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Understanding Financial Statement

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Understanding Financial Statement

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Understanding Financial Statement

  1. 1. Understanding Financial Statement Large Taxpayer Unit Commissionerate, Delhi-I December 28, 2015 Presented by: CA Gaurav Gupta FCA, LLB, DISA Partner MGS & Co.
  2. 2. • Discusses overall performance • Any strategic movement like acquisition etc • Corporate Governance report • Director’s responsibility statement • Any major departures from applicable accounting standards • True and fair view • Going concern basis • Employee and other details like energy conservation etc. • Foreign exchange earning and outgo Director’s Report Study of Financials CA Gaurav Gupta 2
  3. 3. Director’s Report Case Study -1 • Observations in Director’s report “ During the year a major fire broke out at our Pune plant in August, 1999 resulting in substantial damage to the paper makin plant and the burning of raw-material and finished goods. The company has lodged the insurance claim. However, we were able to repair the plant and manufacturing activities were restarted by end of February 2013. Due to stoppage of this plant our profits have reduced substantially”. - Whether CENVAT credit was reversed on input or input contained in work in progress and finished goods destroyed by fire. - Whether remission of duty on finished goods has been claimed. - Whether any of the capital goods, which got damaged, have been cleared as scrap and whether CENVAT credit was availed in the past on the said capital goods.
  4. 4. Director’s Report Case Study -2 • Observations in Director’s report “In order to strengthen marketing activities, your company have acquired majority shares in ABC Marketing Ltd., which had become a subsidiary company from this year”. - Department can find out whether the company is supply of services or goods to the subsidiary company or vice-versa. - Transactions between related parties
  5. 5. Director’s Report Case Study - 3 • Observations in Director’s report “Your company has initiated various actions to meet the challenges of the market. Among the steps taken are introduction of state of the art new products, provision of technical and engineering services and starting of e- commerce marketing. Your company is among the first few in the country to start trading though web-site”. • Exact system of trading on e-com basis should be found out to verify correctness of payment of duty. - New line of business – Cenvat /credit – setting up
  6. 6. Director’s Report Case Study – 4 • Observations in Director’s report “Performance and profitability: During the year under reference your Company has incurred a loss of ` 9002.73 lackh ( for 18 months) on a turnover of ` 8785.39 Lakhs The expenses to the extent of ` 3589.20 lakhs has been charged to the profit and loss account pertaining to earlier years. The loss is mainly attributable to higher depreciation, write off of slow and non-moving and obsolete inventory, as suggested by the concurrent auditors appointed by the lead bank and higher interest burden. In addition there has been increase in cost of raw materials and components consumed which could not be absorbed in the selling price.” - Details of write-off of slow, non-moving and obsolete inventory. - Whether these have been sold subsequently and whether CENVAT availed has been reversed. - What is the impact of increase in raw-material cost to PLA/ CENVAT ratio. - Expenses of previous years- Does it include inputs on which credit was availed in the past.
  7. 7. • Basic Accounting policies • Nature of assets and liabilities • Revenue Recognition • Provisions, contingent liabilities - List of Show Cause Notice(s) issued, if any and their present Status. • Mandatory detailed information under New Schedule VI • Segment reporting • Related party transactions including their balances • Capital and other Commitments • Expenditure in foreign Currency • In certain Cases, unpaid Statutory liabilities Notes forming part Study of Financials CA Gaurav Gupta 7
  8. 8. Case Study – 1 • Notes “Plant and Machinery includes machinery acquired under lease/ hire purchase scheme costing ` 1.58 crores ( 1.28 crores last year )” - CENVAT Credit as capital goods on such machinery has been taken on lease/hire purchase - Whether any old machine replaces and treatment of credit thereof - What is the impact of increase in raw-material cost to PLA/ CENVAT ratio. - Expenses of previous years- Does it include inputs on which credit was availed in the past. Notes forming part
  9. 9. Case Study – 2 • Notes “Inventories includes ` 7.8 crores for products under development in house (Previous year ` 10.25 crores) - Availment of Cenvat ccredit on inputs and capital goods - Any reversal on clearance etc Notes forming part
  10. 10. Case Study – 2 • Notes “Inventories includes ` 7.8 crores for products under development in house (Previous year ` 10.25 crores) - Availment of Cenvat ccredit on inputs and capital goods - Any reversal on clearance etc Case Study – 3 • Notes “The value of raw-material, spare parts and components consumed includes write off on account of obsolete and scrap valued at `27,167,000 ( Previous year 24,201,100).” - Any reversal on clearance etc - Credit of input services used in clearance Notes forming part
  11. 11. Case Study – 4 • Notes “Materials worth ` 120 lakhs has been considered at nil valuE owing to its non suitability for production and discontinuing of certain production range. The concurrent auditors appointed by the lead institutions have opined that these amounts should be written off and accordingly management has agreed to write off such goods.” - Availment of Cenvat ccredit on inputs and capital goods - Any reversal on clearance etc Case Study – 5 • Notes “Purchases includes provision on account of replacement of spares and accessories of ` 30 lakhs” - Payment on free supplies Notes forming part
  12. 12. • TYPES OF RATIOS - Profitability Ratios : GP Ratio / NP Ratio - Activity Ratios : Turnover Ratio, Stock Ratio, Material Consumption ratio - Liquidity Ratios : Current Ratio , - Stability Ratios (Capital Structure/Leverage Ratios) : Debt Equity, ROI Ratio Analysis
  13. 13. • Period of Review Every audit should invariably cover the retrospective period up to the previous audit by the Departmental Audit Party or the last 5 years (limited to the commencement of levy on a particular service) whichever is less and should extend up to the last completed Financial Year preceding the date of Commencement of audit. All Company Balance sheet contain figures for two years. Understanding period Study of Financials CA Gaurav Gupta 13
  14. 14. • Focus of review o Money Measurement Concept o Cost Concept o Going Concern Concept o Accrual / Cash concept o Consistency o Disclosure o Substance over form Financial Statements Study of Financials CA Gaurav Gupta 14
  15. 15. • Account codes with balances • Classification of assets and Liabilities • Movement included in summary • Opening and closing balances • Detailed codes – understanding of recording of ledgers • Monthly movement – provides review of pattern of income and expense • Taxation accounts and their balances • Debit and credit movements in sales / Services accounts • Minor heads also displayed • Discounts • Bad debts Trial Balance Study of Financials CA Gaurav Gupta 15
  16. 16. • List of all Ledger Accounts wherein entries have taken place. • List of Ledger Accounts relevant from Service Tax point of view. • Balance of Service Tax payable / Cenvat Credit Trial Balance Study of Financials CA Gaurav Gupta 16
  17. 17. • Main heads o Assets o Liabilities o Capital o Subsidiary Books o Cash Book o Purchases / Purchase return o Sales / Sales return o Bills receivable / payable o journal Balance sheet Study of Financials CA Gaurav Gupta 17
  18. 18. • Consolidation of Subsidiary financials • Fixed assets statement – loss of assets / relinquishment • Revenue from operations • Cash flow – receipts from debtors • Major heads to be examined • Advances / Outstanding debtors • Unearned incomes / Deferred incomes • Capital Advances • Security deposits • Unpaid creditors • Detail of other income Balance sheet Study of Financials CA Gaurav Gupta 18
  19. 19. • Reverse charge mechanism- under this mechanism, the recipient of services is liable to pay service tax (e.g. GTA Services, services received from abroad, etc.). It is to be ensured that assessee must have paid his liability on such items. • Reimbursement- unless the concept of pure agent is applicable, reimbursement are includible in the value of taxable services. Reconciliation should cover all receivables including reimbursement, sale of goods etc, • Netting of expenses/ Income- Netting of Income with amount payable should also be checked as liability of Service Tax does not absolve on netting. The same can be verified from ledger/ credit notes/ debit notes. • VAT payment on certain transaction- VAT put in case of certain transaction should be as to arrive at then taxable value, nature and classification such transaction include- • Commercial or Industrial Construction Services • Complex Construction Services • Works Contract Services • Annual Maintenance Services Items requiring special mention Study of Financials CA Gaurav Gupta 19
  20. 20. • Clause 14 of the tax audit report (Form 3CD) provides information about amount of depreciation under Section 32 of the Income Tax Act, 1961 and that of CENVAT credit availed by the service providers on capital goods. • Clause 22(a) of the Tax Audit Report (Form 3CD) gives the details of credit available and carried forward to the next year. Hence, the Auditor can authenticate the amount of credit carried forward in the service tax returns with the information provided in terms of this clause. • Clause 22(b) of the Tax Audit Report (Form 3CD) also gives information regarding prior period incomes and expenses booked in the year under Tax Audit. The Auditor shall ensure that service tax is paid on these amount in case they are subject to service tax. • Clause 30 of the Tax audit report (Form 3CD) provides the information relating to Cost Audit. If such an audit has been carried out, the Auditor should examine the Cost Audit Report. Tax Audit report Study of Financials CA Gaurav Gupta 20
  21. 21. • Applicable Net gain / Loss on foreign transaction • Bargain agreements • Free of cost services to group companies and employees • Corporate Guarantee • Form 26AS • Change in ratios • Form 3CEB – Arms length value with sister concerns • Any demands under other laws – unearthed revenue Other important Points Study of Financials CA Gaurav Gupta 21
  22. 22. Disclaimer This presentation has been prepared for internal use of ICAI and its members. The contents of this document are solely for informational purpose. It does not constitute professional advice or a formal recommendation. The presentation is made with utmost professional caution but in no manner guarantees the content for use by any person. It is suggested to go through original statute / notification / circular / pronouncements before relying on the matter given. The presentation is meant for general guidance and no responsibility for loss arising to any person acting or refraining from acting as a result of any material contained in this presentation will be accepted by us. Professional advice recommended to be sought before any action or refrainment. CA Gaurav Gupta Partner MGS & Co. 507 B, D-Mall, Netaji Subhash Palace, Delhi - 110034 +91 11 32962487 +91 11 2735 2487 +91 98110 13940 cagauravmgs@gmail.com Thank you

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