Coronavirus and IFRS – What is happening?
Over past few months, coronavirus became the most mentioned word everywhere. No wonder – not only it takes lives of our dear ones, but it also affects our daily life in many different ways. In many countries, people cannot go to work, kids cannot go…
Measuring expected credit loss: Loss rate vs. Probability of default
Some time ago I published an article about calculating bad debt provision in line with IFRS 9. Precisely speaking, it was about measuring expected credit loss using simplified approach for trade receivables – just to be on the safe side. Since then, I keep receiving…
How to Account for Cryptocurrencies in line with IFRS
Cryptocurrencies + their accounting under IFRS explained very clearly. Video included!
Example: Expected Credit Loss on Interest-free On-demand Loan
Let’s face the truth: most intercompany loans (or at least many of them) are special in some way: They are undocumented – a parent simply sends cash to a subsidiary with no contract whatsoever and no one has an idea what the terms of the…
Expected Credit Loss on Intercompany Loans
Should you ever recognize impairment, or a provision on your intercompany loan (if you are a lender, of course)? Why would you do that when all intercompany balances are eliminated on consolidation and there’s nothing left in the consolidated financial statements – no loan, no…
IFRS 9: An Auditor’s Perspective
The end of 2018 spelled out relief for most accounting and financial modelling experts responsible for the implementation of IFRS 9: all necessary changes to accounting policies, models and methodologies were designed and enforced, all in time for a lovely Christmas break at the end…
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…
How to Present Financial Instruments under IAS 32
There are three IFRS covering the area of the most complex IFRS topic – financial instruments: IAS 32 Presentation of Financial Statements – this standard contains basic definitions and rules for presenting of financial instruments; IFRS 7 Financial Instruments: Disclosures – here, you can find…
How to account for intercompany loans under IFRS
How to account for intercompany loans under IFRS when there is no documentation, loans are not at commercial terms or there is no fixed repayment date? Learn here!
How to calculate bad debt provision under IFRS 9
If you have a large portfolio of trade receivables, then you face the same issue over and over again: How to calculate bad debt provision to these receivables? When I worked as an auditor, I used to discuss this issue with my colleagues very frequently….
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