Padhuka Student Guide Financial Reporting(Old Syllabus)
Highlights of this Book
• Complete Coverage of the CA Final Syllabus.
• Content Update on Schedule III with more Practical Questions.
• Summary of all Accounting Standards.
• Summary of Comparison with IFRS / US GAAP.
• Coverage of Guidance Notes issued by ICAI.
• Use of Diagrams, Tables and Flowcharts for concept clarity.
• Solved Illustrations to meet Professional Exams requirements.
• All Latest Exam and RTP Questions Covered.
• Effective Learning and Easy Revision
The New Edition of Students’ Guide on Financial Reporting — For CA Final Course, comes with a refreshing style and presentation, with the following special features
- Complete Coverage of the CA Final financial Reporting Syllabus
- Content Update on Schedule III with Practical Questions and Presentation Guidelines
- Summary of all Accounting Standards & Comparison with lnd AS, IAS, etc
- Coverage of Guidance Notes issued by the ICAI
- Use of Diagrams, Tables and Flowcharts for higher clarity of concepts
- Solved Illustrations as guidance to (he Student on how to present answers in Professional Exams
The Authors wish to state certain key aspects to assist Students in their preparation
- Accounting is an art, and confidence can be gained by ‘practicing’ reasonable number of illustrations in every area with full involvement. Mere reading as (0 how a question is solved in The Textbook will not be sufficient
- Procedure I Principle for treating specific items, e,g, elimination of unrealised profits in Consolidation process, etc, should be ‘remembered’, In any question, the procedure I principle Remains the same, only numbers differ. Good Memory of Principles is starting point for better Control and grasp over the concepts,
- In areas like Amalgamation, Consolidation, etc, “adjustments” are made to two tallied Balance Sheets, If Debit and Credit Principles al’e taken care of and considered properly, the final I Revised Balance Sheet can be easily drawn, There is no question of Balance Sheet no! Tallying, etc
- Reasonable Assumptions (within the scope of the question) can be made in appropriate situations, and it is not necessary to re-solve the question under the alternative assumption in all cases
- Company Financial Statements – Schedule III
- Accounting for Corporate Restructuring
- Consolidated Financial Statements
- Assets and Liabilities
- Accounting for Share Based Payments
- Financial Reporting by Financial Institutions
- Developments in Accounting
- Developments in Financial Reporting
- Value Added Statement
- Economic Value Added, Shareholders Value Added & Market Value Added
- Human Resource Accounting
- Guidance Notes
- Terms used in Financial Statements
- Accounting Matters – Accrual, Revaluation Reserves, etc.
- Tax Matters _. Direct and indirect Tax Matters
- Accounting Standards – Summary*
- Comparison between Ind AS and IAS – Carve Outs / Ins
About the Author:–
Sekar completed his B.Sc. Chemistry in Dharmapuri Arts College (University of Madras; 1993) and M.Sc. Organic Chemistry in Department of Organic Chemistry, Guindy Campus, University of Madras (1995; M.Sc. thesis guide: Prof. P. Rajakumar). He obtained his Ph.D. in synthetic organic chemistry from Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur in 1999 under the guidance of Padma Shri Prof. V. K. Singh. He has carried out his JSPS postdoctoral fellowship at Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan (with Prof. H. Nishiyama; Apr. 2000 – Jun. 2001), AvH postdoctoral fellowship at University of Goettingen, Germany (with Prof. L. F. Tietze; Jul. 2001 – Dec. 2002) and senior postdoctoral fellowship at Caltech, USA (with Prof. Brian M. Stoltz; Feb. 2003 – Dec. 2004), prior to joining IIT Madras in December 2004 where he is presently holding Professor position
His research interests lie in the areas of asymmetric synthesis, total synthesis of biologically active natural products, and synthesis and application of chiral nanocatalysts.