Fixed Asset Credit For Damages

A business buys a piece of equipment for 4,000. The equipment is damaged during shipping, and the seller gives the business a partial credit of 750.

How do you show the Fixed Asset Credit For Damages?

The fixed asset partial credit for damages transaction is shown in the accounting records with the following bookkeeping entries:

Fixed Asset Credit For Damages Journal Entry
Account Debit Credit
Equipment 750
Accounts payable 750
Total 750 750

Fixed Asset Credit For Damages Bookkeeping Entries Explained

Debit
The debit of 750 represents the reduction in the liability to the seller.

Credit
The credit shows the reduction in the cost of the equipment from the original 4,000 to 3,250.

The Accounting Equation

The Accounting Equation, Assets = Liabilities + Equity means that the total assets of the business are always equal to the total liabilities plus the equity of the business This is true at any time and applies to each transaction. For this transaction the Accounting equation is shown in the following table.

Fixed Asset Credit For Damages Accounting Equation
Assets = Liabilities + Owners Equity
Equipment = Accounts payable + None
-750 = -750 + 0

In this case one asset (fixed assets) decreases representing the reduction in the cost of the equipment. This is balanced on the other side of the accounting equation by a decease in a liability (accounts payable) as the amount owed to the supplier is now reduced by the partial credit.

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