Consolidating group accounts is a crucial area of understanding for both professional and university students to grasp. Focusing on the greatest areas of difficulty, A Student’s Guide to Group Accounts helps to unravel the maze and provides an invaluable study aid for both struggling students and those looking for extra help to pass their exams.
- Assumes no prior knowledge of group accounting
- Builds the story from the beginning of how to prepare group accounts, with theoretical explanations and practical examples
- Offers comprehensive coverage of all group accounting issues, including the NCI at fair value at acquisition, goodwill, step acquisitions, complex group structures, disposals and foreign currency subsidiaries
- Reflects all the changes introduced by IFRS 10-13
- Is written in a relaxed, but authoritative style reflecting the approach of a top tutor
- Is designed primarily as a study aid to be read from beginning to end
- Is an invaluable revision aid, containing recap chapters, mind maps and plenty of practice questions with easy to follow answers
- Is also a reference book containing well indexed technical corners at the end of each chapter where further technical issues are explained and discussed
- Is accompanied by additional free questions and answers online
Who is this book suitable for?
- ACCA Students studying papers F3, F7 and/or P2
- CIMA Students studying papers F1 and/or F2
- ICAEW Students
- Under graduate business study and financial accounting students MBA students