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Publisher:S. Chand & Company Ltd.
Published In:2009
Binding Type:Paperback
Weight:2.86 lbs
Pages:pp. xiii + 1008 in Various Pagings, Tables

The Title "With New Accounting Treatment of Goodwill in Partnership and the Latest Version of Accounting Standards Vol. 1 Reprint" is written by M.C. Shukla. This book was published in the year 2009. The ISBN number 8121903963|9788121903967 is assigned to the Paperback version of this title. The book displayed here is a Reprint edition. This book has total of pp. xiii + 1008 in Various Pagings (Pages). It is a multi volume book, other associated volume(s) is/are With the Latest Version of Accounting Standards , Advanced Accounts . The publisher of this title is S. Chand & Company Ltd.. With New Accounting Treatment of Goodwill in Partnership and the Latest Version of Accounting Standards Vol. 1 Reprint is currently Available with us.

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1. Introduction and Definition
2. Accounting Concepts
3. Conventions
4. Branches of Accounting
5. Systems
6. Rules
7. Accounting Equation Approach
8. The Record
9. The Practical System
10. The Cash Book
11. Purchases and Sales Books
12. Returns Books
13. Distinction between Trade Discount and Cash Discount Debit and Credit Notes
14. Journal
15. Opening Entry
16. Accounts
17. The Ledger
18. Preparation of Ledger Accounts or Posting
19. Balancing the Accounts
20. Classification of Accounts
21. Trial Balance
22. Objectives of Preparing Trial Balance
23. Distinction between Trial Balance and Balance Sheet Methods of Preparing Trial Balance
24. Difference in Trial Balance-errors
25. Classification of Errors
26. Steps to Locate a Mistake
27. Rectification of Errors
28. Suspense Account
29. Correction in the Next Accounting Period
30. Bank Reconciliation Statement
31. Columnar Book Keeping

1. Financial Statements and their Nature
2. Matching Principle
3. Distinction between Capital and Revenue Expenditure
4. Deferred Revenue Expenditure
5. Development Expenditure
6. Capital and Revenue Receipts
7. Revenue Recognition
8. Accounting Slandard-9 (AS-9) Revenue Recognition
9. The Trading Account
10. Various Trading Account Items
11. Closing Stock or Inventories
12. Percentage of Gross Profit to Sales
13. Journal Entries Required to Make the Trading Account
14. Profit and Loss Account
15. Adjustments
16. Expenses that Appear in Profit and Loss Account
17. Provision for Bad Debts
18. Provision for Discounts
19. Depreciation
20. Accidental Losses Such as by Fire or Earthquakes
21. Commission Payable on Profit
22. Closing Entries
23. Balance Sheet
24. Limitations of Financial Statements
25. Accounting Standards
26. Utility of Accounting Standards
27. Procedure of Preparing Accounting Standards
28. Propagation of Accounting Standards
29. Preface to the Statements of Accounting Standards
30. Indian Accounting Standards
31. Accounting Standard 1-disclosure of Accounting Policies
32. Accounting Standard 22-accounting for Taxes on Income
33. Valuation of Inventories
34. Accounting Standard 2 (Revised) - valuation of Inventories

1. General :
i. Promissory Note
ii. Bill of Exchange

2. Advantages of Bills
3. Negotiability
4. Distinction between Promissory Note and Bill of Exchange
5. Distinction between Cheque and Bill of Exchange
6. Dishonour
7. Record of Bills of Exchange or Promissory Notes
8. Entries on Receipt of a Bill
9. Endorsement of Bill
10. Noting
11. Renewal of a Bill
12. Entries to be Made on Acceptance of a Bill
13. Bills Receivable and Bills Payable Books
14. Accommodation Bills
15. Distinction between Accommodation Bill and Trade Bill
16. Bankruptcy
17. Bills Sent for Collection

1. Consignment
2. Account Sales
3. Del Credere Commission
4. Books of the Consignor
5. Books of the Consignee
6. Valuation of Stock
7. Loss of Goods-abnormal
8. Normal Loss
9. Invoicing Goods Higher than Cost
10. Memorandum Columns
11. Consignment Stock Account
12. Joint Ventures
13. Distinction between Joint Venture and Consignment
14. Distinction between Joint Venture and Partnership
15. Separate Books
16. Interest Calculation
17. Average Due Date
18. Calculation of Interest by Average Due Date Method
19. Account Current
20. Epoque Method of Calculating Interest

1. Introduction
2. Sectional and Self-balancing Systems
3. Self balancing Ledgers Vs Sectional Ledgers
4. Advantages
6. Disadvantages
7. Scheme of Entries
8. Transfer from one Ledger to Another
9. More than One Sales Ledgers
10. Adaptation of Original Books of Entry

1. Meaning
2. The Need for and Objective of Providing Depreciation
3. The Basic Factors in Calculating Depreciation
4. Methods for Providing Depreciation :
i. Straight Line Method
ii. Written Down Value Method
iii. Annuity Method
iv. Depreciation Fund Method
v. Insurance Policy Method
vi. Sum of the Digits Method
vii. Revaluation Method
viii. Depletion Method
ix. Machine Hour Rate Method
x. Repairs Provision Method

5. Depreciation of Various Assets
6. Consistency
7. Depreciation on Replacement Cost
8. As 6 (Revised) : Depreciation Accounting
9. Introduction
10. Definitions
11. Explanation
12. Disclosure
13. Accounting Standard
14. Provisions, Reserves and Reserve Funds
15. Capital Reserves
16. Secret Reserves
17. General and Specific Reserves
18. Sinking Funds
19. Investment of Reserves
20. Nature of Reserves

1. Nature
2. Receipts and Payments Account
3. Distinction between Receipts and Payments Account and Income and Expenditure Account
4. Distinction between Income and Expenditure Account and Profit and Loss Account
5. Preparation of Income and Expenditure Account from receipts and Payments Account
6. Preparation of Receipts and Payments Accounts from Income and Expenditure Account
7. Income-expenditure Account for Professional People

1. Definition and Defects
2. Double Entry System vs. Single Entry System
3. Ascertainment of Profit
4. Conversion of Single Entry into Double Entry
5. Abridged Conversion
6. Ascertaining Credit Sales and Purchases
7. Bills Receivable and Bills Payable
8. Ascertaining Debtors and Creditors, etc., Sales and Purchases Being given
9. Ascertaining Sales from Stock Figures and Purchases
10. Systematic "Single Entry"

1. General
2. Definition
3. Rights of Partners
4. Duties of Partners
5. Powers of Partners
6. Kinds of Partners
7. Accounts
8. Interest
9. Distribution of Profits
10. Fixed and Fluctuating Capitals
11. Goodwill
12. Definition
13. Valuation of Goodwill
14. Accounting Treatment of Goodwill
15. Change in the Profit-sharing Ratio
16. Admission of a Partner
17. Goodwill
18. Revaluation of Assets and Liabilities
19. New Profit-sharing Ratio
20. Reserves, etc., Created Out of Profits
21. Capitals of Partners to be Proportionate to Profit-sharing Ratio
22. Distinction between Contribution and Purchase of Share
23. Retirement of a Partner
24. Treatment of Goodwill
25. Revaluation of Assets and Liabilities
26. Payment of Retiring Partner's Loan
27. Purchase of Retiring Partner's Share by the Remaining Partners
28. A Share of Profits for the Retiring Partner
29. Death of a Partner
30. Joint Life Policy
31. Individual Policies
32. Annuities
33. Amalgamation of Firms

1. General
2. Settlement of Accounts
3. Firm's Debts and Private Debts
4. Entries in Books
5. Goodwill
6. Dissolution before Expiry of Fixed Term
7. Sale to a Company
8. Insolvency of Partners
9. Garner Vs. Murray
10. When All Partners are Insolvent
11. Gradual Realisation of Assets and Piecemeal Distribution
12. Proportionate Capitals
13. Maximum Loss Method

1. Distinction between Branches and Departments
2. Different Types of Branches
3. Accounts of Various Types of Branches
4. Branch Selling Only for Cash
5. Branch Selling Both for Cash and Credit
6. Goods Invoiced to Branch at a Price Higher than the Cost
7. Stock and Debetor System
8. Distinction between whole Sale and Retial Profit at a Branch
9. Branch Maintaining Independent Accounts or "Independent" Branch
10. Incorporation of Branch Trial Balances in Head Office Books
11. Foreign Branch
12. Accounting Standard 11 - accounting for the Effects of Changes in Foreign Exchange Rates
13. Departmental Accounts
14. Allocation of Expenses
15. Inter-department Transfers Presentation
16. Presentation

1. Meaning
2. Distinction between Hire-purchase and Instalment System
2. Calculation of Interest
3. Calculation of Cash Price
4. Entries in the Books
5. Books of Hire-purchaser
6. Books of Hire-vendor
7. Return of Goods
8. Repossession of a Part of the Asset
9. Reserve for Service
10. Hire-purchase Trading Account
11. Stock and Debtors Method
12. Theoretical Consideration Regarding Stock Reseves or Profit Considered to have been Earned on Hire-purchase Sales
13. Entries in case of Instalment System
14. Lease
15. Types of Lease
16. Distinction between Finance Lease and Operating Lease
17. Advantages and Disadvantages of Leasing
18. Accounting Standard 19 - Leases

1. Loss of Stock
2. Self-insurance and Co-insurance
3. Meaning of Fire
4. Consequential Loss or Loss of Profits
5. Computation of Claim
6. The Amount of Policy
7. Workmen's Compensation Insurance
8. Insurance at Lloyds

1. Meaning Individuals and Partnerships
2. Accounts
3. Statement of Affairs
4. Deficiency Accounts
5. Distinction between Statement of Affairs and Balance Sheet
6. Distinction between Statement of Affairs and Deficiency Account Insolvency of a Firm

1. General
2. Minimum Rent or Dead Rent
3. Short Workings Recoverable
4. Royalties Receivable
5. Sub-lease

1. Nature
2. Work in Progress
3. Work Certified and Payment
4. Work in Progress Uncertified
5. Profit on Incomplete Contract
6. Estimated Profit
7. Accounting Standard 7 - Accounting for Construction Constracts

1. Empties and Packages
2. Investment Accounts
3. Voyage Accounts
4. Accounts of Solicitors
5. Sale or Return
6. Accounts of Underwriters
7. Accounts of Hotel
8. Nature of Hotel Business
9. Source of Revenue of a Hotel
10. Heads of Expenditure of a Hotel
11. Types of Guests
12. Room Rates
13. Bases of Charging Room Rates
14. Service Charge
15. Allowances to Guests
16. Room Occupancy Rate
17. Daily Occupancy of Rooms
18. Bed Occupancy Rate
19. Double Occupancy Rate
20. Tabular System of Book-keeping
21. Visitor or Guests Ledger