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  1. avatar says

    Hi, I am studying for Diploma in IFRS, December 2014. A friend has suggested that I follow the lectures for F3, F7 and P2 to clear that exam. However, please advise, if that would be sufficient or do we have separate tutorials for the diploma exam?

    A reply would be much appreciated. Thanks!

    • Profile photo of John Moffat says

      Your friend is correct (although you do not need all of the lectures – best is to have the DipIFRS syllabus in front of you). It is mostly F7 and P2 (F3 is only a few IFRS’s and is fairly basic) – F7 and P2 get more advanced,

      We do not have separate lectures for the Diploma, I’m afraid.

  2. avatar says

    Thanks Mr. John I personally follow your lecture videos, and so far I did my F2 and F3 but I successfully passed all of them. I want to seize this opportunity once again to thank you, keep up the good work.

    • Profile photo of John Moffat says

      In part (c) they bought goods for $1,000.
      In part (d) they bought more goods for $2,000.

      So the total cost of the goods they have is now $3,000.

      In (f) they sell half of them and so we have absolutely no choice but to assume that if all of them cost $3,000, then half of them must have cost $1,500.

    • Profile photo of John Moffat says

      It means that in the financial statements we should show the true economic effect of a transaction (the substance) even if it is different from the legal position (the form).

      This is covered in the later chapter and lecture on accounting conventions.

  3. avatar says

    Greetings Kind Sir.
    I just wanted to say THANK YOU SOOOOOOO MUCH. I find your videos very intuitive. With your effective teaching methodology, I was able to solve a question regarding the equation of financial position (Assets= Capital + Liabilities) in a revision kit of mine (BPP Publications) . I honestly can’t thank you enough, you truly deserve a round of applause, a standing ovation even. Hats off to you sir! Why I must say I’d give you a hug right now if I could. Oh, and the lecture notes indeed are a bonus! I’m currently doing CAT and once I came across this heavenly website, I was simply too bewildered to think that such a marvel even exists! The lectures on Cost Accounting too have made my life pretty easy. My lecturer isn’t particularly helpful for Management Accounting, and the videos posted under the F2 Lectures were more than helpful for me to be self-reliant in revising, all thanks to you good sir. Keep up this spirit, may you be blessed for all your merits!! :D

  4. avatar says

    hi,
    In the 2nd chapter of F3,regarding the example , i did the trail balance for that.But in trail balance in debit side i get 16400 and in credit side i get 16800.Please let me know what is the mistake i would have done.
    but the income statment, i did right.I got gross profit 2200 and net profit as 2000 as you did in the lecture.
    Help me out please.
    Tks

      • avatar says

        Hi,
        Iam not able to find answer.Iam giving my trail balance below.
        Trail balance
        DEBIT CREDIT
        Cash 5800 10000 capital
        shop 2000 1400 payable
        purch. 3000 5200 sales
        car 3000 200 electricity
        receiva 1400
        ble

        TOTAL 16400 16800 TOTAL

      • Profile photo of John Moffat says

        But in the second chapter there are no debits and credits, and no trial balance!!

        Watch the next lecture to see how we do the debits and credit and how we prepare the trial balance (it is trial balance, not trail balance :-) )

        (I don’t know why you bothered with debits and credits and a trial balance, but anyway the electricity is a debit not a credit. Then it will balance :-) )

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