What will be the treatment of proposed dividend in cash flow statement ?

Commerce Question

By Shreya · Jan 20, 2019 ·Commerce
7 Answers
Ábhí Ãbhíshék answered Jan 20, 2019
As per the latest amendment, the proposed dividend will not be shown in the Balance Sheet. It will be mentioned in the adjustments only.

Proposed Dividend of the Current Year will not be considered while preparing the Cash Flow Statement.
Proposed Dividend of the Previous year will be added to net Profit under Operating Activities and the same amount (Proposed Dividend of the Previous Year) will have to be deducted under Financing Activities in the Cash Flow Statement.

Anshu G answered 2 weeks ago
Proposed dividend current year Ka contingent liabilities Mai jati hai or previous year ki notes Mai add and financing activities Mai ja kur subtract ho jati hai

Vanshika Agrawal answered Jan 21, 2019
Last year proposed dividend will be deducted from financing activities as it is assumed to be paid.
Current year proposed dividend will be added back in operating activities i.e. Net profit before taxation and extraordinary items.

Suhani Dangarh answered Mar 03, 2019
Now current year add and previous year deducted

Pammidj Saini answered Mar 04, 2019
Proposed dividend of previous year will be deducted from current year and proposed dividend of current year will be deducted from next year

Yasin Hamisi answered Jan 22, 2019
Proposed dividends are deducted from the total of net cash used in investing activities.

Riya Joshi answered Jan 22, 2019
Proposed dividend will be deducted from financing activities and added in calculations of net profit before tax.

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