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Financial Accounting, Analysis and Valuation Notes

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This product contains 45 documents written by 1 different author. Each author covered all of Financial Accounting, Analysis and Valuation in approximately 85 pages , but we combine a variety of authors from various years to maximize the possibility that your exam topics are well covered and in a learning style that suits you.

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  • 1. Historical Cost (For And Against)
  • 10. Merger Vs Acquisition Accounting
  • 11. Determining Control
  • 12. Financial Vs Physical Capital Maintenance
  • 2. Business Combinations
  • 3. Deprival Value
  • 4. Fair Value
  • 5. Hicks' Income
  • 6. Consolidation
  • 7. Cpp Accounting
  • 8. Current Value Accounting
  • 9. Inflation Accounting Formulas
  • Ac330 Stream I Syllabus
  • Ac330 Stream Ii Syllabus
  • Past Paper Questions

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AC330: Financial Accounting, Analysis and Valuation

These notes cover the AC330 Financial Accounting, Analysis and Valuation course at LSE. "The course addresses the theory and practice of financial reporting. Accounting practices are examined in the light of historical development, regulatory requirements, theories of income and capital and other approaches to accounting theory and to the use of accounting information in business analysis and valuation.

Financial accounting with particular reference to company accounts. Issues in financial accounting including accounting for business combinations under International Accounting Standards. Implications of empirical research into stock market effects of management choice of accounting policies. Business analysis and valuation. Regulation of financial reporting. International standardisation of accounting practice. A conceptual framework f

for financial reporting. The measurement of income, costs and depreciation. The valuation of assets. Accounting for changing prices. " (LSE Website).

These notes contain comprehensive reading summaries for 22 assigned readings in word documents including important quotes from the readings.

For revision purposes, there are a selection of revision sheets which summarize the main ideas of the module, a bibliography containing a list of authors, dates and relevant topic areas to memorise prior to exams, and a syllabus written to ensure you revise all the relevant topics.

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Grade 1st Class
Institution LSE (unaffiliated)
Country United Kingdom
Level Undergraduate
File format Mixture of DOCX and XLSX

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