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content material:

Preface
Guided journey of the book
Acknowledgements
Publisher’s acknowledgements

List of Abbreviations

Part 1 advent to accounting
1 The accounting world
2 Accounting principles and regulations

Part 2 monetary accounting
3 Recording data
4 Sole dealer accounts
5 Company accounts
6 Other entity accounts
7 Cash move statements
case studies

Part three monetary reporting
8 The annual report
9 The annual accounts
10 Interpretation of accounts
11 modern issues
Case studies

Part four administration Accounting
12 Foundations
13 Direct costs
14 oblique costs
15 Budgeting
16 usual costing
17 Contribution analysis
18 Decision making
19 Capital investment
20 rising issues
Case studies

Appendices
Index


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G. in estimating the amount of bad debts. e. they do not have any meaningful effect on the overall results, then there does not appear to be much point in sticking strictly to the ‘rules’. It would not be customary, for example, to estimate the value of small amounts of stationery at the year end and include them in ‘stocks’ or ‘inventories’. But what does ‘small’ mean in this context? Stationery worth £200 may be material to a one-woman business but mean nothing to a multinational company. So materiality is a matter of context; it requires judgement and different people will come to a difference conclusion.

The details are contained within the Companies Act 2006. We will be dealing with company accounts in some detail in Chapters 5 to 9. The not-for-profit sector By ‘not-for-profit’ we mean those entities whose primary purpose is to provide a service to the public rather than to make a profit. We will consider this sector under four main headings: central government, local government, quasi-governmental bodies and social organizations. Within the three governmental groups, there is a wide variety of different types of entity.

Advantages Disadvantages 1 1 2 2 3 3 Going concern Irrespective of the chosen accounting period it is usual to assume that an entity will continue in business for the foreseeable future. If this is not the case then different accounting procedures would be adopted. But how is it possible to determine with any certainty whether an entity is a ‘going concern’ especially when business is bad such as in a recession? 3 The entity rule: separation of business and private affairs News clip Liverpool FC concern Liverpool FC’s parent company may not be able to continue trading as a going concern.

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