Hi Silvia, hehehhe thanks. And depreciation and interest in the balance sheet. The scope … What about security deposits? I appreciate the effort you have made and for clarifying a lot of misconceptions of mine. Since its introduction on 1 January 2019, this new standard will affect most companies reporting under IFRS and will have a … unearned Finance Income I’ll show you how in the next paragraphs. Instead, IFRS 16 can be applied to contracts identified as leases under IAS 17 and IFRIC 4 (IFRS 16.C3-C4). This is another change we need to watch out under IFRS 16. Hi Silvia, Your thoughts? Not an easy thing, especially when the stand-alone selling prices are not readily available. I have really been so enlightened reading you interpretations to IFRS. So you are really using discounting technique here and not the fair value. S. In case of a business combination done in earlier years we have created certain intangible assets (which represents right to use certain property rights for generating revenue for our business). What happens if the lease is of low-value and are renewed on an annual basis. Please help. Accounting for lessors under IFRS 16 is nearly the same as under IAS 17, therefore they do not need to think about the impact of the new standard. Is there any reason for it? S. Your posts are very informative and easy to understand. STATE THE OBVIOUS – you can earn easy marks. Hi Riaan, Please advise. Hi – thanks for this article – very useful. Looking for the standard? The tenant has been paying rent promptly from January to September 2016. It is a little bit mindblowing for me. However, loss making branches may be subject to relocation or closure in the future. In this example, we debit p/l $1000 and credit rent prepaid $1000 every month. Under new IFRS 16, you need to split the rental or lease payments into lease element and non-lease element, because you need to: From our example above: let’s say you took the option 2 and you pay CU 10 000 per year. How can I solve this case? And yes, I will write some other articles about IFRS 16 later on. Based on that statement above, My question is: 2) Yes, that’s difficult to determine, but you can start looking to the banks and the rates that they offer on similar loans to similar clients. This is because, under IAS 17, companies presented cash outflows of off-balance-sheet leases as operating activities. First of all thank you so much for your help . Dear John, Thanks for the great article! The owner of that warehouse offers 2 options to you: Both contracts look like lease contracts, and indeed, in both cases, you would book the rental payments an expense in profit or loss under older IAS 17. Thanks for the clarity on IFRS16. Quick question though, If i made all my operating lease contracts to be under one year, I wouldn’t have to bother much about IFRS 16 right?! 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. Hi Kelvin, While for the lessor current lease accounting principles are broadly unchanged, the lessee is affected by significant changes. You pay still the same amounts whether you apply IAS 17 or IFRS 16. Hi SK, Do we “eliminate” the same amout as the total sum of depreciation and intrest ending up with just a reclassification of part of the costs or are we supposed to remove the lease costs in total (and which account should then be used as “counter part”) and only have the depreciation/interest elements left in P/L? 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. Warning: this is NOT exhaustive description of the standard, and I simplify the things a lot for illustration purposes. Thank you for breaking this down. The new IFRS 16 introduces a new definition of a lease. thank you for your view, it’s very valuable and I appreciate you posted it here. However, it is very similar to the old definition in older IAS 17 (differences do exist). In this case, which accounting treatment shall be applied? Further when first time adoption of the standard occurs is there an adjustment required for to the comparatives of the prior financial year? By using our website, you agree to the use of our cookies. IFRS 16 Leases was issued in January 2016 and is effective for annual reporting periods starting on or after 1 January 2019.It replaces IAS 17 Leases and related Interpretations.. IFRS 16 changes the accounting substantially for lessees. 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). Hi Devo, The project to replace IAS 17 Leases was launched as a joint effort by the IASB and US FASB in 2006. IFRS 16 ersetzt IAS 17 sowie die dazugehörigen Interpretationen (IFRIC 4, SIC 15 und SIC 27) und ist erstmals verpflichtend für Geschäftsjahre anzuwenden, die am oder nach dem 1. It’s very very very easy to understand. However, I have only one question, as i am finance office at Premier Bank Somalia, if we already recorded the lease as an expense; is IFRS allowed to change our records? At the simplest level, the accounting treatment of leases by lessees will change fundamentally. “Property Lease” seems meet the definition under IFRS16, if so, after the lease commencement, should we measure the right-of-use asset by using the cost model or revaluation model? thank you, this is a very interesting comment. The reason is that thanks to the new model, the pattern of expenses has changed: we have loads of interest in the beginning of the lease, but smaller expenses at the end of the lease when the lease liability is amortized. IAS 7 Statement of Cash Flows. Januar 2019 beginnen. Thanks for your simple yet informative post. The information provided on this website is for general information and educational purposes only and should not be used as a substitute for professional advice. Thanks for your useful video. IAS 17: IFRS 16: Finance Lease (Major Changes) Certain criteria to be met to recognize a lease as finance lease; such as substantially transfer of risks and rewards. The expected useful life for the wind turbines is 20 years. It means that when you actually accounted for some contracts as for lease contracts under IAS 17 Leases, you will continue to do so also under the new standard (careful, methodology may change). How about upon depreciation of the PPE? Copyright © 2009-2020 Simlogic, s.r.o. Summary of IAS 17 Leases; IFRS 16 vs. IAS 17: How the Lease Accounting Changed - you can find the summary of the main changes and simple illustrative example here; Troubles with IFRS 16 Leases - this article outlines the main implementation challenges when adopting IFRS 16… 1. security deposit – nonrefundable. Please share your opinion – should we calculate implicit rate at lease inception or commencement? Instead, there is a single, on-balance sheet accounting model that is similar to current finance lease accounting. It would be non-sense to apply IFRS 16 earlier than IFRS 15. why did you include the interest and add it to the carried forward liability? Dear Silvia, The IAS 17 vs IFRS 16 Leases. The lessor recognizes the asset in its balance sheet, which is depreciated over its useful life. It used to be called regulatory bodies, now it is co-regulatory bodies because the government stepped in because they don’t trust the accounting profession. cr. The value of the lease liability includes all payments that are not paid at the commencement date: fixed payments, variable payments, residual value guarantees, exercise price of purchase option and penalties for terminating. On January 13, 2016 the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) published the new lease accounting standard IFRS 16, which will replace current IAS 17. This way I would like to kindly ask you one more question. Then there is an interest 5%. However, it is very similar to the old definition in older IAS 17 (differences do exist). Look after operating leases especially as the rules changed there. At a glance In January 2016 the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) issued IFRS 16, ‘Leases’, and thereby started a new era of lease accounting – at least for lessees! However, it is very similar to the old definition in older IAS 17 (differences do exist). During the exam, read the question and underline major information while reading. decided to review the lease agreement to ensure that the lease should be afforded operating And if there’s a change in payments, then you would need to account for the lease remeasurement. I wrote 2-part article on this topic here and here, plus in my IFRS Kit there is a full lecture on how to do exactly these adjustments. Do we leave it as an expense in the income statement or do we still have to do all the journals as per IFRS16 to get it onto the balance sheet. changes proposed in the new standard? IFRS 16 Leases will start to apply on all the financial years starting after 1 st January, 2019. IAS 16 or IFRS 16? I have not been able to find an answer as of yet. Housing bubble etc. The buyer/lessor pays the whole amount (equal to the value of the land) up front. dr. cash 1000 IFRS® is the IFRS Foundation’s registered Trade Mark and is used by Simlogic, s.r.o Here, there is no agreement between the subsidiary and the lessor and no agreement for cross charge between parent and subsidiary. I have come with a situation whereby the company hired five cars for an agreement of five years. After that we amortize the total rent paid over the duration of the rent agreement. the answer to the first question is no. We did it above: This simple table illustrates our example: Note: “b/f” means “brought forward (at the beginning of the year)”, “c/f” means “carried forward (at the end of the year)”. What are the main changes? I would be glad if could assist with this situation: Thank you. Hi Silvia, if a tenant has financial year end other than December 2018, when should the IFRS 16 be applied? is it? Thanks again. Short-duration insurance contracts will be permitted to use a simplified unearned premium liability model until a claim is incurred. Seems that this is in contradiction to the fair value accounting principle. thanks. 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. Dr: ROU asset-385,500 Look at Creative accounting, not illegal but misleading! I think more people would appreciate the answer. Regarding accounting treatment, should the rental expenses be booked as per actual rental cost payable or should it be on a straight line basis over the term of the lease by taking into account 10% increment on rent amount every 2 years. 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). Dear Nimasha, This was a very simplified illustration to make you aware of this and it’s by no means exhaustive – but you get a point. Allocate CU 1 429 (CU 1 500/(CU 9 000+CU 1 500)) to the service element and in this case, probably recognize it in profit or loss as an expense for cleaning. 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. Hi Anna, Hi, you should amortize it, because it’s a prepayment. 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 … Your explanation with example is really easy to understand. i miss the calculation, Dear Silvia The new regulation on lease accounting … The effective date of the new IFRS 16 is 1 January 2019. – determine how these transactions are presented according to the current rules (IAS 17) Or we record right of use of asset irrespective of time. 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. To your last question – yes, there can be different discount rates for leases, but it’s not a leased asset that makes a difference. I am curious to know how it would be presented and disclosed in a set of annual financial statements. And, when doing this, you will book the cummulative adjustment in opening retained earnings (depending on which approach you take, whether modified or full). 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). Your example above made the subject very understandable, However i have a query where with mutual understanding both lessor and lessee agree to vacate the place without any more liabilities at both end. the entity purchase an assets, the ownership (both legal and accounting, ie. It provides a single lessee accounting model to be applied to all leases, whilst retaining a two model approach for lessors. S. Thank you for your immense contributions. The new Standard eliminates a lessee’s classification of leases as either operating leases … As the focus of this thesis is on the comparison of IFRS 16 and IAS 17, a separate chapter is devoted to each of these two standards. Accounting for leases under IAS 17 is similar to ASC 840 in that operating leases were not required to be recognized on the balance sheet. b. Both IAS 17 and IFRS 16 are regarding Leases; where IAS 17 is the old standard which was replaced by IFRS 16. Transition requirements for these transactions are set out in paragraphs IFRS 16.C16-C18. Intermediate lessors, however, face significant changes as a result of IFRS 16. Hi Silvia, In this case, the lease is non-cancellable only for 2 months, especially when each party can terminate with 2 months notice without any significant penalty. Since in the first place we have already record as long term lease payable. It means that under IFRS 16, lessor keeps an asset it its financial statements when it comes to an operating lease. Under IFRS 16 , this is a problem that an asset reported in two balance sheet. OK OK guys, sorry for not responding! IAS 17 prescribes the accounting policies and disclosures applicable to leases, both for lessees and lessors. Here is hoping it comes up in the exam! Showing a finance lease payable in the financial statements seem to indicate a departure of IFRS 16. What is the best practise? Hi Michael, IFRIC 12 is excluded from IFRS 16 and I cannot find any other standard addressing this issue. How do you account for it if the modified retrospective approach, ROU=LL is adopted? yes, but it’s not the same asset. Dear Raja, Lease of land will still be reported as operating, aren’t I right? Accounting is very simple until the morons step in and screw things up b/c they want to justify their existence. Hi Silvia Let’s see what has changed Is it a lease? I want to understand the concept of novated leases. IAS 8 Accounting Policies, Changes in Accounting Estimates and Errors. 1. Thank you for your summarized and simple presentation in IFRS 16. i would like to know the situation when interest rate on lease amount change on semi annually. Can you please explain why this is? S. Thanks for the answer. How do I calculate retroactively? Lets say, the arrangement is for the asset to transfer ownership at the end of the lease period. have asked your account assistant, who is controlling the transaction of vehicle from Axia I have a question though: If the lease payments (on a lessees CF statement) appear under financing activities, doesn’t that impact Free-cashflows to the Firm and hence impact NPV, project IRR…etc? – or you do one-off adjustment. Also, under IFRS 16, we show more assets on the balance sheet, but also more debt or liabilities. cr. 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. Let me mention that if just one of them is met, then the lease is finance in most cases. In our group of companies (60 companies) all companies enter the lease cost into their legal books in the P/L. What will happen during the initial recognition of the right of use of asset at the comencement on 1 January 2019 if the lease’s termination date is after 2021? It’s rather term of lease, credibility of lessee (its credit rating), etc. IAS 10 Events after the Reporting Period. It means that you need to reverse all entries under IAS 17 and book entries under IFRS 16. is it out or in the scope of IFRS 16? So, you better start revising all your lease contracts to identify whether you have a lease … 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 your other example of finance lease, the interest portion is always just in the p/l and never part of the liability. The account assistant told that she did not record the automobile because the As a simple illustration, let me come up with a small example: Imagine you want to rent some space in the warehouse for storing your goods. IFRS 16 brings significant changes in accounting rules for lessees, whereas the accounting rules for lessors remain largely unchanged from IAS 17. Thanks. It replaced IAS 17 in January 2019. b) 29 months left of a 5 year lease. IAS 17 Leases. Under IFRS 16, these leases can no longer be accounted for off-balance sheet (unless the lease is short-term). Is there some element other than lease element? Hi Silvia I want to apply IFRS 16 on real financial statement and income statement of company which already have applied IFRS 17 just to know the effect of this change in the represent the financial statement, so can you tell me how can I start. Hope u got your answer & please share your feedback accordingly. In IFRS 16 stated, if the company adopt IFRS 16, they also need to adopt IFRS 15 earlier or at the same time. The new IFRS 16 introduces a new definition of a lease. This is the first time I heard about IFRS 16 leases, thank you very much for your presentation. I am bit confused by your point that is, IFRS16 does not affect Lessors books, however i need to clarify following points: If underlying assets low-value when new, then don’t worry about the lease term and put all expenses in profit or loss. For official information concerning IFRS Standards, visit IFRS.org. Early application of the IFRS 16 Leases is only allowed with IFRS … S. Thank you for the insightful details and example. In most of the ERP used, when your P2P process is automated, a commitment (contract rental) will generate an entry in the P&L (Cost of rental) balanced with Vendor account. the same under IFRS 16 and IAS 17, however, with the application of the right-of-use model the presentation of lease payments in the statement of comprehensive income will change. IFRS 16 eliminates the current dual accounting model for lessees, which distinguishes between on-balance … Hello, I mean we can’t have both the lease cost and the depreciation/interest cost in the P/L. You should take 2 steps: should we charge Depreciation and interest? Whether separation of elements is applicable for both lessor and lessee? Question 2: For example, an entity purchase an equipment that typically last for 20 years. Debit P/L Depreciation 7.780 S. Would your answer change now? If IFRS are mandated by the governing laws of your bank for general purpose financial statements, then you’ll have to change your policy. IAS 17 bifurcates any lease into operaing and financing, from the perception of risk and reward. 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). Kindly assist. Asset (net investment in lease) Yes, both lessee and lessor depreciate something. It replaced IAS 17 in January 2019. The first thing you would look at is whether an underlying asset can be identified. Here, no classification is necessary as one accounting model applies to all leases. Would the both depreciation of $23,341 and interest of $2,372 (which are part of $30,000) deductible for tax as well under UK tax jurisdictions? Januar 2016 die finale Version des neuen IFRS 16. Can I account this amount as a current asset? But some question that is still confuse me: I recommend reading the paragraph IFRS16.B34 for the reference. What is relationship between IFRS 15 adn IFRS 16? He brought this topic, and in the end I ask him question, whether rent office treatment will be impacted by this IFRS 16 or not. How do IFRS-16 apply to sale and leaseback transaction specially for lessee? This is because, under IAS 17, companies presented cash outflows of off-balance-sheet leases as operating activities. My company currently uses a warehouse under IAS 17 operating lease where the lessor provides repairs and maintenance. S. Your article is really so helpful. Either party can terminate the agreement at any time by giving two month’s notice. The rental amount is GHc100,000 per year in advance. S. How did you reach to the result of 23,341 as a lease liability b/f in the first year? Paragraph 4 mentions that “a lessee may, but is not required to, apply this Standard to leases of intangible assets…”, does this mean we can decided whether or not these contracts are included as a lease asset/liability or expensed? Anyway, if there’s a difference between tax rules and accounting rules, you should recognize a deferred tax. The reason is that IFRS 16 prescribes a single model of accounting for every lease for the lessees. Is gain still required to be accounted for in the same way like in IAS-17? Hi Silvia, As noted earlier, IFRS 16 has specific provisions for sale and leaseback transactions. Is there any other way this should be treated? your efforts to simplify IFRS is very appreciated and considered. Or should I account them under PPE at inception? – how they would have been presented under IFRS 16, Thank you so much for providing such information, I have 2 question, could you please answer them? So this difference between principal amount and depreciation creates difference, which will be there. We have the same question with respect to IFRS 16. Do i do a reclassification from ROU to PPE? There will be much more assets and liabilities in the balance sheets as before, and as a result, financial rations can change. I’ve been googling a while and still can’t find the right IFRS, so I’d really appreciate your help. I have the same question as well. I was sondering if you have any plans to write on the IFRS16 disclosure requirements – or if you can explains the same briefly here. Please, I want to ask if we pay the rental fees at the beginning of each year not in the end, However, the right-to-use asset is not exactly the same as an underlying asset. If you can tell me how you accounted for operating leases previously and how the deferred liability arose, I will show you the entries. Dr. UEFI How do IFRS-16 apply to sale and leaseback transaction. It replaces IAS 17 Leases and related Interpretations. Then you need to: c. Should I consider a one year contract with non-cancellable period of two months with option to continue/terminate as lease contract? IFRS 16 summary. 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