ACC-ACF2100 Financial Accounting – Semester 2, 2021
Due Date: Friday 22 October 2021, before 4pm.
Total marks: 80 marks.
This is an individual assignment. You are expected to apply knowledge from our lecture and
tutorial discussions to the assignment question. Some parts of the assignment question require
your critical and analytical thinking to analyse the scenario and provide your response. The
assignment question and relevant requirements are provided on the following two pages.
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Try your best to construct your report as effectively as possible. The criteria for the presentation
effectiveness include whether the submitted report adheres to the instructions, structure of
analyses and journal entries, details of working (if required), correct labelling and clear and
complete narrations, the file name requirement and word limit (for part c).
On 1 July 2019, Parent Ltd acquired all the shares of Son Ltd, on a cum-div. basis, for $1,100,000. At this date, the equity of Son Ltd consisted of:
Share capital – 700 000 shares $ 1,050,000 Retained earnings 650,000
Son Ltd also reported a dividend payable of $100,000 and a recorded goodwill of $150,000 at the acquisition date. The dividend payable was subsequently paid in September 2019.
At the acquisition date, all the identifiable assets and liabilities of Son Ltd were recorded at amounts equal to fair value except for the following:
Carrying amount Fair value Inventory 100,000 80,000 Plant (cost $1,000 000) 800 000 700,000
Of the inventory on hand in Son Ltd at 1 July 2019, 60 percent was sold in December 2019 and the remainder was sold in August 2020.
The remaining useful life of the plant at the date of acquisition was 5 years. The plant on hand at the acquisition date was sold on 1 January 2021 for $500,000.
The company applies the partial goodwill method. The income tax rate is 30%.
During the period 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2021, the following intragroup transactions have occurred between Parent Ltd and Son Ltd:
(T1) On 1 January 2020, Parent Ltd acquired furniture for $200,000 from Son Ltd. The
furniture had originally cost Son Ltd $200,000 and had a carrying amount at the time of
sale of $160,000. The sale was made on credit. At 30 June 2020, $120,000 was
outstanding. At 30 June 2021, $40,000 was still not paid and outstanding. Both entities
apply depreciation on a straight-line basis. At 1 January 2020, the furniture had a further
five years of useful life, with zero residual value.
(T2) On 1 March 2020, Son Ltd sold inventory costing $120,000 to Parent Ltd for $100,000.
On 1 October 2020, Parent Ltd sold half of these inventory items back to Son Ltd for $60,000.
Of the remaining inventory kept by Parent Ltd, half was sold in March 2021 to Dingo Ltd at a
profit of $10,000.
Office Use Only
Question Question Presentation Effectiveness
Marks allocated 70 10 80
Required: a) Prepare the acquisition analysis at 1 July 2019.
b) Prepare the consolidation worksheet entries at 30 June 2021. Your answer should include:
c) The accounting standard suggests that all the identifiable assets and liabilities of the subsidiary must be recognized in the consolidated financial statements at fair value. The accounting standard also suggests that previously unrecorded assets or liabilities (e.g., contingent liability) must be recognized at fair value.
Critically analyze whether the adjustments to fair value should be made in the books of the subsidiary or in the consolidation worksheet.
If the adjustments to fair value are made in the consolidation worksheet, critically analyze whether the equity account used remains in existence indefinitely.
[word limit: 250 words] (19 marks)
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