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MPR sanjay Kumar (CA student)     14 January 2021

Accounting standards

what is AS 12 plse explain me in detailed way with case studies...


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Sourav

Sourav (Student)     14 January 2021

AS 12 Accounting of Government Grants
It describes how grant received from government accounted from way please study icai accounting standards guide regarding this it is not possible to explain here
MPR sanjay Kumar

MPR sanjay Kumar (CA student)     14 January 2021

Thank you very much
Sourav

Sourav (Student)     14 January 2021

Your welcome
as AS 12 describes how grant received deferred into Accounting years and how it is to be shown in financial statements as capital reserve or received for assets
MPR sanjay Kumar

MPR sanjay Kumar (CA student)     14 January 2021

Sir what is mean by material effect and immaterial effect give some examples

yasaswi gomes

yasaswi gomes (My grammar is 💯 good I)     14 January 2021

Mr Sanjay everything has a material effect in IndAS, but when it comes to AS, there are some transactions which are offbalance sheet items. Now presenting them n the balance sheet will give materiality to the users of statements matters. Eg leases and presenting them on the balance sheet, it’s omission or mis statement has an impact to the user. 

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MPR sanjay Kumar

MPR sanjay Kumar (CA student)     14 January 2021

What is mean by prudence with examples

yasaswi gomes

yasaswi gomes (My grammar is 💯 good I)     14 January 2021

I’m not sure about AS conceptual framework, but, prudence is no longer a framework because the IndAS is developed after testing it for presentation, measurement, recognition and disclosures. It means IndAS is error free and materiality is inherent with the standards. Anyone following this will be free from mistakes/bias provides completeness. ...... I went through AS 1 just now and there is an answer which says, the same, you cannot anticipation profits or losses, but should recognise them when they occur only. 


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