Paper 1 : Accounting (Part 3/3)
Instructor: CA N Raja
Who should take this course?
Are you struggling in understanding Accounting concepts and techniques related to Branch Accounts, Departmental Accounts, Royalty Accounts, Hire Purchase Accounts, Accounting for Bills of Exchange, Consignment Accounting, Joint Venture Accounting, Investment Accounting, Insurance Claim Accounting, Accounting for Banking and Insurance Companies, Average Due Date, Account Current, etc?
Are you a student pursuing professional courses like CA / CMA / CS / CFA /CPA / ACCA / CIMA / MBA Finance or are you a Finance Professional / Banker aspiring to excel in Accounting Techniques and rise to top in your career?
Then this course is for you - Paper 1 : Accounting (Module 3 ).
Why you should take this course?
By taking this course, you will be able to see practical side of Accounting concepts with lot many case studies to solve. Approaching complex topics through case studies is the best way to understand them and you will find lot many in this course.
Theoretical back ground for each and every topic will be explained followed by numerous case studies and most of them will be past examination tested problems which will help you to excel in Academic Examinations as well as in real life.
If you are an Accounting or Finance or Cost Accounting Executive, this course will help you to brush up your basics in Accounting and all the contents have immediate practical relevance and application.
What you will learn by taking this course?
This is a comprehensive course, covering each and every topic in detail. In this course,you will learn the Advanced Accounting concepts, theories, and techniques which deals with conceptual frame work. You will be exposed to following concepts and Techniques through various video lectures, quizzes and presentations:
2. Insurance Claims for Loss of Stock and Loss of Profit
3. Hire Purchase and Instalment Sale Transactions
4. Departmental Accounts
5.Accounting for Branches Including Foreign Branches
6. Accounts from Incomplete Records
7. Partnership Accounts
How this course is structured?
This course is structured in self paced learning style. Each and every section of this course is broken down as various micro lectures and then they are substantiated with examples and case studies. Several real world examples are used in this course through case studies. You'll gain authority on each and every topic as i take you through lectures one by one. This course is presented in simple language with examples. This course has video lectures (with writings on Black / Green Board / Note book / Talking head, etc). You would feel you are attending a real class.
What are the pre-requisites for taking this course?
You should have basic knowledge of Accounting. You would require good internet connection for interruption free learning process.
How this course will benefit you?
At the end of the course, you will be able to solve various case studies in Advanced Accounting at ease with high level of confidence. This course will equip you for approaching above listed professional examinations with confidence as well hand real life problems with clarity.
Happy Learning and Best Wishes!
|Chapter 1 - Accounting for Investments|
|Problem 1 Investment Accounting|
|Problem 2 Investment Accounting|
|Problem 3 Investment Accounting|
|Accounting for Fixed Investment Securities|
|Problem 4 Accounting for Fixed Investment Securities|
|Problem 5 Accounting for Fixed Investment Securities|
|Chapter 2- Insurance Claims for Loss of Stock and Loss of Profit|
|Insurance Claim Problem 1|
|Insurance Claim Problem 2|
|Insurance Claim Problem 3|
|Insurance Claim Problem 4|
|Insurance Claim for loss of Profit Part 1|
|Insurance Claim for loss of Profit Part 2|
|Insurance Claim for loss of Profit Problem 1|
|Insurance Claim for loss of Profit Problem 2|
|Chapter 3- Hire Purchase and Installment Sale Transactions|
|Hire Purchase and Installment sale|
|situation I - When Rate of Interest, Cash Price & Interest given|
|Situation II-When Rate of Int. & Inst. given but cash price not given|
|Situation III-When only Inst. are given but cash price & rate of Int. not given|
|Situation IV-Ref. to annuity table,rate of Int.&inst. given but not cash price|
|Accounting Treatment in Hire Purchaser Books|
|Accounting effect of HP default and Repossession|
|Case Study - Hire Purchase Default and Repossession|
|Case Study - Hire Purchase Default and Partial Repossession|
|Chapter 4 - Departmental Accounts|
|Departmental Accounts Introduction|
|Apportionment of Expenses|
|Departmental Accounts Problem 1|
|Departmental Accounts Problem 2|
|Inter Departmental Transfers|
|Inter Departmental Transfers Problem 3|
|Inter Departmental Transfers Problem 4|
|Inter Departmental Transfers Problem 5|
|Inter Departmental Transfers Problem 6|
|Departmental Accounts Problem 7|
|Departmental Accounts Problem 8|
|Departmental Accounts Problem 9|
|Case Study Departmental Trading and P&L Account|
|Case Study Departmental Trading and P&L Account (with Stock Adjustment and Profi|
|Chapter 5- Accounting for Branches Including Foreign Branches|
|Introduction to Branch Accounts|
|Dependent Branches and Features|
|Accounting for dependents branches|
|Debtors system in branch accounts|
|Accounting Entries Debtors System|
|Dependent Branches Problem 1|
|Dependent Branches Problem 2|
|Dependent Branches Problem 3|
|Dependent Branches Problem 4|
|Dependent Branches Problem 5|
|Goods invoiced at SP to Branches & Its Accounting Aspects|
|Dependent Branches Problem 6 (invoice @ SP)|
|Dependent Branches Problem 7 (invoice @ SP)|
|Dependent Branches Problem 8 (invoice @ SP)|
|Case Study Branch Account Gross Profit|
|Stock and Debtors system|
|Problem 9 Stock and Debtors System|
|Problem 10 Stock and Debtors System|
|Problem 11 stock and Debtors System|
|Final Accounts Method|
|Problem 12 Branch Trading & P&L A/c (cost)|
|Problem 13 Branch Trading A/c (Invoice Price)|
|Problem 14 Branch Trading P&L A/c (Invoice Price)|
|Case Study Debtors method and Final Accounts|
|Problem 15 on stock and Debtors system|
|Problem 16 Stock and Debtors System|
|Case Study Stock & Debtors Method|
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|Whole Sale Branch system|
|Problem 17 Whole Sale Branch system|
|Problem 18 Whole Sale Branch system|
|Problem 19 Whole Sale Branch system|
|Independent Branches Introduction|
|Independent Branches Accounting Entry Part 1|
|Independent Branches Accounting Entry Part 2|
|Independent Branches Problem 20|
|Independent Branches Problem 21|
|Independent Branches Problem 22|
|Independent Branches Problem 23|
|Incorporation of Branch Trial Balance|
|Incorporation of Branch Trial Balance Problem 24|
|How to Close Books of Branches|
|Closure of Branch books Problem 25|
|Closure of Branch books Problem 26|
|Closure of Branch books Problem 27|
|Integral and Non Integral Foregin Branch|
|Indicators of Non Integral Foreign Operation|
|Techniques for Foreign Currency Translation Integral Foreign Operation|
|Techniques for Foreign Currency Translation Non Integral Foreign Operation|
|Case 1 Integral Foreign Operation Trial Balance|
|Case 2 Integral Foreign Operation P&L and Balance Sheet|
|Chapter 6 - Accounts from Incomplete Records|
|Introduction to Single Entry System|
|Features of Single Entry System|
|Types of Single Entry|
|Methods of Capital Comparison|
|Difference between Statement of Affairs and Balance Sheet|
|Ascertainment of Profit by Capital Comparison - Single Entry System|
|Statement of Affairs Format for Ascertaining Capital Position|
|Statement of Affairs & Profit Computation Case 1|
|Statement of Affairs & Profit Compuation Case 2|
|Suppressed Income Case 3|
|Chapter 7 - Partnership Accounts|
|Dissolution of Partnership Firm|
|Settlement of Accounts on Dissolution|
|Realisation of Assets and Liabilities|
|Settlement of Dues of the Partners|
|Case 28 Settlement of Dues to the Partners|
|Case 29 Settlement of Dues to the Partners|
|Insolvency of Partner|
|Highest Relative Capital Method|
|Case 1 Highest Relative Capital Method|
|Case 2 Highest Relative Capital Method|
|Case 3 Highest Relative Capital Method|
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