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Financial management
Part 2


Lesson number one.

Question № 1. Own shares purchased from shareholders who are recorded in the balance sheet under:
1) "current assets";
2) "Non-current assets";
3) "Capital and reserves";
4) "Short-term liabilities";
5) "Long-term liabilities".

Question № 2. Enter the reason that causes the movement of funds in the investment activity of the enterprise:
1) receipt of proceeds for the sold goods and the payment of suppliers' invoices for materials and services;
2) the acquisition and sale of fixed assets;
3) Acquisition of intangible assets;
4) bond issue and redemption;
5) The correct answer is 2 or 3.

Question № 3. Formation of the information in the profit and loss statement is carried out according to the analytical accounting and accounts:
1) "Sales", "Other income and expenses" and "Gains and losses";
2) "Sales", "Other income and expenses", "Gains and losses", "Deferred tax assets" and "Deferred tax liabilities";
3) "Sales", "Other income and expenses", "Gains and losses" and "Retained earnings (loss)";
4) "Sales", "Gains and losses" and "Deferred tax assets";
5) "Sales", "Other income and expenses" and "Deferred tax liabilities".

Question № 4. The most important part of the statement of changes in equity, reflecting the growth of the welfare of the organization and its owners is:
1) the authorized capital;
2) retained earnings;
3) additional capital;
4) the reserve capital;
5) All the answers are correct.

Question № 5. In the balance sheet fixed assets are stated:
1) at cost;
2) replacement cost;
3) the residual value;
4) the cost of liquidity;
5) for revaluation value.


Lesson number 2.
Question № 1. Gross profit for the purpose of the statement of profit and loss account represents:
1) the difference between income from ordinary activities and the direct costs of it;
2) the difference between income from ordinary activities and the totality of the costs associated with it;
3) the difference between all revenue and expenditure of organizations engaged in it in the process of financial and economic activity;
4) the difference between all income and expenses;
5) The difference between all income and indirect costs.

Question № 2. Profit (loss) on sales generated in the current profit and loss account represents:
1) the difference between income on ordinary activities and the direct costs of it;
2) the difference between income from ordinary activities and the totality of the costs associated with it;
3) the difference between all revenue and expenditure of organizations engaged in it in the process of financial and economic activity;
4) the difference between income from ordinary activities and indirect costs of it;
5) there is no right answer.
Question № 3. Which of the two main forms of account is the cause and what is effect?
1) the balance sheet;
2) Profit and loss account;
3) is determined by the objectives of the specific members reporting;
4) a statement of cash flows;
5) a statement of changes in equity.
Question № 4. Formation of indicators of financial results in today's profit and loss statement is carried out:
1) using cash method;
2) Open method;
3) combined method;
4) residual method;
5) the algebraic method.
Question № 5. The requirement for inclusion in the profit and loss information on profit per share is contained:
1) of the Federal Law "On Accounting";
2) RAS 4/99 "Accounting reporting of the organization";
3) PBU1 / 98 "accounting policy";
4) in the PBU 18/02 "Accounting for income taxes";
5) 9/

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