main changes from ias 17 to ifrs 16


main changes from ias 17 to ifrs 16

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Br /Maria. Under IFRS 16, if you are a lessee, you do NOT classify the lease anymore and every single lease is reported in the same way. I will make another Q&A session on this topic. Dear Irshad, My company currently uses a warehouse under IAS 17 operating lease where the lessor provides repairs and maintenance. i wish you can accept it. We need them more than they need us, we want them to show the society (social contract) that they can (should) trust us and our numbers. However, those changes are not expected to affect conclusions about whether contracts contain a lease for the vast majority of contracts (ie a lease applying IAS 17 is generally expected to be a lease applying IFRS 16). Thank you for great article. thank you, this is a very interesting comment. IFRS 16 Leases will start to apply on all the financial years starting after 1 st January, 2019. at what rate? I think more people would appreciate the answer. The most significant changes will affect lessees. I have a question on the calculation of the PV. should you use IFRS to capitalise car leasing if other IFRS 16 conditions met? d. All the leases will be in one line item in SFP? In IAS17 definition of interest rate implicit in the lease clearly states that it should be determined at the lease lease inception (based on the fair value of asset on inception date and discounted to present value to inception date). There is a reason why Swiss Bluechip companies increasingly refrain from reporting under IFRS and switch to a Swiss true and fair view standard (Swiss GAAP FER, approximately 200 pages Din A5, Arial 10) the biggest one being Swatch group. your efforts to simplify IFRS is very appreciated and considered. Can you help here as well? Will it also be included under PPE in the Lessee’s books? All lease shall be classified as Finance lease unless it is a low value asset and the lease term is only for 12 months, then we have to account the right of use asset under PAS 16 using either Cost model, Fair value model or revaluation model. I was sondering if you have any plans to write on the IFRS16 disclosure requirements – or if you can explains the same briefly here. STATE THE OBVIOUS – you can earn easy marks. S. Hi Silvia, As noted earlier, IFRS 16 has specific provisions for sale and leaseback transactions. S. Great explanation and much appreciated. Hi Silvia, What is the best practise? Let me stress that the mere fact that the lessor is responsible for maintenance DOES NOT automatically classifies the lease as operating. That is the agreement has a fixed fee (guarantees) and variable fee (based on volumes). Dear Vincent, what about hire purchase? It is difficult to identify from your notes in ifrsbox but what would you do if the company is paying the lease of the car (invoice issued to company) of some employees and then the lease amounts are deducted from the salary of the employees? NEW: Online Workshops – US GAAP, IFRS and other, how to account for finance and operating leases by the lessee. IAS 17 Leases (developed by the International Accounting Standards Committee) is currently being replaced by IFRS 16 Leases (developed by the International Accounting Standards Board). In this article, you’ll learn about the main changes that IFRS 16 introduces to the accounting for leases, illustrated on a very simple example. could you please clarify the different in the sale & lease back under IAS 17 and IFRS 16? Because, the new standard IFRS 16 provides a detailed guidance to determine whether your contract is a lease contract or a service contract (non-lease contract). The same applies in IFRS 16… S. Your posts are very informative and easy to understand. And for some contracts in which the cash flows are linked to underlying items, the liability value will reflect that linkage. It provides a single lessee accounting model to be applied to all leases, whilst retaining a two model approach for lessors. The expected useful life for the wind turbines is 20 years. 1. S. As per IAS 17, We have recognized advance payment lease as an non current asset and lease rent equivocations (deferred lease rent. Early application of the IFRS 16 Leases is only allowed with IFRS … Definition, Übersicht und Unterschied zwischen IAS 17 und IFRS 16. Hi Sanela, no, not quite, but non-cancellable period is crucial for determining the lease term. Thanks, Hmhmhm, how are you getting CU 22 211,86? However, let me remind you that you will NOT show the land itself in your balance sheet. Instead, there is a single, on-balance sheet accounting model that is similar to current finance lease accounting. It is very simply said. IFRS 17 Insurance Contracts. Under IFRS 16 for the lessee there is no finance or operating lease its a same treatment ” right to use assets” well if the lessor is a Holding company and the lessee is a subsidiary what about elimination entry regarding a consolidation financials when we apply the operating lease ” The same assets will booked in the two entity and deprecated but in a different amounts ? (The fair value of the automobile is This was a very simplified illustration to make you aware of this and it’s by no means exhaustive – but you get a point. And, the right-to-use asset is not the same as underlying asset itself. Debit P/L interest 1.167 If the lessee intends to use the option to purchase the asset at the end of the lease term, then you need to depreciate over its economic life. S. Your article is really so helpful. First a change in key financial indicators. I’ve been googling a while and still can’t find the right IFRS, so I’d really appreciate your help. He was a little bit hesitant but in the end confirmed that rent office should be out of scope since there is no option to purchase the office. S. As you have mentioned that there are two exceptions, in the second exception how can we decide whether the asset has a low value since it is based on judgement.. Hi Lakshitha, Can we use the average of 12 months sales over 5 years? My company paid the lessor for water and electricity usage. do I recognize this like a lease incentive and offset from commencement date? S. Hi Silvia-Thanks for sharing a good article. is this the same with the previous amortization of the lease liability under PAS 17? Cr. So what happened at the end of the 5th years? S. Thanks for your explanation, really appreciate it, Hi Silvia, 1. Allocate CU 8 571 (CU 9 000/(CU 9 000+CU 1 500)) to the lease element and account for that as for the lease; and. The project to replace IAS 17 Leases was launched as a joint effort by the IASB and US FASB in 2006. At the simplest level, the accounting treatment of leases by lessees will change fundamentally. Let me know your feedback. However, loss making branches may be subject to relocation or closure in the future. I am curious to know how it would be presented and disclosed in a set of annual financial statements. I realized that there were lesser attention given to the distinction between acquisition and leasing of assets. The new Standard eliminates a lessee’s classification of leases as either operating leases … This can be implemented through IFRS16 and for that reason employer will be the lessor and finance company will be the Lessee. at the date of initial application of IFRS 16, you need to restate your operating leases under the new rules and IFRS 16 permits 2 options: Dies kann sowohl mit zusätzlicher Software als auch im SAP-Standard erfolgen. I have answered the same question multiple times. Then there is an interest 5%. Anyway, if there’s a difference between tax rules and accounting rules, you should recognize a deferred tax. I presume that means there is no recognition for lease liability. Would the present value calculated by discounting future lease payments (i.e.the highly certain cash outflows) at appropriate market interest/ discount rate more superior valuation method than the one under fair value model? For your other questions, it is too long to respond in the comment, but please check this article and also this one, they will help. Suppose an entity owning and operating a power plant where all the electric output is sold to the Government off taker (customer) via a power purchase agreement for 20 years. Debit ROU asset Credit Lease liability, where ROU asset = all lease payments in 99 years discounted to present value. IAS 17 does not have any limitation (except for almost the same scope limitations as in IFRS 16) apart from the fact that it will be superseded in 2019, so you will have to apply IFRS 16. Keep writing silvia. Lease of assets for less than 12 months (short-term leases), and. PV = 8571*1/1,05+8571*1/(1,05*1,05)+8571*1/(1,05*1,05*1,05). Entities are permitted not to reassess whether their contracts that are in force at the date of initial application of IFRS 16 are leases (or contain leases). Gross investment in Lease The “limitation” that I mentioned is actually the reason why there needs a change from IAS 17 to IFRS16. Therefore, you need to split the payment of CU 10 000 into lease element and cleaning element based on their relative stand-alone selling prices (i.e. How to ensure the element cost is fairly measured comparing to market prices? 2- The asset and the liabilities will be 0 (zero) at the end of the year. where does that amount go in the Balance sheet? Let’s see what has changed Is it a lease? Anyway thank you very much! Thank you so much for the awesome job on these new IFRSs. S. The effective date is 1 January 2019, so company at present moment can choose to apply between the old IAS 17 is IFRS 16 A lessor therefore continues to classify its leases as operating or finance leases and to account for these two types of leases differently. You book all the leases the same way, with small exceptions. IFRS 16 … I will come back to it at the later stage, because I truly think that there will be lots of questions, discussions and additional guidance on how to tackle several areas of the lease accounting. Januar 2019 beginnen. This is the best article/summary I’ve read anywhere on the internet, thank you! In this situation, will you account them as ROU or PPE? for similar contracts when got separately). Hi slay, What are the main changes? It basically depends on the conditions of the contract, but sometimes, hire purchase qualifies for lease accounting. The 376 difference, where does that go in the Balance sheet? Seems that this is in contradiction to the fair value accounting principle. You will occupy a certain area of XY cubic meters, but the specific place will be determined by the owner of the warehouse, based on actual usage of the warehouse and free storage. S. The purpose of the new standard is to eliminate off balance sheet financing but it seems that in the case of operating lease we will record the assets twice. what then happens to the carrying amount of the leased asset at the end of its lease period if the lease period is shorter than its economic useful life because at this point, the asset would have been fully depreciated but then it continues to generate economic benefits for the company. When the lease payments change, you recalculate your lease liability with new payments and account for the adjustment. It’s just what I was looking for, Congratulations and thanks again! any other operating lease that exists at the date of initial Thanks for your useful video. IAS 19 Employee Benefits. S. Hi Silvia ,is mantainance non-leaese elemslentI?,I suppose insurance is not since it the lossor who benefits. The escalation clause is confusing me… In this cases how do we determine the lease period which will be used for the calculation of the RoU and Lease liability? this looks like your homework and if you know me, I try to give you a hint, but you should solve it yourself. IFRS 16 replaces the previous leases Standard, IAS 17 Leases, and related Interpretations. PPE. why did you include the interest and add it to the carried forward liability? Non-cancellable term of 4 years. IFRIC 12 is excluded from IFRS 16 and I cannot find any other standard addressing this issue. Short-duration insurance contracts will be permitted to use a simplified unearned premium liability model until a claim is incurred. S. Thank you for the clarification, Sylvia. Under IFRS 16 , this is a problem that an asset reported in two balance sheet. Now with the IFRS 16, do we need to capitalise these operating lease commitments irrespective of the fact that we have already accounted them as intangible assets at the time of business combination or is there any relief available in IFRS 16. After that we amortize the total rent paid over the duration of the rent agreement. This place is assigned to you and no one can change it during the duration of the contract. Do you see any other way to avoid such reversal mechanism as it may be really complex of you have to go through different allocations process (from analytical accounting and costing point of view), Dear Silvia, I would like to first thank you for demystifying IFRSs that seemed to be complicated. Lease of assets of a low value (such as computers, furniture etc.). They won’t be recognized both, because you must eliminate intragroup transactions and thus all leasing in subsidiary will be removed on consolidation (there’s no lease from the point of external user). Lessees are relieved from full retrospective application as specified in IAS 8. IAS 11 Construction Contracts. also after payment if the ownership has been transferred to the buyer then lessor can show it as profit and de-recognized it as a sale . How the elimination work in such cases? This way I would like to kindly ask you one more question. S. Hi Silvia. This is aimed … Or should I account them under PPE at inception? On transition to IFRS 16, these assets/liabilities should be derecognised and their amount should adjust the carrying amount of the right-of-use asset (IFRS 16.C19). IAS 11 Construction Contracts; IAS 12 Income taxes; IAS 16 Property, plant and equipment; IAS 17 Leases; IAS 18 Revenue; IAS 19 Employee Benefits; IAS 2 Inventories; IAS 20 Government grants and government assistance; IAS 21 The Effects of Changes in Foreign Exchange Rates; IAS 23 Borrowing costs; IAS 24 Related Party Disclosures Although no impact on net asset. =24,472 at the commencement day? The new Standard eliminates a lessee’s classification of leases as either operating leases or finance leases. when PV (8571×3, 3 yrs @ 5% I am getting CU22,211.86. … can you please send me all advantages and disadvantages with IFRS 16 compared to IAS 17. No worries. Entities are permitted not to reassess whether their contracts that are in force at the date of initial application of IFRS 16 are leases (or contain leases). How this will be treated, i will take the same example used by you above. Thank you so much for providing such information, I have 2 question, could you please answer them? Therefore, market becomes less and less efficient. I would be glad if could assist with this situation: An asset shall be depreciated and a liability amortized over the lease term. in fact, this is good question and I don’t have the same answer for everyone, because it really depends on the tax rules of your own country. If there exist a fair value for a leases accounted for as a finance lease, then what if the Present Value calculated result in difference much more than the fair value? Question 1: if I debit my Plant and Equipment (“PPE”) and credit my hire-purchase/finance lease payable, would this seem strange? I’m afraid you need to apply IFRS 16 retrospectively, also to existing operating leases. S. Does the IAS 17 have any limitation, so we need to change to IFRS16? Not an easy thing, especially when the stand-alone selling prices are not readily available. application; and, (b) adjust the leaseback right-of-use asset for any deferred gains or losses that relate to off-market terms recognised in the Oh yes, some disclosures in the notes to the financial statements were mandatory, but frankly – who, except for auditors, ever reads the notes to the financial statements? Both IAS 17 and IFRS 16 are regarding Leases; where IAS 17 is the old standard which was replaced by IFRS 16. The following additional assumptions are made: – The contract meets the definition of a lease under both IAS 17 and IFRS 16; – The lease does not meet the low value or short-term lease exemptions under IFRS 16; – Entity A has a calendar year-end, so IFRS 16 … No doubt, most of the players have the “right intentions” but guess what, although regulation grew exponantially since the 30’s, the “scandals” got more severe and greater in numbers. The actual wording of the definition in IFRS 16 does not change too much from the IAS 17 one. You also need to adjust comparatives. In the table Summary of accounting entries under IFRS 16 we may therefore need to reverse these entries before proceeding to the booking of IFRS 16 postings in order to avoid recognizing twice the cost (once through depreciation, and once through invoice). A new standard IFRS 16 Leases, (originally issued in 2016 by the IASB to replace IAS 17 Leases), will become mandatory for annual periods beginning on or after 1 January 2019. Warning: this is NOT exhaustive description of the standard, and I simplify the things a lot for illustration purposes. These regulatory bodies are just helping you and me to restore the credibility that we have lost. Meanwhile, here’s the article about transition to IFRS 16. There are some lease for offices for which the initial duration of the contract has ended and since then the contract is silently renewed every year. Under old IAS 17, it did not matter so much whether you have an operating lease contract or a service contract, for a very simple reason: you probably accounted for both types of contracts in the same way (that is, as a simple expense in profit or loss). It replaced IAS 17 in January 2019. As the lessor will continue to account for the asset in its books under IFRS 16, this results in the same asset being recorded by two separate entities. S. I do! is it out or in the scope of IFRS 16? IAS 17 bifurcates any lease into operaing and financing, from the perception of risk and reward. You will occupy the unit n. 13 of XY cubic meters in the sector A of that warehouse. We entered into a five year lease on Jan. 1, 2020 with annual rentals payable on Jan. 1 of each year. How does this changes come January 01, 2019 under IFRS 16? Well, the question was asked in 2016 when IAS 17 has been in place and I assumed no one had implemented IFRS 16 yet. lease liability. Please read more here: IAS 17 Leases. or we amortise onerous provision over the lease term? Please check your inbox to confirm your subscription. The tenant has moved out in January 2017. The new IFRS 16 introduces a new definition of a lease. S. Thank you very much for your very informative post, especially that you made it very simple to understand. Or we record right of use of asset irrespective of time. Accounting for leases by lessors almost does not change, so they can continue in the same way. It would be non-sense to apply IFRS 16 earlier than IFRS 15. Our incremental rate of borrowing is 15% so we set the initial entries as follows: Look at Creative accounting, not illegal but misleading! Summary of IFRS 16 Leases; IFRS 16 Leases vs. IAS 17 Leases: How the Lease Accounting Changed; Troubles with IFRS 16 Leases; How to Implement IFRS 16 Leases - this article describes (besides other aspects) the difference between modified and full retrospective approach to transition; Example: How to Adopt IFRS 16 … Hi Devo, Can the land owner recognise this as a sale; derecognise the land and recognise a profit? Here’s the biggest change: lessees (those who take an asset under lease) do not need to classify the lease at its inception and determine whether it’s finance or operating. amount 1429 ? Hi Silvia It means that you need to reverse all entries under IAS 17 and book entries under IFRS 16. Can you explain with example? So in this case, you need to assess 5 criteria to classify the lease properly. I take it that under IFRS16, both lease and asset will be classified as long term assets since it will over 12 months anyways. If a sale and leaseback transaction was accounted for as a sale and operating lease applying MFRS 117, the seller-lessee shall: (a) account for the leaseback in the same way as it accounts for The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) issued IFRS 16 Leases in January 2016, effective for financial periods beginning on or after 1 January 2019. S. Dear Silvia My question is it appropriate to recognise the rental income from October to December 2016 ($30,000) and then make full allowance for the rental receivable?. Perhaps your input would help demystify them. The financial indicators of these companies can substantially change, because new assets and liabilities are coming to the balance sheet. therefore, we need to reverse the ROU and lease liability, the difference will charge to profit or loss as what item ? Your explanation and illustration is very simple and easy to understand. What if the lessor is a parent entity and the lessee is its subsidiary? Arriving at a suitable discount rate, determining the cost of the non lease element to be separated from the lease payment would all contribute to creating headache for accountants. – you will see how I did the adjustments (reversal of “old” numbers and booking of “new” numbers). I would like to know how to calculate the lease liability and right of use asset with the following conditions: 2) IFRS 16 explicitely says that you shoud measure right-to-use asset at cost – and that includes the initial measurement of a liability. First, what is the need for an updated standard on leases ? I have a tenancy agreement with a lessee at monthly rent of $10,000, payable in advance on the 1st day of each month, for 24 months from 1 January 2016 to 31 December 2018. Hi Silvia, if a tenant has financial year end other than December 2018, when should the IFRS 16 be applied? Can you please advise what rate should be used? The lease agreement was created on 1 January 2016. S. IASB seems to define ‘low-value’ lease as those have a value of 5000 dollars or less, saw it on IFRS 16, I am not sure about this. IAS 12 Income Taxes. The cost of the structural works in that building for setting up bank is 100,000, which will be borne by the bank. Please advise. The lessor recognizes the asset in its balance sheet, which is depreciated over its useful life. IFRS 16 includes detailed guidance to help companies assess whether a contract contains a lease or a service, or both. Thank you so much for all the efforts. Dear Bernhard, could you please guide me how can I find the question and answer for each Standards separately. Dr: ROU asset-385,500 The credit side is a liability and when it’s paid, then it’s a cash. Is gain still required to be accounted for in the same way like in IAS-17? IFRS 16 is expected to reduce operating cash outflows, with a corresponding increase in financing cash outflows, when compared to the amounts reported applying the IAS 17. We made an advance payment of GHc300,000 on Jan. 1, 2020. Thank you. yes, you do need to apply some judgement here, but the guidance says that the examples of items with low value are computers or items of furniture – so you get the point. One small detail, I was wondering if the right of use asset could go under current assets, for example the amount of lease liability that is due in the next 12 months. Der Übergang von IAS 17 auf IFRS 16: Versuch einer Abschätzung der bilanziellen Auswirkungen (BestMasters) | Toferer, Wolfgang | ISBN: 9783658245955 | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Here in Ghana, the lessors will normally ask you to pay say 3 years rent advance. Air Condition units were installed and maintained by my company. They need to justify the money they get paid by changing the accounting standards frequently. Please share your opinion – should we calculate implicit rate at lease inception or commencement? Hi Shiva, IAS 17 Leases, the predecessor to IFRS 16, requires entities to classify their contracts as either operating leases or finance leases, based on the extent to which risks and rewards … IFRS 16 requires contracts that IAS 17 … Look at the lack of independence due to the auditor consulting businesses to their clients. 2. security deposit – refundable. In the accounting entries proposed, how would you address the entries generated by the normal process of payment when you commit to the rental and then pay the invoices? report "Top 7 IFRS Mistakes" + free IFRS mini-course. See, I also think that they make some things complicated sometimes and I’m guessing whether lots of estimates and judgements in the accounting is actually good for the clarity of the reporting. The client insist this is an operating lease due to maintenance service element. That we should use to actual asset i.e a period of two months option... 12 months ( short-term leases ), we need to reverse whatever costs. 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