Projected Unit Credit Method (IAS 19) with Example
Recently I got across the interesting question. One lady working for a company adopting IFRS for the first time asked me if they can still mark their financial statements as compliant with IFRS, if they do not apply projected unit credit method, but do apply…
How to account for rentals depending on inflation and future sales?
What if your lease payments depend on future sales, inflation, use of the asset, interest rate or other things – what should you do? How should you account for them under IFRS 16? Find out here!
How to present leases under IFRS 16 in the statement of cash flows (IAS 7)
How to incorporate leases under IFRS 16 into the statement of cash flows – solved example with video.
How to account for dividends paid to employees?
The accounting for the dividends paid to employees depends on whether the employee is a shareholder or not; and whether the dividend was paid out to employees in their capacity of shareholders. Learn more here.
Example: Leases under IFRS 16 during COVID-19
The pandemics of coronavirus, or COVID-19 has been here for a while and after the first shock of its quick spread and effect on people’s health, we are all seeing its economic consequences. In order to stop the spread, governments in many countries ordered complete…
Adopting IFRS 16 – What Is The Best Option For You?
Let’s compare different transition options that you have when adopting IFRS 16 in your company. Let’s see what they are, which one is easier and which one has the smallest impact on your equity.
IFRS 2 – How to Calculate Fair Value for Share Based Payments
Note: This article is a guest post and its author asked me not to reveal his name, so he stays anonymous. IFRS 2 Share-based Payment (the “Standard”) is the financial reporting standard dealing with share based payments. It was first introduced in 2005, and is…
IFRS 2019 Update: Major changes you should be aware of
Here we go again – another year has started and a number of changes or amendments of IFRS came into effect. I am pretty sure that you are aware of the biggest ones like new IFRS 16, but let me sum up all the new…
038: Deferred tax when different tax rates apply
What if the tax rate on capital gains is different from the tax rate on profit? How to calculate deferred tax on assets that will be recovered via both use and sale? Learn here!
032: How to determine the discount rate for lessees under IFRS 16?
Can you use the same incremental borrowing rate for all your leases under IFRS 16? Why can’t you use your own implicit rate in the lease if you are a lessee? Learn here!
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