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Ind AS Practices Demystified (4th Edition)

Ind AS Practices Demystified (4th Edition)

by Santosh Maller
Ind AS
About Book:

This book attempts to provide insights on how notable phase I companies and early adopters of Ind AS have transitioned to Ind AS.  To simplify the matters the book is structured in three parts, mentioned as below:

Part I - The book starts with Part I (Ind AS Summaries) covering Ind AS summaries that provide snapshots of Key aspects of all Ind AS standards in an easy to understand, concise and simplified manner.  It Includes Ind AS 115 & 116. 

Part II - This part deals with key practical issues arising under Ind AS along with, perhaps, more importantly, the real-life instances of the issue amongst leading Indian and international companies. The endeavor is to explain complex requirements, including financial instruments and business combinations, in a lucid manner with simple examples and journal entries, followed by extracts from financial statements / results of companies demonstrating their experiences on dealing with the issue, along with Author’s view. 

Ind AS contains extensive presentation and disclosure requirements. Part II includes a separate chapter dedicated to Ind AS presentation and disclosure requirements alongwith extracts from real-life Ind AS financial statements /results of leading Indian companies as also from IFRS financial statements of major international companies. 

Chapter 11 of this division deals with the differences between Ind AS requirements and the provisions of GST laws that Ind AS compliant companies would have to be mindful about. Further chapter 12  takes a look at the key Ind AS impact and emerging practices amongst Ind AS compliant NBFCs along with the extracts from the published financial results of leading NBFCs. 

Added chapter 13, which explains the impact on Financial Reporting due to COVID-19.

Part III (Appendices) includes a case study of a hypothetical company, which provides the transition journal entries and the illustrative  Ind AS financial statements for FY 2019-20 . In October 2018, the MCA issued Division III to Schedule III that is applicable to Ind AS compliant NBFCs. This notification is included in Part III. Part III also includes pertinent circulars, notifications, schedules and other key pronouncements related to Ind AS from various regulators.co.
This book is intended to help the companies to identify Ind AS requirements that are relevant to then and evaluate various accounting policy choice available under Ind AS. For those in the process of preparing their annual Ind AS financial statements, the disclosure related issues would be useful to benchmark with the Ind AS/IFRS disclosures of major companies.  

Key Features:  

  • Ind AS & IFRS experiences and analysis based on Financials of the Companies 
  • Simplified & concise summaries of Key Ind AS standards  (including 115 and 116)
  • Complex Ind AS accounting explained with simple examples and journal entries
  • Separate chapters on MAT implications and Ind AS impact for NBFCs 
  • Key Differences between Ind AS, AS and GST
  • Practical insights along with real-life implementation experiences of Ind AS companies 
  • Ind AS presentation / disclosure requirements, benchmarking with Indian & International best practices 
  • Covers analysis of all latest issues dealt with by ICAI & ITFG Bulletins and latest notifications 
  • Exhaustive Case-study with journal entries & illustrative financial statements  
  • Separate chapter on Ind AS Implication due to COVID-19
Categories: Audit & Accounting
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer
About Publisher:

Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting in India (www.cchifirm.co.in), provides publishing, software and services that deliver vital insights, intelligent tools and guidance of subject-matter experts as well as offer subscription-based products with high quality content in areas including direct and indirect taxation, international taxation, corporate law and several other related topics. Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting (a Wolters Kluwer business) is part of the Wolters Kluwer Group, a leading global information service provider for professionals. Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting publications cover a wide range of topics such as tax, accounting, law, financial planning, human resources and training.

Author: Santosh Maller
About Author:
Santosh Maller :

The author is an Associate Chartered Accountant, having secured rank in CA exams, with about 16 years of extensive experience in Accounting, Audit and Assurance fields. He has worked with several diverse companies, Indian and multinational companies, on IFRS and Ind AS GAAP conversion engagements, in India and overseas, in manufacturing, telecom, real estate, shipping and logistics. He has been a member of IFRS desk/accounting technical professional practice group of a big audit firm for over 8 years. He has had a stint in London, during which he was closely associated with the IFRS standard-setting projects of the International Accounting Standards Board, such as, revenue, leases and financial instruments. The author has been serving as a special invitee on the ICAI’s Accounting Standards Board and has been part of many study groups of the ICAI. He has authored several media articles on Accounting and Valuation and has been an eminent speaker and technical trainer on financial reporting and corporate governance. The author has also authored several other books on Ind AS and taxation.


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Ind AS
About Book:

This book attempts to provide insights on how notable phase I companies and early adopters of Ind AS have transitioned to Ind AS.  To simplify the matters the book is structured in three parts, mentioned as below:

Part I - The book starts with Part I (Ind AS Summaries) covering Ind AS summaries that provide snapshots of Key aspects of all Ind AS standards in an easy to understand, concise and simplified manner.  It Includes Ind AS 115 & 116. 

Part II - This part deals with key practical issues arising under Ind AS along with, perhaps, more importantly, the real-life instances of the issue amongst leading Indian and international companies. The endeavor is to explain complex requirements, including financial instruments and business combinations, in a lucid manner with simple examples and journal entries, followed by extracts from financial statements / results of companies demonstrating their experiences on dealing with the issue, along with Author’s view. 

Ind AS contains extensive presentation and disclosure requirements. Part II includes a separate chapter dedicated to Ind AS presentation and disclosure requirements alongwith extracts from real-life Ind AS financial statements /results of leading Indian companies as also from IFRS financial statements of major international companies. 

Chapter 11 of this division deals with the differences between Ind AS requirements and the provisions of GST laws that Ind AS compliant companies would have to be mindful about. Further chapter 12  takes a look at the key Ind AS impact and emerging practices amongst Ind AS compliant NBFCs along with the extracts from the published financial results of leading NBFCs. 

Added chapter 13, which explains the impact on Financial Reporting due to COVID-19.

Part III (Appendices) includes a case study of a hypothetical company, which provides the transition journal entries and the illustrative  Ind AS financial statements for FY 2019-20 . In October 2018, the MCA issued Division III to Schedule III that is applicable to Ind AS compliant NBFCs. This notification is included in Part III. Part III also includes pertinent circulars, notifications, schedules and other key pronouncements related to Ind AS from various regulators.co.
This book is intended to help the companies to identify Ind AS requirements that are relevant to then and evaluate various accounting policy choice available under Ind AS. For those in the process of preparing their annual Ind AS financial statements, the disclosure related issues would be useful to benchmark with the Ind AS/IFRS disclosures of major companies.  

Key Features:  

  • Ind AS & IFRS experiences and analysis based on Financials of the Companies 
  • Simplified & concise summaries of Key Ind AS standards  (including 115 and 116)
  • Complex Ind AS accounting explained with simple examples and journal entries
  • Separate chapters on MAT implications and Ind AS impact for NBFCs 
  • Key Differences between Ind AS, AS and GST
  • Practical insights along with real-life implementation experiences of Ind AS companies 
  • Ind AS presentation / disclosure requirements, benchmarking with Indian & International best practices 
  • Covers analysis of all latest issues dealt with by ICAI & ITFG Bulletins and latest notifications 
  • Exhaustive Case-study with journal entries & illustrative financial statements  
  • Separate chapter on Ind AS Implication due to COVID-19
Categories: Audit & Accounting
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer
About Publisher:

Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting in India (www.cchifirm.co.in), provides publishing, software and services that deliver vital insights, intelligent tools and guidance of subject-matter experts as well as offer subscription-based products with high quality content in areas including direct and indirect taxation, international taxation, corporate law and several other related topics. Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting (a Wolters Kluwer business) is part of the Wolters Kluwer Group, a leading global information service provider for professionals. Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting publications cover a wide range of topics such as tax, accounting, law, financial planning, human resources and training.

Author: Santosh Maller
About Author:
Santosh Maller :

The author is an Associate Chartered Accountant, having secured rank in CA exams, with about 16 years of extensive experience in Accounting, Audit and Assurance fields. He has worked with several diverse companies, Indian and multinational companies, on IFRS and Ind AS GAAP conversion engagements, in India and overseas, in manufacturing, telecom, real estate, shipping and logistics. He has been a member of IFRS desk/accounting technical professional practice group of a big audit firm for over 8 years. He has had a stint in London, during which he was closely associated with the IFRS standard-setting projects of the International Accounting Standards Board, such as, revenue, leases and financial instruments. The author has been serving as a special invitee on the ICAI’s Accounting Standards Board and has been part of many study groups of the ICAI. He has authored several media articles on Accounting and Valuation and has been an eminent speaker and technical trainer on financial reporting and corporate governance. The author has also authored several other books on Ind AS and taxation.

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