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Major Difference: Revised Schd VI vs Old Schd VI


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Sr. No.

Particulars

Old Schedule Vi

Revised Schedule Vi

1

Rounding off of Figures appearing in financial statement

Turnover of less than Rs. 100 Crs - R/off to the nearest Hundreds, thousands or decimal thereof

Turnover of Rs. 100 Crs or more but less than Rs. 500 Crs - R/off to the nearest Hundreds, thousands, lakhs or millions or decimal thereof

Turnover of Rs. 500 Crs or more - R/off to the nearest Hundreds, thousands, lakhs, millions or crores, or decimal thereof

Turnover of less than Rs. 100 Crs - R/off to the nearest Hundreds, thousands, lakhs or millions or decimal thereof

Turnover of Rs. 100 Crs or more - R/off to the nearest lakhs, millions or crores, or decimal thereof

2

Net Working Capital

Current assets & Liabilities are shown together under application of funds. The net working capital appears on balance sheet.

Assets & Liabilities are to be bifurcated in to current & Non-current and to be shown separately. Hence, net working capital will not be appearing in Balance sheet.

3

Fixed Assets

There was no bifurcation required in to tangible & intangible assets.

Fixed assets to be shown under non-current assets and it has to be bifurcated in to Tangible & intangible assets.

4

Borrowings

Short term & long term borrowings are grouped together under the head Loan funds sub-head Secured / Unsecured

Long term borrowings to be shown under non-current liabilities and short term borrowings to be shown under current liabilities with separate disclosure of secured / unsecured loans.

 

 

 

Period and amount of continuing default as on the balance sheet date in repayment of loans and interest to be separately specified

5

Finance lease obligation

Finance lease obligations are included in current liabilities

Finance lease obligations are to be grouped under the head non-current liabilities

6

Deposits

Lease deposits are part of loans & advances

Lease deposits to be disclosed as long term loans & advances under the head non-current assets

7

Investments

Both current & non-current investments to be disclosed under the head investments

Current and non-current investments are to be discosed separately under current assets & non-current assets respectively.

8

Loans & Advances

Loans & Advance are disclosed alongwith current assets

Loans & Advances to be broken up in long term & short term and to be disclosed under non-current & current assets respectively.

 

 

Loans & Advance to subsidiaries & others to be disclosed separately.

Loans & Advance from related parties & others to be disclosed separately.

9

Deffered Tax Assets / Liabilities

Deferred Tax assets / liabilities to be disclosed separately

Deferred Tax assets / liabilities to be disclosed under non-current assets / liabilities as the case may be.

10

Cash & Bank Balances

Bank balance to be bifurcated in scheduled banks & others

Bank balances in relation to ermarked balances, held as margin money against borrowings, deposits with more than 12 months maturity, each of these to be shown separately.

11

Profit & Loss
(Dr Balance)

P&L debit balance to be shown under the head Miscellaneous expenditure & losses.

Debit balance of Profit and Loss Account to be shown as negative figure under the head Surplus. Therefore, reserve & surplus balance can be negative.

12

Sundry Creditors

Creditors to be broken up in to micro & small suppliers and other creditors.

It is named as Trade payables and there is no mention of micro & small enterprise disclosure.

13

Other current liabilities

No specific mention for separate disclosure of Current maturities of long term debt

Current maturities of long term debt to be disclosed under other current liabilities.

 

 

No specific mention for separate disclosure of Current maturities of finance lease obligation

Current maturities of finance lease obligation to be disclosed.

14

Separate line item
Disclosure criteria

any item under which expense exceeds one per cent of the total revenue of the company or Rs. 5,000 which ever is higher; shall be disclosed separately

any item of income / expense which exceeds one per cent of the revenue from operations or Rs. 1,00,000, which ever is higher; to be disclosed separately

15

Expense classification

Function wise & nature wise

Expenses in Statement of Profit and Loss to be classified based on nature of expenses

16

Finance Cost

Finance cost to be classified in fixed loans & other loans

Finance cost shall be classified as interest expense, other borrowing costs & Gain / Loss on foreign currency transaction & translaton.

17

Foreign exchange gain / loss

Gain / Loss on foreign currency transaction to be shown under finance cost

Gain / Loss on foreign currency transaction to be separated into finance costs and other expenses

18

Purchases

The purchase made and the opening & closing stock, giving break up in respect of each class of goods traded in by the company and indicating the quantities thereof.

Goods traded in by the company to be disclosed in broad heads in notes. Disclosure of quantitative details of goods is diluted



 4 Replies

CA karan gupta (CA) (28 Points)
Replied 18 March 2011

Deepak Thanks for the valuable information. Due you have the above comparison in excel or word file which would be really helpful.


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Originally posted by : CA karan gupta

Deepak Thanks for the valuable information. Due you have the above comparison in excel or word file which would be really helpful.

Download the file attached herewith in word format.


Attached File : 23 major difference.doc downloaded: 200 times

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A comparative study - Schedule VI of the Companies Act, 1956
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Old Vs Revised (2011)
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Detailed Analysis
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Compiled and Prepared by Kantilal Patel and Company


Attached File : 38 sch vi comparison.pdf downloaded: 257 times

Saroja (ACS Trainee) (903 Points)
Replied 01 April 2011

use ful,


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