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    BabaJide Martins F.
    TR
    BabaJide Martins F.

    Helpful. I will work on it.

    Hermina S.
    LC
    Hermina S.

    Will review similar examples to be acquainted.

    Agbor  Judy E.
    NG
    Agbor Judy E.

    Done

    Morne V.
    ZA
    Morne V.

    Explanations with illustrations are clearly given; No confusion has been made here

    Morne V.
    ZA
    Morne V.

    Explanations with illustrations are clearly given; No confusion has been made here

    Morne V.
    ZA
    Morne V.

    Michelle grows persimmons, a type of fruit, in her orchard. This activity includes a number of tasks: she has to prune in winter, water in summer, and pick, polish and pack in May. The bulk of the fruit is sold in June. Last year she averaged $5 per carton on the 300 cartons she sent to market. However, this year has been a good year for growing and with a glut of fruit the price may fall. Discuss the appropriate realisation point for Michelle, assuming accounting periods of one month

    Sunday O.
    NG
    Sunday O.

    Case studies knowing actual part of accounting

    Mogomotsi P.
    BW
    Mogomotsi P.

    Clear and goood clarifction of contents....so happy to du this course

    Odongo M.
    UG
    Odongo M.

    Accounting -> Case studies Case studies Michelle grows persimmons, a type of fruit, in her orchard. This activity includes a number of tasks: she has to prune in winter, water in summer, and pick, polish and pack in May. The bulk of the fruit is sold in June. Last year she averaged $5 per carton on the 300 cartons she sent to market. However, this year has been a good year for growing and with a glut of fruit the price may fall. Discuss the appropriate realisation point for Michelle, assuming accounting periods of one month. Craig has a contract to build 40 prefabricated huts for the army at $30 000 per hut. His accounting period is for three months. On 1 June, the first day of the new period, he has partly completed (50%) three huts. During June, July and August he commences building work on ten huts, in addition to completing the three in progress at the beginning of June. Of the 10 huts he commenced building in this period, two remain uncompleted (50%) on 31 August. Melanie contracts to make woollen jumpers. She charges $100 per jumper. Her accounting period extends from January to June. She presents you with the table below and asks you to determine her revenue using each of the different realisation points. Contract signed Jumpers knitted $ received for Delivered 2 1 - - (Jan) 3 3 2 1 (Feb) 1 1 2 3 (Mar) 5 3 2 2 (Apr) 4 3 6 4 (May) 2 4 3 3 (June) View the text document for solution to case studies on revenue recognition points. View the text document for related questions to depreciation.

    Manish K.
    NP
    Manish K.

    Explanations with illustrations are clearly given; No confusion has been made here.

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