alom4446 saysMay 29, 2022 at 4:05 pmCan someone please break down how you get the answer for question 4?Log in to Reply

alom4446 saysMay 29, 2022 at 4:15 pm1st AGM – 18 months after incorporation –From 1st May 2015 – 31ST October 2016 is 18 months2nd AGM and subsequent AGM’s – no more than 15 months after the previous – From 1st November 2016 to 31st January 2018 is 15 monthsso why is the answer 31 jan 2017?Log in to Reply

MikeLittle saysMay 29, 2022 at 4:26 pmFirst AGM, 18 months after incorporationSecond and subsequent AGMs, no more than 15 months after the previousBUT, there must be an AGM in each calendar year and if that second AGM is delayed until January 2018,then there would have been no AGM in 2017OK?Log in to Reply

MikeLittle saysJanuary 13, 2019 at 10:14 amDo you think that maybe it’s because the question asks for the latest date for the SECOND AGM?Log in to Reply

ahskazmi saysApril 10, 2019 at 4:59 pmFor question 4. the answer I’m getting is 31st January 2018 which it says wrong. To my calculation 15months after first Agm (18months) after incorp.Please advise.

MikeLittle saysApril 23, 2019 at 6:21 amGosiajast, where does “32” come into the reckoning?First AGM, 18 months after incorporationSecond and subsequent AGMs, no more than 15 months after the previousBUT, there must be an AGM in each calendar year and if that second AGM is delayed until January 2018,then there would have been no AGM in 2017OK?

fungarwai saysJanuary 13, 2019 at 7:00 amFor Question 4, isn’t the latest date no more than 18 months after incorporation The question say it’s incorporated on 1 May 2015. Why the answer is 31 December 2017 ?Log in to Reply

alom4446 says

Can someone please break down how you get the answer for question 4?

alom4446 says

1st AGM – 18 months after incorporation –From 1st May 2015 – 31ST October 2016 is 18 months

2nd AGM and subsequent AGM’s – no more than 15 months after the previous – From 1st November 2016 to 31st January 2018 is 15 months

so why is the answer 31 jan 2017?

MikeLittle says

First AGM, 18 months after incorporation

Second and subsequent AGMs, no more than 15 months after the previous

BUT, there must be an AGM in each calendar year and if that second AGM is delayed until January 2018,then there would have been no AGM in 2017

OK?

MikeLittle says

Do you think that maybe it’s because the question asks for the latest date for the SECOND AGM?

fungarwai says

Oh, I see. Thanks for reminding.

MikeLittle says

You’re welcome

ahskazmi says

For question 4. the answer I’m getting is 31st January 2018 which it says wrong. To my calculation 15months after first Agm (18months) after incorp.

Please advise.

gosiajast2019 says

yes, me too – 32 months comes up as Jan 2018.

MikeLittle says

Gosiajast, where does “32” come into the reckoning?

First AGM, 18 months after incorporation

Second and subsequent AGMs, no more than 15 months after the previous

BUT, there must be an AGM in each calendar year and if that second AGM is delayed until January 2018,then there would have been no AGM in 2017

OK?

fungarwai says

For Question 4, isn’t the latest date no more than 18 months after incorporation

The question say it’s incorporated on 1 May 2015.

Why the answer is 31 December 2017 ?