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A Student’s Guide to Group Accounts

A student’s guide to Group Accounts
Second Edition

Author: Tom Clendon
ISBN: 978-0-85732-764-2

Price: £25.00

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.

This book

  • 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

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