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Partnership Liquidation


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£99 inc VAT
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Study method
Online, self-paced
Qualification
No formal qualification

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Overview

Accounting for Bonds:

Through this advanced accounting training we are specifically looking at what bonds are, accounting for bonds and financial jargon’s used in the industry. This is an in-depth advanced accounting training which a guide to understanding the financial reporting needs while a working on the Fixed oncome/bond market. This training is for you to learn about the major features of bonds, understanding how the valuation and record keeping happens, IFRS application and its effects on the books of accounts.

  • Introduction
  • Key Features
  • PV of Bonds payable
  • Basic Journal Entries
  • Bonds sinking funds
  • Practical Problems
  • IFRS

Target Customers:

  • Students
  • Professionals (majorly Accountants, Auditors, Accounting Consultants, and Chartered Financial Analysts etc.) who want to excel in global organizations by learning about global standards that ply in their working.
  • Anyone who wants to learn about International Financial Reporting Standards and improve the knowledge about the working of organizations on a global level.

Pre-Requisites:

  • Passion to learn
  • Interest in finance and accounting
  • Basic knowledge of accounting terms and concepts

Description

Partnership Liquidation

This training is for you to understand how accounting for partnership liquidation happens in case of retirement/death of a partner or dissolution of the partnership.

This is an in-depth advanced accounting training which a guide to understanding the financial reporting needs while a partnership liquidation. This training is for you to learn about the major features of a partnership dissolving, understanding how the valuation and record keeping happens, computation of profit and loss and various other scenarios that affects the books of accounts.

Target Customers:

  • Students
  • Professionals (majorly Accountants, Auditors, Accounting Consultants, and Chartered Financial Analysts etc.) who want to excel in global organizations by learning about global standards that ply in their working.
  • Anyone who wants to learn about International Financial Reporting Standards and improve the knowledge about the working of organizations on a global level.

Pre-Requisites:

  • Passion to learn
  • Interest in finance and accounting
  • Basic knowledge of accounting terms and concepts

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