Finance & Accounting

Accounting Equation Solved Problems for Class -11 (TS Grewal)

The accounting equation is like the foundation of a house, supporting everything built on top of it. In simple terms, it shows that everything a company owns (its assets) is funded either by what it owes (its liabilities) or by what the owners have invested (its equity). The accounting equation, fundamental to the double-entry accounting …

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NMIMS Assignment – Corporate Finance for April 2024

With the following information, calculate Degree of Operating, Financial and Total Leverage. Sharma & Co. had a sales of Rs. 25, 00,000 in their jewellery making business. That year they sold 15,000 units. The cost of production was as follows: Raw Material 450000 Labour 750000 Factory Overheads Fixed 120000 Variable 85000 Further the company incurred …

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NMIMS Financial Accounting & Analysis Assignment -April 2024 Examination

Prachi Industries purchased a land worth 2 crores, office fixtures and furniture worth Rs 50 lakhs. Five years back the company has purchased an investment property for Rs 5 crores out of which today they disposed of 20% of the property, at a realizable value of Rs 3 crores. As a consultant to the company …

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Corporate Reporting – Question & Answers

What do you mean by Corporate Reporting? Corporate reporting in the Indian context refers to the process of disclosing financial and non-financial information about a company’s performance and activities to its stakeholders. This reporting is essential for maintaining transparency, accountability, and building trust among investors, regulatory bodies, employees, customers, and the general public. Corporate reporting …

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Income Statement – Solved Sums

Cost & Management Accounting – NMIMS Internal Assignment December 2023 Examination A product sells at Rs. 3 per unit. The company uses a first-in-out actual costing system. A new fixed manufacturing overhead allocation rate is computed each year by dividing the actual fixed manufacturing overhead cost by the actual production. The following data is available …

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Cost Sheet Preparation

Q1. The following details have been extracted from Sam Ltd.’s books of accounts for the year ending March 31, 2023. The manager of the company is shared and divides his time between the factory and the office in the ratio of 20:80. You are required to compute: (a)prime cost, (b) factory overhead, (c) factory cost, …

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Corporate value addition and Economic Value Addition

“Corporate value addition” and “Economic Value Added (EVA)” are concepts that focus on measuring the value created by a company’s operations and financial decisions. Let us delve into each of these concepts: Corporate Value Addition: Corporate value addition refers to the enhancement of a company’s overall value through various strategies, actions, and decisions. It encompasses …

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Financial Markets: Money Market; Capital Market

Financial markets can be broadly categorized into two main types: the Money Market and the Capital Market. These markets serve distinct purposes and involve different types of financial instruments. 1. Money Market: The money market deals with short-term debt securities and financial instruments that have high liquidity and typically mature in one year or less. …

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MBA Case Study Question & Answer

Develop a Public Relations campaign for IRDA to help create awareness about the Life Insurance sector and to educate policyholders about their rights. Title: Empowering Lives: The IRDA Life Insurance Awareness Campaign Objective: The primary objective of this Public Relations campaign is to generate awareness about the Life Insurance sector and educate policyholders about their …

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CU BBA Hons 2021 Solved question paper of Financial Management

Cost (Rs.)                       Anticipated Cash flow after tax per year (Rs.)   Yr. 1 Yr. 2 Yr. 3 Yr. 4 Yr. 5 Machine M                         6,25,000 – 1,25,000 5,00,000 3,50,000 1,50,000 Machine N                       10,00,000 2,50,000 3,50,000 4,00,000 4,25,000 2,00,000 The company’s cost of capital is 16%. You are required to make an appraisal of the two machines …

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