Corporate Accounting is a special branch of accounting which deals with the accounting for companies ,preparation of their final accounts and cash flow statements, analysis and interpretation of companies’ financial results and accounting for specific events like amalgamation, absorption, preparation of consolidated balance sheet, etc.
The different standards and principles associated with the corporate accounting play the major roles in the formation of financial statements and relevant accounts associated with the operations of an organization. In addition, the companies are responsible for addressing the inclusion of different accounting concepts and standards in their operations as part of forming their annual reports.
|Lesson 1: Amalgamation and Absorption|
|Amalgamation, Absorption and Reconstruction||00:30:00|
|Types of Amalgamation||00:45:00|
|Methods of Calculation of Purchase Consideration||01:00:00|
|Pooling of Interest Method- Accounting Treatment||01:15:00|
|Purchase Method- Accounting Treatment||00:45:00|
|Lesson 2: Internal and External Reconstruction|
|Lesson 3: Accounting for Internal reconstruction|
|Lesson 4: Holding and subsidiary companies|
|Lesson 5: Banking Companies|
|Lesson 6: Liquidation|
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