RCCA E-NEWSVol. I                      Date- 06th April, 2012               Email: - samaranchi14@gmail.comRanchi Chapter ...
Patron’s Communique                                             CommuniqueDear Students,It is a matter of great pride for ...
Chairman’s CommuniqueDear All,         As you all know that reading is a very good habit and it always helps us to know ab...
COMMITTEE MEMBER OF RCCA   1.   Mr. A. K. Sao, Chairman   2.   Mr. Sanjay Kr. Singh, Vice-chairman   3.   Mr. Ranjit Kr. A...
ROLE OF FUTURE CMA’S IN CAPITAL MARKET                                            Swati Kumari                            ...
not only puzzle them but also misguided them too, Which lead them back with the fear of losingtheir huge amount.        Lo...
Audit Material                                        Shashi Kr. Pandey & Nikunj Poddar                                   ...
3. Branch Audit      1. Normally Company Auditor shall be appointed as a Branch Auditor.      2. Normally: Branch Auditor=...
CONVERGENCE WITH IFRS                                               Pawan Kumar                                           ...
IFRS & IAS – Are These Terms Synonymous?IFRS stands for International Financial Reporting Standards and includes Standards...
Non - listed companies with net worth of Rs. 500 crores or less and                                     whose shares or o...
S. No.                     Indian GAAP                                         Indian GAAP  1      Financial Statements ar...
LIST OF FORM FOR RETURN FILLING & SERVICE TAX                                             Diptesh Nawal                   ...
Accounting Dictionary                                           Neha Kumari                                           ICAI...
employed health insurance deduction, Keogh retirement plan and self-employed SEP deduction,penalty on early withdrawal of ...
cost account balance and estimates either the variable cost per unit of cost driver activity or the periodic fixedcost.ACC...
STUDENTS’ASSOCIATIONOF MANAGEMENTACCOUNTANTS (SAMA)                                 of Ranchi Chapter of Cost Accountant o...
SAMA’s By-lawsObjective: - SAMA, an association created by the students of ICAI (Earlier ICWAI) for the             develo...
Desk of CompilersDear Readers,Since its inception from 14.11.2010, SAMA is trying to magnify the quality inherent in the s...
Delegates inaugurating the Phone Directory of RCCA.   Group photo of Students of RCCA with Mr. A. D                       ...
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  1. 1. RCCA E-NEWSVol. I Date- 06th April, 2012 Email: - samaranchi14@gmail.comRanchi Chapter of Cost Accountants has been declared BEST Chapter of Eastern India of The Institute ofCost Accountants of India. The award was received by CMA A. D. Wadhwa and CMA Ranjeet Agrawal at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi on 17th March12.Compiled by: -SAMA (Students’ Association of Management Accountants)RANCHI CHAPTER OF COST ACCOUNTANTSEIRC of ICAIRCCA E-NEWS 1
  2. 2. Patron’s Communique CommuniqueDear Students,It is a matter of great pride for me that my students of Ranchi Chapter of ICAI (earlier ICWAI)have not only formed SAMA (Students Association of Management Accountants) but nowcoming out with its official mouthpiece in the form of this e-newsletter. It shows themanagement capacity of our students and hence, proves that we are really ManagementAccountants.Newsletter of any organization discusses the activities of the organization and provides aplatform to its members to discuss different professional issues for mutual benefits.I am confident that this e-news letter will serve the above purpose.I congratulate the students of Ranchi Chapter of ICAI for coming out with this newsletter andpray for their success.I am really proud of them.Regards,Ajay Deep Wadhwa, FCMAwadhwa103@yahoo.co.inRCCA E-NEWS 1
  3. 3. Chairman’s CommuniqueDear All, As you all know that reading is a very good habit and it always helps us to know about the new things andlet our self updated with the changes of world. As a professional we should keep our self updated with thechanges in corporate world which is changing and growing very rapidly. Presently, all the companies aresearching for Leaders & Managers who can do smart work and for this we have to keep grooming ourpersonalities, our writing skills, our talents etc. In Ranchi Chapter you mostly see that students are very active inall the parts and their personality gets changed by the time passes. As I always think from my beginning of ICAI(Earlier ICWAI, The Institute of Cost & Works Accountants of India) course that how the Personalities keepthemselves updated and know about so many things and not only they keep it with themselves but they tellothers so nicely that others also learn from it. With all these thinking I came to a point that it is all about readingand writing regularly and then decision of publishing RCCA News (e-magazine)came to mind and then we alldiscussed together with our Patron A. D. Wadhwa Sir and Faculty members of Ranchi Chapter and theyappreciated as they always use do with we students. We will publish articles and so many things by which we canget to know about the changes and new things with every issue of this e-magazine and of course things related tostudy also. In this magazine we will publish articles written by students, so you are having an opportunity to getyour articles published here, and in every issue we will select an article written by student to get published inEIRC News which publishes in Eastern India of ICAI. I would like tell you a story happened with me once:A well-known speaker started off his seminar by holding up a Rs. 500 note. In the room of 50 People, He asked,"Who would like this Rs. 500 note?" Hands started going up. He said, "I am going to give this note to one of youbut first let me do this." He proceeded to crumple the note up. He then asked, "Who still wants it?" Still the handswere up in the air. "Well," he replied, "What if I do this?" And he dropped it on the ground and started to grind itinto the floor with his shoe. He picked it up, now all crumpled and dirty. "Now who still wants it?" Still the handswent into the air. "My friends, you have all learned a very valuable lesson. No matter what I did to the money. Youstill wanted it because it did not decrease in value. It was still worth Rupee 500/-. Many times in our lives, we aredropped, crumpled, and ground into the dirt by the decisions we make and the circumstances that come our way.We feel as though we are worthless. But no matter what has happened or what will happen. Never lose yourvalue. You are special. Dont ever forget it! Never let yesterdays disappointments overshadow tomorrowsdreams."VALUE HAS A VALUE ONLY IF ITS VALUE IS VALUED"With moving, I would like to thank our guiders for their support, Manish, Neha, Shashi and Nikunj for compilingthis e-magazine under the planning of Pawan (Vice-chairman, SAMA) and also like to thank all the persons whohelped us directly or indirectly for publishing this e-magazine. We will keep our magazines improving time to timeby your suggestion so keep giving us your valuable comments on the magazine for improvement.Waiting for your reply…………… Diptesh Nawal Chairman, SAMA, Ranchi dipnawal@yahoo.comRCCA E-NEWS 1
  4. 4. COMMITTEE MEMBER OF RCCA 1. Mr. A. K. Sao, Chairman 2. Mr. Sanjay Kr. Singh, Vice-chairman 3. Mr. Ranjit Kr. Agarwal, Secretary 4. Mr. Vidyadhar Prasad, TreasurerPATRONS of SAMA 1. Mr. A. D. Wadhwa 2. Mr. Ranjit Kr. AgarwalEXECUTIVE MEMBERS OF SAMA, RANCHI 1. Diptesh Nawal, Chairman 2. Pawan Kumar, Vice Chairman 3. Rajeev Kumar Gupta, Secretary 4. Ekta Arya, TreasurerCOMMITTEE MEMBERS OF SAMA, RANCHI 1. Manish Kumar Tiwari 2. Manjeeta Rana 3. Nikunj Poddar 4. Neha Kumari 5. Gautam Kumar Pandey COMPILERS OF E-MAGAZINE Pawan Kumar Shashi Kr. Pandey Nikunj Poddar Neha Kumari Vice Chairman Member Committee Member Committee MemberRCCA E-NEWS 1
  5. 5. ROLE OF FUTURE CMA’S IN CAPITAL MARKET Swati Kumari Student, RCCA of ICAI Email: - swatiakki123@gmail.comAs the outset we should know about Capital Market. It is divided into two categories i.e., MoneyMarket & Share Market. The latter incorporates all types of shares, debentures & bonds etc. Weshall now focus on the mechanism of Share Market. Share can be defined as the smallest unit orcomponent of the capital market. Broadly shares can be classified into Equity Shares,Preference Shares, Bonus Share and Sweat Equity Share. Now to address the topic at hand, the precise role of future CMAs in the Capital Market.No doubt we are basically familiar with the job profile of CMAs; I would like to make somepoints at this stage. The most critical aspect of CMAs has to do with Investment. RegardingInvestors, It is classified in Individual, QIB (Qualified Institutional Buyers) & HNI (High Net-worthIndividual). Let’s precedes the matter by discussing the real problems faced by the newinvestors. Prospective investors with large amount of funds at their disposal are generally seento be wary of investing their money, as many times happens to get nil returns etc. The root ofprimary cause of their reluctance to shoulder the risk factor is the lack of sound financialadvisors or fund counselors to aid them to channelize their money. At this situation CMAs canreally come in handy, since they are well connected with the exact nature & behavior of theroller coaster share market. They can show the way forward through lecture-cum-demonstrations, presentations about the management etc. They can offer the range of servicesincluding talking of future plans, vision & mission of the organization. Providing financial blueprint strategies & landing their financial hindsight. Also it must be kept in mind that CMAs are the ones who maintain the primary valuationof shares which are listed on the Share Market. As such they are expected to foresee the trends& render accurate advice to potential investors. He / She also possess comparatively better &relevant ideas and concepts about the capital structure of the particular company. Ratioanalysis yields the perfect knowledge about the gross profit, Net profit, capital assets & currentliabilities & many significant points too.Apart from shares but not much a new investment funds been also accompanying in themarket. It’s very true, it is non-other than mutual funds. General public basically don’t have anyspecific ideas regarding the investment made. How to enter & get into flow with the funds andmarket up & downs. How to step (invest), when is the correct time, according to the flow ofmarkets which company would give better return and why to invest in Mutual Funds in spite ofinvesting or introducing directly to share in open market. Above questions are very genuine andrelevant in sight of investors to company as well. Because of numerous companies has capturedthe Market and the customer different plans, strategies, schemes, refund & lots of formalitiesRCCA E-NEWS 1
  6. 6. not only puzzle them but also misguided them too, Which lead them back with the fear of losingtheir huge amount. Lots of formalities, practices & procedures are required while doing investment or buying& selling of any instruments of Capital Market. In earlier days all transactions were donemanually and took lots of time but today it’s not so. Every company is running with the waves ofmodern and high technique. To cope-up with them each & every individual requires being asobservant as they are, which is quite impossible but here CMAs can favor the investor in dealingin the Share Market by opening Demat A/c & accomplishing future formalities & hurdles. Earlierit has been discussed that, cost accountant can act as an investment advisor. So, simultaneouslythey can also solve the queries & grievances of public being as middleman between public orinvestors and financial institutions like SEBI & RBI. Further the institutions strategies goes onand finally taken into consideration. Not only this, a Cost Accountant can meet the public as ashare brokers. AS far as their sound knowledge is concern, they can perform the above said jobvery well and efficiently. Through motivation they can repulse the General Public towardsinvestment. At the end, I would like to conclude the topic by saying that CMAs should implementideas which are easy & convenient for the public to understand & instead of being wary theyfeel it satisfactory & ease. With Best Compliments from………………… Manohar Lal Smriti RANCHI (An organisation to motivate and help students of ICAI) Phone: - 0651-2560572 Country First……….RCCA E-NEWS 1
  7. 7. Audit Material Shashi Kr. Pandey & Nikunj Poddar ICAI (INTER) 1. Management Audit 1. Management Audit is an Independent Appraisal Activity. 2. Purpose: To find Out efficiency of Internal Control System. 3. Scope: Very wide than any other Audit. 4. Periodicity: Once in 2-3 Years. 5. Management Auditor has to report to Top Management. 6. Report Submitted to M.D/Executive Director. 7. Management Audit covers that all activities for which Top Management is Responsible. Who will Conduct Management Audit? 1. Company Talent – include - Administrative Staff - Audit Committee 2. Outside Management Consultant - CA - CWA - MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT 2. CARO-2003 1. CARO is A Modified version of MAOCARO. 2. CARO=Companies Auditor’s Report Order, 2003 3. CARO, 2003 is issued by Central Government. 4. Required to follow each and every Company but Exemption is there. 5. Following Indian Company are Exempted from the Provision Of CARO: - Banking Company - Insurance Company - Private Ltd Company which are Exempted Less Then Whose 50 Lakh Paid Up Capital + Reserves 500 Lakh Annual Turnover - Company licensed to operate as per the provisions of Sec.25 of Companies Act. 6. As per CARO,2003 Auditor has to give Expert Opinion On Following issues on Auditors’ Report: - Fixed Assets - Inventory - Loans - Public Deposits - Sickness - Fraud - Maintenance Of Cost Records - Internal Audit System - Financial Management etc. 7. To give Expert Comment is mandatory for the AuditorRCCA E-NEWS 1
  8. 8. 3. Branch Audit 1. Normally Company Auditor shall be appointed as a Branch Auditor. 2. Normally: Branch Auditor=Branch Auditor 3. Duty: - To Prepare Branch Audit Report - Forward Report to Company Auditor - If Company Auditor = Branch Auditor, No Need to prepare Branch Auditor. 4. Right: - Right to access Books, Accounts, Vouchers. - Right to Obtain Information and Expenses. - Right to Visit Branch. 5. Do not have a Right: - To receive Notice of General Meeting. - To Attend and participate such General Meeting. 6. Remuneration: - Remuneration received from General Meeting/BOD (as decided in General Meeting). 4. Audit Committee 1. Sec.292 (A) Company Act.1956 Apply. 2. Mandatory for: - Public Company - Having Paid Up Capital 3. Minimum: - Out Of Members minimum 3 must be Director. - Out of Directors minimum 2/3 must be M.D/W.T.D 4. Duty: - Interact with Auditors about A. Internal Control B. Financial Statement 5. Act as Suggested by B.O.D 6. Scope And Function Of Audit Committee 1. Review of Financial Statement before submission to Board of Directors 2. Selection of Statutory Auditors to be recommended for Appointment 3. To act as Liaison between Statutory Auditor and Board Of Directors 4. Administrative Control of internal control function. 5. To select and Establish Accounting Policies. 6. Review financial Statements and seek clarification from the statutory Auditors. 7. Maintain Internal Audit Operation. 8. Review Expense Accounts of Senior Officers. 7. Benefits Of Audit Committee 1. Ensures reliability and credibility of the functionality of the Management. 2. Helps Board of Directors in discharging their functions properly. 3. Act as a communication link between Internal Auditor, Statutory Auditor & Board of Directors. 4. Act as Evidence in litigation cases in which Board of Directors and other officials of the organization might be involved. 5. Presentation and Publication of statements relating to Financial Position and Business Operation. To be continued with next issue........RCCA E-NEWS 1
  9. 9. CONVERGENCE WITH IFRS Pawan Kumar M.Com, ICAI (INTER) Ranchi Chapter of Cost Accountant Email- pawaniinrg@gmail.comIndia has been seeing a lot of changes in the legal and regulatory environment in the recent timeincluding New Direct Tax Code, Companies Bill, 2009, Goods & Service Tax (GST) and Adoption ofIFRS, even though all these proposed changes are presently in draft form. Keeping in view the fact thatInternational Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) are fast becoming the global accounting andfinancial reporting language, Indian accounting practices are set to converge with IFRS from 01.04.2011in a phased manner as announced by Ministry of Corporate Affairs and The Institute of CharteredAccountants of India (ICAI). More than 100 countries all over the world have already adopted IFRS andmany more including India, Korea, Brazil and Canada have committed to make the transition by 2011.How IFRS Can Be Adopted?IASB recognizes two ways of adopting IFRS by the member countries. These ways are:1. Adopting IFRS in verbatim2. Convergence with IFRSWhile the former refers to replacing the national Accounting Standards with International FinancialReporting Standards, the latter incorporates the IFRS provisions in the national Accounting Standards tomake those IFRS compliant.Convergence with IFRSConvergence with IFRS refers to achieving harmony of national accounting practices with IFRS. It maybe important to note that as per Statement of Best Practices: Working Relationship between the IASB and otherAccounting Standard-Setters issued by The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB),convergence with IFRS does not mean adoption of IFRS in to, but adoption of IFRS provisions. Hence,when the Indian standards will be converged to IFRS, the compliance with Indian AccountingStandards would automatically ensure compliance with IFRS. The Accounting Standards Board ishowever free to eliminate any optional treatments provided in IFRS or provide for any additionaldisclosure requirements in the road to convergence.Benefits of Convergence with IFRS1) Improved Access to International Capital Markets – Comparable financial reporting across firmsfrom different countries facilitates access to international capital markets.2) Access to Low-cost Foreign Funds – Accounting and reporting on common accounting principlesprovide access to foreign funds through higher acceptability of the global accounting language, therebyleading to higher FII inflow and lower cost of capital.3) Easier Comparability with Global Peers – Global reporting language in the form of IFRS is bound tofacilitate the comparability of an enterprise with not only its national competitors but global peers aswell.4) Elimination of Multiple Reporting Costs – Multinationals having global operations in IFRS drivencountries will find cost savings by having all their business units/investments on a common accountingplatform. Further, the IFRS-compliant financial statements will eliminate multiple reporting in differentaccounting standards in different countries.5) Opportunities for Professionals – Being a comparatively new subject, professionals with soundtheoretical and practical knowledge of IFRS are certain to have more opportunities in the times to come.RCCA E-NEWS 1
  10. 10. IFRS & IAS – Are These Terms Synonymous?IFRS stands for International Financial Reporting Standards and includes Standards & Interpretationsadopted by International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) including International AccountingStandards (IAS) and Interpretations developed by International Financial Reporting InterpretationCommittee (IFRIC). Hence, IFRS is a wider term and includes previously issued IAS as well. IASBstarted issuing the standards using the term International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) toemphasize upon its commitment towards better financial reporting after some Accounting Scandalssuch as Enron came into picture. So, it should be made clear that 29 IAS and 8 IFRS issued by IASBstand at par in terms of financial accounting & reporting and when one talks of an entity being IFRScompliant, it covers the compliance of an entity with IAS as well.Roadmap to Convergence with IFRSMinistry of Corporate Affairs has constituted a Core Group for convergence of Indian AccountingStandards with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). The group has a consensus on thefact that the convergence with IFRS is to be done in a phased manner based upon the publicaccountability of the company. Acknowledging the fact that there would be two categories of companiesat any given point of time till the convergence process gets completed, the Core Group has agreed thatthere will be two separate sets of Accounting Standards u/s Section 211(3C) of Companies Act, 1956.1. First set would comprise of the Indian Accounting Standards which have been converged with IFRSswhich shall be applicable to the specified class of companies.2. The second set would comprise of the existing Accounting Standards which would be applicable tothe rest of the companies to which First Set of converged Accounting Standards is not applicableincluding Small & Medium Companies (SMCs).Phased Applicability of Converged Accounting Standards Types of Companies Date of Applicability & Specified Class of CompaniesCompanies other than 01.04.2011 Companies which are part of NSE – Nifty 50Banking Companies, NBFCs Companies which are part of BSE – Sensex 30 and Insurance Companies Companies whose shares or other securities are listed On stock exchanges outside India Companies, whether listed or not, which have a net Worth in Excess of Rs. 1000 crores. 01.04.2013 Companies, whether listed or not, which have a net worth exceeding Rs. 500 crores but not exceeding Rs. 1000 crores 01.04.2014 Listed Companies which have a net worth of Rs. 500 crores or Less Companies which do not fall into the above categories i.e.RCCA E-NEWS 1
  11. 11. Non - listed companies with net worth of Rs. 500 crores or less and whose shares or other securities are not listed on stock exchanges outside India, and Small & Medium Companies (SMCs) will not be required to follow the converged Accounting Standards, though they can voluntarily opt to do so.Banking Companies 01.04.2013 All scheduled commercial banks All Urban Co-operative Banks (UCBs) with net worth exceeding Rs. 300 crores 01.04.2014 Urban Co-operative Banks which have a net worth Exceeding Rs. 200 crores but not exceeding Rs. 300 crores Banks which do not fall into the above categories i.e. Urban Co-operative Banks with net worth of Rs. 200 crores or less, and Regional Rural Bank (RRBs) will not be required to follow the converged Accounting Standards, though they can voluntarily opt to do so.Insurance Companies 01.04.2012 for all the insurance companiesNBFCs 01.04.2013 Companies which are part of NSE – Nifty 50 Companies which are part of BSE – Sensex 30 Companies, whether listed or not, which have a net worth in excess of Rs. 1000 crores. 01.04.2014 All listed NBFCs Unlisted NBFCs which have a net worth exceeding Rs. 500 crores but not exceeding Rs. 1000 crores NBFCs which do not fall into the above categories i.e. non – listed NBFCs having a net worth of Rs. 500 crores or less will not be required to follow the converged Accounting Standards, though they can voluntarily opt to do so.The specified class of companies would be required to convert their opening balance sheets as on thespecified dates according to the first set of Accounting Standards. The converged Accounting Standardswould be applicable to specified class of companies in a staggered form as per the following schedule:Further, it has been made clear by the Core Group that once an entity starts followingConverged Accounting Standards, it cannot switch back to the existing Accounting Standards in anycase, even if it stops fulfilling any of the conditions for applicability of converged Accounting Standards.Basic Differences between Existing Standards and IFRSWhile there are many differences between the existing set of Accounting Standards and IFRS, few of thebasic differences are being listed below,RCCA E-NEWS 1
  12. 12. S. No. Indian GAAP Indian GAAP 1 Financial Statements are presented upon Financial Statements are prepared on standalone basis, unless required by any other Consolidated basis. law/regulations. 2 Depreciation on Fixed Assets is charged on asset as Depreciation on Fixed Assets is charged on a whole. components of Fixed Assets. 3 Proposed Dividend is required to be shown as Dividend is to be recorded and shown in the Current Liability in the financial statements of the financial statements in the financial year in financial year to which it relates as per which it is declared requirements of Schedule VI of the Companies Act. 4 Prior Period items are shown as a separate item in Adjustments for the prior period items are Income Statement in the year it is detected. made retrospectively. 5 In case of conflict between law and AS, former In case of conflict between law and IFRS, prevails latter prevails.These are just a few of the differences between Indian GAAP (Generally Accepted AccountingPrinciples) and IFRS. It can be noticed that there are several legal and regulatory issues before completeconvergence with IFRS can be achieved. However, steps have already been initiated in this direction bythe concerned agencies:1) The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India– ICAI has already issued Exposure Drafts for AS 17Operating Segments (Corresponding to IFRS 8), AS 15 Employee Benefits (Corresponding to IAS 19), AS 9Revenue (Corresponding to IAS 18), AS 39 Insurance Contracts (Corresponding toIFRS 4), AS 38 Agriculture (Corresponding to IAS 41), AS 26 Intangible Assets (Corresponding to IAS 38),AS 33 Share Based Payments (Corresponding to IFRS 2), AS 36 Accounting and Reporting by RetirementBenefit Plans (Corresponding to IAS 26), AS 22 Income Taxes (Corresponding to IAS12), AS 28 Impairment of Assets (Corresponding to IAS 36), AS 27 Interest in Joint Ventures (Correspondingto IAS 31) and AS 24 Non-current Assets Held for Sale and Discontinued Operation(Corresponding to IFRS 5) for comments from interested groups and general public at large.2) Securities Exchange Board of India – SEBI has already amended listing agreement allowing forvoluntary adoption of IFRS by the listed companies having subsidiaries vide circular datedApril 5, 2010. This is positive step towards encouraging voluntary adoption of IFRS.3) Ministry of Corporate Affairs – Schedule VI of Companies Act, 1956 and suitable amendments in theCompanies Act, 1956 are proposed to be introduced in a time bound manner.Unanswered Issues, while the Ministry of Corporate Affairs remains committed towards initiation ofconvergence of IFRS in India by 2011, there are several issues which remain unanswered at this point oftime and suitable clarifications are awaited from the concerned regulatory authorities. Few of theseissues are:1) Deferred Tax Assets/Liabilities arising out of retrospective application of IFRS in Transition Year asper AS-22 Taxes on Income2) Applicability of Minimum Alternative Tax (MAT) in transition year and the availability of MATCredit thereon as the impact of transition from present Accounting Standards to the convergedAccounting Standards on the financial statements and book profits especially is estimated to be huge.3) Unrealized losses and gains on derivatives are required to be marked-to-market under IFRS.Taxation issues arising out of these notional gains & losses are still awaited to be clarified. Convergencewith IFRS is hence a lengthy & tedious process and it is hoped that India makes a smooth transitiontowards adoption and compliance of IFRS, though the same is likely to affect India Inc. in the early yearsof adoption.RCCA E-NEWS 1
  13. 13. LIST OF FORM FOR RETURN FILLING & SERVICE TAX Diptesh Nawal Ranchi Chapter of Cost Accountants Email: - dipnawal@gmail.com Service Tax Forms FORM NO SUBJECTFORM ST- 1 Application form for RegistrationFORM ST- 2 Performa of Registration CertificateFORM ST- 3 New Form for Return of Service TaxFORM ST-3A Memorandum of Provisional DepositFORM ST- 4 Form of Appeal to Commissioner (Appeals)FORM ST- 5 Form of Appeal to TribunalFORM ST- 6 Form of Memo of cross objection to TribunalFORM ST- 7 Form of Application to Tribunal by DepartmentST GAR7 Challan Service Tax GAR7 ChallanFORM TR- 6 Challan Form for deposit of service taxFORM AAR (ST) Application for Advance RulingFORM ASTR -1 Application for filing a claim of rebate of service tax and cess paid on taxable services exportedFORM ASTR -2 Application for filing a claim of rebate of duty paid on inputs, service tax and cess paid on input servicesVakalatnama For appointing a lawyer for hearing in court Income Tax FormsForm No. ParticularsITR-1 SAHAJ Indian Individual Income tax Return English Form ITR – V AcknowledgmentITR-2 For Individuals and HUFs not having Income from Business English Form or Profession ITR – V AcknowledgmentITR-3 For Individuals/HUFs being partners in firms and not English Form carrying out business or profession under any proprietorship ITR – V AcknowledgmentSUGAM (ITR- Sugam - Presumptive Business Income tax Return English Form4S) ITR – V AcknowledgmentITR-4 For individuals and HUFs having income from a proprietary English Form business or profession ITR – V AcknowledgmentITR-5 For firms, AOPs and BOIs English Form ITR – V AcknowledgmentITR-6 For Companies other than companies claiming exemption English Form under section 11 ITR – V AcknowledgmentITR-7 For persons including companies required to furnish return English Form under section 139(4A) or section 139(4B) or section 139(4C) or section 139(4D)Acknowledgment ITR – V Acknowledgment RCCA E-NEWS 1
  14. 14. Accounting Dictionary Neha Kumari ICAI (INTER)AAA is American Accounting Association, Association of Accounting Administrators, or seeACCUMULATED ADJUSTMENT ACCOUNT.AAA-CPA is American Association of Attorney-Certified Public Accountants.AACSB is American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business.AAFI is Associated Accounting Firms International.AAHCPA is American Association of Hispanic CPAs.A&E can mean either Appropriation & Expense or Analysis & Evaluation.A&G is Administrative & General.A&M is Additions and Maintenance.A&P is an acronym for Administrative and Personnel.AAT, in Great Britain, is Association of Accounting Technicians.ABA is the American Bar Association. See below also.ABA (Accredited Business Accountant or Accredited Business Advisor), in the US, is a nationalcredential conferred by Accreditation Council for Accountancy and Taxation to professionals whospecialize in supporting the financial needs of individuals and small to medium sized businesses.ABA is the only nationally recognized alternative to the CPA. Most accredited individuals do notperform audits. Generally, they are small business owners themselves. In addition to generalaccounting work, CPAs are also heavily schooled in performing audits; however, only a smallfraction of Americas businesses require an audit. In general, a CPA has majored in accounting,passed the CPA examination and is licensed to perform audits. An ABA has majored in accounting,passed the ABA comprehensive examination and in most states is not licensed to perform audits.ABATEMENT, in general, is the reduction or lessening. In law, it is the termination or suspension ofa lawsuit. For example, an abatement of taxes is a tax decrease or rebate.ABNORMAL RETURNS is the difference between the actual return and that is expected to resultfrom market movements (normal return).ABNORMAL SPOILAGE is spoilage that is not part of everyday operations. It occurs for reasonssuch as the following: out-of-control manufacturing processes, unusual machine breakdowns, andunexpected electrical outages that result in a number of spoiled units. Some abnormal spoilage isconsidered avoidable; that is, if managers monitor processes and maintain machinery appropriately,little spoilage will occur. To highlight these types of problems so that they can be monitored,abnormal spoilage is recorded in a Loss from Abnormal Spoilage Account in the general ledger andis not included in the job costing inventory accounts (work in process, finished goods, and cost ofgoods sold).ABOVE THE LINE, in accounting, denotes revenue and expense items that enter fully and directlyinto the calculation of periodic net income, in contrast to below the line items that affect capitalaccounts directly and net income only indirectly.ABOVE THE LINE, for the individual, is a term derived from a solid bold line on Form 1040 and1040A above the line for adjusted gross income. Items above the line prior to coming to adjustedgross income, for example, can include: IRA contributions, half of the self-employment tax, self-RCCA E-NEWS 1
  15. 15. employed health insurance deduction, Keogh retirement plan and self-employed SEP deduction,penalty on early withdrawal of savings, and alimony paid. A taxpayer can take deductions above theline and still claim the standard deduction.ABSOLUTE CHANGE is a numerical change in an empirical value, e.g. cost of goods was reducedby $9.00.ABSORB is to assimilate, transfer or incorporate amounts in an account or a group of accounts in amanner in which the first entity loses its identity and is "absorbed" within the second entity. Forexample, see ABSORPTION COSTING.ABSORBED COSTS incorporates both variable and fixed costs.ABSORPTION see ABSORB.ABSORPTION COSTING is the method under which all manufacturing costs, both variable andfixed, are treated as product costs with non-manufacturing costs, e.g. selling and administrativeexpenses, being treated as period costs.ABSORPTION PRICING is where all costs, both fixed and variable; plus a percentage mark-up forprofit; are recovered in the price.ABSORPTION VARIANCE is the variance from budgeted absorption costing of manufacturedproduct. See also ABSORPTION COSTING.ACA is Accreditation Council for Accountancy.ACAT (Accreditation Council for Accountancy and Taxation) is a national organization established in1973 as a non-profit independent testing, accrediting and monitoring organization. The Councilseeks to identify professionals in independent practice who specialize in providing financial,accounting and taxation services to individuals and small to mid-size businesses. Professionalsreceive accreditation through examination and/or coursework and maintain accreditation throughcommitment to a significant program of continuing professional education and adherence to theCouncils Code of Ethics and Rules of Professional Conduct.ACB normally refers to adjusted cost base.ACCELERATED DEPRECIATION is a method of calculating depreciation with larger amounts in thefirst year(s).ACCEPTANCE is a drawees promise to pay either a TIME DRAFT or SIGHT DRAFT. Normally, theacceptor signs his/her name after writing "accepted" (or some other words indicating acceptance)on the bill along with the date. That "acceptance" effectively makes the bill a promissory note, i.e.the acceptor is the maker and the drawer is the endorser.ACCOMODATION ENDORSEMENT is a) the guarantee given by one legal entity to induce a lenderto grant a loan to another legal entity. b) a banking practice where one bank endorses theacceptances of another bank, for a fee, qualifying them for purchase in the acceptance market.ACCOUNT is the detailed record of a particular asset, liability, owners equity, revenue or expense.ACCOUNT AGING usually refers to the methods of tracking past due accounts in accountsreceivable based on the dates the charges were incurred. Account aging can also be used inaccounts payable, to a lesser degree, to monitor payment history to suppliers. See also AGING OFACCOUNTS.ACCOUNT ANALYSIS is a way to measure cost behavior. It selects a volume-related cost driver and classifieseach account from the accounting records as a fixed or variable cost. The cost accountant then looks at eachRCCA E-NEWS 1
  16. 16. cost account balance and estimates either the variable cost per unit of cost driver activity or the periodic fixedcost.ACCOUNTANTS OPINION is a signed statement regarding the financial status of an entity from anindependent public accountant after examination of that entities records and accounts.ACCOUNT-CLASSIFICATION METHOD, also called account analysis, is a cost estimation method thatrequires a study of an account in the general ledger. The experienced analysts use the account information aswell as their own judgment to determine how costs will behave in the future.ACCOUNT CURRENT is a running or continued account between two or more parties, or a statement of theparticulars of such an account.ACCOUNT DISTRIBUTION is the process by which debits and credits are identified to the correct accounts.ACCOUNT GROUP, in accounting, is a designation of a group of accounts of like type (for example: accountsreceivable and fixed assets).ACCOUNTING is primarily a system of measurement and reporting of economic events based upon theaccounting equation for the purpose of decision making. Generally, when someone says "accounting" they arereferring to the department, activity or individuals involved in the application of the accounting equation.ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS are the assumptions underlying the preparation of financial statements, i.e., thebasic assumptions of going concern, accruals, consistency and prudence.ACCOUNTING CONVENTION see CONVENTION.ACCOUNTING CYCLE is the sequence of steps in preparing the financial statements for a given period. It refers tothe fact that because financial reports are given each period (usually a year) there are a set of steps (cycle) takeneach period that result in the reports and preparation for the next period or cycle. The term cycle is used becauseevery period there is a start and an end. The cycle usually starts with the budget, goes through the journalentries, adjusting entries, posting to the accounts, financial reports, and closings.ACCOUNTING DATA is all the information and data contained in journals, ledgers and other records thatsupport financial statements, e.g. spreadsheets. It may be in computer readable form or on paper.ACCOUNTING DIVERSITY is the recognition that many diverse national and international accountingstandards exist in the world.ACCOUNTING ENTITY ASSUMPTION states that a business is a separate legal entity from the owner. In theaccounts the business’ monetary transactions are recorded only.ACCOUNTING ENTITY is an organization, institution or being that has its own existence for legal or tax purposes.An accounting entity is often an organization with an existence separate from its individual members--forexample, a corporation, partnership, trust, etc. See also ACCOUNTING ENTITY ASSUMPTION. To be continued with next issue........RCCA E-NEWS 1
  17. 17. STUDENTS’ASSOCIATIONOF MANAGEMENTACCOUNTANTS (SAMA) of Ranchi Chapter of Cost Accountant of EIRC of ICAI 303, Gridhar Plaza, Near Gaushala, Harmu Road, Ranchi E-mail:-samaranchi14@gmail.com REGISTRATION FORM S. No. …………. Fill in Block Letters. Leave one box blank between words. * mark fields are necessary to be filled.*Full Name:*Address :*Date of Birth *Male Female*Phone No. *E-mail Id: *Foundation Group: - I II III IV [Tick the correct box (es)] *Inst. Registration No. Year Academic Qualification…………………………………………………… Pursuing any other Course (s) / Qualification: Yes No (If Yes, write the details in the space provided.) Qualification University/Institution Remarks Association Registration No.(To be S R / 0 0 0 filled by the officials) Declaration I declare that to the best of my knowledge and belief the information given above is correct and complete in all respects, in the event of being found otherwise I shall abide by the decision of the Association to summarily reject my application. I also undertake to abide by the regulations framed by the Association. Date: Enclosure: ..………………………………………. 1. One Passport Size Photo. Signature of Applicant 2. Xerox of Inst. Identity Card. Students’ Association of Management Accountants (SAMA) For Office Use Only Sl. No.: …………… Name (Mr. / Ms.): ………………………………………………………...……………………………………………........... Association Registration No. S R / 0 0 0 Amount Towards: Registration Fees/Membership Fees In words: ` One Hundred only ` 100.00 Date: ............................................................ Recipient’s Signature RCCA E-NEWS 1
  18. 18. SAMA’s By-lawsObjective: - SAMA, an association created by the students of ICAI (Earlier ICWAI) for the development of its members by organizing events, classes, interviews, workshops and other problems regarding their study & chapter etc.Membership: - Students of Ranchi Chapter of ICAI only can become the member of SAMAMembership Fees: - For membership of the Association Students have to pay Rs. 100/- and an Annual Subscription of Rs. 50/- only.Terms, Rules & Regulations:- 1. Office of the SAMA will be at the concerned chapter of the ICAI 2. Every member should have to attend the meeting of the association on 4th Sunday of each month at the pre-decided place (scheduled timings may change if committee think so. 3. Association should consists of two categories, a. Managing Committee- Managing Committee will be decided by the existing chairman under the guidance of Patrons and should consist of i. Chairman ii. Vice- Chairman iii. Secretary iv. Treasurer b. Patrons- Cost Accountants having the membership of the Institute, can only become the Patron of the Association by paying Rs. 500. 4. In the following cases membership of the members will be terminated: a. If they found guilty of practicing unwanted means within the Association. b. If they complete their study in the Institute or become the member of the Institute, i.e. ICAI. c. If they crosses the age of 29 years. 5. Association will have to maintain its accounts and get it audited every year by a Cost Accountant. 6. It should call its AGM on 4th Sunday of May every year and present the audited account in front of members. 7. Members should have a valid mail id for effective communication.RCCA E-NEWS 1
  19. 19. Desk of CompilersDear Readers,Since its inception from 14.11.2010, SAMA is trying to magnify the quality inherent in the students in the areas ofcost accountancy. To achieve the goal, Students’ Association of Management Accountants (SAMA) of RanchiChapter is organizing many events for development and updation of the knowledge of its members and of thechapter’s students.Recently, SAMA has organized Business Quiz in Ranchi Chapter of Cost Accountant, venue was in Capitol Hill,Ranchi on 13.11.2011 and in this Quiz many student had participated. The quiz master was Mr. A. D. Wadhwaalong with Score calculator Mr. Pawan Kumar & Mr. Krishna Kr. Sharma.Besides this SAMA is also organizing many workshops time to time on different topics like dress code, personalitydevelopment and some extra classes are being taken by senior student for juniors in different subjects which willhelp them in their examination.In future too, we look forward to carry the same for promotion and development of our members.Note: - You can also get you articles published in E-magazine, for that sends your article in our mail id, i.e.samaranchi14@gmail.com MEMORIES FROM REGIONAL COST CONFERENCE 2011RCCA E-NEWS 1
  20. 20. Delegates inaugurating the Phone Directory of RCCA. Group photo of Students of RCCA with Mr. A. D Wadhwa.Contestants of Bussiness Quiz, organised by SAMA Manjeeta Rana receiving the award “Best studenton the day of Annual Seminar of Ranchi Chapter. of the year 2011”..Volunteers of annual seminar 2011. Volunteers & Students with Mr. A. D. Wadhwa Past Chairman, EIRC, Mr. Sanjay Kr. Singh Vice-chairman, RCCA & Mr. Ranjit Agarwal, Secretary RCCA in annual seminar 2011.RCCA E-NEWS 1