Jacobs Ltd has recently completed its draft financial statements for the year ended 30 December 20X2, which showed a draft profit for the year of £300,000. During the audit a number of mistakes and omissions were uncovered. These are listed below. 1. A cheque from a credit customer amounting to £7,100 had been received on 27 December 20X2 but had not been banked or included in the financial statements. 2. Depreciation on a non-current asset had been incorrectly calculated. The assets cost was £125,000, it was being depreciated on a straight-line basis over four years. £16,250 was charged in the financial statements. 3. Although included in inventory an invoice for goods sold by Jacobs amounting to £17,500, dated 26 December 20X2, had not been included in the financial statements. 4. Two items of inventory, currently valued at a total cost of £35,000, are now considered obsolete. The director estimates that they will only realize about £10,000 between them. 5. The company accountant forgot to include a charge for interest on the 10 per cent long-term loan of £240,000 for the final six months of the year. 6. Rates of £1,500 for the year to 1 April 20X2 were paid for in April 20X1. No entries have been made in the financial statements in relation to this item other than correctly recording the original payment. 7. An item of capital worth £3,000 had been incorrectly entered into the prepayments account instead of non-current assets. The asset has a useful life of t

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