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Q3 - What is the Conceptual Framework?
Q10 - Provide a brief summary of each of the qualitative characteristics and the constraint on providing financial information as outlined in the Conceptual Framework?
material error? Explain your answer.E13.2 - Slavko Mitrovic is one of the owners of Salami 4 U, a small business that manufactures and sells organic salami and other small goods. Slavko also manages the business on a part-time basis, sharing the responsibilities with the other partners. Using the business cheque book by accident, Slavko recently purchased a car for his beautiful wife Natasha Mitrovic as a birthday present. Natashais a sales representative for a large computer company and will be using the car in her job. Based on the cheque butt, the accountant recorded the transaction in the accounts of Salami 4 UE13.4 - A number of accounting reporting situations are provided below. (a) Tick Tock Ltd recognises revenue at the end of the production cycle but before sale has been made. The selling price as well as the quantity that can be sold, is not certain. (b) Cap, Caps and Hats Ltd is a medium size firm listed on the Australian and New Zealand securities exchanges. It is currently in its third year of operations; however, it has not issued one set of financialstatements. (Hint: Do not use the full disclosure principle.)(c) Books and More Ltd is carrying inventory at its current net realisable value of $ 90 000. Inventory had an original cost of $ 110 000. (d) Aunty Jane’s Toy Emporium Ltd reports only current assets and current liabilities on its statement of financial position. Property, plant and equipment and bills payable are reported as current assets and current liabilities, respectively. Property, plant and equipment is reported at the amount for which it could be sold at short notice. Liquidation of the entity is unlikely.PSA13.1 - Beautiful Wedding Memorabilia Pty Ltd had a number major business transactions and events during 2017. An extract is provided below. (a) Merchandise inventory with a cost of $ 68 000 is reported at its net realisable value of $ 100 000 in the statement of financial position. (b) The owner of Beautiful Wedding Memorabilia Pty Ltd, Ima McBride, used company funds to
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