GAAP: Graded Questions 2020
GAAP: Graded Questions is a leading book of questions on financial accounting, used by prominent academic institutions countrywide. It has been carefully designed to take the student from zero to hero in a few
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GAAP: Graded Questions is a leading book of questions on financial accounting, used by prominent academic institutions countrywide. It has been carefully designed to take the student from zero to hero in a few easy steps: the questions first build a strong conceptual foundation and then gradually allow the student to progress to the more complex aspects of each standard.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: - Financial reporting environment
Chapter 2: - The conceptual
framework for financial reporting
Chapter 3: - Presentation of financial statements
Chapter 4: - Revenue from
contracts with customers
Chapter 5: - Taxation: various types and current taxation
Chapter 6: - Taxation: deferred
Chapter 7: - Property, plant and equipment: cost model
Chapter 8: - Property, plant and equipment:
Chapter 9: - Intangible assets
Chapter 10: - Investment property
Chapter 11: - Impairment of assets
Chapter 12: - Non-current
assets held for sale and discontinued operations
Chapter 13: - Inventories
Chapter 14: - Borrowing costs
Chapter 15: - Government
grants and government assistance
Chapter 16: - Leases: lessee accounting
Chapter 17: - Leases: lessor
Chapter 18: - Provisions, contingencies and events after the reporting
Chapter 19: - Employee benefits
Chapter 20: - Foreign currency transactions
Chapter 21: - Financial
Chapter 22: - Hedge accounting
Chapter 23: - Share capital
Chapter 24: - Earnings per share
Chapter 25: - Fair value
Chapter 26: - Accounting policies, changes in accounting estimates and
Chapter 27: - Statement of cash flows
Chapter 28: - Financial analysis and interpretation
Chapter 29: - Separate financial
statements of a parent
Chapter 30: - Wholly owned subsidiaries
Chapter 31: - Partly owned