Select True (T) or False (F) for each of the following statements: _____ 1.A parent will recognize a gain or loss if it sells a portion of its investment in a

Select True (T) or False (F) for each of the following statements:
_____ 1.A parent will recognize a gain or loss if it sells a portion of its investment in a subsidiary and maintains control after the sale.
_____ 2.A parent sells a portion of its investment in a subsidiary and no longer maintains control.This sale of shares represents a remeasurement event for the investee.
_____ 3.International financial reporting standards (IFRS) allow an option to value the noncontrolling interest with goodwill or to value the noncontrolling interest without goodwill.
_____ 4.Consolidated net income represents the combined net income of the parent and subsidiary after subtracting the noncontrolling interest in the net income of the subsidiary.
_____ 5.The total acquisition-date fair value of an acquired firm is the sum of the fair value of the controlling interest and the fair value of the noncontrolling interest.
_____ 6.When control of a subsidiary is acquired on a date other than the first day of a fiscal year, excess amortization expenses are pro-rated to include only the post-acquisition period.
_____ 7.For a mid-year acquisition following an equity method investment of the same company, the consolidated income statement will report consolidated revenues and expenses for the entire year.
_____ 8.In a step acquisition where the parent previously held a noncontrolling interest in the acquired firm, the parent remeasures the prior interest to fair value.
_____ 9.When a parent has control over a subsidiary with less than 100 percent ownership, and thereafter increases its ownership, the parent remeasures the prior interest to fair value.


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