CWA ICWA Question Papers Final Group IV Advanced Financial Accounting and Reporting December 2010

CWA ICWA Question Papers Final Group IV

Advanced Financial Accounting and Reporting December 2010

 

 

 

This Paper has 36 answerable questions with 5 answered.
F—P16(AFA)
Syllabus 2008
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Full Marks : 100
The figures in the margin on the right side indicate full marks.
PART A questions are compulsory. Attempt all of them.
PART B has seven questions. Attempt any five of them
Please: (1) Write answers to all Parts of a question together
(2) Open a new page for answer to a new question
(3) Attempt the required number of questions only.
(4) Indicate in the front page of the answer book the required question attempted.
PART A (25 Marks)
Marks
1. (a) In each of the cases given below, one out of four alternatives is correct. Indicate the correct answer ( = 1 mark) and give your workings/reasons briefly (= 1 mark): 2×6=12
(i) GANGOTRI LTD. has provided depreciation as per Accounting records Rs.4 lakhs and as per Tax records Rs.7 lakh. Unamortised preliminary expenses, as per tax record is Rs.5600. There is adequate evidence of future profit efficiency. If the tax rate applicable to the company is 40%, what would be deferred Tax liability as per AS–22.
A. Rs.1,20,000;
B. Rs.1,17,760;
C. Rs.1,12,240;
D. None of (A), (B) and (C).
(0)
(ii) ANURAG LTD. purchased a Plant on 1.4.2008 for Rs.10,00,000. It provides depreciation @ 20% on W.D.V. during the year ended on 31.3.2010. What would be the carrying amount of Plant on 31.3.2010, if the company provided impairment loss on Plant for Rs.1,00,000?
A. Rs.5,40,000;
B. Rs.6,40,000;
C. Rs.7,40,000
D. Insufficient Information.
(0)
(iii) VARTUAL LTD. acquired 1000 shares in ANKIT LTD. at a Cum–right price of Rs.250 per share. Ankit Ltd. offered right shares of one for every two held at Rs.125 per share. After the right issue the share price fell from Rs.250 to Rs.200 per share. If the rights were sold by vartual Ltd. at Rs.70 per share, what would be the carrying cost of investment in Ankit Ltd. after the sale of rights?
A. Rs.2,50,000;
B. Rs.2,15,000;
C. Rs.2,85,000;
D. None of (A), (B) and (C).
(0)
(iv) The fair market values of Pension Plan assets of ASILEENA LTD. at the begining of year 2009–10 was Rs.7,00,000. The employer contribution to the plan and Benefit payments made to retirer during the year were Rs.1,00,000 and Rs.40,000 respectively. If the actual return on pension Plan assets is Rs.50,000, what would be the Fair market value of pension plan at end of year 2009–10 (As per–AS–15)?
A. Rs.8,00,000;
B. Rs.8,10,000;
C. Rs.8,30,000;
D. Insufficient Information.
(0)
(v) On July 01,2009 GRENISON LTD. acquired 7000 Equity shares of NARMADA LTD. for consideration of Rs.8,00,000. The Share Capital of NARMADA LTD. consists of 10,000 Equity shares of Rs.100 each.
The balances of General Reserve and Profit and Loss Account of NARMADA LTD. are as under:

As on July 01, 2009
Rs. As on March 31, 2010
Rs.
General Reserve
Profit and Loss A/c 1,70,000
1,50,000 2,00,000
1,75,000
What will be the amount of Minority Interest to be shown in Consolidated Balance Sheet as on March 31,2010:

A. Rs.3,07,500;
B. Rs.3,60,000;
C. Rs.4,12,500;
D. Insufficient information
(0)
(vi) The following data is extracted from the books of HYDER LTD. as on March 31,2010.
Paid up value of an Equity Share
Nominal value of an Equity Share
The Yield rate of return of the company :
:
: Rs.10
Rs.20
15.75%
If the normal rate of return is 9%, what would be value of an Equity Share of HYDER LTD.

A. Rs.20.00;
B. Rs.17.50;
C. Rs.15.75;
D. None of the above.
(0)
(b) Choose the most appropriate one from the stated options and write it down (only indicate A, B, C, D as you think correct): 1×5=5
(i) According to AS–29, Restructuring Cost does not include:
A. Cost of Sale or termination of line of business;
B. Cost of retraining or relocating continuing staff;
C. Market Cost;
D. Both B and C above.
(1)
(ii) As per AS–26 when an intangible asset is required by issue of shares and other securities, the cost of intangible asset should be recorded at:
A. Fair value of the intangible asset acquired;
B. Fair value of the shares and other securities issued;
C. A or B which is more evident;
D. None of (A), (B), (C).
(1)
(iii) ARKUTI LTD. has different distinguishable segments–One of them is engaged in providing an individual product and it is subject to risk and returns. Such segment is known as:
A. Business Segment;
B. Reportable Segment;
C. Geographical Segment;
D. Primary Segment.
(1)
(iv) Under the purchase method of accounting the transferee company incorporates into its books (As per AS–14):
A. The Assets and liabilities of the transferor company;
B. The Assets, liabilities and statutory reserves of the transferor company;
C. The Assets, liabilities and non-statutory reserves of the transferor company;
D. The Assets, liabilities and reserves of the transferor company.
(1)
(v) The chairman of the Public accounts Committee is appointed from amongst the members of Lok Sabha elected to the Committee by–
A. President of India;
B. The speaker of Lok Sabha;
C. Prime Minister;
D. None of the above
(1)
(c) (i) Define ‘Firm Commitment’ relating to Hedge Accounting. 2×4=8 (0)
(ii) Explain the meaning and significance of going concern concept of accounting. (0)
(iii) Securitisation is different from factoring. Comment. (0)
(iv) State briefly the disclosure requirements in Balance Sheet in respect of State level Value Added Tax (VAT). (0)
PART B (75 Marks)
Marks
2. (a) Mr. RAJA enters into certain equity derivative instruments contracts on March 27, 2010. The initial margin on these contracts, calculated as per span, is Rs. 35,000. The margin for the subsequent days, calculated as per span is a follows:
On 29th March, 2010 Rs.40,000

On 30th March, 2010 Rs.30,000

On 31st March, 2010 Rs.32,000

Show the journal entries for the Payment/Receipt of the initial margin and disclosure requirement in the Balance Sheet.

6 (0)
(b) X Ltd. had issued debentures which had been guaranteed by the Government of India both as to the repayment of the principal and interest. The company disclosed the same as ‘secured loans’ in their balance sheet, Comment. 3 (0)
(c) The following are the Balance Sheets of Bat Ltd. and Ball Ltd. as on 31st March, 2010.
Bat Ltd.
Rs. Ball Ltd.
Rs.
(in crores)
Sources of funds:
Share Capital:
Authorised
Issued and Subscribed:
Equity shares of Rs.10 each fully paid
Reserves and surplus
Shareholders funds
Unsecured loan from Bat Ltd.

Funds employed:
Fixed assets: Cost
Less: Depreciation :
Written down value
Investments at cost:
30 lakhs equity shares of Rs.10 each of Ball Ltd.
Long–term loan to Ball
Current assets
Less: Current liabilities

100
33

25

12
88
100

100

70
50
20

3
10

67
100

34
15

5

5
10
15
10
25

30
24
6


19
25
On that day Bat Ltd. absorbed Ball Ltd. The members of Ball Ltd. are to get one equity share of Bat Ltd. issued at a premium of Rs. 2 per share for every five equity share held by them in Ball Ltd. The necessary approvals are obtained.

You are asked to pass journal entries in the book of Bat Ltd. to give effect to the above.

6 (0)
3. (a) A company purchased a plant for Rs.25 lakhs during the financial year 2009–10 and installed it immediately. The price charged by the vendor included excise duty (cenvat credit available) of Rs.2.50 lakhs. During this year, the company also produced excisable goods on which excise duty chargeable is Rs.2.25 lakhs. Show the journal entries describing cenvat credit treatment and at what amount should the plant be capitalised? 6 (0)
(b) An enterprise, which has neither more than one business segment nor more than one geographical segment, is required to disclose segment information as per AS 17. Comment. 3 (0)
(c) Following details are given for PHIMPEX LTD’s for the year ended March 31, 2010.
(Amount in Rs. lakh)
Sales:
Food Products
Plastic and Packaging
Health and Scientific
Others
Expenses:
Food Products
Plastic and Packaging
Health and Scientific
Others
Other items:
General Corporate Expenses
Income from investments
Interest expenses
Identifiable Assets:
Food Products
Plastic and Packaging
Health and Scientific
Others
General Corporate Assets
Other information;
(i) Inter-Segment sales are as below:
Food Products
Plastic and Packaging
Health and Scientific
Others
(ii) Operational Profit includes Rs. 33 lakhs on inter-segment sales.
(iii) Information about inter-segment expenses are not made available.
5650
625
345
162

3335
425
222
200

7320
1320
1050
665

6782

4182

562
132
65

10355
722

55
72
21
7
Required:

Prepare a statement showing financial information about PHIMPEX LTD’s operations in different industry segment-keeping in view AS–17.

6 (0)
4. (a) SONEX LTD was incorporated on 1st April, 2010 to take over the running business of Mr. Daga.
The purchase consideration was satisfied by allotment of:

(i) 15,000 equity shares of Rs.10 each issued at a premium of Rs.2 per share,
(ii) 12,000 10% redeemable preference shares of Rs.10 each at par, redeemable on 31.03.15.
(iii) Rs.70,000 paid in Cash.
The company issued a prospectus for issuing 50000 equity shares of Rs.10 each at a premium of Rs.2 per share and 20000 10% redeemable preference shares of Rs.10 each at par. The entire amount in respect of the issue was received by 30th June, 2010 except final call of Rs.3 per share on 2500 shares issued to Mr. P, a Director. Underwriting commission @ 2.5% on nominal value of equity shares and @ 3% on preference shares were paid to a Merchant Banker.

The preliminary expenses were estimated at Rs.75,000 in the prospectus but the actual expenses incurred was as under:

Rs.
Solicitor’s fee
Printing of memorandum
Stamping and Registration
Advertisement expenses 10,000
20,000
30,000
28,000
(Rs.10000 remaining unpaid)
The company purchased a plot of land for Rs.1,20,000. Further, it advanced Rs.2,30,000 for construction of office building and Rs.3,50,000 to a supplier, being 35% of contract price for supply of machinery. A part of the investments taken over from Mr. Daga was sold for Rs.80,000 (Rs.5,000 in excess of their book value).

Prepare a receipts and payments account and other relevant financial information to be included in the statutory report pursuant to sec. 165 of the Companies Act, 1956 in respect of SONEX LTD. made upto 30th June, 2010.

7 (0)
(b) The following is the Balance Sheet of DELTA LTD as on 31–03–2010
(Amount in Rs. lakh)
Liabilities Rs. Assets Rs.
Share Capital
Equity shares of Rs.10 each
Security Premium
Revenue Reserve
Profit and Loss A/c
12% Debentures
Sundry Creditors
8.00
1.50
7.80
1.50
20.00
5.20 Fixed Assets
Non–Trade investments
Stock in Trade
Sundry Debtors
Cash at Bank 22.50
4.50
5.80
4.20
7.00
44.00 44.00
The company bought back 20,000 shares at Rs.30 each. The transaction in respect of buy back was financed by sale of 4/5th of non trade investments for Rs.6.20 lakhs.

Show important accounting entries in the books of the company to record buy back and also show the balance sheet after buy back.

6 (0)
(c) How should deferred tax assets and deferred tax liabilities be disclosed in the balance sheet of a company? 2 (0)
5. (a) The following information has been extracted from the Annual Report 2009–10 of SITERAZE LTD.
BALANCE SHEET AS ON MARCH 31
(Rs. in Million)
2009 2010
Sources of Fund:
Shareholders’ Funds:
Share Capital
Reserve and Surplus
Secured Loans

Application of Fund:
Fixed Assets (Gross Block)
Less: Depreciation
Net Block
Capital Work–in–Progress

Investments
Deferred tax assets
Current Assets, Loans and Advances:
Sundry Debtors
Cash and Bank
Loans & Advances

Less: Current liabilities & Provisions
Liabilities
Provisions

Net Current Assets
Total

350
13250

13600

4500
1800
2700
1200
3900
880
105

3050
6500
2700
12250

1135
2400
3535
8715
13600

350
17450

17800

5750
2050
3700
520
4220
950
120

3400
9000
3100
15500

1240
1750
2990
12510
17800
Profit and Loss Account for the year ended on March 31
2009 2010
(Rs.in Million)
Income:
Sales and Operational Income
Other Income
Total
Expenditure:
Product Development expenses
Gross Profit
General and Administrative expenses
Selling and Marketing expenses
Profit before Depreciation, Interest and taxes
Depreciation
Profit before Interest and taxes
Interest
Profit after Interest and depreciation
Provision for taxes
Profit after taxes
15600
680
16280

8800
7480
1080
730
5670
540
5130

5130
650
4480
20250
510
20760

11100
9660
1280
920
7460
450
7010

7010
910
6100
Other Information is available from the Annual Report for 2009–10.



– Beta variant
Return on Risk free Investment
Equity Risk Premium 1.20
8%
7.5%
Required

Calculate the Economic Value Added of SITERAZE LTD for the year 2009–10.

6 (0)
(b) On 1st October, 2009, GREEN GARDEN LTD (Construction Company) undertook a contract to construct a building for Rs.170 lakh: On 31st March, 2010 the company found that it had already spent Rs.129.98 lakh on the construction. Prudent estimate of additional cost for completion was Rs.64.02 lakh.
Required:

What is the additional Provisions for foreseeable loss, which must be made in the final accounts for the year ended 31st March, 2010 as per provisions of AS–7?

5 (0)
(c) Discuss the provision of the constitution of India to safeguard the Independence of the comptroller and Auditor General of India. 4 (0)
6. (a) AIR LTD, SEA LTD and RAIL LTD are members of a group. AIR LTD bought 70% of the shares of SEA LTD on October, 1,2008 and 30% of the shares of RAIL LTD on 1st January, 2010. SEA LTD bought 60% of the shares of RAIL LTD on October 1, 2009.
Profit and Loss Account
Balance as
on 1.4.2009
Rs. Profit/(Loss)
for 2009–10
Rs. Balance as
on 31.3.2010
Rs. Company Formed
AIR LTD
SEA LTD
RAIL LTD 55,000
20,000

(Dr.) 25,000
47,500
24,000

(Loss) 80,000
27,500
24,000

(Dr.) April 1, 2007
April 1, 2008
April 1, 2009
State how the Profit/(loss) will be reflected in the consolidated Balance Sheet.

8 (0)
(b) State briefly the reporting requirements as to environmental statement in the Directors’ Report of companies. 4 (0)
(c) The surplus arising from sale of investments was set off against a non-recurring loss and was not disclosed separately. Comment. 3 (0)
7. Answer the following questions: 5×3=15
(a) XY Ltd. was making provisions for non-moving stocks based on issues for the last 12 months upto 31.3.2009. Based on technical evaluation, the company wants to make provisions during the year 2009–10.
Total value of stock–Rs. 150 lakhs.

Provisions required based on 12 months issue Rs.4.0 lakhs

Provisions required based on technical evaluation Rs.3.20 lakhs.

Does this amount to change in accounting Policy? Can the company change the method of provision?

(0)
(b) PQ Ltd. has been including interests in the valuation of closing stock. In the accounting year 2009–10 the management of the company decided to follow AS–2 and accordingly interests have been excluded from the valuation of closing stock. This has resulted in decrease in profits by Rs.250,000.
Is a disclosure necessary? If so, draft the same.

(0)
(c) AB Ltd. has set up its business in a designated backward area which entitles the company to receive from the Govt. of India a subsidy of 25% of the cost of investment. Having fulfilled all the conditions under the scheme, the company in its investment of Rs.80 crores in capital assets, received Rs.20 crores from the Govt. in February, 2010 in the accounting period 2009–10. The company wants to treat this receipt as an item of revenue and thereby reduce the losses in P. & L. A/c for the year ended 31.3.2010.
Do you think the treatment is justified? Answer with reference to relevant A.S.

(0)
8. (a) Discuss some key differences between IFRS, US GAAP and IGAAP related to
(i) Extra ordinary events;
(ii) Dividends on ordinary equity shares.
5 (0)
(b) The following is an extract from the cash flow statement of VENTEX LTD prepared for the year ended March 31, 2010.
Particulars (Rs. in lakh)
Net Profit
Add: Sale of Investment
Depreciation of Assets
Issue of Preference shares
Loan raised
Decrease in stock

Less: Purchase of Fixed Assets
Decrease in Creditors
Decrease in Debtors
Exchange Gain
Profit on Sale of Investments
Redemption of Debentures
Dividend Paid
Interest Paid

Add: Opening Cash & Cash equivalent
Closing Cash & Cash equivalent

650
60
80
80
120.0
57.0
14.0
9.45 600
700
110
90
45
120
1665.0

1070.45
594.55
123.41
717.96
Required:

Redraft and reconstruct the cash flow statement of VENTEX LTD in proper order for the year ended March 31, 2010 in accordance with AS-3 (Revised) using indirect method.

6 (0)
(c) MS KRITIKA furnishes the following information about all option at the Balance Sheet date (31.3.2010):
Securities PN MO TS
Details of Option bought:
Premium paid
Premium prevailing on Balance sheet date
Details of Option Sold:
Premium received
Premium prevailing on Balance sheet date
15000
22500

7500
18750
7500
3750

22500
15000
7500
6000

7500
11250
Required:

Determine the amount of provision to be made in the books of Account of Ms Kritika.

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