Complex Corporate Issues
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- provide an overview of the business context of business combinations and other complex accounting issues
- critically analyse and solve accounting issues related to business structural changes and combination
- appraise selected current issues in accounting
- GPFR vs SPFR; large v small Pty Ltd
- Leases part 1
- Leases part 2
- Intangible assets and Fair value
- Business combinations
- Theory of consolidations & control
- Consolidations – wholly owned entities
- Consolidations – intragroup transactions
- Foreign currency transactions and related parties
- Corporate failure and business ethics
- Insolvency – priority of payment, journal entries in winding up, insolvency ledgers and closing of accounts
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:
No special requirements
This subject aims to provide students with advanced knowledge of corporate transactions and business combinations. It will also address current issues in business and how these impact accounting.
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- Invigilated Test (20%)
- Video Assignment (30%)
- Final Examination (50%)