**Ratios under partnership For NCERT & CBSE Class 12 Accountancy**

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**Ratios under partnership chapter**

The reconstitution of the firm leads to change in profit sharing ratio among remaining partners in the firm

Partner may be admitted , partner may retire/decease

Under different situations different ratios are required for further solution of any question

**Different ratios are :**

- New profit-sharing ratios.
- Old-profit sharing ratio (mostly given).
- Gaining ratios of partners.
- Sacrificing ratios by each partner.

We need to make it very clear which ratio is calculated when and how

**A. New profit sharing ratio**

New profit-sharing ratio of remaining partners is determined after admission of a partner or retirement/death of a partner.

**New share = old share + acquired share**

**B. Sacrificing and gaining ratio**

Students often get confused when to calculate sacrificing and when to calculate gaining ratio

We need not learn all the formulas. The pnly formula required is:

**Old ratio – new ratio**

If the formula results in negative it’s a GAIN by partner and if it’s a positive result its SACRIFICE by partner.

**POINTS FOR CLARIFICATION OF A CONCEPT**

- When partner admits as a partner he/she gains some share in profit so we calculate gaining ratio of incoming partner and old partners sacrifice their share of profit so we calculate sacrifice ratio for them.
- But Sometimes the old partner also gains some share of profit on admission of new partner

Hence we calculate with the above formula and conclude weather partner is sacrificing or gaining and calculate ratios accordingly.

**Conclusion**

GAIN BY NEW PARTNER AND SACRIFICE BY OLD PARTNER (exception excluded)

- When partner retires/decease his share of profit is acquired by old partners hence no sacrifice is made in this situation. Under this we calculate only gaining and new share of profit.

**Conclusion**

GAIN BY OLD PARTNERS AND SACRIFICE BY NONE

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