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

CWA ICWA Question Papers  Final Group IV

Advanced Financial Accounting and Reporting June 2010

 

 

 

 

This Paper has 30 answerable questions with 0 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 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
(i) SUNNY LTD. acquired 70% shares of HARRY LTD. on October 01, 2009 at a price of Rs.5,00,000.
The Balance of Profit and Loss account of HARRY Ltd. is as under:
As on
April 01, 2009
March 31, 2010 Balance
Rs.80,000 Debit balance
Rs.1,60,000 Credit balance
The share of Capital Profit of SUNNY LTD. at the time of consolidation, is:

A. Rs.28,000
B. Rs.48,000
C. Rs.84,000
D. None of (A), (B), (C)
(0)
(ii) On 1.4.2010, RICH LTD. had 5,00,000 shares outstanding. On 1.6.2010, it issued one new share for each Five shares outstanding at Rs.15. If Fair value of one Equity Share immediately before the right issue is Rs.21, what would be the theoretical ex–rights fair value per share of RICH LTD? As per AS–20.
A. Rs.20.00
B. Rs.18.00
C. Rs.16.00
D. Incomplete information
(0)
(iii) The fair value of Pension Plan Assets of ROLTA LTD. at the beginning and end of the year 2009–10 were Rs.3 lakh and Rs.4.50 lakh respectively. Benefit payment made to retires were Rs.75,000, what would be the employer’s contribution to the Plan during the year, if the actual return on Pension Plan assets are Rs.97,500? As per AS–15.
A. Rs.97,500
B. Rs.1,27,500
C. Rs.1,50,000
D. Insufficient information.
(0)
(iv) ZOOM LTD. acquired 80% of shares of DARK LTD. On March 31, 2010 for consideration of Rs.5,20,000. The share capital of DARK LTD. comprises of 4000 Equity Shares of Rs.100 each. The Capital Profit and Revenue Profits of DARK LTD. were Rs.3 lakh and Rs.1 lakh on the date of acquisition.
The amount of minority interest shown in the consolidated Balance Sheet as on March 31, 2010 is
A. Rs.2,20,000
B. Rs.1,20,000
C. Rs.1,60,000
D. Rs.1,20,000
(0)
(v) STC LTD. had imported raw materials with US $ 1000 on 24.02.2009 when exchange rate was Rs.46.60 per US $. The payment for imports was made on 15.6.2009 when exchange rate was Rs.47.50 per US $. If the rate of exchange on 31.3.2009 is Rs.47.00 per US $, the (Loss)/gain for the financial year 2009–10 will be (as per AS–11)
A. (Rs.500) Loss
B. Rs.500 Gain
C. Rs.400 Gain
D. None of (A), (B), (C)
(0)
(vi) GAYATHRI LTD. purchased 1000 shares in SAVITHA LTD. at Rs.600 per share in 2008. There was a rights issue in 2009 at one share for every two held at a price of Rs.150 per share. If GAYATHRI LTD. subscribed to the rights what would be the carrying cost of 1500 shares?
A. Rs.6,75,000
B. Rs.6,50,000
C. Rs.6,00,000
D. Insufficient information.
(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
(i) As per AS–27, when two enterprises jointly control a property, each taking a share of the rents received and bearing a share of the expenses, the joint venture is of the form:
A. Jointly controlled operation.
B. Jointly controlled assets.
C. Jointly controlled entities.
D. All of the above three.
(0)
(ii) As per AS–22, a deferred asset should be recognised only when there is a certainty of future taxable income to realise in known as
A. Consideration of Prudence
B. Consideration of Conservation
C. Consideration of Consistency
D. Consideration of Caution
(0)
(iii) As per AS–14, the type of Amalgamation are
A. Nature of Merger and nature of Absorption
B. Nature of Purchas and nature of Reconstruction
C. Nature of Purchase and nature of Merger
D. None of the above
(0)
(iv) With which the AS–6 is concerned?
A. Disclosure of Accounting Policies
B. Cash flow statement(Revised)
C. Accounting of Buy back of shares
D. Depreciation Accounting
(0)
(v) Include the power of Audit Committee is/are
A. To investigate any activity within its terms of reference
B. To seek information from any employee
C. To obtain outside legal or other professional advice
D. All the above (A), (B) & (C)
(0)
(c) State with reasons whether the following statements are True or False: 2×3
(i) Revenues are matched with expenses in accordance with the matching principles. (0)
(ii) Issue of bonus shares by the subsidiary company out of pre acquisition profits affects the cost of control. (0)
(iii) Remuneration paid to non–executive director on the Board of Directors is a related party transaction. (0)
(d) what is full abbreviation of: 1×2
(i) SCM (0)
(ii) EIF (0)
PART B (75 Marks)
Marks
2. (a) Explain the difference between IFRS, USGAAP, IGAAP related to
(i) Change in accounting policy
(ii) Prior period items
5 (0)
(b) Zee Ltd. agreed to absorb Gulf Ltd. on 31st March, 2009, whose Balance Sheet stood as follows:
Liabilities Rs. Assets Rs.
Share Capital:
80,000 shares of Rs.100 each
fully paid
Reserve and Surplus:
General Reserve
Secured Loan
Unsecured Loan
Current Liabilities and Provisions:
Sundry Creditors

80,00,000

10,00,000

10,00,000 Fixed Assets
Investment
Current Assets
Loans & Advances:
Stock in Trade
Sundry Debtors 70,00,000

10,00,000
20,00,000
1,00,00,000 1,00,00,000
The consideration was agreed to be paid as follows:

(a) A payment in cash of Rs.50 per Share in Gulf Ltd. and
(b) The issue of shares of Rs.100 each in Zee Ltd., on the baisis of 2 Equity Shares (valued at Rs.150) and one 10% Cumulative Preference Share (valued at Rs.100) for every five shares held in Gulf Ltd.
It was agreed that Zee Ltd. will pay in cash for fractional shares equivalent at agreed value of shares in Gulf Ltd. i.e., Rs.650 for five shares of Rs.500 paid.

The whole of the Share capital consists of shareholdings in exact multiple of five except the following holding:

Bharati
Sonu
Hitesh
Jagat
Other individuals 116
76
72
28
8

(eight members holding one share each)
300
Prepare a statement showing the purchase consideration receivable by above shareholders in shares and cash.

10 (0)
3. (a) Explain the criteria of identification of Reportable Segments as per AS–17. 5 (0)
(b) The following are the Balance Sheet of SUN LTD. and MOON LTD. as at 31.3.2010:
(Figure in Rs.lakh)
CAPITAL AND
LIABILITIES SUN
LTD. MOON
LTD. ASSETS SUN
LTD. MOON
LTD.
Share Capital:
Equity Shares
(Rs.10 per share)
14% Preference Shares
(Rs.100 each)
General Reserve
Export Profit Reserve
Investment Allowance Reserve
Profit & Loss A/c
13% Debentures
(Rs.100 each)
Trade Creditors
Other Current Liabilities

500.00

220.00
50.00
30.00

75.00

50.00
45.00
20.00

300.00

170.00
25.00
20.00
10.00
50.00

35.00
35.00
15.00 Fixed Assets:
Land and Building
Plant and Machinery
Furniture & Fittings
Investments
Current Assets, Loans and
Advances:
Stock
Debtors
Cash & Bank
250.00
325.00
57.50
70.00

125.00
90.00
72.50
155.00
170.00
35.00
50.00

95.00
103.00
52.00
990.00 660.00 990.00 660.00
SUN LTD. takes over MOON LTD. on April, 2010.

The purchase consideration is discharged as follows:

(i) Issued 35,00,000 Equity Shares of Rs.10 each at par with Equity Shareholders of MOON LTD.
(ii) Issued 15% Preference Shares of RS.100 each to discharge the Preference Shareholders of MOON LTD. at 10% premium.
(iii) The Debentureholders of MOON LTD. will be converted into equivalent number of Debentures of SUN LTD.
(iv) The statutory reserves of MOON LTD. are to be maintained for two more years.
Required:

Prepare the Balance Sheet as on April 10, 2010 (Opening Balance Sheet) of SUN LTD. after amalgamation has been carried out on the basis of amalgamation in the nature of the Merger.

10 (0)
4. (a) Briefly describe the role of Public Accounts Committee. 8 (0)
(b) Following is the data regarding Five Segments of ENRON LTD:
(Rs. in lakh)
Particulars Segments Total
M N O P R
1. Segment Revenue
(a) External Sales
(b) Internal Sales

200
300
60
100
40
60

40

500
300
Total Revenue (a+b) 200 360 140 60 40 800
2.
3. Segment Result: (Profit/(Loss)
Segment Assets 30
50 50
100 (20)
30 15
15 5
5 80
200
The General Manager (F&A) is opinion that Segments “M” and “N” alone should be reported. Is he justified in his view? – Discuss with reference to AS–17.

7 (0)
5. Examine the following schedule prepared by X Ltd.
Schedule of funds provided by operations for the year ended 31st July, 2009:
(Rs. ’000) (Rs. ’000)
Sales
Add: Decrease in bills receivable
Less: Increase in accounts receivable
Inflow from operating revenues
Cost of goods sold
Less: Decrease in inventories
Add: Decrease in trade payable
Wages and Salaries
Less: Increase in wages payable
Administrative Expenses
Add: Increase in prepaid payable
Property taxes
Interest expenses 32,760
1,000
(626)

18,588
(212)
81
5,284
(12)
3,066
11

532

18,457

5,272

3,077
428

33,134
Add: Amortisation of premium on bonds payable 20 552 27,786
From Operations
Rent Income
Add: Increase in unearned rent
Income Tax
Less: Increase in deferred tax
Funds from operations
207
3
1,330
50 5,348

210
5,558
1,280
4,278
Required:

(i) What is the definition of funds shown in the Schedule?
(ii) What amount was reported as gross margin in the Income Statement?
(iii) How much cash was collected from the customers?
(iv) How much cash was paid for the purchases made?
(v) As a result of change in inventories, did the working capital increase or decrease and by what amount?
(vi) How much rent was actually earned during the year?
(vii) What was the amount of tax expenses reported on the income statement?
(viii) Can you reconcile the profits after tax with the funds provided by the operation?
15 (0)
6. (a) Maynk buys the following Equity Index option and the seller/writer of this option is Shiva:
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(v)
(vi)
(vii) Date of buy
Type of options
Expiry date
Premium per unit
Contract Multiplier (No. of units)
Margin per unit
Strike price 28th March, 2010
S&P CNX NIFTY – call
31st May, 2010
Rs.21
2,500
Rs.180
Rs.920
Margin calculated by SPAN on 29.3.2010 is Rs.5,60,000; on 30.3.2010 is Rs.3,80,000; and on 31.3.2010; Rs.4,10,000

The prevailing premium rate for the above option on 31.3.2010 is Rs.16 per unit.

You are required to give the journal entries in the books of both the parties. Also, show the Balance Sheet (as on 31.3.2010) extract containing the appropriate disclosure of balance in margin account.

10 (0)
(b) Briefly describe, how do you calculate “Diluted earnings per share” as per accounting standard 20. 5 (0)
7. (a) Following is the Profit and Loss Account of Rukmani Limited for the year ended 31st March, 2010:
(Rs. in lakhs)
To Production and operational Exp.
To Administration Exp.
To Interest and other charges
To Depreciation
To Provision for Taxes
To Net Profit after Tax

To General Reserve
To Proposed Dividend
To Balance c/d 515
25
26
16
82
136
800
67
22
68
157 By Sales
By Other Incomes

By Balance b/d
By Profit for the year 765
35

800
21
136

157
Other information:

(i) Production and operation Expenses includes
(Rs.in lakhs)
Increase in Stock
Consumption of Raw materials
Consumption of Stores
Salaries, Wages, Bonus & other benefits
Cess and Local Taxes
Other manufacturing expenses 126
205
23
42
10
109
515
(ii) Administration Expenses
(Rs.in lakhs)
Salaries & Commission to Directors
Other Admn. expenses 8
17
25
(iii) Interest and other charges
(Rs.in lakhs)
Interest on short term loan from Bank
Interest on long term loan
Interest on Debentures 6
11
9
26
You are required to prepare a Value added (total) Statement for the year ended 31st March, 2010 and show also the reconciliation between Value Added and profit before taxation.

8 (0)
(b) (i) Venus Ltd. has an asset, which is carried in the Balance Sheet on 31.3.2009 at Rs.500 lakhs. As at that date the value inuse in Rs.400 lakhs and the net selling price is Rs.375 lakhs.
From the above data:

(1) Calculate impairment loss;
(2) Prepare journal entries for adjustment of impairment loss;
(3) Show, how impairment loss will be shown in the Balance Sheet.
4 (0)
(ii) Bottom Ltd. entered into a sale deed for its immovable property before the end of the year. But registration was done with registrar subsequent to Balance Sheet date. But before finalisation is it possible to recognize the sale and the gain at the Balance Sheet date? Give your view with reasons. 3 (0)
8. (a) Jagannath Ltd. had made a right issue of shares in 2008. In the offer document to its members, it had projected a surplus of Rs.40 crores during the accounting year to end of 31st March, 2010. The Draft results for the year, prepared on the hitherto followed accounting policies and presented for perusal of the board of directors showed a deficit of Rs.10 crores. The board in consultation with the managing director decided on the following:
(i) Value year – end inventory at works cost (Rs.50 crores) instead of the hitherto method of valuation of inventory at prime cost (30 crores);
(ii) Provide depreciation for the year on straight line basis on account of substantial additions in gross block during the year, instead of on the reducing balance method, which was hitherto adopted. As a consequence, the charge for depreciation at Rs.27 crores is lower than the amount of Rs.45 crores which would have been provided had the old method been followed, by Rs.18 crores;
(iii) Not to provide for after sales expenses during the warranty period. Till the last year, provision at 2% of sales used to be made under the concept of matching of costs against revenue and actual expenses used to be charged against the provision. The board now decided to account for expenses as and when actually incurred. Sales during the year total to Rs.600 crores;
(iv) Provide for permanent fall in the value of investments which fall had taken place over the past five years – the provision being Rs.10 crores.
As Chief Accountant of the Company, you are asked by the Managing Director to draft the notes on accounts for inclusion in the annual report for 2009–2010.

8 (0)
(b) On 31.12.09 the Balance Sheets of H.Ltd. and S.Ltd. disclose the following figures:
H.Ltd.
Rs. S.Ltd.
Rs.
Share Premium
General Reserve
Capital Reserve
Profit and Loss Account 10,000
20,000

30,000 6,000
12,000
8,000
20,000
On the date when H. Ltd. acquired control of S.Ltd., S.Ltd. had Rs.10,000 in Profit and Loss Account and Rs.10,000 in General Reserve, apart from Share Premium and Capital Reserve Account which were same as on 31.12.09. H.Ltd. holds 3/4ths of the shares. H.Ltd. received Rs.6,000 dividend out of pre–acquisition profits. Show how the above figures will appear in Consolidated Balance Sheet.

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