Basic Accounting Test


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Here is a free basic accounting test to check your understanding of the section on the basic accounting concepts.

This quiz contains 9 multiple choice questions and should take about 10-15 minutes to complete.

Please note that the solution sheet on the next page only shows the solutions and not whether you got each of the questions right or wrong. So in addition to selecting each of the solutions in the quiz itself, please grab a piece of paper and pen or pencil and take note of each of your answers (number the questions 1-9 and put your answers next to them).

Once you have completed the test and noted down your answers for each one, just click on the "Check Your Answers" button (right at the bottom of this page) and you will go to a new page where you can see detailed solutions and explanations.

Good luck!

Please note that all fields followed by an asterisk must be filled in.
a) Land
b) Machinery
c) Cash
d) Owner’s equity
e) Debtors
a) Cash
b) Debtors
c) Owner’s equity
d) Tax owed
e) None of the above
a) A liability is a debt for your business.
b) Debtors are a debt for your business.
c) The accounting equation shows how much of your assets belong to the owner, and how much ‘belong’ to people outside the business.
d) If you cannot work out a value for an item that will bring you future benefits, then you cannot keep this as an asset in your records.
e) None of the above
a) $1,000,000
b) $1,020,000
c) $1,010,000
d) $1,030,000
e) None of the above.
a) $500,000
b) $1,000,000
c) $530,000
d) $1,030,000
e) None of the above.
a) $600,000
b) $800,000
c) $1,400,000
d) $2,000,000
e) None of the above.
a) $200,000
b) $700,000
c) $800,000
d) $1,100,000
e) None of the above.
a) $1,000,000
b) $1,550,000
c) $800,000
d) $750,000
e) None of the above.
a) A business whose liabilities are greater than its assets has a bad financial position.
b) A business whose liabilities are greater than its owner’s equity has a bad financial position.
c) A business whose assets are greater than its owner’s equity has a bad financial position.
d) a) and b)
e) All the above

Please enter the word that you see below.

(Remember to write down all your answers before you click the "Check your answers" button just above)

Good luck!

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