Taxmann CA Final New Syllabus Financial Reporting(Set Of 2 Volume) &Problem-Solution By Parveen Sharma, Kapileshwar Bhalla For November 2021 Exam

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PublisherTaxmann ISBN9789391596309 AuthorParveen Sharma , Kapileshwar Bhalla LanguageEnglish BindingPaperback Publication DateAugust 2021 No. of Pages1400

CA Final New Syllabus Financial Reporting with GFRS Video Lectures and Case Studies (Set of 2 Volume) By Parveen Sharma, Kapileshwar Bhalla Applicable for November 21

  • Approximately 950 Examples/Case Studies and Questions with Answers
  • Comprehensive coverage of 'Financial Instruments' (Ind AS 32,109&107)/'Revenue' (Ind AS 115)/'Leases' (Ind AS 116)/'Business Combination'(Ind AS 103) and 'Consolidattion' (Ind AS 110,111,28 & 27)
  • Fully Solved CA (Final) - Nov.2019 Exam
  • As per revised syllabus announced by ICAI


Part 1

Chapter 1 Application of Accounting Standards

  • Unit 1 AS 15: Employee Benefits
  • Unit 2 AS 25: Interim Financial Reporting
  • Unit 3 AS 28: Impairment of Assets
  • Unit 4 Holding Company Accounts

Chapter 2 Application of Guidance Notes

Part 2

Chapter 3 Framework for Preparation and Presentation of Financial Statements

Chapter 4 Ind AS on Presentation of Items in the Financial Statements

  • Unit 1 Ind AS 1: Presentation of Financial Statements
  • Unit 2 Ind AS 34: Interim Financial Reporting
  • Unit 3 Ind AS 7: Cash Flow Statement

Chapter 5 Ind AS on Recognition of Revenue in the Financial Statements

  • Unit 1 Ind AS 11: Construction Contracts
  • Unit 2 Ind AS 18: Revenue

Chapter 6 Ind AS on Measurement based on Accounting Policies

  • Unit 1 Ind AS 8: Accounting Policies, Changes in Accounting Estimates and Errors
  • Unit 2 Ind AS 10: Events after the Reporting Period
  • Unit 3 Ind AS 113: Fair Value Measurement

Chapter 7 Other Ind AS

  • Unit 1 Ind AS 20: Accounting for Government Grants and Disclosure of Government Assistance
  • Unit 2 Ind AS 114: Regulatory Deferral Accounts

Chapter 8 Ind AS 101: First Time Adoption of Ind AS

Part 3

Chapter 9 Ind AS on Assets of the Financial Statements

  • Unit 1 Ind AS 2: Valuation of Inventory
  • Unit 2 Ind AS 16: Property, Plant and Equipment
  • Unit 3 Ind AS 17: Leases
  • Unit 4 Ind AS 23: Borrowing Costs
  • Unit 5 Ind AS 36: Impairment of Assets
  • Unit 6 Ind AS 38: Intangible Assets
  • Unit 7 Ind AS 40: Investment Property
  • Unit 8 Ind AS 105: Non-Current Assets held for Sale and Discontinued Operations

Part 4

Chapter 10 Ind AS on Liabilities of the Financial Statements

  • Unit 1 Ind AS 19: Employee Benefits
  • Unit 2 Ind AS 37: Provisions, Contingent Liabilities and Contingent Assets

Chapter 11 Ind AS on Items impacting the Financial Statements

  • Unit 1 Ind AS 12: Income Taxes
  • Unit 2 Ind AS 21: The Effects of Changes in Foreign Exchange Rates

Chapter 12 Ind AS on Disclosures in the Financial Statements

  • Unit 1 Ind AS 24: Related Party Disclosures
  • Unit 2 Ind AS 33: Earnings Per Share
  • Unit 3 Ind AS 108: Operating Segments

Part 5

Chapter 13 Consolidated and Separate Financial Statements

  • Ind AS 110 Consolidated Financial Statements
  • Ind AS 111 Joint Arrangements
  • Ind AS 112 Disclosure of Interests in Other Entities
  • Ind AS 28 Investments in Associates and Joint Ventures
  • Ind AS 27 Separate Financial Statements

Chapter 14 Industry Specific Ind AS

  • Unit 1 Ind AS 41: Agriculture
  • Unit 2 Ind AS 104: Insurance Contracts
  • Unit 3 Ind AS 106: Exploration for and Evaluation of Mineral Resources

Part 6

Chapter 15 Business Combinations and Corporate Restructuring

Chapter 16 Accounting and Reporting of Financial Instruments

Chapter 17 Accounting for Share Based Payment

Part 7

Chapter 18 Analysis of Financial Statements

Chapter 19 Accounting for Carbon Credits

Chapter 20 Accounting for E-Commerce Business

Chapter 21 Integrated Reporting

Chapter 22 Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting

Chapter 23 Human Resource Reporting

Chapter 24 Value Added Statement

Part 8

Chapter 25 Ind AS 115 : Revenue from Contracts with Customers

  • Global Financial Reporting Standards
  • Carve-outs and other Defferences between IFRS/IAS and Ind AS 1643
  • Case Studies (1-6) 1651
  • May 2018 : GFRS Paper 1712
  • Mock Test Paper

About the Author

CA Parveen Sharma is a first Class Commerce Graduate from Delhi University, having done his graduation from Sri Venkateswara College. He qualified Chartered Accountancy Course in 1996 and was placed in merit list (Rank Holder) in Intermediate and Finals both. He completed his post graduation in Indian Accounting Standards and US GAAP in July 2007. He qualified certificate course on valuation from ICAI in January 2010.
He is also an Associate Member of Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India and Licentiate of Institute of Company Secretaries of India. He topped Delhi University by scoring 100% marks in Accountancy. He also won Gold Medal in Accounts Olympiad held in 1990.
He has the honour of being co-opted as a member to Board of Studies (2006-2007), Advisor, Accounting Standards Committee (2007-08) Member of Committee for Accounting Standards for Local Bodies for the year 2007-2008, and Regional Monitoring Committee (2003-04) of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and Member, Committee on Management Accounting of ICAI for the year 2008-09.
He possesses a vast experience of teaching Accountancy to students of CA Final and CA IPCC P.E.II / Intermediate, and has been visiting faculty at ICAI and ICWAI. He is currently teaching accountancy to various levels of Professional Institutes and Universities and has addressed a number of courses and seminars organized by Professional Institute. He has authored research documents on various issues.
At present he is a consultant, an academician and a renowned professional accounts teacher. He had been associated with satellite since 2008 for providing classes to students of CA Final & IPCC Level. Currently he is teaching at VSAT network of ALDINECA. Satellite Classes are broadcast live and on recorded basis, through satellite, and student study at around 160 centers across country.
Students have unique facility to ask queries in the class in Live classes.