Question by CA (Dr.) G.S.Grewal – Series 60

  1. The Current Ratio of a Company is 2 : 1. Bills Payable ₹ 5,000 discharged will result in increase in Current Ratio.
  2. Price Earning (P/E) Ratio = ? / Earning Per Share (EPS)
  3. Quick Assets = ?

(a)     Current Assets – Prepaid Expenses

(b)     Current Assets – Inventory – Prepaid Expenses

(c)     Current Assets + Inventory – Prepaid Expenses

(d)     Current Assets – Inventory + Prepaid Expenses

Answer – Series 60

  1. True

Reason: Discharge of Bills Payable ₹  5,000 will increase Current Ratio because both Current Assets (Cash) and Current Liabilities (Bills Payable) reduce by the same amount.

  1. Market Value of Equity Share
  2. (b)

Reason: Quick Assets = Current Assets – Inventory – Prepaid Expenses

Quick Assets are those Current Assets of an enterprise which are either in the form of Cash and Bank Balance or can be converted into Cash and Bank Balance within a short period.

Question – Series 66

  1. Loose Tools is a part of Inventory while calculating Current Ratio.
  2. Solvency of business is assessed through ___________________.

3.Fixed assets of a company are increased from ₹  3,00,000 to ₹  4,00,000. What is the percentage change?

(a)     25%

(b)     33.3%

(c)     20%

(d)     40%

Answer – Series 66

  1. True

Reason: Loose tools is a part of Inventory while calculating Current Ratio.

  1. Solvency Ratio
  2. (b)

Reason: Percentage Change = ₹  1,00,000/₹  3,00,000 X 100 = 33.3%.

Question – Series 89

  1. Current Ratio is the example of Long term Solvency Ratio.
  2. Short-term Loans and Advances are included in ____________________.
  3. If current ratio is 2:1 current assets are ₹ 82,000. Current liabilities will be:

(a) ₹ 41,000

(b) ₹ 38,000

(c) ₹ 15,000

(d) ₹ 20,000

Answer – Series 89

  1. False

Reason: Current Ratio is calculated to assess whether the firm will be able to meet its short-term liabilities hence it is short term solvency ratio.

  1. Current Assets
  2. (a)

Reason: Current Ratio = Current Assets/Current Liabilities

2/1 = ₹ 82,000/Current Liabilities

Current Liabilities = ₹ 41,000.

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