Intra company adjustments-group accounts, Financial Accounting

INTRA COMPANY ADJUSTMENTS

In preparing the consolidated balance sheet, the following items may require adjustments:.

1    Goodwill
2    Unrealized profit on closing inventory
3    Unrealized profit on PPE
4    Inter company balances
5    Proposed dividends by subsidiary
6    Fair value of subsidiaries net assets on date of acquisition

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