What is the approximate tax rate, Financial Accounting

1. From your review of note 3.7, how does the company determine whether a sale has occurred?

2. Using the consolidated income statement and consolidated statement of financial position identify TWO items that may result in adjusting entries for deferrals.

3.  Using the consolidated income statement, identify TWO items that may result in adjusting entries for accruals.

4.  Is Zetar Plc using a multiple-step or a single-step income statement format? Explain how you made your determination.

5.  What is the approximate tax rate of Zetar Plc's "Tax on profit from continuing activities?"

6.  Using the notes to Zetar Plc's financial statements, explain what each of the following are:

a)  Adjusted results

b)  One-off items

 

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