Advanced Accounts - 19th Edition

Advanced Accounts - 19th Edition

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Publisher SChand Publications All Commerce and Economics books by SChand Publications
ISBN 9789352533145
Author: M. C. Shukla, T. S. Grewal, S. C. Gupta
Number of Pages 2322
Edition Nineteenth Edition
Available in all digital devices
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Advanced Accounts by M. C. Shukla, T. S. Grewal, S. C. Gupta
Book Summary:

This comprehensive edition is the most authoritative text on advanced accounting topics. The book continues its legacy and provides a contemporary and comprehensive presentation of a wide spectrum of accounting concepts and applications.

Detailed fundamentals provide a natural grounding and help in gaining accounting skills and knowledge. The book offers a structural presentation with over 500 clear illustrations, extensive exercise questions and updated accounting treatments. The book could be used to great advantage by accounting professionals.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Management Students.
Salient Feature:

1. Complete coverage of accountancy syllabus and up to date discussion of accounting standards.

2. Structured presentation with more than 500 illustrations to explain the concepts and techniques.

3. Balanced theoretical and conceptual coverage to help accounting learners master the subject.

4. More than 450 exercise questions supplemented by essay questions to reinforce learning.

5. Topic of ';Lease' revised as per latest Accounting Standard 17.

6. Multiple choice questions to reinforce understanding.

Table of Content:

1. Fundamental Principles of Accounting

2. Final Accounts

3. Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes

4. Consignments, Joint Ventures, Account Current, Average due Date, etc.

5. Self-Balancing Ledgers

6. Depreciation, Reserves and Provisions

7. Receipts and Payments Account, Income and Expenditure Account and Balance Sheet

8. Single Entry or Accounts from Incomplete Records

9. Partnership Accounts (I)

10. Partnership Accounts (II) (Dissolution)

11. Branch and Departmental Accounts

12. Hire Purchase, Instalments and Lease

13. Insurance Claims

14. Insolvency Accounts

15. Royalties

16. Contract Accounts

17. Miscellaneous

18. Introduction—Shares, Debentures, etc.

19. Final Accounts

20. Valuation of Intangible Assets, Goodwill and Shares; Reorganisation and Reconstruction of Share Capital

21. Business Combination and External Reconstruction

22. Holding Companies

23. Statement of Cash Flows, Funds Flow Statement, Cash Budget and Working Capital

24. Accounting Ratios

25. Insurance Companies

26. Bank

27. Liquidation

28. Computerised Accounting System

29. Inflation Accounting

30. Accounting for Human Resources of an Organisation and Social Responsibility

• Multiple Choice Questions (Chapter wise)