"Case 11 2 A Fair Value Hierarchy" Essays and Research Papers

Case 11 2 A Fair Value Hierarchy

Fair Value: Is It Fair Game For Critics? The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), the accounting standard setters, issued Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 157 Fair Value Measurements that has set off a wave of controversy. Advocates, such as investors, support the idea of financial statements showing true value of a company’s assets and liabilities. Critics, on the other hand, think this pronouncement has caused volatile results in the current inactive market, blaming...

Asset, Balance sheet, Fair value 1495  Words | 5  Pages

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IFRS Fair Value Measure

IFRS 13 Fair Value Measurement applies to IFRSs that require or permit fair value measurements or disclosures and provides a single IFRS framework for measuring fair value and requires disclosures about fair value measurement. The Standard defines fair value on the basis of an 'exit price' notion and uses a 'fair value hierarchy', which results in a market-based, rather than entity-specific, measurement. IFRS 13 was originally issued in May 2011 and applies to annual periods beginning on or after...

Asset, Balance sheet, Fair value 2084  Words | 6  Pages

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Fair Value Accounting

Moving towards Fair Value Accounting In the past, historical cost measures were mainly used for reporting as they are reliable. However, historical cost is only relevant upon acquiring the asset and becomes irrelevant as time passes. On the other hand, fair value-based reporting, which accounts for changes in fair values, can produce balance sheet figures that provide a better reflection of the company’s value. This is also why accounting bodies are moving towards fair value accounting (FVA). One...

Asset, Balance sheet, Costs 2109  Words | 6  Pages

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Balance Sheet and Fair Value

Allfoods Corp. (Allfoods) acquired 80 percent of the outstanding common stock of Baked Beans Corp. in a business combination. After value consideration transferred value of tangible and intangible assets acquired, libilities assumed, I recommend doing this consolidation general entry for the business combination: Dr. | Land | $ 21,000,000 | | | | Dr. | PPE | $ 7,000,000 | | | | Dr. | IPR&D | $ 15,000,000 | | | | Dr. | Trademark | $ 3,000,000 | | | | Dr. | Goodwill...

Asset, Balance sheet, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 807  Words | 4  Pages

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Fair Value Case

Case 11-2(b) Fair Value Disclosures Case 11-2(b) is an extension of Case 11-2(a). For this case, assume that the Case 11-2(a) facts remain, with the exception of the additional assumptions listed below for each security. As stated in Case 11-2(a), Family Finance Co. (FFC) accounts for its investments at fair value, with changes in fair value reflected either in earnings (for trading securities) or other comprehensive income (OCI) (for available-for-sale (AFS) securities). 1 Because FFC uses...

Asset, Balance sheet, Collateralized debt obligation 1941  Words | 16  Pages

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Fair Value Heirarchy

the Fair Value Hierarchy Date: 31/08/2010 Purpose The purpose of this memo is to provide a discussion on the issues of the reliability and relevancy trade off evident between the three levels of the Fair Value Hierarchy. Summary Through research of theories, studies and examples, several issues about the relevance and reliability of the Fair Value Hierarchy arose. The Fair Value Hierarchy has been perceived to present levels of inputs with increasing reliability going up the hierarchy, while...

Annual report, Balance sheet, Critical thinking 1255  Words | 5  Pages

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Goodwill and Fair Value

Assignment: Case No. 2 ACTG 4650, Phillips Due date: June 28, 2012 Trueblood Case 04-9 Healthcare Depot, Part 3 only. You will find the case at the following website. Just pagedown to find case 04-9. http://www.deloitte.com/us/truebloodcases Since we are not doing parts 1 and 2, assume that DDC Distribution and HC Holding are aggregated to be one reporting unit. Type your answers using Microsoft Word. “Goodwill is defined as an asset acquired in a business combination...

Asset, Balance sheet, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 597  Words | 3  Pages

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Hierarchy of Values

Hierarchy of Values Leaders do not demand excellence they develop excellence. Living in Excellence is when "One is being all they can be" while staying in the boundary of what is right for the society. To achieve excellence you must first be a leader of good nature. As young children we were all taught, whether in school or from our parents, about the good characteristics we should strive to achieve. Many think that a person's character is formed very early. For the most part this is correct...

Friedrich Nietzsche, Human, Morality 1079  Words | 3  Pages

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Case: 2-2 Cultural Norms, Fair & Lovely, and Advertising

Case: 2-2 Cultural Norms, Fair & Lovely, and Advertising Summary This case tells how two companies in India, HLL’s Fair & Lovely and Cavin Kare’s Fairever , ran advertising campaigns that were not very ethical. In India fair skin is thought of as more beautiful and desirable than darker skin. Fair & Lovely was the leading company with 90% share and the Cavin Kare’s Fairever was released and they gained 15% share. This made Fair & Lovely launch a series of ads depicting a “fairer girl gets the...

Advertising, Black people, Color terminology for race 1024  Words | 3  Pages

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Depreciation and Fair Value Adjustment

2. On January 1, 2013, JP Corp issued $1 million ten-year bonds. The bonds pay 12% interest semi-annually on June 30 and December 31. The bonds are issued to yield 10%. The bonds are callable at 120 at any time on or after 12/31/2013. JP Corp uses effective interest rate method to calculate their interest expense each period. (12 points) Required: 1) Calculate the issue price of the bonds. Present value of face amount = $1,000,000*0.37689 = 376,890 Present value of interest payments...

Accounts receivable, Asset, Deposit account 414  Words | 3  Pages

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Fair Value Accounting in IFRS Financial Statements

hriffi Fair value accounting in IFRS financial statements Considerable attention is currentiy being given to the use of fair vaiues and fair value accounting in financiai statements prepared under internationai Financiai Reporting Standards. This month's coiumn ciarifies what is meant by fair value accounting and when iFRS require or allow its use. It also identifies the circumstances in which IFRS requires the use of fair value in the application of the historical cost model. In IFRS...

Asset, Balance sheet, Costs 870  Words | 4  Pages

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Mini Case Chapter 11

Mini Case Chapter 11 BUS 401 Principles of Finance Lisa Parker Mini Case 11 Chapter 11 I am aware that this is my new position as assistant financial analyst at Caledonia Products and that I am asked to consider the introduction of a new product into the company. My job will be to analyze the information you require in depth with research regarding my answer. Let it be known that I will have put every ounce of my knowledge into this assignment to make this experience one for the record books...

Cash flow, Corporate finance, Free cash flow 1421  Words | 5  Pages

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Abstract: International Financial Reporting Standards and Fair Value

Current Critique of IAS 2 Inventories Disssertation Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of the National Diploma FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING (SAQA ID 20366) November 2013 Declaration: I declare that this mini-dissertation submitted by me, is my own work, that I have referenced all the sources that I have used and that no aprt was previously submitted at any tertiary institution Signature: Date: Abstract IN this paper I will set out to indicate...

Asset, Balance sheet, FIFO and LIFO accounting 1488  Words | 6  Pages

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Fair Value Accounting

Topic: To what extent is “Fair Value Accounting” an effective method in measuring the values of financial instruments in financial statement? In recent years, the breakout of global financial crisis has raised controversial debates about whether or not fair value accounting (FVA) is an effective method in measuring the values of financial instruments (Laux & Leuz, 2009). As two main accounting standards around the world, both International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and US Financial...

Asset, Balance sheet, Efficient-market hypothesis 1658  Words | 5  Pages

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CASE 2

CASE 2/ Fiat Chrysler alliance 1/ Strengths and weaknesses of Fiat GM alliance Fiat was close to bankruptcy (no sustainable position) ; GM took 20% and Fiat received a put option ; explain ? Relations deteriorated (operations phase), GM became less interested : Alliance was not equal ; The gross of the company has been different (different cycle and country) ; 2/ Strengths and weaknesses of Chrysler Daimler alliance Merger of equals, however Daimler baught Chrysler for bn$ 36 ; isnt’ it surprising ...

Automotive industry, Chrysler, Decision making 877  Words | 4  Pages

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Fair Value

between IFRS and GAAP are rapidly reducing owing to the convergence agenda of both organizations, there are still some significant ones. 1. IFRS has forbidden the use of LIFO method when calculating inventory cost while GAAP still allows this method. 2. IFRS allows the reversal of inventory impairment while GAAP forbids the reversal. 3. In cash flow statement, when it comes to cash collected or paid on interest, in GAAP, it must be classified to cash flow from operating activities, while in IFRS...

Balance sheet, Financial Accounting Standards Board, Financial statements 1005  Words | 7  Pages

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Codification: Stock and Fair Value

equity instruments issued or liabilities incurred and the related cost to the entity as those services are consumed. This Topic uses the terms compensation and payment in their broadest senses to refer to the consideration paid for employee services. 2. How many periods of EPS data must be presented? 260-10-45-7     EPS data shall be presented for all periods for which an income statement or summary of earnings is presented. If diluted EPSdata are reported for at least one period, they shall be reported...

Bond, Corporate finance, Fundamental analysis 839  Words | 3  Pages

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Fair value

Fair value How your property valuations can be fully compliant with HKFRS 13 Property valuations are commonly required for financial reporting purposes. Gary Stevenson explains how they need to meet the upcoming standard on fair value measurement H KFRS 13 Fair Value Measurement provides a single comprehensive source of guidance on how fair value is measured for financial reporting purposes. The standard is applied prospectively for annual periods beginning on or after 1 January...

Asset, Balance sheet, Fair value 1641  Words | 2  Pages

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Corporation and Fair Market Value

1. Sadie incorporates her sole proprietorship with assets having a fair market value of $80,000 and an adjusted basis of $100,000. Even though § 351 applies, Sadie may recognize her realized loss of $20,000. F True False 2. For § 351 purposes, stock warrants are included in the definition of "stock." F True False 3. In order to retain the services of Paige, a key employee in Byron's sole proprietorship, Byron contracts...

Accounts payable, Asset, Balance sheet 910  Words | 5  Pages

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Liability and Fair Market Value

cannot pay a note due that day. It is a $500,000 note with $50,000 accrued interest payable to Edsen, Inc. Edsen agrees to forgive the accrued interest, extend the maturity date to December 31, 2008, and reduce the interest rate to 4%. The present value of the restructured cash flows is $428,000. Instructions Prepare entries for the following: (a) The restructure on Poore's books. (5 points) (b) The payment of interest on December 31, 2007. (5 points) (c) The restructure on Edsen’s books...

1946, 1979, 2007 750  Words | 4  Pages

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Historical Cost V Fair Value

Explanation and Benefits of Fair Value Accounting Prepared by: The Bond Market Association International Swaps & Derivatives Association Securities Industry Association March 26, 2002 Explanation and Benefits of Fair Value Accounting Key Points • • • • Many financial instruments are measured and reported at “fair value.” Financial firms use some form of modeling in estimating fair value for many instruments. Most firms have a robust internal control process for ensuring that the models...

Balance sheet, Bond, Commercial paper 1011  Words | 3  Pages

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Chicago Value Company Case

1. Explain the inputs into 1) the net initial investment outlay at year 0, the initial investment $200,000 which include taxes and delivery, and the cost to install the equipment $12,500. The total net cost $212,500. 2) The depreciation tax savings in each year of the projects economic life, this will show how much the tax savings will be depreciated each year using the MACRS method 3) the projects incremental cash flows? This shows the company profit for each of the eight years. Net Cost MACRS...

Capital budgeting, Cash flow, Depreciation 1136  Words | 4  Pages

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Lessee Ltd.- Lease Case

| Lessee Ltd.- Lease Case | | | | | | 1. Was the junior accountant’s analysis correct? Why or why not? No, the junior accountant’s analysis is not correct in classifying the lease as an operating lease in accordance with IFRS. Whether or not a lease is classified as a finance or an operating lease depends on if all of the benefits as well as risks of ownership have been shifted from the lessor to the lessee. According to IAS 17-10(d), a lease must be classified as a finance...

Business law, Depreciation, Finance lease 954  Words | 3  Pages

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Case 11-3

 Case 11-3 Master of the Universe TABLE OF CONTENTS Statement of facts……………………………………………... 3 Question 1…………………………………………………….. 5 Solution……………………………………………….. 5 Question 2…………………………………….......................... 6 Solution……………………………………………….. 6 Question 3…………………………………………………….. 7 Alternatives…………………………………………… 7 Solution……………………………………………….. 8 STATEMENT OF FACTS ...

Beneficiary, Ecliptic, Geometric albedo 1134  Words | 5  Pages

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Case 10 2 Eagle Impairment Loss

Case 10-2 Eagle Impairment Case Question #1 Under IFRS’ International Account Standard No.36^15 an asset must be assessed for indicators of impairment at the end of each reporting period. The information provided for the commercial building in Italy does not say whether there are is an event or change in circumstances that indicate that book value of the asset may not be recoverable. Since there is no indicator mentioned, one possibility would be that no investigation of impairment take place and...

Asset, Balance sheet, Cash flow 843  Words | 3  Pages

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Case Study: Fair & Lovely

woman may not be alone in this. So it is not fair for her since she bought it for eight long years like she has been loyal to the brand. 2. Is it ethical to exploit cultural norms and values to promote a product? Discuss. No, it is not ethical to exploit cultural norms and values to promote a product. There is no way to do it if you do not match their cultural norms and values. Consumers will not buy the products that do not fit their norms and values. All India Women’s Democratic Association...

Human skin, Human skin color, Melanin 884  Words | 3  Pages

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Case Silic

Case SILIC Question 1 Under IAS 40 companies can either use the cost model or the fair value model for investment property. Investment property is held to earn rentals or for capital appreciation or both of them. Next I will summarize main differences between the value models. If the company has chosen the cost model it can change it to the fair value model later. If the fair value model has chosen it is impossible to move back the cost model in practice. It is very hard to find any good reason...

Asset, Balance sheet, Depreciation 2534  Words | 7  Pages

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Silic HBS case study

Silic Case Report Title of case analysis: Case Silic Date: 2013/11/17 Summary: The Council of Ministers of the European Union approved regulation on applying IFRS for all companies, so Silic, a France-based investment property company, also faces the substantial impact on their accounting standards, needs to choose between historical-cost or fair-value accounting to report its investment properties according to IAS 40. Silic was a major and historical player on the French commercial-property...

Asset, Balance sheet, Commercial property 1969  Words | 7  Pages

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fair value accounting

Fair Value Accounting  Select the archived issue you wish to view:                                                    Standards Fair Value Accounting Fair value accounting contains a superior basis for financial reporting than the outdated historical cost model.   FROM: SEP-OCT 2005 ISSUE | BY HAN DONKER In recent years, international standard setters and regulators such as the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) and the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) have begun...

Asset, Balance sheet, Book value 1570  Words | 5  Pages

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Transfer Pricing and Fair Market Value

Page 1     Transfer Pricing                             Trident University ACC501- Accounting for Decision Making Professor – Dr. Tara Murphy Date – 4/20/2013   Page 2   Trident University ACC501- Accounting for Decision Making Professor – Dr. Tara Murphy Date – 4/20/2013   Transfer Pricing 1. Calculate the increase or decrease in profits for the three divisions and the company as a whole (four separate computations) if the agreement is enforced. Explain your thought...

Cost accounting, Costs, Management accounting 648  Words | 5  Pages

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hi Value case analysis

 Hi-Value Supermarkets- Everyday Low Pricing Case Analysis Kimberly Stamos MKT 601 Section 51 Professor Ivan Vernon April 11, 2014 Case Analysis I. Factual Summary Hi-Value Supermarkets became a division of Hall Consolidated, a privately owned wholesaler and retail food distributor in 1975. Hi-Value Supermarkets is considered to be the smallest of the three supermarkets chains owned by Hall Consolidated, with a small store distribution for its category. Hi-Value was the number...

Delicatessen, Grocery store, Hypermarket 2098  Words | 9  Pages

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Case Study 2

Case Study 2 1. If you had been McLaughlin or Decker, what research would you want done? I would want research done on: How to handle catastrophic disasters in the first 7 days, such as September 11 or Hurricane Katrina. This will help alleviate a great deal of frustration among Americans, who felt helpless to respond productively they felt during these tragedies. 2. Create the management-research question hierarchy for the research you think might help the Red Cross make decisions related...

E-participation, Hurricane Katrina, Level of measurement 617  Words | 3  Pages

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Case Study 2 Xerox (Chapter 2, Case 2)

 Case Study 2: Xerox [Type the document subtitle] 10/7/2014 Organizational Behavior Fall 2014 Professor Falcone Case 2: Xerox Q 1: How would Xerox define Diversity? How has the definition changed over the years? A 1: Diversity means more than race and gender. Diversity means creating an environment where all employees can grow to their fullest potential. The first chairman of Xerox, Johnson C. Wilson had the commitment to diversify. Chairman Wilson took proactive steps to...

Affirmative action, African American, Anne M. Mulcahy 1356  Words | 7  Pages

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Case 2

Case 2.5Alumina Jumps on Bad News 1.Alumina reported an 86.3 per cent fall in first half-year profit, and suspended its final dividend. Why did its share price rise by 9.79 per cent on the announcement date? Although the situation in Alumina was extraordinarily difficult, Alumina firmly believed that the worst reason behind them is the impact of the global crisis, and Alumina were quietly confident that market will begin to improve. In between last November and April, Aluminium prices had since...

Decision theory, Finance, Random walk 934  Words | 3  Pages

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Accounting - Excerise 2-2

EXERCISE 2-2 Acquisition Method The balance sheets of Petrello Company and Sanchez Company as of January 1, 2011, are presented below. On that date, after an extended period of negotiation, the two companies agreed to merge. To effect the merger, Petrello Company is to exchange its unissued common stock for all the outstanding shares of Sanchez Company in the ratio of ½ share of Petrello for each share of Sanchez. Market values of the shares were agreed on as Petrello, $48; Sanchez, $24. The fair values...

Accounting equation, Asset, Balance sheet 993  Words | 4  Pages

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case 2

HISTORY AND PHYSICAL EXAMINATION Patents Name: Benjamin Engelhart Patients ID: 112592 DOB: 10/05/---- Age: 46 Sex: M Date of admission: 11/14/---- Emergency Room Physician: Alex McClure, MD. Admitting Diagnosis: Acute appendicitis HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS: This 46-year-old gentleman with past medical history significant only for degenerative disease of the bilateral hips, secondary to arthritis. Present to the emergency room after having had three days of abdominal pain. It initially...

Abdomen, Arthritis, Crohn's disease 676  Words | 3  Pages

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Questions Of Cases

Hsu Questions of Cases Case 1: Accounting for the iPhone at Apple Presentation date: Oct 22 (Authors: Brochet, Francois;Palepu, Krishna G.;Barley, Lauren) 1. In your opinion, are GAAP or non-GAAP numbers most reflect the economic reality in Apple? 2. Discuss the impact on financial statements for GAAP and non-GAAP numbers. 3. Should APPLE lobby for their non-GAAP numbers to be sanctioned by FASB? 4. Does it matter if the revenue recognition rule for smartphone changes? Case 2: Bausch& Lomb (Authors:...

1927, 1946, 1964 677  Words | 3  Pages

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case 2

STRAMAN K32 Calvin & Friends Adorable, Maria Celine Del Rosario, Calvin Gallego, Ralph Vince CASE 2 1. How strong are the competitive forces confronting Under Armour, Nike, and The Adidas Group? Provide a five-forces analysis to support your answer. 3 out of the 5 are weak 2 out of the 5 are strong = overall weak Under Armour, Nike, Adidas Porter’s 5 Forces 1. Threat of New Entrants low threat high entry barriers large scale production high cost on extensive research and...

Adidas, Brand, Brand management 449  Words | 3  Pages

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Fair and Lovely Case Study

Telling the truth seems like a pretty basic ethical standard. The argument in the industry is that it is the government's job to judge what is right and what is wrong. Shirking its own responsibility for regulation, the industry has belittled business values and agencies have harmed their balance sheets. For any business, customer is very important, and businessman attempt to communicate to all their target customers using means of communication like advertising and sales promotion. Advertising is a...

Advertising, Black people, Human skin color 1601  Words | 6  Pages

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Hierarchy Court

and the superior courts organised in a hierarchy where the Subordinate Courts are at the lower level and the superior courts at the higher level. THE SUBORDINATE COURTS (The Subordinate Courts Act 1948) THE PENGHULU’S COURT - The Penghulu’s Court is presided over by a Penghulu who has limited jurisdiction within a mukim. - In criminal cases, the Penghulu can impose a fine not exceeding RM25. - In civil cases, the Penghulu can try dispute where value of the subject matter does not exceed...

Appeal, Appellate court, Court 1427  Words | 5  Pages

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Company Case 2

Company Case #2 Noncurrent (Long-Term) Liabilities Answer these questions based on the TESORO CORPORATION Form 10-K that is included in the Cases and Discussion Memos Folder on Blackboard. The financial statements begin on page 69, which is shown as the number at the bottom of each page and continue through page 125. The following questions ask about information in the financial statements. While the company may discuss or disclose similar information elsewhere in the filing, in responding to...

Accounting equation, Asset, Balance sheet 1464  Words | 3  Pages

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Historical Cost and Fair Value

Abstract This paper is written for the accounting theory course as a course project. This paper discusses the differences between the historical cost accounting approach and the fair value accounting approach. The discussion will focus on the debate on using which accounting approach. We begin by stating the definitions of both concepts and discussing them thoroughly, then we state the main advantages of the two approaches followed by comparison between them. The last section of this paper discusses...

Asset, Balance sheet, Costs 1721  Words | 6  Pages

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Silic Case

Accy 510 Silic Case Homework Assignment Name: Yue (Josie) Deng Date: June 11, 2012 #1 On 01/01/2003, Silic should record the one-off, fair-value revaluation as result of its adoption of SIIC tax regime. Because the building was appraised at €12,500 and originally bought at €10,000, the firm needs to make a journal entry to account for this increase in value 01/01/2003 Buildings & Land €2,500 Revaluation Surplus €2,500 * Land & Building = €12,500 - €10,000 = €2,500 ...

Asset, Balance sheet, Costs 1020  Words | 5  Pages

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Fair Value Measurement

 FAIR VALUE MEASUREMENT 1. The meaning of fair value Fair value is the price that would be received from the sell of an asset or will be paid to transfer a liability in an orderly transaction between the market participants and the measurement date [IFRS, 13 – A501]. However in accounting and economics, fair value is the rational and unbiased estimate of a possible market price of a good, service or an asset. Fair value takes into account many objectives and subjective factors such as: Objective...

Asset, Balance sheet, Business valuation 2620  Words | 10  Pages

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Case Study GM hierarchy

Case Study: The Shake-UP in GM’s Hierarchy POINT OF VIEW The case will be studied from the point of view of a third party consultant. CASE CONTEXT Robert Stempel became CEO of General Motors in August 1990. Unfortunately, this decade began with an economic recession, which inevitably took a toll on the automotive industry. General Motors experienced big losses during this period. Members of the board and investors sought Stempel’s leadership, along with his handpicked team of executives, to recover...

Board of directors, Chairman, Corporate governance 1102  Words | 3  Pages

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FAIR VALUE REPORTING

Contents Introduction Fair Value Background Advantages of Fair Value Disadvantages of Fair Value The debate on Financial Stability Conclusion References Introduction Society’s major concern is the recent financial crisis which had an unprecedented impact and dire consequences on the global economy and the current economic regulations around the world. The beginning of the economic paradigm change was the major collapse of previously leading financial...

Asset, Balance sheet, Fair value 3485  Words | 17  Pages

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Fosters Case

Assignment Hao Cheng 3781727 Yang Siyu 3778363 Tutor: Ghazaleh Shokrollahi Thursday 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. Question 5: Fosters, the beverage giant of Australia has been all over the news recently, as the company has reported a huge loss and the stock price keeps falling. All of these problems might be brought by its troublesome...

Asset, Balance sheet, Book value 1878  Words | 6  Pages

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1 Corinthians 11:2-16

1 Corinthians 11:2-16 Corbin Randall The passage of 1 Corinthians 11:2-16 has caused great division in the church. What is the word “head” suppose to mean in this context?Are women to wear head covers? In what way is the head of man Christ? And why does Paul go into detail on creation? These are all questions that anyone might ask concerning this passage. From a personal examination, I would have to say that I agree with the main point of the complimentary perspective. In the body of Christ...

Egalitarianism, Female, First Epistle to the Corinthians 2017  Words | 6  Pages

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Case Study: Cultural Norms, Fair & Lovely, and Advertising

1 INTRODUCTION 1 2 QUESTIONS 1 2.1 Is it ethical to sell a product that is, at best, only mildly effective? 1 2.2 Is it ethical, to exploit cultural norms and values to promote a product? 2 2.3 Is the advertising of Fair & Lovely demeaning to women or is it portraying a product not too dissimilar to cosmetics in general? 4 2.4 Will have HLL’s Fair & Lovely Foundation be enough to counter charges made by AIDWA? 4 2.5 In light of AIDWA’S charges, how would you suggest Fair & Lovely promote its...

Caste, Caste system in India, Cosmetics 2653  Words | 7  Pages

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Teori Akuntansi Case 2

Accounting Theory Report PBL Task 2 Prepared by: Nadya Azahra R (023100004) Trisakti University 2013 Case Study 3.3 Step 1 Kind of task : Problem Task Step 2 Main Problem “Determining the theories of regulation relevant for each of five events.” Step 3 Methods : Brainstorming Step 4 Analyze Problems: 1. What would be possible theories of regulation relevant for each event? 2. Explain about the reason of theories of regulation for each event! Step 5 Learning...

Common Agricultural Policy, European Coal and Steel Community, European Commission 876  Words | 3  Pages

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Net Realizable Value

COMPREHENSIVE PROBLEM (Chapters 6, 7, and 8) Case A Req. 1 (in millions) Allowance for uncollectible accounts (XA, +A) 1 ............. Accounts receivable (A)............................................ Req. 2 Cash collections for 2008 2 were $5,711 million. Allowance for Uncollectible Accounts 20 Beg. 5 Bad debt Write-offs ? expense 13 End. 12 12 Accounts Receivable Beg. 558 Sales 5,710 ? Collections ? Write-offs End. 545 - = Net Realizable Value 538 532 1 Beg. allowance $20 + Bad...

Balance sheet, Depreciation, Expense 1157  Words | 5  Pages

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Share Value

Do Mergers Create Value for the Offerer and Offeree? Companies undertake mergers and acquisitions in the hopes and belief of creating a Synergy. A Synergy infers that the joint companies will gain the means to become more profitable or expand at a higher rate after acquisition then the companies functioning independently. This essay will examine whether or not synergies do in fact create value and if so, for whom? Who benefits from the value created by synergy, in other words, is it the shareholders...

Asda, FTSE 100 Index, Mergers and acquisitions 1748  Words | 6  Pages

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Fair Value: A New Accounting Standard in China

[Abstract] This paper firstly gives the concept of fair value and its application environment, and then analyzes the fair value in the new standards specifically. Finally in combination with the concrete background in China, we put forward some advices on the carrying out of the fair value in the accounting practice. [Key words] Fair Value; China new accounting standard Since January 1, 2007, the China new accounting standards will become mandatory for listed Chinese enterprises. The adoption...

Asset, Balance sheet, Depreciation 1151  Words | 4  Pages

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Fair

FAIR Summary Understanding Factor Analysis of Information Risk Copyright (c) 2009 Risk Management Insight LLC All rights reserved Management doesn’t care about security, they care about risk. At the end of the day, the value proposition for security depends on its ability to affect the frequency and/ or magnitude of loss (i.e., risk). As a result, effectively measuring and communicating this value proposition requires a clear understanding of the factors that drive risk. Enter FAIR. What...

Business continuity planning, Copyright, Management 1004  Words | 3  Pages

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Fair Value

| Abstract This document is concerned with the relationship between the financial crisis and fair value accounting. Its purpose is to make an understanding of the strengths and limitations of fair value accounting. The report also gives some examples of fair value accounting measures used in several Australian companies. In this report, City Weat Water LTD and JB HI-FI LTD are used to explain that. Introduction With the modern transportation and communication technology development, in the industrial...

Annual report, Asset, Balance sheet 3808  Words | 11  Pages

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Values

Values are important and lasting beliefs or ideals shared by the members of a culture about what is good or bad and desirable or undesirable. Values have major influence on a person's behavior and attitude and serve as broad guidelines in all situations. Synonyms Examples Word Origin adjective 1. highly regarded or esteemed: a valued friend. 2. estimated; appraised: jewels valued at $100,000. 3. having value of a specified kind: a triple-valued offer. Origin Expand 1595-16051595-1605;...

Etymology, HarperCollins, Money 904  Words | 5  Pages

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Case 2: Cumberland Metal Industries

Industriële Marketing Prof. dr. Muylle Steve Case 2: Cumberland Metal Industries: Engineered Product Division, 1980 Deadline: Friday 14/10/2011, 18h Group1: Team 07: Michiels Verona Moortgat Jonas Moravcovà Alexandra Mortier Nick Seffers Raphaël 1. What is the worth of the CMI cushion pad relative to the incumbent asbestos cushion pad? Build a customer value model including value elements, word equations, assumptions, and calculations based on the test results of both Colerick...

Cost, Costs, Daylight saving time 1064  Words | 5  Pages

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Case

Case Study: SK Telecom Goes Egalitarian in a Hierarchical Society Introduction: This case is a convergence of several Human behavioral aspects like power distance and effect of values on professional society as an example ‘organizational hierarchy’. SK telecom South Korean company has organizational hierarchy culture that reflects in South Korea’s cultural value to major extent as well. Power distance has several characteristics. People accepting the unequal distribution of the power...

Culture, Government, Heterarchy 1626  Words | 5  Pages

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The Value vs. Growth Dilemma: GMO Case Study

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Case 10-02: Ida’s Impairment In April 2011, the FASB issued an exposure draft on testing goodwill for impairment. Under the proposal, entities would have the option of performing a qualitative assessment before calculating the fair value of the reporting unit (i.e., step 1 of the goodwill impairment test). If entities determine, on the basis of qualitative factors, that the fair value of the reporting unit is more likely than not greater than the carrying amount, a quantitative calculation would...

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