DRAFTING OF PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT AND BALANCE SHEET OF PROPREITORSHIP CONCERN

PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT AND BALANCE SHEET OF PROPREITORSHIP CONCERN

DRAFTING OF PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT AND BALANCE SHEET OF PROPREITORSHIP CONCERN

In this Current Scenario of Indian Economy, banks have received ample deposits which they are offering to peoples in the form of loans at reduced interest rates. And after the passage of complete lockdown period due to COVID-19 in 2020 and 2021, People are approaching banks for loan for the meting out of Operational Activities.

Following documents are generally asked by banks for loan purpose (Proprietorship Business):-

  • Owners KYC (PanCard, Aadhar Card, Voter ID Etc)
  • 3 Years Income Tax Return
  • Past 6 Months Bank Statement
  • Last 6 Months GST Returns (If Applicable)
  • Good CIBIL Score with healthy repayment track record
  • Balance Sheet as well as Profit and Loss accounts for last 3 Years
  • Projected Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss account for a period of 3 to 5 Years
  • Collateral Security (depending on amount of loan)
  • Project Report/ DPR

All documents are normally available with owners except Balance Sheet and Profit/ Loss account and Project Report. These documents must be prepared with adequate care, if documents are wrongly prepared then your loan application may be rejected by Bank. This rejection may impact your loan application in different bank also because rejection details are shown in your CIBIL Records.

The Balance Sheet and Profit/ Loss statement must be in correlation with your filed ITR and GST Records. If volume of transaction during the year is very high then it is suggested that, you must do accounting of all transactions before preparation of financial statements.

  • Capital Contribution by owner: In this Part of Balance Sheet, we have to show the capital contributed by the owner (In case of Proprietorship Business). This amount shows the amount invested by owner as on a particular date, normally 31 March of closing year.
  • Details of Secured/ Unsecured Loans:We have to show this amount in liability side of Balance Sheet. We should be very cautious about this amount because all loans taken by us are showing in our CIBIL records. If we have taken any loans from financial institutions and missed to show in our balance sheet and it is showing in our CIBIL records then it may lead to rejection of your loan file.
  • Disclosure of amount dues to Creditors and receivable from Debtors: In case of each business segment, repayment schedule to creditors and receivables from debtors vary from industry to industry. While preparing Balance Sheet, we must show these particulars with adequate attention. Because many ratios are dependent on these financial figures.
  • Disclosure of all known current liabilities as on specified date: While preparing Balance Sheet, we must show known liabilities like GST Payables, Electricity Charges dues on closing date to show exact position of financial statements.
  • Fixed Assets details:We must provide actual details of fixed assets in our business. It helps banker to decide, how the banker can recover its dues in case of default. If we have good amount invested in Fixed assets supported with documents then it increases the chances of approval of our loan application. Further, it helps in increase the approval of higher loan amount.
  • Details of Cash and Bank balances: In this part, we have to provide details of cash and bank balances available with us. This amount must be shown with care because it is major part in deciding Current ration of loan applicant.

Points to consider while Preparing Profit & Loss statement:-

  • Disclosure of Sales Turnover and Closing Stock: While preparing Profit/ Loss statement these details must be disclose as actual supported with documentary proof.
  • Disclosure of Expenses:In each industry, there are some specific expenses like in case of Textile Industry charges of labour, clothes , leather etc which must be disclosed in Profit/ Loss statement. That helps Banker to decide the working capital requirements of applicant business segment.
  • Profit/ Loss Calculation: When we prepare Profit & Loss account then at the end it shows the Profit/ Loss earned by us during the year. This amount must be in correlation with Industry Profit ratio. Exceptional Profit/ Loss display will lead your application to rejection.

CS Tanuj Saxena

is a Qualified Company Secretary from Lucknow having a rich and Core expertise in Secretarial compliances of Companies, Nclt matters and Corporate Litigation matters.

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