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November 17, 2023 at 10:09 am
Hi Sir, first of all, thanks a lot for the lectures and the deliveries, just master piece all through. I have just one concern, I might be wrong but why do we have to adjust the Pup at the level of Nick’s SPL? Does the NCI need to suffer the PUP of $500 as well? The transaction is between Gary and Nick and I would have thought the adjustment be made at the level of Gary’s SPL or the Gary’s Group SPL. Please could you kindly shade more light on your proceeding?
May 24, 2022 at 12:23 pm
I understand that intra group sales must be eliminated from the group SPL. But how is it we deduct the same amount from the ‘revenue’ figure and the ‘C.O.S’ figure?
Suppose Company S bought goods at cost $4000 and sold them to Company P at $5000. Company S records C.O.S of $4000 and Sales of $5000. How is it then that when it comes to preparing the Group SPL, we deduct $5000 from Sales and from the C.O.S?
There’s only $4000 in the C.O.S. So how can we deduct $5000?
March 6, 2023 at 5:46 pm
With respect to your example, I believe we are deducting the P’s Cost of sale and the S’s Revenue, which is $5000.
March 7, 2023 at 12:07 pm
I beg to differ! I believe that, wrt your example, we are deducting $5,000 from the AGGREGATE Cost of Sales and $5,000 from the AGGREGATE Revenue.
This is NOT an adjustment that is to be made in individual company records – it’s an adjustment on consolidation
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