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Posted On 26 April 2011 at 23:36 Report Abuse

 

Hi Friends

Based on my observations and suggestions and comments of various learned people on CCI I reached the conclusion that these are the best books for CA Final course (New). However there are some doubts due to multiple favours for many books in a subject, am also mentioning the options. Please help me select the best...(Keeping in mind that am also going for coaching classes).

 

 

FINANCIAL REPORTING - M.P.VIJAYAKUMAR

ACCOUNTING STANDARDS - M.P.VIJAYA KUMAR/RAWAT/PADUKA

 

SFM - A.N. SRIDHAR

 

ADVANCED AUDITNG - PADUKA + SURBHI BANSAL'S NOTES

 

CORPORATE AND ALLIED LAWS - MUNISH BHANDARI

 

MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING - PADHUKA

 

ISCA   - INSTITUTE STUDY MATERIAL

 

DIRECT TAXES - TN MANOHARAN/PADHUKA

 

INDIRECT TAXES-  INSTITUTE  LATEST STUDY MATERIAL/YOGENDRA BANGAR/AJAY JAIN


Further I noticed that every one suggested to read the modules too for all subjects.


 

Please also enlighten me on that whether my CA Final attempt is due in Nov 12 or May 13

I passed Both groups IPCC in May 10 and registered for articleship on 16th August 2010.

 

Your suggestions are very valuable to me..!!

 



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Indhumathi
CA Final

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Posted On 27 April 2011 at 10:38

Hi

Thank you for your post. :) You r eligible for May 2013 exam.. 





Viren
Chartered Accountant

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Posted On 27 April 2011 at 14:46

Hi Friend,

I heard about following books as a best reference for CA FINAL.

Direct TAX- VINOD GUPTA

INDIRECT TAX- BANGAR

For Others books I Completely agree with you.

Thanks



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akshay malpani
CA - Partner @ Hemant Shah & Associates LLP

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Posted On 27 April 2011 at 14:49

For SFM i think Pattabhi & Bhala is best




CA.ViVeK M ACA
ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT

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Posted On 27 April 2011 at 15:03

For SFM Pattabhi Ram book is better....




Pratz
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Posted On 27 April 2011 at 16:03

http://www.icai.org/post.html?post_id=650

according to above link I think my attempt gonna be nov 2012 as uto nov my articleship balance period would be not more than 12 months...

Pls confirm if am wrong.....




Pratz
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Posted On 27 April 2011 at 16:19

I think for DT - Tn Manoharan and for IDT - Bangar is the best...!!




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Posted On 27 April 2011 at 20:30

  taking into consideration the time left for your exams,

Dont buy books regarding DT, IDT, companies law and accounting standards.

 

they should undergo a sea change by the time you are eligible for exams, and evolve to become Direct tax code, GST act, new companies act and Ind AS.

 

So you would do fine to prepare the other subject first and buy books only with respect to those.

i.e buy books for other topics in accounts, audit, SFM, ancilliary laws, cost and isca.




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Posted On 27 April 2011 at 20:40

By the way, Vinod Gupta modules- DT (after you have learnt the basics from somewhere else....otherwise his books are a jungle and you'll get lost...)

MP Vijay Kumar- Accounting Standards

Understand the basics from somewhere else and then use bangar (Bangar is a strict no-no if you have no back ground in indirect taxes and not taking coaching) ....for basics you could use N.S govindan..

 

If you are starting this early stick to CA material for audit and isca.

Accounts snd SFM.... all books are good... just get your concepts right

 

Law is Munish Bhandari.... But i presume you'll first study ancilliary laws, so use study material...

(munish bhandari main book, not hand book)

 

Cost try Sanjay Aggarwal...  he only provides sums and solutions for practice....its gives a nice feeling to practice from that book....its arranged well, very neat and gives a pretty good variety of sums..anyways except for the quantitative techniques section, we pretty much know all of it from pcc and common sense... so jump to sums right away




Pratz
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Posted On 28 April 2011 at 22:28

Thanx Hardik...



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