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英國Master Term Paper-IPSAS Financial Report 公共機構財務準則報告

時間:2019-03-21 14:04來源:未知 作者:anne 點擊:
(All students must answer THIS question.)(所有學生必須回答這個問題。) 1中央政府部門的新首席執行官(CEO)對賬目的編制感興趣,特別是可以選擇的其他會計方法以及國際公共部門會計準則(IPSA)
(All students must answer THIS question.)(所有學生必須回答這個問題。)
1中央政府部門的新首席執行官(CEO)對賬目的編制感興趣,特別是可以選擇的其他會計方法以及國際公共部門會計準則(IPSA)的適用方式。
首席執行官詢問了在賬戶中確認交易的時間安排。舉個例子,首席執行官擔心購買20臺新電腦將計入部門的2011/2012財務報表,而不是下一個財政年度。本署的財政年度為4月1日至3月31日。
1 The new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of a central government department is taking an interest in the preparation of the accounts, particularly with alternative accounting methods that can be chosen and how the International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) apply.
The CEO has queried the timing taken for transactions to be recognised in the accounts. As an example, the CEO is concerned that the purchase of 20 new computers is accounted for in the Department’s 2011/2012 financial statements rather than the following financial year. The Department’s financial year runs from 1st April to 31st March.
Activity Date
該部門的一輛垃圾收集車最近卷入了一場道路交通事故。垃圾收集車的司機承認有責任駕駛家庭汽車,該部門希望他們的保險公司支付汽車的維修費用,估計為4800英鎊。該部門車輛保險的一個條件是,所有索賠將少于200英鎊。車主已確認所有維修工作將于2013年3月31日前完成,但保險公司尚未正式同意支付。
該部門的中央辦公室被歸類為非發電資產。以下值可用于此資產:One of the Department’s refuse collection vehicles was recently involved in a road traffic accident. The refuse collection vehicle’s driver has admitted responsibility for driving into a family car and the Department is expecting their insurance company to cover the car’s repair costs which are estimated to be £4,800. One of the conditions of the Department’s vehicle insurance is that all claims will be less the excess of £200. The owner of the car has confirmed that the repairs will all be completed prior to 31 March 2013 but the insurance company has not yet formally agreed to pay.
The Department’s central offices are classed as a non-generating asset. The following values are available for this asset:
 

a) The Department applies accruals accounting but the CEO is only familiar with cash accounting. Contrast the accounting treatment for the purchase of the 20 new computers under cash and Public Financial Management: Financial Reporting (IPSAS) 14 University of London accruals bases, clearly stating when the items that should be recognised in the Department’s accounts. [30% of marks]

b) Determine the accounting treatment in the Department’s accounts for the road traffic accident, referring to relevant IPSAS where appropriate. [25% of marks]
c) Determine the value of the Department’s central offices that should be shown in the 2011/2012 financial statements, referring to relevant IPSAS where appropriate. [45% of marks]
Section A (Answer ONE question from this section)
2 Explain the alternative approaches to budgeting that may be adopted by public sector entities to set their budget, including their various advantages and disadvantages.
3 Evaluate the use of performance budgeting in public sector entities.
4 Critically discuss the use of cash and accruals based financial reporting by public sector entities.
5 Discuss the accounting of heritage assets by public sector entities.
Section B(Answer ONE question from this section)
6 Evaluate the usefulness of consolidated financial reports in the public sector.
7 Critically discuss the use of Public Private Partnerships (PPP).
8 Discuss how the key elements of corporate governance may be applied by public sector entities.

 

1.1 The Department applies accruals accounting but the CEO is only familiar with cash accounting. Contrast the accounting treatment for the purchase of the 20 new computers under cash and accruals bases, clearly stating when the items that should be recognised in the Department’s accounts. 
Accrual accounting is where accounts are prepared recognising transactions at the time they occur, not when cash actually is exchanged. Cash accounting is where accounts are prepared recognising transactions occurring when cash exchanges hands. The key difference between cash accounting and accrual accounting is therefore one of timing. 
For example, when the Department applies accruals accounting, the items should be recongnised in the Department’s accounts when the transaction is confirmed, namely, when the Departmental Manager authorises the purchase of 20 new computers on 23.03.2012. However, under the circomstances of cash accounting, the transaction should be registerd when the money is actually paid, namely, when the payment is made by the Department to the supplier for the 20 new computers on 20.04.2012. 
Accrual accounting and cash accounting have their advantages and disadvantages. On one hand, accrual accounting is more reasonable when reflecting the business performance. Therefore, it almost completely replaces the cash basis. However, it has limitations when reflecting the financial position of a company or an organization. When a company’s income statement looks good and has high efficiency of business, it may not actually have the liquidity of funds in financial trouble in balance sheet. This is due to the accrual accounting, the accrued income and expenses are all reflected in the income statement, and its balance sheet is in the part reflecting the cash balance and the debts. A cash flow or change in financial position on a cash basis based is recommended to make up for the in sufficiency of accrual system. On the other hand, cash accounting can not fully reflect the financial position, its shortcomings are: 1, it is not conducive to unit costing, enhance efficiency and performance appraisal; 2, can not fully and accurately record liabilities and to reflect the unit is not conducive to guard against financial risks; 3, can not be a true reflection of the balance of payments surplus that year; 4, not a true reflection of foreign investment business; 5, can not reflect the true value and implicit liabilities of fixed assets; 6, is not conducive to dealing with government procurement and year-end carry-over and other accounting matters.
For now, it is sufficient to understand that the cash basis is simpler than accruals and has traditionally been the approach adopted in the public sector. As at September 2009, only the following seven countries had adopted full accrual accounting with financial statements being published on an accrual basis (Khan and Mayes, 2009): New Zealand, Australia, USA, UK, Canada, Colombia and France. 
1.2 Determine the accounting treatment in the Department’s accounts for the road traffic accident, referring to relevant IPSAS where appropriate. 
According to Public Financial Management: Financial Reporting (IPSAS), 
IPSAS 19.18 defines a contingent liability as:
a) A possible obligation that arises from past events and whose existence will be confirmed only by the occurrence or non-occurrence of one or more uncertain future events not wholly within the control of the entity, or
b) A present obligation that arises from past events but is not recognized because:
i) It is not probable that an outflow of resources embodying economic benefits or service potential will be required to settle the obligation, or
ii) The amount of the obligation cannot be measured with
Provisions, contingent liabilities depends on that there is some degree of uncertainty. However, contingent liabilities and obligations itself is uncertain. Therefore, unlike rules, contingent liabilities responsibility does not fully meet the recognition criteria. Therefore, contingent liabilities disclosed in financial statements, but are not recognized.
An example of contingent liabilities will be a legal case, not sure if the hospital will have to pay a patient to Sue for compensation. The contingent liabilities disclosed in the hospital is pointed out that their account but not for approval.
There are three scenarios contingent liabilities, all involve different accounting methods. They are:
High probability. Record a loss may occur when contingent liabilities, and can reasonable estimates of losses. If you can only estimate the number of a range of possible, and record the amount of range seems to be a better estimate than any other amount; If there is no better quantity, and then recorded the lowest number range. "May" means that future events may occur. You should also describe the responsibility with the notes of financial statements.
In probability. The existence of the disclosure of contingent liabilities in the notes accompanying the financial statements may not be possible if responsibility is reasonable, or if it is possible to liability, but you can't estimate. "Reasonable" means that the probability of events than remote but not possible.
Low probability. Do not record or disclosure of contingent liabilities happen if the probability of remote.


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