Financial Accounting II

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ISBN:

9780199489510

Publication date:

20/06/2018

Paperback

792 pages

241.0x184.0mm

Price: 675.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780199489510

Publication date:

20/06/2018

Paperback

792 pages

241.0x184.0mm

Financial Accounting II is specially designed as an undergraduate textbook for the third semester B Com students of the University of Calcutta (CU) as per the latest CBCS syllabus. Written in a crisp and easy-to-understand style, the book incorporates a large number of worked-out problems and exhaustive exercises making it ideal for self-study.

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Description

Financial Accounting II is specially designed as an undergraduate textbook for the third semester B Com students of the University of Calcutta (CU) as per the latest CBCS syllabus. Written in a crisp and easy-to-understand style, the book incorporates a large number of worked-out problems and exhaustive exercises making it ideal for self-study.

The book is divided into 7 units comprising 17 chapters. Units 1 and 2 discusses the various aspects of partnership accounting, namely finalization of partnership firms (including appropriation and distribution of profits), valuation and accounting for goodwill, accounting for life policies and change in constitution of the firm (i.e., admission, retirement, death of a partner, and change in profit sharing ratio between the partners), dissolution of partnership firms and piecemeal distribution. Branch accounting, accounting for hire purchase & instalment payment, departmental accounting and accounting for investments are covered over Units 3, 4, 5 and 6, respectively. The concluding unit covers profit/loss prior to incorporation, accounting for acquisition of business and conversion of partnership into limited company.

Table of contents

  1. Partnership Accounting: Profi t & Loss Appropriation
  2. Partnership Accounting: Treatment of Goodwill
  3. Partnership Accounting: Treatment of Life Policy
  4. Partnership Accounting: Admission of Partner
  5. Partnership Accounting: Retirement of Partner
  6. Partnership Accounting: Retirement-cum-Admission of Partners
  7. Partnership Accounting: Change in Profi t Sharing Ratio
  8. Partnership Accounting: Death of Partner
  9. Partnership Accounting: Dissolution of Firm
  10. Partnership Accounting: Piecemeal Distribution
  11. Branch Accounting: Dependent Branches
  12. Branch Accounting: Independent Branch
  13. Hire Purchase, Instalment Payment & Lease
  14. Departmental Accounting
  15. Accounting for Investments
  16. Business Acquisition: Profi t or Loss Prior to Incorporation
  17. Accounting for Business Acquisitions

Features

  • Complete coverage of the syllabus of the third semester paper on Financial Accounting II of the B Com course of CU
  • Contains more than 400 graded illustrations with Problem Notes and detailed Working Notes
  • Includes relevant problems from last 20 years’ examinations of CU B Com, CA, CS and CMA,
  • Provides key conceptual issues in the form of numerous Student Notes and Concept Notes throughout the book

Description

Financial Accounting II is specially designed as an undergraduate textbook for the third semester B Com students of the University of Calcutta (CU) as per the latest CBCS syllabus. Written in a crisp and easy-to-understand style, the book incorporates a large number of worked-out problems and exhaustive exercises making it ideal for self-study.

The book is divided into 7 units comprising 17 chapters. Units 1 and 2 discusses the various aspects of partnership accounting, namely finalization of partnership firms (including appropriation and distribution of profits), valuation and accounting for goodwill, accounting for life policies and change in constitution of the firm (i.e., admission, retirement, death of a partner, and change in profit sharing ratio between the partners), dissolution of partnership firms and piecemeal distribution. Branch accounting, accounting for hire purchase & instalment payment, departmental accounting and accounting for investments are covered over Units 3, 4, 5 and 6, respectively. The concluding unit covers profit/loss prior to incorporation, accounting for acquisition of business and conversion of partnership into limited company.

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Table of contents

  1. Partnership Accounting: Profi t & Loss Appropriation
  2. Partnership Accounting: Treatment of Goodwill
  3. Partnership Accounting: Treatment of Life Policy
  4. Partnership Accounting: Admission of Partner
  5. Partnership Accounting: Retirement of Partner
  6. Partnership Accounting: Retirement-cum-Admission of Partners
  7. Partnership Accounting: Change in Profi t Sharing Ratio
  8. Partnership Accounting: Death of Partner
  9. Partnership Accounting: Dissolution of Firm
  10. Partnership Accounting: Piecemeal Distribution
  11. Branch Accounting: Dependent Branches
  12. Branch Accounting: Independent Branch
  13. Hire Purchase, Instalment Payment & Lease
  14. Departmental Accounting
  15. Accounting for Investments
  16. Business Acquisition: Profi t or Loss Prior to Incorporation
  17. Accounting for Business Acquisitions

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