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Chapter 1

Introduction to Accounting

Chapter 2

The Statement of Financial Position and Income Statement (part a)

The Statement of Financial Position and Income Statement (part b)

The Statement of Financial Position and Income Statement (part c)

Chapter 3

Double Entry Bookkeeping (part a)

Double Entry Bookkeeping (part b)

Chapter 4

Accruals and Prepayments Example 1

Accruals and Prepayments Example 2

Chapter 5

IAS 37 Provisions, Contingent Liabilities and Contingent Assets

Chapter 6

Depreciation and IAS 16 Example 1

Depreciation and IAS 16 Example 3

Depreciation and IAS 16 Example 4

Depreciation and IAS 16 Example 5

Chapter 8

Irrecoverable Debts and Allowances Example 1

Irrecoverable Debts and Allowances Example 2

Irrecoverable Debts and Allowances Example 3

Chapter 9

Inventory and IAS 2 Examples 1-3

Inventory and IAS 2 Valuation of Inventory – Example 4

Inventory and IAS 2 Valuation of Inventory – Example 5

Chapter 10

Books of Prime Entry

Chapter 11

Journal Entries

Chapter 12

Sales Tax (part a)

Sales Tax (part b)

Chapter 13

Accounting for Limited Companies

Chapter 14

Statement of Cash Flows (part a)

Statement of Cash Flows (part b) Example 1

Statement of Cash Flows (part c) Example 2

Chapter 20

IAS 10 Events after the Reporting Period

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Chapter 10

Books of Prime Entry (a)

Books of Prime Entry (b)

Books of Prime Entry (c)

Chapter 15

Bank Reconciliations (a)

Bank Reconciliations (b)

Bank Reconciliations (c)

Chapter 16

Control Accounts (a)

Control Accounts (b)

Chapter 17

Adjustments to Profit and Suspense Accounts (part a)

Adjustments to Profit and Suspense Accounts (part b)

Adjustments to Profit and Suspense Accounts (part c)

Chapter 18

Mark-up and Margins

Chapter 19

Accounting Conventions and Policies

Chapter 21

Intangible Assets: Goodwill, Research and Development

Chapter 22

Group Accounts The Consolidated Statement of Financial Position (1a)

Group Accounts The Consolidated Statement of Financial Position (1b)

Chapter 23

Group Accounts The Consolidated Statement of Financial Position (2a)

Group Accounts The Consolidated Statement of Financial Position (2b)

Group Accounts The Consolidated Statement of Financial Position (2c)

Chapter 24

Group Accounts The Consolidated Income Statement (part a)

Group Accounts The Consolidated Income Statement (part b)

Chapter 25

Group Accounts – Further Points

Chapter 26

Interpretation of Financial Statements part a

Interpretation of Financial Statements part b

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  1. avatar says

    WHERE IS TRIAL BALANCE CHAPTER ,, IS IT INCLUDED IN ANYONE OF THESE CHAPTER ,, CAN ANY ONE HELP ME OUT WITH THIS ..
    PLEASEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

  2. Avatar of admin says

    Not all chapter are or will be recorded.
    You need a study text, if the notes are not enough for you to understand those topics.

  3. avatar says

    I use a Study Text + Open Tuition Videos + Open Tuition Notes. And the result is perfect!

    A perfect combination to pass any exam. Thanks!

    • Avatar of admin says

      Please post your question on the forums
      Notes & lectures should be enough for most intelligent students, if you also get a study text, and revision kit.

  4. avatar says

    Even, I am looking for Disposals and Part Exchange Allowance topic in Non Current Assets chapter.

    Please do let me know if someone finds it. Thanks!

    • avatar says

      Still didnt get it, if anyone gets to See, disposals and Part Exchange Allowance topics within the video lectures, please do let me know.

      Thanks!

    • avatar says

      I don’t have these chapters either even in my Kaplan Notes, is it that they are no more in syllabus? Or are these the theory chapters within the studies of International Accounting Standards and change in accounting Policies? As they are the theory chapters, they are self explanatory!