ISBN 9789332543591,Financial Accounting for Managers

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ISBN 9789332543591
Publisher

Ginn/Pearson Education,

Publication Year 2015
ISBN-13

ISBN 9789332543591

ISBN-10 9332543593
Binding

Paparback

Number of Pages 464 Pages
Language (English)
With the introduction of the Companies Act 2013, financial accounting and reporting has undergone a major shift in India.. For instance, The Ministry of Corporate Affairs has announced the revision of the schedule for the convergence of Indian accounting standards with the IFRS and has also made Cash Flow Statements and Consolidated financial statements mandatory . Hence, this edition of financial accounting for managers has been suitably revised and adapted to incorporate these changes

FeacturesVery strong analytical perspective on how to use accounting information as a manager and as an analyst.A separate chapter on financial shenanigans to make the readers understand the financial gimmicks used by unscrupulous management to mislead investorsConcepts discussed in the text have been reinforced with the help of solved illustrations both within the text and at the end of every chapterUnsolved problems at the end of every chapter to help students test their understanding.In-depth examples from the annual reports of Indian companies.Case studies in each chapter to encourage out-of-the-box thinking. Most of the cases are based on annual reports and real-life situationsRequirements of the Companies Act 2013 have been suitably incorporatedIn view of forthcoming convergences of Indian accounting standards with IFRS, suitable references of the new accounting standards (Ind AS) announced by the Ministry of Corporate Affair have been included in each chapter
Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to Accounting
Chapter 2: Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and Accounting Standards Chapter 3: Accounting Cycle
Chapter 4: Statement of Profit and Loss
Chapter 5: Balance Sheet
Chapter 6: Accounting for Revenue and Account Receivables
Chapter 7: Accounting and Valuation of Inventory
Chapter 8: Accounting for Fixed Assets and Depreciation
Chapter 9: Cash Flow Statement
Chapter 10: Consolidated Financial Statements
Chapter 11: Disclosures in Annual Reports
Chapter 12: Analysis of Financial Statements
Chapter 13: Financial Shenanigans

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