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Question 1 Hyflux Ltd acquired 2.4 million shares of Sunny Ltd on 1 Oct 2009, by issuing two of its own shares for every three shares in Sunny Ltd and a deferred payment of $1.00 for every eight Sunny Ltd shares payable on 1 Oct 20011. Hyflux Ltd’s share was trading at a market price of $2.00 on 1 Oct 2009; the present value of the cash consideration is equal to $0.80 at a discount rate of 12% per annum. The deferred cash consideration has not been recorded as part of the investment. The following profit statements have been prepared for Hyflux Ltd and Sunny Ltd for the year ended 31 Dec 2009. Hyflux Ltd $‘000 Sales Cost of sales Gross profit Operating expenses Finance costs Profit before tax Taxation Profit after tax Dividends Retained profit for the year 700 (306) ____ 394 (27) (15) ____ 352 (92) _____ 260 (100) _____ 160 ______ Sunny Ltd $‘000 300 (188) ____ 112 (20) (12) ____ 80 (24) _____ 56 0 _____ 56 _____

Balance Sheet As at 31 Dec 2009 Hyflux Ltd $‘000 Assets Non Current Assets Property, plant and equipment Investments $‘000 3,100 3,300 ____ 6,400 1,200 1,300 800 ____ 9,700 ____ Sunny Ltd $‘000 $‘000 3,000 30 ____ 3,030 500 240 105 ____ 3,875 ____

Current assets Stock Debtors Bank and cash Total assets

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Equity and liabilities Equity shares Accumulated profits Non current liabilities 10% loan Current liabilities Creditors Dividend payable Total equity and liabilities

6,000 620 ______ 6,620 2,000 980 100 _____ 9,700 ______

3,000 340 _____ 3,340 300 235 0 _____ 3,875 ______

Notes i) Hyflux Ltd made sales of $30,000 to Sunny Ltd during the year. These goods originally cost Hyflux Ltd $20,000.Only 50% of these goods had been resold by Sunny Ltd by 31 Dec 2009. Inter company balance were: Owed to Sunny in Hyflux’s book 30 Receivable from Hyflux in Sunny’s book 50 The difference is due to a cash in transit, not yet received by Sunny Ltd The fair value of a plant in Sunny Ltd was $160,000 higher than the book value at the date of acquisition, it has a four years remaining life with straight line depreciation. It is estimated that the consolidated goodwill is valued at $600,000 on 31 Dec 2009 following the FRS 103 requirement. There are currently 3 million shares in Sunny Ltd.

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Required a) Prepare a consolidated Income Statement for Hyflux Ltd for the year ended 31 Dec 2009. (11 marks) Prepare a consolidated statement of financial position for Hyflux Ltd as at 31 Dec 2009. (14 marks)

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Question 2 The trial balance of Baka Ltd, a publicly listed company, at 31 March 2009 is as follows: $000 2,000 8,000 3,250 $000

Investment property Building Plant and equipment – at cost Accumulated depreciation 1 April 2008 - building - plant Accumulated profits 1 April 2008 Sales revenues Purchases Construction contract costs to 31 March 2008 Construction contract progress billings received Trade Debtors Inventory Cash in bank 10% preference share Trade creditors Equity shares 6% Loan Note (issued in 2006) Property rental Distribution cost Interim dividend Administration expenses Loan interest paid

3,200 2,200 3,050 27,080 17,000 1,600 1,500 7,520 1,700 3,170 1,200 3,340 4,000 2,000 110 340 2,000 1,000 100 _______ 47,680 _______

______ 47,680 ______

The following notes are relevant: i) On 31 March 2009, the company’s only remaining building was revalued at $6 million. The building had an estimated life of 25 years when it was acquired on 1 April 1998 and this has not changed as a result of the revaluation. The directors of Angelo wish to incorporate this value in the financial statements for the year ended 31 March 2009. Plant is depreciated at 20% per annum on net book value. The investment property was revaluated at $1.7 million on 31 Mar 2009. Included in the sales revenue is an amount of $1 million relating to sales made under a sales or return basis. These goods were subsequently returned in good condition after 31 Mar 2009. These goods were sold at a mark up of 25%.

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The figures in respect of contract balances relate to a three-year contract entered into on 1 July 2008. Details relating to this contract are: $000 Contract price 10,000 Estimated total contract costs 6,000 Agreed value of work completed and billed at 31 March 2009 3,000 Baka Ltd’s policy is to recognise profits on long-term construction contracts from the point that they become more than 20% complete. The percentage of completion is deemed to be the agreed value of the work completed to date as a percentage of the total contract price. Contract revenue is taken as the agreed value of the work completed to date.

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A provision for income tax for the year to 31 March 2009 of $400,000 is required. The directors declared a final dividend of 7c per share for 20 million ordinary shares in issue on 25 March 2009. Closing Inventory as at 31 March 2009 was stated at a cost of $3.1 million.

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Required : a) Prepare the statement of comprehensive income for Baka Ltd for the year ended 31 March 2009. (10 marks) Prepare the statement of changes in equity and (5 marks) c) The statement of financial position for Baka Ltd as at 31 March 2009. (10 marks)

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Question 3 Allion Ltd has provided you with the balance sheets and some information for the years to 31 May 2008 and 2009. Allion Ltd Balance Sheet as at 31 May 2009 $000 $000 Non current assets Property, plant and equipment Computer software 31 May 2008 $000 $000

1,320 200 1,520

1,120 100 1,220

Current Assets Stock 520 Debtors 797 Investments – Government securities 50 Cash nil Total assets

1,367 2,887

530 584 180 135

1,429 2,649

Equity and Liabilities Capital and Reserves Equity Shares of $1 each Reserves Share premium Accumulated profits

500 140 994 80 972

400

1,134 1,634

1,052 1,452

Non-current liabilities Finance lease obligation Deferred tax Plant maintenance provision Current liabilities Creditors Bank overdraft Unpaid dividends declared Taxation Finance lease obligations

280 12 nil

292

60 92 80

232

600 108 100 83 70

961 2,887

602 nil 120 213 30

965 2,649

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The income statement for the year ended 31 Mar 2009 shows the following: $000 Net profit before tax 203 Income tax expenses (41) ____ Net profit after tax 162 Dividend (140) _____ Retained profit 22 _____ The following supporting information is available: i) Details relating to the non-current assets are (in $000s): 31 May 2009 Depreciation NBV nil 20 250 140 nil 480 330 510 1,320 31 May 2008 Cost Depreciation NBV 700 nil 620 150 120 nil 200 30 580 nil 420 120 1,120

Cost Freehold land and buildings nil Leasehold land and buildings 500 Purchased plant 580 Plant on finance lease 650

On 1 April Allion Ltd sold its freehold property for $700,000. The total amount of payments made in the year to 31 March 2009 in respect of finance leases was $275,000, of which $35,000 was for interest. Interest expense on bank overdraft was $10,000. During the same period ‘purchased’ plant which had originally cost $190,000 was sold for $75,000 giving a profit of $14,000. ii) The plant maintenance provision was released in the income statement in the year to 31 March 2009 as such provisions are no longer permitted under the rules in FRS 37 ‘Provisions, Contingent Liabilities and Contingent Assets’. The total tax charge (including deferred tax) in the income statement for the year to 31 March 2009 was $41,000. During the year some Government securities, which are shown at cost in the balance sheet, were sold at a profit of $15,000. This profit was credited to the income statement, as was $9,000 of income received from the securities. No other Government securities were traded during the year. Allion Ltd paid an interim dividend during the year to 31 March 2009 of $40,000.

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Required : a) As far as the information permits, prepare a cash flow statement for Allion for the year to 31 March 2009 in accordance with FRS 7 ‘Cash Flow Statements’. (20 marks) Identify the important areas that you would draw based on the information in the question and the cash flow statement prepared in (a). You are not required to calculate ratios. (5 marks)

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Question 4 The IASB’s framework for the preparation and presentation of financial statements sets out the concepts that underlies the preparation and presentation of financial statements that external users are likely to rely on when making economic decisions about an enterprise. a) Discuss the extent that the formulation of a “conceptual framework” by IASB had aided in the process of setting accounting standards? (8 marks)

On 1 January 2008 Lawson Ltd issued an 8% $10 million convertible loan at par. The loan is convertible in three year time to ordinary shares or redeemable at par in cash.The directors decided to issue the convertible loan because a non convertible loan would have required an interest rate of 10%. The directors intend to show the loan at $10 million under the non current liabilities. The following discount rates are available: 8% 0.93 0.86 0.79 10% 0.91 0.83 0.75

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3

Required: Describe how Lawson Ltd should treat the items in its financial statements for the year ended 31 Dec 2008 (7 marks)

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Question 5 On 1 Jan 2008, Caterpillar acquired a profitable Game Arcade for $1.5 million, the summarized fair value of the assets reflecting the term of the acquisition was: $,000 500 400 300 300 _____ 1,500 _____

Goodwill Leasehold premise( 10 years remaining) Machines at the premise Operating license

At the dates of acquisition, the machines had an average estimated remaining life of five years and the operating licenses has an effective duration of three years. For the year ended 31 Dec 2008, the Game Arcade generated a very healthy profit of $800,000, which is higher than initial expectation, and business was looking very bright at 31 Dec 2008. But on 1 Apr 2009, the government announced a change in policy to disallow students under the age of 16 years old to enter the Game Arcade, this has seriously affected the revenue of the business, and it is felt that the fair value of the business had fallen to $400,000, taking into account future revenue. A professional assessment of the machines at the premise indicated fair value of $150,000.

Required: In accordance with requirements of FRS36 “Accounting for impairment of Assets”, briefly describe how each of the assets should be valued at 31 Dec 2008 and 31 Dec 2009. (10 marks)

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