What are the perceptions of participants regarding how economic development and housing are related in post-war countries?

IMPACT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ON HOUSING IN POST WAR COUNTRIES: A CASE STUDY ON DUAZON COMMUNITY IN LIBERIA, WEST AFRICAResearch Questions RQ1: What are the perceptions of participants regarding how economic development and housing are related in post-war countries? RQ2: What are the perceptions of participants regarding how war and economic distortions are related in developing states? I need to breakdown the research questions into 10 questionnaires to interview participants

Explain why inflation make nominal GDP a poor measure of the increase in total production from one year to the next?

Task 6: GDP, economic growth, unemployment and inflation1. Suppose 1 800 000 people are employed, 40 000 people are unemployed, and an additional250 000 people are not in the labour force but are of working age. What is the formula for theunemployment rate? Calculate the unemployment rate and briefly explain how you did this.What is the formula for the labour force participation rate? Calculate the labour forceparticipation rate and briefly explain how you did this. (2 marks).– Word count 150Calculate the year-end (or annual) inflation rate for the March 2016 quarter to two decimalplaces. Show all workings including the formula used. (1 mark) – Word count 303. Using excel calculate the year-end inflation rate for each quarter for the period March 2010 toMarch 2018. Paste your spreadsheet with the answers into the assignment. (2 marks) –Spreadsheet only. Answers to 1 decimal place.4. Using Excel, prepare a graph of the year-end inflation rate for each quarter for the period March2010 to March 2018. Paste your graph into the assignment. Make sure you carefully label yourgraph including an appropriate title, axis labels and legend. (1 mark) – Graph only5. Explain why inflation make nominal GDP a poor measure of the increase in total productionfrom one year to the next? (1 mark) – Word count 806. Suppose that a very simple economy produces three goods: pizzas, haircuts and backpacks.Suppose the quantities produced and their corresponding prices for 2015 and 2019 are asshown in the table. Use the information in the table to compute nominal GDP in the year2019. Calculate real GDP in 2019 assuming the base year is 2015. Compare and explain the tworesults. (2 marks) – Word count 200

Evaluate and Integrate several information sources in analysing Enterprise Systems and Describe the role of enterprise systems as part of the larger IT infrastructure of large scale organisations.

You have recently been employed as a Business Analyst and your boss has decided to send you on ashort Enterprise Systems course. You have now returned from your course ad would like to demonstrateyour learning. Create an e-portfolio to provide a synopsis and reflection on your learning duringthe course. You have been requested to document your learning in a portfolio that can be displayed onyour company’s intranet or knowledge portal. This way, the entire organization can access the documentand share in your newly acquired knowledge.This assessment task will address the following ILOs:• Evaluate and Integrate several information sources in analysing Enterprise Systems• Describe the role of enterprise systems as part of the larger IT infrastructure of large scale organisations.• Identify relevant considerations in the implementation of Enterprise Systems.• Demonstrate communication skills to present a coordinated, coherent and independent exposition of knowledgeand ideas in dealing with Enterprise Systems.Time allocation: Approximately 30-40 hoursWeighting: 30%Submission: Using your student e-Portfolio account, create a link from Moodle to your Mahara page asindicated on the submission link. You are required to prepare your responses to the assessment tasks as apage in your Mahara e-Portfolio. (To be submitted in Week 11)Referencing: Your portfolio should be a synthesis of ideas from a variety of sources expressed in yourown words. A minimum of 10 references is recommended. You should use the APA referencing style.The University has published a style guide to help students correctly reference and cite information theyuse in assignments (American Psychological Association (APA) citation style:https://federation.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0020/313328/FEDUNI-GENERAL-GUIDE-TOREFERENCING-2016-EDITION_ed.pdfEnterprise SystemsePortfolioEnterprise Systems Assessment TaskThe ContextIntended Learning Outcomes (ILOs)Assessment GuidelinesMarking Criteria: A passing grade will be awarded to assignments adequately addressing allassessment criteria. Higher grades require better quality and more effort. For example, a minimum is seton the wider reading required. A student reading vastly more than this minimum will be better preparedto discuss the issues in depth and consequently their report is likely to be of a higher quality. So beforesubmitting, please read through the assessment criteria very carefully. Marking guides are provided.Feedback: Feedback will be provided by the lecturer/tutor via Mahara, and mark via Moodle, no laterthan 2 weeks from the submission date.An ePortfolio is a collection of digital files, images, videos that showcase competencies, skills,application of knowledge and learning journey. The use of ePortfolios in various industries, disciplinesand processes is increasing world-wide, and is in some case the ‘norm’ for job applications or fordisplaying educational learnings.

What is media access control and why is it important? Give an example each of the controlled access methods and contention based media access methods?

Assignment QuestionsPart AQ1. In relation to access to wireless network (e.g, WiFi), answer the following questions:a. What is media access control and why is it important?b. Give one example each of the controlled access methods and contention based mediaaccess methods?c. When might one access method be preferred over another in a network, and why?d. Under what conditions do contention-based media access control techniquesoutperform controlled-access techniques (i.e., have lower response time)? Explain.[3+2+2.5+2.5=10 marks]Q2. Four users (U1, U2, U3 and U4) are using CDMA access techniques to transmit data to theirrespective receivers (U1->R1, U2->R2, U3->R3 and U4->R4). The followings are thespreading codes and the data that each user wants to send.

Discuss the methods the researchers use for collecting and analysing data? What are the strengths and limitations of the methods used?

ASSESSMENT 3 OVERVIEW – Critical appraisal of evidenceFor Assessment 3 students are required to demonstrate their ability to reflect on a healthscenario and critically appraise the evidence (primary research paper) provided in relationto a health scenario. The scenario is available under the Assessment 3 tile.Students are required to identify strengths and limitations of a research paper at abeginning level. The research paper can be located under the Assessment 3 tile. Finally,students are required to discuss the factors which influence the use of evidence inpractice. The critical appraisal of evidence must be supported by a minimum of four (4)references which are valid and varied academic sources (e.g. Greenhalgh et al. 2018;Hoffman et al. 2017).Instructions:Critically appraise the research paper provided in LEO located under the Assessment3 tile, and read the corresponding health scenario. The research paper should beaccessed as a full text and critically appraised using the questions identified in Part A& B, which are based on Greenhalgh et al. (2018). The research paper being criticallyappraised should be written as a full reference at the beginning of the essay (andincluded in the reference list). The paper should be referenced in-text according toAPA (i.e. author, year) required for direct quotes only.Writing in an essay format (introduction, body, conclusion, reference list) answer thequestions in Part A and Part B. Students should refer to the ACU Study Guide: Skills forSuccess (2017) – available online – to ensure they follow the university’s essay writingand referencing guidelines.Small/short headings may be used. Do not repeat the questions or scenario.Part AConsider the strengths and limitations (critically appraise) the research paper using thefollowing questions. Each paragraph should be supported with a high quality, valid, variedacademic reference. This reference is supporting your knowledge and understanding ofcritical appraisal related to the research paper.Authorship1. Discuss the strengths and limitations of the:a. Authors’ expertise, based on their cited qualifications and affiliations;b. Possible conflicts of interest or possible grounds for bias in the paper.Research Questions, aim or hypothesis2. Outline the research study’s question/s, aim or hypothesis and present the author’sjustification/s as to why their study was needed.2Research Design3. Discuss the research design and how the authors justified their choice of design fortheir stated research question.Research Methods4. Discuss the methods the researchers used for: selecting study participants and forcollecting and analysing data?What were the strengths and limitations of the methods used?Results and limitation of the study5. Discuss whether the results/conclusions of the study answer the research study’squestion/s.Describe how the limitations impact the application of the study findings?Part BApplication of research evidence into clinical practice considering the givenscenario and clinical question.Adoption of research findings is often restricted due to a range of key enablers andbarriers. Reflecting on your scenario describe some of the enablers and barriers to theuptake of your papers research findings.Due date: Part A and B are to be Weighting: 50%Length and/or format: Assessment 3 (Part a & b) should not exceed 1200words +/-10% (including in-text citations)Purpose: The written assignment is required to provide thestudents with an opportunity to demonstratefundamental skills required for sound appraisal ofresearch. These assessments are designed to engagestudents with content that will build knowledge which,by the conclusion of this programme, will allow thestudent to graduate as a health care professional whocan locate and critically appraise discipline specificliterature.Learning outcomes assessed: 3, 4, 5How to submit: Submission is via the Turnitin Dropbox available inLEO HLSC122 (Campus tile).3Return of assignment:

understand the effect and impact that business processes,complimentary technologies and information systems have on an organisation.

Assignment SpecificationsThe primary aim of this assessment is to understandthe effect and impact that business processes,complimentary technologies and information systemshave on an organisation. This means that you need todiscuss how the organisation within the case study willuse your proposed solutions to gain an additionaladvantage over its competitors. There is anexpectation that your submission will be analytical,and will draw on theory to frame responses to tasks.Overview: (read the case study) The general manager of UMC would like to have a clearer understanding before thesechanges are implemented so he has asked you to submit a business report (with academic references) with thefollowing information:- Complete the spreadsheet with the appropriate formulas (refer Task A)- Within the spreadsheet, create three (3) graphs (refer Task A)- Complete one (1) process models depicting the proposed ‘To-Be’ processes (refer Task B)- Develop a prototype mobile application with 4-8 mock-up designs (refer Task C)- Answering a series of general questions regarding the business and its journey towards a more technologicalbusiness environment. (refer Task D)Task A: EXCEL for Business IntelligenceUMC wants to evaluate the sales statistics for the past year and the current year to predict future sales. The generalmanager knows enough about Excel to realise it could be a useful tool so he has asked you to create a Microsoft Excelprototype which lists the milk product types with the client ordering details and the revenues collected. The partlycompleted spreadsheet from a random average week (week 32) is available as a separate attachment. Sales data iscollected on a 52 week cycle.Spreadsheet Requirements: Complete the spreadsheet by using the correct formulas to fill in the missing data.1. In the “Ordering Raw Data” table complete the “Equiv Litre per Crate/Carton” column In the “Ordering RawData” table complete the “Supplier Price per unit” and “Retail Sale price per unit” columns.2. In the “Milk Products” table complete the “Supplier Price per unit” column.3. In the “Customer Order (week32) review” table complete the “Total Orders 2017 (W32)”.4. Complete the milk production tableThe formulas required to reveal the missing data include Vlookup, Countif and Sum. Absolute addressing is alsorequired.Essential ResourcesPlease make sure that you download the following filesfrom the unit website.Required files:• UMC_case_study.pdf (case study)• UMC_W32_data_2018.xlsx• Process model.pptxSwinburne UniversityINF10003 – Assignment 3 Outline Group© Swinburne University 2018Spreadsheet Graphs: You are also required to create two (2) graphs.1. Column chart: Show total orders by customers for all 3 years (2015-2018).2. Column or Pie chart: By using the milk production data, create a chart showing illustrating these figures.3. Create a Column or Pie chart: Your choice. This chart can reflect an element from any of the data tables thatyou feel will add value to the user.All graphs must be dynamic to show visible changes instantly when the data is altered.Task B: BUSINESS PROCESS MODELSProduce one (1) process model (not hand drawn) using Swim Lane format from the details provided in the case study:1. The first Swim Lane diagram ‘As-Is’ is provided. Use this model and the provided template to assist you indeveloping a second Swim Lane diagram that represents the proposed ‘To-Be’ application processes at UMC.(Partly completed template will be provided)

Identify, develop and apply different approaches and methods for building distributed and mobile computing systems.

Objectives and learning outcomes:? To identify, develop and apply different approaches and methods for building distributed and mobilecomputing systems;? To consider, evaluate several models and approaches and select suitable mobile computing solution(Android) to this particular case;? To propose and develop a mobile distributed system (including both server and client sides) for thisproblem domain.Calorie Tracker ApplicationThe practical assignments (server-side and client-side) aim towards building a personalised fitness applicationthat will keep track of what you eat, your daily calorie intake and calories burned, and provide you with usefulinformation and reports. It will also allow you to set goals and inform you every day if you have met yourgoals. The final application will retrieve the information from public web APIs and the RESTful web servicethat you will create in Assignment 1.Practical Assignment (client-side) will involve creating an android application that will interact with publicweb APIs and the REST web service (created in Assignment 1) to query and retrieve information. Theapplication will receive user input, query web services, retrieve and process data, and create useful reports(different types of graphs and charts) about the user’s burned and consumed calories.The assignment MUST be implemented in Android Studio.Task 1 – Invoking public web APIs (15):You will invoke and consume two public APIs:? Google Custom Search to get an image of the food item and useful information? The FatSecret APIs or National Nutrient Database APIs can be used to provide calorie and nutritioninformation for food items.The APIs’ web sites:http://ndb.nal.usda.gov/ndb/api/dochttp://platform.fatsecret.com/api/You need first to sign in and then make yourself familiar with the APIs mentioned above by reading theironline documentation to be able to get a key and use them (find out about the parameters you need to pass andthe response you will receive and how to parse it to get the right information). This is part of this task.You will use the FatSecret or NDB API for making queries about the new food items that does not exist inyour database, created in Phase 1.Googlea) You will make queries to Google APIs to retrieve useful information about a food item (the new food itemsentered by the user). In your query, you need to make the best use of Google API by using right parameters inthe query and adding related sites in the custom search engine. The returned results should be filtered byremoving any irrelevant information and parts, hyperlinks and characters like ‘…’. (5 marks)b) You will also use the Google search to find and display at least one relevant image of the food item.(3 marks)National Nutrient Database or FatSecret APIsc) You will make queries from the FatSecret or National Nutrient Database APIs using a keyword (a food itemname). You need to use right parameters in your query to improve the results and then parse the results properlyto retrieve the useful parts such as calorie and fat information plus a few other interesting facts. The detailsabout the screens are provided under Task 6.

Describe how the various risk concepts, classifications, rules and methods of handling risk are integrated into the overall risk management process.

OverviewThe individual written task addresses and assesses key learning outcomes asfollows:1. Describe how the various risk concepts, classifications, rules and methods ofhandling risk are integrated into the overall risk management process.2. Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the Australian regulatoryenvironment in which risk management advice and insurance products areprovided.3. Understand the fact-finding process and how to prepare a needs analysis toprovide resulting insurance recommendations4. Critically assess the risk management and insurance needs of individuals andsmall business5. Describe the different types of life, general and other insurance productsand their application to real world consumers and small businessTask RequirementStudents are required to read and analyse a case study for potential clients.Based on the information outlined in the case study, students are required to identify anddiscuss the risks that the clients face to achieving their stated financial goals. This discussionshould include an attempt to quantify the risk exposure and also explore the different optionsfor managing each risk.Students are also required to make recommendations on how they would advise the client tomanage each of the risks they identify.Your analysis should be presented to the client in the form of a “Discussion Paper” and shouldinclude the following sections:? Cover Letter? Cover Page? Executive Summary? Table of Contents? Basis for Your Advice? Your Advice? Other important informationCase Study InformationYou are an authorised representative with many years’ experience in the insurance andfinancial planning industry. You have recently attained your Master of Business (FinancialPlanning) degree, which is in addition to your previous qualification, an Advanced Diploma ofFinancial Services (FP). You run a very successful practice Peak Risk Solutions (PRS) in theheart of downtown Parramatta.Your executive assistant John has just informed you that prospective new clients Amanda andAnthony Rossetto are ready and waiting to see you. Amanda and Anthony Rossetto seem aninteresting couple and are very specific in that they are only seeking guidance and possibleadvice from you in relation to their unique risk management situation. Amanda and AnthonyRossetto make very clear their concern is about their future wellbeing and protection andtheir desire for assistance in developing a risk management plan for their family.John has already sent Amanda and Anthony Rossetto a Client Profile (commonly referred toas a Fact Finder or data collection instrument) to complete and your Dealer’s FinancialServices Guide (FSG). This identifies you as an authorized representative (use your student IDas a reference for this) of licensed dealer: Peak Risk Solutions Pty Ltd (PRS), a leading providerof risk management services including personal and general insurance, financial planning andrisk solutions. PRS has ABN: 13 000 200272 and Australian Financial Services Licence (AFSL):215 272. Contact details for PRS include: Level 11, 272 Argyle Street, Parramatta NSW 2151.Phone 9630 5000; toll free 1300 215272; www.prs.com.au; email insurance@prs.com.au. Asan authorised representative of PRS you are licensed to provide both insurance and financialplanning advice.After analysing the completed Fact Finder and client file you determine the followinginformation. Amanda Rossetto was born in 1980 she married Anthony born in 1979 some 12years ago. They have twins Michelle and Chella aged 10. Amanda is a recent universitygraduate with a Bachelor or Applied Science. She works part time in a local retail outletearning $25,000 per year. Anthony is an Accountant running his own practice. He works longhours in CBD of Sydney. He currently draws a salary from the business of $180,000 perannum.

Explain how management accountingcontributes to this innovation process.

Purpose:This assignment aims at developing your understanding of cost concepts, and demonstrate your ability toapply your knowledge of cost concepts to a service-based company. Additionally, you are to critically evaluatea journal article to analyse the practical use of accounting information to real-life companies’ decision-makingand achievement of business goals.Assignment Structure should be as the following:Part A: Case Study Analysis (15 Marks)You are to answer the 5 questions relating to the case study of a child care business. It includes both theoryand calculation type questions. Do show your working for the calculations.Case BackgroundDouglas and Pamela Frank are a married couple. They both worked for a railroad company for 30 years. At age57, Douglas and age 52, Pamela retired and moved to the small town of Ovilla, Texas, which has a populationof approximately 3,500 residents. When the Franks moved to the town, they decided to start a child carebusiness in their home called Nanna’s House. Nanna’s House is licensed by the state. The state charges anannual fee of $225 to maintain the license. Insurance is required at a cost of $3,840 annually. The facility islicensed to care for a maximum of six children. The Franks charge a fee of $800 per month for each child. Themonthly fee is based on a full day of care, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. If additional time is required beyond4:00 p.m., parents must pay an additional charge of $15 per hour for each child. The couple provides twomeals and a snack for the children. The cost of the meals and snack is $3.20 per child per day. There are sixchildren currently enrolled.The facility is very nice. It is an 820 square foot addition to their home that was built in 1964. The Frankspurchased the home and completed the renovations for $79,500 and they believe the addition has a usefullife of 25 years. The facility has a large open space for play, reading, and other activities. There is a section forsleeping which contains small cots. The facility is equipped with a small kitchen, two bathrooms and a smalllaundry area. The daycare increased the Franks’ utility cost by $50 each month.During the first week of operations, the washer and dryer stopped working. Both appliances were old and hadbeen used by the couple for many years. The old appliances cost a total of $440. While a laundry room wasnot initially a necessity, it became increasingly important for laundering the soiled clothes of the children,blankets, and sheets. A company nearby, Red Oak Laundry and Dry Cleaning, can launder clothing for theFranks, including pick-up and delivery, for $52 per month. Alternatively, the Franks can take clothes to thelaundromat once a week, which is three miles away (one way). The applicable mileage rate is $0.56/mile. Theycan launder the clothes themselves at a cost of $8 per week. The self-service alternative does not includedetergent or fabric sheets. The couple would need to purchase these items in order to use the laundromat.Purchasing laundry supplies in bulk from MegaMart would cost $35 every quarter. The final alternative is forthe Franks to purchase a washer and dryer. The cost of the appliances is: washer $420 and dryer $380. Theadditional accessories for both appliances, needed for installation, cost $43.72. The store will deliver theappliances at a total cost of $35. The cost of installing the appliances is free. Both appliances are expected tolast 8 years. According to the manufacturer the washer will increase energy costs by $120 per year. The dryerwill increase energy costs by $145 per year.The Franks need some assistance in decision making and evaluation. They have contacted you, theiraccountant, to provide some advice.Page 3 of 7HI5017 Managerial Accounting Individual Assignment T1 2019Required:Respond to the following questions to help Douglas and Pamela make their decisions. (If necessary, the Frankswill use straight line depreciation. For monthly calculations, use 4.33 weeks per month.)1. Consider the different types of costs discussed in this unit. List any three (3) types of costs and provideone specific example of each cost from the case. (3 marks)2. Based on the information provided, what information is relevant to the decision to purchase theappliances? What information is irrelevant to the decision to purchase the appliances? Why? (3 marks)3. What could it cost the couple to launder clothes? Show your detailed calculations for each option. (3marks)4. The Franks have a waiting list for their day care. They can hire an employee for $9 per hour for 40 hourseach week. With the additional employee, the Franks can accept three additional children. Should theFranks hire the additional employee? Show your detailed calculations. (3 marks)5. The Franks home can accommodate a maximum of nine children. They can move the day care from theirhome to rented space in town, which can accommodate up to 14 children. The space will cost $650 permonth and the utilities will cost $125 per month. Additionally, insurance will now cost the Franks $5,000per year. Per state regulations, each adult can supervise no more than three children. As their accountant,prepare a letter to the Franks advising them on their space options. Should they continue to operate thefacility at home or should they rent space in town? How many children should they accept? How manyemployees will they need to hire? Show your detailed calculations for each scenario. (3 marks)Part B: Journal Article Critique (12 Marks)You are to read the journal article by Nonaka and Kenney (1991), “Towards a new theory of innovationmanagement: A case study comparing Canon, Inc. and Apple Computer, Inc.”, Journal of Engineering andTechnology Management, 8, p. 67-83. The journal article is attached as a separate file in Blackboard under thefolder .Required:Critically evaluate the role of management accounting systems and the provision of accounting information inthe innovation process of these two companies by answering the 3 questions below:1. Identify the components of the management accounting system in each of the two companies, and discusstheir relevance in enabling decisions to be made efficiently and effectively. Include examples in youranswer. (4 marks)2. The article describes the innovation process in a firm as ‘a process of information creation’, and a firmneeds to organise themselves ‘to transmit the new information’. Explain how management accountingcontributes to this innovation process. Include in your discussion two (2) specific examples from each ofthe two companies mentioned in the journal article. (4 marks)3. Provide four (4) specific outcomes or lessons learned from the article’s research findings that will be usefulfor management accountants in Australian companies to learn from, and justify your answer [i.e. provide2 outcomes from each company]. (4 marks)

Explain the legislative requirements in company formation and how to account for equity, capital and distributions.

Students are required to perform independent research of the key topics by reviewingthe applicable accounting standards and other guidance documents available on thewebsites of the professional accounting bodies.Learning Outcomes:1. Explain the legislative requirements in company formation and how toaccount for equity, capital and distributions;2. Explain the methods of raising company funds, that is, using share capitalor debt, and how to account for each;3. Demonstrate the ability to prepare consolidated financial statements andhow the data is collected, adjusted and interpreted.HA2032 Assignment SpecificationsPurpose:This assignment aims to reinforce and extend students’ knowledge and understanding of key topicsin this course (HA2032) including: business combinations, the corporate group, acquisition methods,intra-group transactions and non-controlling interests through independent research and detaileduse of the relevant accounting standards.Assignment QuestionsPart A (5 marks)You are a non-executive director attending a regular board meeting for JKY Ltd. At the top of theagenda is the proposed takeover of a smaller company called FAB Ltd, which is an ASX listed entityoperating in the same industry. JKY Ltd is considering which acquisition strategy should be used. Onedirector is arguing that the direct “purchase / acquisition method” is the best option, whilst anotherdirector is proposing a longer term strategy, which involves acquiring the shares of FAB Ltd by firstacquiring “significant influence” over FAB Ltd. Given your experience as a qualified CPA, the Chairmanhas asked you for your opinion in writing based on your extensive knowledge of accounting forbusiness combinations.With reference to AASB 3: Business Combinations, AASB 128 Investments in Associates and JointVentures and AASB 10 Consolidated Financial Statements, prepare a detailed response to theChairman and the board, which outlines the key differences in methodology between ConsolidationAccounting and Equity Accounting. Provide worked examples within your response which fullyexplain the two options.Part B (5 marks)At the same board meeting the CFO reported that a partially owned subsidiary providedprofessional services and sold inventory to the parent company JKY Ltd at a profit. The CFO isseeking clarification from the board in relation to whether profit should be deducted from thesubsidiary’s reported profit for the sale of inventory and for providing the professional services tothe parent entity. Secondly, how will this affect the non-controlling Interest (NCI) calculation in thesubsidiary’s annual profit?With reference to AASB 127 Consolidated and Separate Financial Statements and AASB 10Consolidated Financial Statements and the issues raised in Part B, discuss the key principles andprovide examples which explain how intra-group transactions should be treated.Part C (7.5 marks)You are now finalising the consolidated financial statements in the annual report for JKY Ltd as at30 June 20X8. AASB 127 requires that the NCI is reported as a separate item of owner’s equity. Aspart of the preparation, you must also consider the allocation of other comprehensive profit to theNCI. The Financial Accountant responsible for the subsidiary has already informed you that theassets of the subsidiary were recorded at historic cost at the control date.What changes may be required to ensure that the consolidated financial statements are correctlystated? How would any required changes affect the disclosure requirements in the annual report?With reference to AASB 127 Consolidated and Separate Financial Statements and AASB 101Presentation of Financial Statements, discuss the effects of the NCI disclosure requirement as aseparate item in the consolidation process.Page 3 of 5HA2032 CORPORATE AND FINANCIAL ACCOUNTINGThe Assignment Structure should include the following details:1. Holmes Institute Assignment Cover Sheet – Student Name, Student No., Session No. is required.2. Executive Summary – 100 words (max.) – A brief and concise paragraph which states the mainpoints and summarises the main conclusions. No in-text citation or direct quoting is required.3. Table of Contents Page – 50- 100 words – Note – this will be excluded from the total word count.4. Introduction – 100 words (max.) – A concise paragraph which introduces the main themes ofeach section in Parts A – C, coherently and logically.5. Part A Response – 500 – 600 words – This section should address both Consolidation and EquityAccounting equally with examples to explain the key concepts and differences.6. Part B Response – 500 – 600 words – This section should focus on Intra-group transactions anddiscuss how profit is allocated.7. Part C Response – 850 – 900 words – This section should focus on the disclosure requirements ofthe NCI and explore the issues which arise from the consolidation process.8. Conclusion – 100 words (max.) – This should be a brief and concise paragraph which reiteratesthe main points from each section in a coherent and logical manner.9. Reference List – As required – Note – this will be excluded from the total word count. This shouldinclude the relevant Accounting Standards as well as relevant selected articles from Academicjournals. Students should use “Proquest” or “Google Scholar” as a starting point with theirresearch. Students can also refer to the CPA website www.cpaaustralia.com.au for more relevantinformation and additional content.

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