You are required to create an MYOB company file, make changes as necessary to the chart of accounts, enter opening balances, record transactions over a one-month period and generate reports.
PART A.1 – Creating the business
Your business is a toy wholesaler, located in Australia. You buy toys from manufacturers and importers and sell them to toyshops, gift shops and department stores throughout the country.
Most sales are made on credit but occasionally a new customer will buy goods for cash. The business does not sell direct to the public.
When creating your business, use the following information:
Company name: Your name Toys
|ABN:||Your student number + 0’s (11 digits in all)|
|Line 1 Your full enrolled name
Line 2 Your Student number
|e.g. Company name Louise Toys|
|Address Louise Reeves|
Current financial year: 2020
Last month of financial year: June
Conversion month: May (This is the month in which the business converts to MYOB) Number of accounting periods: 12
Start with one of the lists provided by MYOB from the Retail list.
PART A.2 – Making changes to the chart of accounts and entering opening balances
Go to the Command Centre and in Accounts module, make changes as required to the chart of accounts.
Some points to note:
- You need only 1 Sales Revenue account.
- The business uses a perpetual inventory system.
- GST is collected on all sales and paid when inventory and other assets are purchased and also on most expenses. GST is not paid on wages, depreciation, bank fees or interest. The tax code when buying fixed assets is CAP.
- GST payable is calculated by MYOB as GST Collected less GST Paid. (Liability and contra liability).
The post-closing trial balance on Apr 30 is below. These amounts are the opening balances in the accounts on May 1.
Ensure you have all these accounts in your chart of accounts. You might find it easier to change the names of existing accounts.
It is very important that you do not replace the linked accounts with new accounts so just change the names. For the Bank account, use the first bank account listed and change its name to Bank. This will be the account all receipts and payments are linked to. For Accounts Receivable Control and Accounts Payable Control, do not create new accounts. Just change the names of the existing LINKED accounts (Debtors and Creditors).
Go to Setup (top menu)/Balances/Account opening balances. The out of balance amount should be $0
when you have entered them all.
Trial balance as at April 30
|Accounts Receivable Control||16,445|
|Furniture and Fittings||21,680|
|Accum depn – Furn & fittings||6,500|
|Accum Depn – Delivery Vehicles||47,000|
|Accum Depn – Equipment||11,200|
|Accounts Payable Control||16,115|
PART A.3 – Setting up suppliers, customers and inventory items
|Setup/ Easy Setup Assistant/Purchases|
Setting up your Suppliers
Set up purchase defaults as follows:
Invoice type: Item (But remember, it is only the suppliers of inventory who will use this type of invoice. For others, use Miscellaneous.)
Expense account: Inventory (This is an asset account . Again, remember not all suppliers supply inventory. The expense accounts will relate to what is supplied).
Use Setup assistant. Enter name and I.D. Click Buying details, add ABN.
For suppliers 5, 6 and 7, change default layout and account number
You are to set up your suppliers with realistic names that reflect the type of business they are engaged in. These names must be unique to your business. Addresses are not necessary but each is to have an 11 digit ABN.
The business has 7 suppliers of goods and services on credit.
Suppliers 1 to 4 are vendors of inventory items (toys, sports equipment and games).
Supplier 5 provides telephone and internet service.
Supplier 6 is an electricity supplier.
Supplier 7 provides cleaning and maintenance services.
Note: Not all suppliers are owed money at May 1, but all 7 suppliers must be set up.
The Accounts Payable balance as at May 1 comprises the following historical purchases.
Suppliers – Historical purchases
|Setup/ Easy Setup Assistant/Sales|
Setting up your Customers
There are 7 credit customers. You are to set up your customers with realistic names that reflect the type of business they are engaged in. These names are to be unique to your business. Addresses are not necessary but each is to have an 11 digit ABN.
Set up sales defaults as follows:
Invoice type: Item
Income account: Sales.
There are 7 credit customers at the beginning of May. Balances owed are in the list of historical sales below.
Note: Not all customers have unpaid accounts but all 7 customers must be set up. Some customers have more than one invoice outstanding.
Customers – Historical sales
Important: Also set up Cash Sales as a customer. The code is Cash.
Setting up your Inventory items
There are 7 inventory items. Each inventory item has a code (see the table below). You are to make up names for your inventory items and enter them onto the Name form. These names are then to be copied to the Items List in MYOB.
The inventory items can varied or of a single type. E.g. you may supply baby goods or sporting goods. They may be single items or cartons of a small item. E.g. 20 assorted small cars or 10 jigsaw puzzles or 10 board games. Do not use names of well-known brands. Make them up. Be imaginative. The names you create are to be your own individual and unique names.
Important: Enter the selling prices when you set up the inventory items in MYOB.
Information relating to the inventory items and their opening balances at May 1 are in the table following. (To enter opening balances of inventory items, use Inventory, Adjust inventory).
NOTE: Cost and selling prices in this table do not include GST.
Details of inventory on hand as at May 1
The total balance of inventory on May 1 is $22,805.
PART A.4 – Entering transactions for the month
This case study covers a one month period from May 1 to May 31.
Interim financial reports and a bank reconciliation are prepared at the end of every month.
The transactions for May are below. Amounts stated include GST where applicable.
All purchases include GST.
Record the transactions using the appropriate MYOB modules.
All payments are made by cheque unless they are paid directly by the bank. The next cheque number is 2043. The bank allows the business an overdraft up to $10,000.
Purchases (All amounts include GST)
|May 4||Purchase from S02: 120 x P04 for $4,620|
|5||Purchase from S01: 200 x P01 for 5,995 and 400 x P02 for $3,960.|
|6||Purchase from S04: 200 x P06 for $9,900 and 200 x P07 for $7,040|
|13||Purchase from S03: 150 x P03 for 4,125 and 200 x P05 for $2,530|
|28||Received the May account from S07 in the amount of $1,419|
|31||Received account from S05 in the amount of $253.|
|May 3||Sale to C04: 50 x P01 and 100 x P02.|
|4||Sale to C06: 60 x P03, 60 x P06 and 60 x P07.|
|5||Cash sale: 40 x P02 and 10 x P06.|
|6||Sale to C05: 100 x P02, 50 x P04, 50 x P05 and 50 x P07.|
|6||Sale to C01: 50 x P01,100 x P02 and 50 x P06|
|10||Cash sale: 10 x P06 and 10 x P07.|
|11||Sale to C02: 50 x P01, 100 x P02 and 50 x P06.|
|12||Sale to C04: 40 x P03, 40 x P04 and 50 x P07.|
|12||Sale to C03: 100 x P02, 30 x P03 and 20 P05|
|12||Sale to C07: 20 x P03, 100 x P05 and 60 x P07.|
|16||Cash sale: 40 x P02 and 5 x P06.|
|17||Sale to C05: 50 x P01, 80 x P05 and 20 P07|
|19||Sale to C06: 50 x P01, 100 x P02, 50 x P03 and 20 P06|
|22||Cash sale: 10 x P01, 4 x P04 and 4 x P06|
|24||Sale to C02: 60 x P02, 50 x P03, 20 x P04, 20 x P05 and 40 P06|
Payments to suppliers
|May 6||Paid S01 and S02 the amount owing at May 1 Chqs 2048 and 2049|
|10||Paid S03, S05, S06 and S07 the amount owing at May 1. Chqs 2052, 2053, 2054 and 2055|
Miscellaneous Payments (Including GST where applicable)
|May 1||Paid rent for May $6,380 Chq 2043|
|2||Bought a new delivery vehicle for $40,250. Chq 2044|
|3||Paid a year’s insurance and registration for the delivery vehicles. $3,432.
Hint: Record 1 month of the insurance and registration as an expense (Motor
Vehicle Expenses) and the other 11 months as prepaid). Chq 2045
|3||Paid $363 for 3 month’s advertising in a trade newsletter for June to August. Chq
|4||Paid $680 for new office furniture. Chq 2047|
|9||Paid $65 for petrol (Motor vehicle expenses) Chq 2050|
|9||Paid $264 for stationery (Record as expense) Chq 2051|
|10||Paid the PAYG tax payable as at May 1. Chq 2056|
|12||Wages expense was $5,990. Paid $4,320 and recorded PAYG Payable of $1,670
|16||Paid the GST liability owing at May 1 Chq 2058|
|18||Paid $80 for petrol (Motor vehicle expenses) Chq 2059|
|18||Paid $462 for legal fees. Chq 2060|
|20||Paid $2,079 to have new shelving installed. (Fittings) Chq 2061|
|26||Wages expense was $5,720. Paid $4,060 and recorded PAYG Payable of $1,660.
|31||Reimbursed petty cash for the following:
Stationery (including GST) $85
Taxi fares (including GST) $108 (Local Travel Costs)
Milk, tea coffee etc (No GST) $104.20 (Record as Staff Amenities). Chq 2063
Receipts from customers
|May 5||Received from C06 the amount owing as at May 1.|
|16||Received payment from C02 for the amount owing at May 1.|
|16||Received from C01 and C03 the amount owing at May 1.|
|30||Received payment from C04 for the full amount owing at this date.|
On May 31, record the following adjustments
- Provide for 1 month depreciation on equipment. The equipment is being depreciated in a straight line over 5 years to a residual value of $3,000. (Round to nearest whole dollar).
- The prepaid insurance at May 1 was for 4 months. Adjust for insurance expired in May.
- Wages expense incurred but unpaid at May 31 amounted to $1,080.
PART A.5 – Generate Reports
Export PDFs of the following reports from MYOB.
- Trial balance as at May 31.
- Profit and Loss statement (Accrual) for the month ended May 31.
- Balance Sheet as at May 31.
- Sales Register Detail [All Sales] Report for the month of May.
- Purchases [Item Detail] Report for the month of May.
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