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Preparation of Accounts of Insurance Companies | Accounting

For the purposes of maintenance of accounts, two types of books are required to be maintained by such organisations. Statutory Books: (a) Register of Policies: It contains the particulars in respect of each policy issued by the insurer such as the name and address of the policy holder, date when the policy was affected and […]

Accounts of Insurance Companies | Accounting

Here is a compilation of top five accounting problems on accounts of insurance companies with its relevant solutions.  Problem 1:   From the following data relating to claims of an insurance company calculate amount of claims to be debited to Revenue Account for the year ended 31st March 2006: Problem 2: From the following particulars […]

Final Accounts of General Insurance Business

In this article we will discuss about the Final Accounts of General Insurance Business along with solved illustrations. Insurance other than life insurance is called general insurance. Fire insurance against loss of property due to fire and marine insurance against loss of cargo, freight and ship are examples of general insurance Reserve for Unexpired Risks: […]

Final Accounts of Life Insurance Business

The insurance companies are required to prepare their financial statements i. e. Revenue Account, Profit and Loss Account and Balance Sheet according to the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (Preparation of Financial Statements and Auditors’ Report of Insurance Companies) Regulations, 2002. Insurers carrying on Life Insurance Business should comply with the requirements of Schedule A […]

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