Consolidated income statement and consolidated statement , Financial Accounting

CONSOLIDATED INCOME STATEMENT AND CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY
   
The consolidated income statement follows similar principles as those of the consolidated balance sheet. This is because the procedure involves adding the transactions of the subsidiary company to those of the holding company while excluding inter company transactions and making the necessary inter-group adjustments for items like unrealized profits on inventory.

The consolidated statement of changes in equity only reports transactions that tare attributable to the holding company. Therefore, it deals with the holding company’s retained profits plus the holding company’s share of post acquisition retained profits in subsidiary company.

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