The book provides an insight into the concepts pertaining to financial accounting in the most simplified way. With clear and concise presentation and systematic discussion of the concepts, the text helps in developing the basic understanding of corporate financial reporting. It explicates the accounting principles and methods stipulated in Ind AS, without going into too much detail to make the book useful to the students without previous accounting knowledge.
Primarily, the book is intended as first course for the postgraduate students of management for their papers in Financial Reporting and Financial Statement Analysis.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE BOOK
• Case study-based approach.
• Ind AS revised up to April 30, 2019, including Ind AS 116.
• Schedule III of the Companies Act, 2013.
• Use of financial statements of HUL, Infosys and Suzlon for the year 2016–17 throughout the text to explain Schedule III, accounting principles and financial statement analysis.
• Numerous illustrations and self-test questions (with answers) after each concept for students to assess their knowledge and grasping.
• Chapter-end assignments including multiple choice questions, fill in the blanks, analytical questions and problems for practice.
NEW TO THE EDITION
Besides revised Ind AS, the book includes four new chapters in the second edition, which are as follows:
• Financial Instruments (Ch 19)
• Non-Financial Liabilities (Ch 20)
• Business Combination and Consolidated Financial Statements (Ch 21)
• Topical Issues (Ch 22)
Online Study Guide is available at at https://www.phindia.com/corporate_financial_reporting_bhattacharyya for adopting faculties, which comprises the following:
• Solutions manual
• Key ideas and chapter review slides
• Additional assignments. However, additional assignments are accessible to the students as well.