Referring to AASB 138 Intangible Assets you have to answer the following

Referring to aasb 138 intangible assets you have to

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Referring to AASB 138 Intangible Assets, you have to answer the following questions to present to the Board members of Metcash Ltd. For this assessment you should work in a group of THREE OR FOUR STUDENTS (3 or 4) to produce a video which: 1. Analyses and explains how Metcash Ltd has accounted for intangible assets; including how they have been disclosed in the 2018 financial statements (and discuss whether this has changed since previous year’s accounts); and 2. Evaluates and discusses Metcash Ltd’s compliance with AASB 138 Intangible Assets in its financial report for 2018; including the definition, recognition, measurement and disclosure of intangible assets, and any relevant liabilities, equity, income and expenses; and 3. Discuss how continuous impairment of intangible assets may in future impact on various stakeholders such as employees, lenders and investors. Your video should include reference to the relevant sections of Metcash Limited’s: x Statement of Profit or Loss or Other Comprehensive Income x Statement of Financial Position x Statement of Changes in Equity
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Page 4 of 4 x Notes to the Financial Statements Please note: x The video is not to exceed 10 minutes. Students are permitted to complete a point made prior to the 10-minute deadline. x No new material is to be introduced after 10 minutes. x No video beyond 11 minutes will be considered. x A step by step Video Creation Guide for Students is available on CloudDeakin. x All students in the group will receive the same mark. x Assignments completed individually will not be marked. Video Presentation Template/Cover Document x Each group must submit a cover document (made available) which provides the name and Student Identification Number of each member of the group; and the video URL link. x Only one cover document is required for each group. Rubrics x Please refer to the marking rubrics in understanding how you will be assessed.
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