Accounting for Employees Stock Ownership Plan
Instructor: CA Anu Sebastian
Validity Period: 1000 days
An employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) is a type of employee benefit plan which is mainly intended to encourage employees to acquire stocks or ownership in the company. Under these plans, the employer gives certain stocks of the company to the employee for negligible or less costs which remain in the ESOP trust fund, until the options vests and the employee exercises them or the employee leaves/retires from the company or institution. These plans are aimed at improving the performance of the company and increasing the value of the shares by involving stock holders, who are also the employees, in the working of the company. The ESOPs help in minimizing problems related to incentives.
ESOPs can be an ideal business transition solution for many business owners, providing a way to preserve their legacy with employees and the community, get a fair price, retain a role in the company if they like, and get unmatched tax benefits in the process.
This Course is structured in self paced learning style and it follows academic syllabus prescribed for CA intermediate.
|Chapter 1 - Introduction|
|ESOP Introduction Part 1|
|ESOP Introduction Part 2,Part 3|
|Categories of Share based payment plan|
|Chapter 2 -Accounting Methods of ESOP|
|Accounting Methods of ESOP|
|Case Study 1 on Fair Value|
|Case Study 2 on Fair Value|
|How to recognize liability|
|Intrinsic Value Method|
|Case 1 Fair Value Method|
|Case 2 Intrinsic Value Method|
|Case 3 intrinsic value Method|
|Case 4 Intrinsic Value|
|Case 5 Intrinsic Value (part 1)|
|Case 5 Intrinsic Value (part 2)|
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