A sequel to the author’s Advanced Accounting-Volume I, this comprehensive and student-friendly book covers the multifarious aspects of accounting, ranging from partnership accounts, company accounts to bonus issue, rights issue, underwriting, and preference share redemption. The text focuses, in particular, on the accounts of banking and insurance companies. It also covers accounts with reference to incorporation and internal reconstruction of companies as well as amalgamation, absorption and external reconstruction of companies. A large number of illustrations and worked-out examples are provided to make the students understand the concepts better.
Key Features :
Gives extensive coverage of partnership and corporate accounting techniques.
Provides accounting principles of insurance and banking companies.
Supplies 396 problems and 372 worked-out examples which would be of enormous help to the students.
Furnishes chapter-end problems to sharpen the students’ understanding of the subject.
Primarily designed for undergraduate and postgraduate students of commerce and management, Chartered Accountancy (CA) and the Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India (ICWAI) courses, the book should also prove very valuable for the accounting professionals.