The paper 'Accounting Standards Board' is a great example of a Finance and Accounting Case Study. These financial statements have been prepared according to ASX rules. They reflect the performance of the company for the last, twelve months of the trade from 1st July 2012 to 30 June 2013. They are in concurrence with accounting standards adopted by the Australian accounting standards board and also the Companies Act which was adopted in the year 2001. these results have not yet been approved by the board of directors. The board of directors will meet in august 2013 to review the financial statements and approve them.
the assets and liabilities have been prepared using the historical amounts in accordance with the relevant policies on accounting. The assets of the company exceed its liabilities. This is a sign of good asset management by the company’ s management. The financial statements have been prepared on a going concern basis that is the company will continue in operation for the next foreseeable future. This is evidenced by the profitability of the company. It is making good profits which will make good returns to the shareholders.
These financial statements comply with the international accounting standard (IASs), international financial reporting standards (IFRSs) and the Australian accounting standards (AASBs) Accounting policies and estimates AASB 137 requires that contingent assets, provisions, and contingent liabilities be discounted to their present value to affect the time value of money where it is material. The provisions of this company have been prepared at their present value at the reporting time using a rate before tax that reflects the current market condition of the time value of money and also all the risks to the specific liabilities. Dividends The management declared and paid dividends to the shareholders.
These dividends were declared on 3rd July 2012 which is in the current accounting period under which these financial statements are prepared. These dividends were paid on 1st September 2012 following the annual general meeting. These dividends were of the amount of $1,430,000. Further, the company declared interim dividends on 1st march 2013 of $480,000. They were paid from retained earnings from the previous years. On 29th June 2013 went further and declared a final dividend of $1,876,000 which was not subject to approval.
This was on the basis of 10 cents for every share held. After balance date events The company directors issued a prospectus for a new issue of shares for three million ordinary shares at an issue price of $3.00 to be payable in full on application. This was on 10th august 2013. The directors also decided to outsource to contractors some of the company’ s activities and processes that were overseas in a move to reduce costs. This was done especially to the countries where labor costs were significantly low.
They outsourced payroll processing which was anticipated to occur in December of 2013. It would reduce costs by 4% in the next accounting period and 7% the following years after that. The Directors’ Declaration In view of the directors of kibet company limited: The financial statements and the notes to them in these financial statements are in accordance with companies Act of 2001, this include; Providing a true and fair view of the financial statements and the financial position of the company performance as of 30th June 2013.
This is represented by the results of the operations provided in this report That the financial statements comply with accounting standards provided by AASB and the company’ s regulation of the year 2001. That there are reasonable reasons that the company will be able to meet all its obligations as and when they fall due to be paid. Annual Directors report This company has shown tremendous growth in this reporting period that has ended. This is evidenced by the company's profitability which is attractive to the shareholders. The retained earnings show that the company is progressing well in terms of liquidity perspective.
It is our responsibility to ensure that the financial statements of Kibet Company limited have been compiled and prepared according to the relevant regulatory bodies. These financial statements have been prepared according to the requirements of the international accounting standards and the Australian accounting standards. They represent the true performance of the company for the financial year ended 30th June 2013. Annual auditor’ s report To the shareholders of kibet company limited We the auditors of these financial statements have audited all the financial statements in this report of Kibet Company limited which includes the income statement, the statement of financial position as of 30th June 2013, the statement of changes in equity, and the accompanying notes for the year ended 30th June 2013. The directors of Kibet limited are responsible for the preparation of the financial statements reflect a true and fair view according to the AASB and the companies Act of 2001.
Directors are also responsible for the internal control as they determine it necessary to prepare the financial statements that are free from material misstatements due to error or fraud.
The directors have disclosed that these financial statements comply with international financial reporting standards. Comply with the relevant ethical requirements Auditor’ s responsibility As the auditors of Kibet Company limited our responsibility is to express an opinion on the base of the financial statement on our audit of the same. We conducted our audit according to Australian auditing standards. This requires that we comply with the relevant ethical requirements relating to conducting the audit engagements, the audit plan, and the audit performed in order to obtain a reasonable assurance of whether the financial statements are free from material misstatements. We conducted our audit performing procedures to obtain audit evidence of the disclosures and the amounts.
This depends on our judgment. Our opinion In our opinion; Financial statements of company limited are in accordance with the Companies Act of 2001. this includes’ Giving a true and fair view of the company limited as at 30th June 2013 and of its performance for the year ended 30th June 2013. Complying with Australian accounting interpretation, the Australian accounting standards, and the company’ s regulations of 2001. The financial statements comply with international financial reporting standards as is requires in note 1(a).
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