Accounting standared with Ind As and companies Act 2013 By CA Rajesh Makker
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Author : CA Rajesh Makker and pro. Ishrar shaikh
Publisher : Carvinowledge Press (CNP India)
Edition : For May / June 2018 Exam
Key Features - • Simple and Lucid presentation of AS and Ind AS • Updated Ind AS covered with problems and Solutions • Carve Outs and Carve Ins • Updated References of Schedule III • 400 Plus Solved Problems on AS and Ind AS • Past 29 Exams’ Solved Papers till May 2017 • Detailed theory and practice book on I-GAAP • ‘Do you know’ boxes to update the knowledge Contents Part 1 Accounting Standards Accounting Standard Introduction and Framework AS-1: Disclosure of Accounting Policies AS-2 (Revised): Valuation of Inventories AS-3 (Revised): Cash Flow Statement AS-4: Revised Contingencies and Events Occuring After the Balance Sheet AS-5 (Revised): Net Profits or Loss for the Period, Prior Period Items and Changes in Accounting Policies A5-7 (Revised): Construction Contracts AS-9: Revenue Recognition AS-l 0: Accounting for Fixed Assets AS-l1 (Revised): The Effect of Changes in Foreign Exchange Rates AS-12: Government Grants AS-13: Investment Accounts AS-14: Amalgamation and Absorption AS-15(Revised): Employees Benefits AS-16: Borrowing Costs AS-17: Segmental Reporting AS-18: Related Party Disclosures AS-19: Leases AS-20: Earning per Share AS-22: Taxes on Income AS-24: Discontinuing Operations AS-25: Interim Financial Reporting AS-26: Intangible Assets AS-28: Impairment of Assets AS-29: Provisions, Contingent Liabilities and Contingent Assets AS-21: Consolidated Financial Statements (Holding CompanyVs Subsidiary) AS-23: Accounting for Investment in Associates AS-27: Financial Interest in Joint Ventures Comprehensive Problems on CFS (AS-21 + AS-23 + AS-27) Group Consolidation Appendix- 1; schedule III Appendix- 2; Extra Practical Problems from Past Year Papers and RTPs of Financial Reporting and Audit Part 2 IND AS An Introduction to Ind AS Ind AS 1: Presentation of Financial Statements Ind AS 2: Inventories Ind AS 7: Cash Flow Statements Ind AS 8: Changes in Accounting Estimates, Policies and Errors Ind AS 10: Events after the Balance Sheet Date Ind AS 11: Construction Contracts Ind AS 12:Taxes on Income Ind AS 16: Plant, Property and Equipment Ind AS 18: Revenue Recognition Ind AS 19: Accounting for Employees Benefits Ind AS 20 / IAS 20: Accounting for Government Grants and Disclosure of Government Assistance Ind AS 21: Effects of Changes in Foreign Exchange Rates Ind AS 23: Borrowing Costs Ind AS 24: Related Party Ind AS 27: Consolidated Financial Statements Ind AS 28: Investments in Associates Ind AS 31: Investments in Joint Ventures Ind AS 33: Earning Per Share Ind AS 34: Interim Financial Reporting (lFR) Ind AS 36: Impairment of Assets Ind AS 37: Events after the Balance Sheet Ind AS 38: Intangible Assets Ind AS 40 / IFRS 40: Investments Property Ind AS 41 liAS 41: Agriculture Ind AS 103: Amalgamation and Absorption of Companies Ind AS-105: Noncurrent Assets Held for Sale and Discontinued Operations Ind AS 108: Operating Segments Financial Instruments: IND AS – 109/ IFRS – 9: Recognition Ind AS – 107/ IFRS – 7: Presentation, IND AS – 32/ lAS – 32: Disclosures CARVE OUTS / INS: IFRS Vs IND AS Solved Question Paper-CA Final-May 2017 About the Author - Prof. Israr Shaikh is a scholar in the subject of Indian GAAP and IFRS. He is a visiting faculty at WIRC of ICAI. Over 10,000+ students have studied AS under his guidance. He has been rendering his services for last eleven years to the following institutions across West India: Presently he is faculty with Prime Vision Academy, Young Professional Academy (YPA Classes), Achiever’s Academy, Ideal Classes Pvt. Ltd., Kapasi Commerce Classes, Mensa Classes, Pravin Commerce Classes, Prime Vision Classes, Tayal Classes Pvt Ltd, Shah Academy for Commerce, Mahesh Tutorial and Manlyar Commerce Classes. He has also been the past faculty of Ace Tutorials and R.S. Classes. The Authors video lectures on Accounting Standards are available on CA Club India. He Is also associated with E – Live IDEAL for Satellite lectures on Accounting Standards. CA. RaJesh Makkar is the fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, New Delhi. He possesses a vast experience in teaching (more than 20 years) Financial Management, Costing, Advanced Accounts and Strategic Financial Management, Advanced Management Accounting. He has written books on Financial Management, Cost Accounting, Strategic Financial Management and Advanced Management Accounting. He guided and inspired more than 11000 students to become Chartered Accountants. His students have consistently secu red ranks and highest marks in IPCC and Final all over India. During the period 1993·99, he was the examiner of CA (Inter/Final) examination conducted by the ICAI. He was the advisor/convener of Financial Management Committee (North India) of the ICAI. He is also the faculty at ICAI.