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Lecture 1: Introduction to Accounting

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Lecture 1: The Regulatory Framwork

00:51:41


Lecture 1: Qualitative Characteristics Of Financial Information

00:56:14


Lecture 1: Sources Record And Books Of Prime Entry Part- 1

00:55:27

Lecture 2: Sources Record And Books Of Prime Entry Part- 2

00:56:31


Lecture 1: Ledger Accounts And Double Entry Part- 1

00:54:46

Lecture 2: Ledger Accounts And Double Entry Part- 2

00:53:59


Lecture 1: Trial Balance to Financial Statement

00:50:46


Lecture 1: Inventory Part- 1

00:53:00

Lecture 2: Inventory Part- 2

00:55:06


Lecture 1: Tangible Non Current Assets Part- 1

01:00:28

Lecture 2: Tangible Non Current Assets Part- 2

00:55:31


Lecture 1: Intangible Non Current Assets

00:52:48


Lecture 1: Accruals And Prepayment

00:52:39


Lecture 1: Provision And Contingencies

00:50:04


Lecture 1: Irrecoverable And Allowances

00:53:39


Lecture 1: Sales Tax

00:53:44


Lecture 1: Control Accounts Part- 1

01:00:44

Lecture 2: Control Accounts Part- 2

00:53:39


Lecture 1: Bank Reconciliation

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Lecture 1: Correction Of Error

00:59:30


Lecture 1: Incomplete Record Part- 1

01:00:25

Lecture 2: Incomplete Record Part- 2

00:56:27


Lecture 1: Preparation Of Financial Statement Of Sole Trader

00:55:27


Lecture 1: Introduction To Company Accounting

00:53:29


Lecture 1: Statement Of Cash Flows

00:49:11


Lecture 1: Introduction To Consolidate Financial Statement

00:59:42


Lecture 1: Consolidate Statement Of Financial Position Part- 1

00:54:42

Lecture 2: Consolidate Statement Of Financial Position Part- 2

00:57:43


Lecture 1: Interpretation Of Financial Statement

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Lecture 1: Mock Revision

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Qualified Chartered Accountancy in November 1986 with rank in the C.A. Intermediate and C.A. Final Examination. Awarded prize for the best paper on Taxation in C.A. Final Examination. Has authored around 100 articles on taxation in various journals and newspapers including Taxman, Current Tax Reporter, Chartered Accountant, Economic Times and Financial Express. Has presented papers on Taxation in various seminars of the Institute and also in the seminar organised by the ITAT Bar Association. He has been the Secretary to the Fiscal Laws Committee of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India for 8 years. Currently teaching CA Final students in Northern India. Having vast experience of teaching Direct tax, faculty at New Delhi for last 18 years and also a visiting faculty at WIRC of ICAI. Practicing in the field of Direct Taxes. Working as Tax Consultant to leading Nationalized Banks, Multinational Companies and Indian Companies. Worked as Senior Technical Officer for in the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. Technical Directorate, New Delhi. Assisted the Expert Advisory Committee in formulating opinions on problems relating to tax of members and industry. Rendered services for the Taxation Committee and Research Committee of the Institute. Also, drafted the Guidance Note on Tax Audit under Section 44AB of the Income-tax Act, Guidance Note on Sections 80HHB and 80HHC of the Income-tax Act and other Guidance Notes.


Qualification

Vinod Gupta qualified CA with rank in C.A. Intermediate and C.A. Final examination in 1986. He has been awarded for the best paper on Taxation in C.A. Final Examination. He has authored around 150 articles on taxation in various journals and newspapers including Taxman, Current Tax Reporter, Chartered Accountant, Economic Times and Financial Express.


Biography

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STUDY KHAZANA is an e-treasure of knowledge and education with one aim of upbringing the level of education all over the India. In the journey of more than 25 years with 150 centers across the India we discovered that many student are out of the reach of proper education due to poverty.

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