 20000                              (d)       Rs. 50000
Value of good will agreed upon Rs. 30000 on C,S admission and allowing him ¼ share of total profit Good will is brought in cash, the amount of good-will be as:

(a)       Rs. 30000                              (b)       Rs. 7500  (T) (c)       Rs. 150000                            (d)       Rs. 120000
Good will of the firm is valued Rs. 30000. C an incoming partner purchase ¼ share of total profit Good will be raised in the books.

(a)       Rs. 30000 (T) (b)       Rs. 7500(c)       Rs. 120000                            (d)       Rs. 7000
An incoming partner pays his share of good will in cash, and profit sharing ration of old partner is changed, Good – will be distributed among old partners:

(a)               As their old profit ratio(b)              According to new ration
(c)              According to sacrifice ratio (T)
(d)              None of these
At the time of admission of a new partner, general reserve is:

(a)               Debited to capital of old partners(b)              Credited to capital of old partners.  (T)
(c)              Allowed to remain is balance sheet
(d)              Debited to current account
A new partner may be admitted to a partnership:

(a)               With the consent of all partners (T) (b)              With the consent of two third of old partners
(c)              With the consent of any one of the partners
(d)              Without consent of old partners
At the time of a new partner Good will:

(a)               Belongs to all partners, new and old(b)              Belongs only to the new partners who is going to be admitted.
(c)              Belongs only to the old partner who have credited it  (T)
(d)              None of the above.
In the revaluation account a decrease in the value of plant and machinery:

(a)               Appears on the debit side.  (T) (b)              Appears on the credit side.
(c)              Appears on the debit side of good will account
(d)              Does not appear at all
In the revaluation account an increase in the value of land and building:

(a)               Appears on the debit side(b)              Appears on the credit side (T)
(c)              Appears on the credit side of good will account
(d)              Does not appear at all
The partnership may come to an end due to the:

(a)       Death of a partner                  (b)       Insolvency of partner(c)       By giving notice                     (d)       All of the above (T)
In case of retirement of a partner full good will is credited to the accounts of:

(a)               All partners (T) (b)              Only retiring partner
(c)              Only remaining partner
(d)              None of the above
Revaluation account is operated to find out gain or loss at the time of:

(a)               Admission of a partner(b)              Retirement of a partner
(c)              Death of a partner
(d)              All of above  (T)
Partners equity is effected due to:

(a)               Retirement of a partner(b)              Admission of a partner
(c)              Death of a partner
(d)              All of above  (T)
The accounting procedure at the retirement of partner is valued:

(a)               Revaluation of assets and liabilities(b)              Ascertaining his share of good will
(c)              Finding the amount due to him
(d)              All of above (T)
If the remaining partner want to continue the business, after the retirement of a partner, a new partnership agreement:

(a)       Necessary (T) (b)       Not necessary(c)       Optioned                                (d)       None of above
An account operated to ascertain the loss or gain at the death of a partner is called:

(a)               Realization account(b)              Revaluation account  (T)
(c)              Execution account
(d)              Deceased partner A/c
Amount due to out going partner is shown in the balance sheet as his:

(a)       Liability                                  (b)       Asset(c)       Capital                                    (d)       Loan  (T)
The loss or gain an account of revaluation at the time of retirement of a partner is shared by:

(a)       Remaining partners               (b)       Retiring partner(c)       All partners    (T) (d)       None of above
On the retirement of a partner any reserve being should be transferred to the capital account of:

(a)               All partners in the old profit sharing ratio (T) (b)              Remaining partners in the new profit sharing ratio
(c)              Neither the retiring partner, nor the remaining partner
(d)              None of above
Retirement or death of a partner.

(a)               Is dissolution of partnership agreement  (T) (b)              Is dissolution of a firm
(c)              May or may not be a dissolution of partnership agreement
(d)              None of above
If all the partners, but one are insolvent it is:

(a)               Dissolution of an agreement(b)              Dissolution of firm  (T)
(c)              May or may not cause dissolution
(d)              None of above
If all the partners, but one, are solvent it is:

(a)               Dissolution of partnership agreement(b)              Dissolution of firm  (T)
(c)              May or may not cause dissolution
(d)              None of above
At the time of dissolution:

(a)               All the assets are transferred to realization A/c(b)              Only current assets are transferred to realization A/c
(c)              Non cash assets are transferred to realization A/c (T)
(d)              Only liquid and current asset are transferred to realization A/c
At the time of dissolution non – cash assets are credited with:

(a)               Market value(b)              Book value (T)
(c)              As the agreed amount among the partners
(d)              Cost or market which ever is low
If a partner takes over an asset of the firm, his capital account:

(a)               Will be debited with the amount as agreed (T) (b)              Will be credited with the market value of the asset
(c)              Will be debited with book value of the asset
(d)              None of above
Loss on realization is distributed among partners:

(a)               According to profit and loss ratio  (T) (b)              According to capital ratio
(c)              As decided among them
(d)              None of above
Loss on realization is:

(a)               Debited to partners capital A/c (T) (b)              Credited to partners capital A/c
(c)              Debited to realization A/c
(d)              Credited to realization A/c
When all partners are insolvent creditors will be:

(a)               Paid fully(b)              Paid rate ably (T)
(c)              Taken over by the partners
(d)              Paid by government
The persons who have entered into a partnership business are individually called:

(a)       Realization A/c (T) (b)       Partners capital A/c(c)       Sundry debtors                       (d)       Provision for bad debts A/c
The persons who have entered into a partnership business are individually called:

(a)       Vender                                   (b)       Agents(c)       Partners  (T) (d)       A firm
If no provision is made in agreement regarding the duration of the partnership:

(a)       Limited partnership               (b)       Partnership at – will (T) (c)       None                                      (d)       Particular partnership
A person who declares by word of mouth as partner of the firm is called:

(a)       Active partner                        (b)       Estople partner (T) (c)       Dormant partner                    (d)       Nominal partner
A person who receives a share of profits from one of the regular partner is called:

(a)       Secret partner                          (b)       Quasi(c)       partner in profit only             (d)       Sub – partner (T)
The agreement among partners which set out the terms on which they had agreed to form a partnership is called:

(a)       Partnership deed (T) (b)       Partnership at – will(c)       None of these                        (d)       Arbitration clause
Every partner has a right to be consulted in all matters affecting the business of:

(a)       Sole – tradership                   (b)       Partnership (T) (c)       JSC                                            (d)       Both (a) and (b)
For the firm interest on drawing is:

(a)       Expense                                  (b)       Income (T) (c)       Liability                                  (d)       None
A credit balance on a partner’s current A/c is.

(a)       Fixed capital                           (b)       Part of capital (T) (c)       A current asset                       (d)       Long – term liability
Upon the sale of an established business its good will:

(a)               Marketable value (T) (b)              Not marketable value
(c)              (b) and (c)
Old profit sharing ratio minus new profit sharing ration is equal to:

(a)       Sacrificing ratio (T) (b)       Ratio of gain(c)       Capital ratio                           (d)       None
A is drawing Rs. 500 regularly on the 16th of every month, he will have to pay interest in a year on Rs. 6000 for the total period of @ given rate of interest):

(a)       5 months                                (b)       6 months (T) (c)       7 months                                (d)       12 months
For any decrease in the value of liability, revolution A/c is to be:

(a)       Debited                                   (b)       Credited (T) (c)       Both (Cr.) & (Dr.)                 (d)       Neither (Dr.) & (Cr.)
Revolution A/c is a:

(a)       Real A/c                                 (b)       Personal A/c(c)       Cash A/c                                 (d)       Nominal A/c (T)
When good will is brought in cash by new partner, method is known as:

(a)               Premium method (T) (b)              Revolution method
(c)              Memorandum revolution method.
(d)              None
Section 37 of partnership act provided interest on the amount left by retiring or decreased partner at:

(a)       5%                                          (b)       10%(c)       6% (T)
(d)       bank rate
When a partner dies, firm will receive the:

(a)       1/2 amount of policy            (b)       1/4 amount of policy(c)       3/4 amount of policy            (d)       Full amount of policy (T)
At the time of dissolution all the assets of firm are transferred to the realization A/c:

(a)       Market value                        (b)       Book value (T)
(c)       Cost value                              (d)       Bale value
Balance of realization A/c is transferred to the capital A/c of the partners in:

(a)       Capital ratio                           (b)       Profit sharing ratio (T)
(c)       Interest ratio                          (d)       Equally
The decision is Garner Vs Murray was given in:

(a)       1904   (T) (b)       1905(c)       1933                                       (d)       1804



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