‘X’ Ltd acquired on 1 July 2019 all the issued shares (cum div.) of ‘Y’ Ltd for $33?000….

Assignment Problem:

‘X’ Ltd acquired on 1 July 2019 all the issued shares (cum div.) of ‘Y’ Ltd for $33?000. At this date, the equity of ‘Y’ Ltd was as follows.

Share capital

$20?000

General reserve

2?000

Retained earnings

5?000

All the identifiable assets and liabilities of ‘Y’ Ltd were recorded at amounts equal to their fair values except for the following.

Carrying amount

Fair value

Plant (cost $22?000)

$18?000

$18 600

Land

19?000

21?000

Inventories

2?000

2 800

The plant’s expected remaining useful life was 5 years with benefits being expected evenly over that period. The plant was sold on 1 January 2022 for $18 700. The land was sold in February 2021 for $25?000. Of the inventories, 90% was sold by 30 June 2020 and the rest by 30 June 2021.

At 1 July 2019, ‘Y’ Ltd had recorded a dividend payable of $1?000 that was paid in September 2019. ‘Y’ Ltd also had some unrecorded assets, in particular the brands relating to the clothing sold in the teenage market. ‘X’ Ltd valued these brands at $1 200 and assessed them to have an indefinite life. In the notes to its financial statements at 30 June 2019, ‘Y’ Ltd disclosed a contingent liability relating to a guarantee it had made to one of its related companies. ‘X’ Ltd assessed the fair value of the guarantee payable as being $1?000. In August 2021, ‘Y’ Ltd was required to pay $250 in relation to the guarantee.

All transfers to the general reserve made by ‘Y’ Ltd have been from retained earnings earned prior to 1 July 2019. The tax rate is 30%.

The financial information provided by the two companies at 30 June 2022 is as follows.

‘X’ Ltd

‘Y’ Ltd

Revenues

$19?000

$11?000

Expenses

(8?000)

(7 600)

11?000

3 400

Gains on sale of non-current assets

500

400

Profit before tax

11 500

3 800

Income tax expense

(4?000)

(600)

Profit for the year

7 500

3 200

Other comprehensive income

Ga Gains on revaluation of plant

1 200

0

Comprehensive income for the year

$8 700

$3 200

Profit for the year

$7 500

$3 200

Retained earnings (1/7/21)

8?000

8 800

15 500

12 000

Dividend paid

(3 400)

0

Transfer to general reserve

0

(1 500)

(3 400)

(1 500)

Retained earnings (30/6/22)

$12 100

$10 500

Share capital

$28 000

$20 000

General reserve

2 000

4 800

Asset revaluation surplus

2 400

0

Retained earnings

12 100

10 500

Total equity

44 500

35 300

Provisions

1 500

1 200

Payables

4 000

800

Total liabilities

5 500

2 000

Total equity and liabilities

$50 000

$37 300

Cash

$1 200

$3 000

Accounts receivable

2 800

1 200

Inventories

3 000

5 100

Plant

23 000

32 000

Accumulated depreciation — plant

(12 000)

(4 000)

Shares in Brooks Ltd

32 000

0

Total assets

$50?000

$37 300

Required

  1. Prepare the acquisition analysis at 1 July 2019.
  2. Prepare the consolidation worksheet entries for ‘X’ Ltd’s group at 30 June 2022.
  3. Prepare the consolidation worksheet for ‘X’ Ltd’s group at 30 June 2022

Reference: Loftus, J., Leo, K.J., Daniluc, S., Boys, N., Luke, B., Ang, H.N., & Byrnes, K. (2019),Financial Reporting, 3rd End, John Wiley & Sons, Milton, Queensland, Australia.

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Part B Marking Criteria Sheet

Marks available

Marks awarded

15 marks

Requirement 1

7

Requirement 2

15

Requirement 3

8

Part B Assignment Total

30 marks

Part B Assignment: 15% weighting

15 marks

Less: Late penalty (5% per day)

Part B Assignment: Final mark

15 marks

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