Partners’ Capital Account

Partner’s Capital Account- This account records only the opening capital balances and the closing capital balances of the partners. Besides this, it also records those transactions that are related to introduction and withdrawal of capital. The introduction takes place in form of bringing in of fresh capital by the partners, while withdrawal of capital happens in form of drawings out of capital.

If fresh capital is introduced during an accounting year, then it is credited to the Partners’ Capital Account as ‘Cash/Bank Account’. On the other hand, if any capital is withdrawn by the partners, then it is shown on the debit side of the capital account as ‘Cash/Bank Account’. No other transactions such as, Partners’ Salary, Interest on Partners’ Capital, Commission, etc. is recorded in this account. This account always end-up showing credit balance as ‘Balance c/d’, which is shown on the Liabilities side of the Balance Sheet of the Partnership firm.


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