Accounting for CAPEX threshold and its change under IFRS
What happens when you buy lots of assets below your capex threshold, but still high expense? And, should you revise your capex threshold retrospectively? Learn here!
011: Should we create a provision for major overhauling?
How to deal with anticipated major repairs, maintenance, overhauling, regular replacement of small parts and similar items under IFRS? Find out here!
009: Can we capitalize a customer list under IFRS?
If you purchase a customer list from someone else, can you actually capitalize it (recognize it as an asset)? Isn’t is just the same as the advertising expense? When can you capitalize a customer list under IFRS? Learn here!
What are directly attributable costs?
When you acquire a long-term asset, you can include directly attributable costs to the initial measurement of its cost. Although IFRS define directly attributable expenses quite clearly and provide a few examples, there are many different items we are not sure about. In this article,…
Can you capitalize it as PPE or not?
Is it an item of property, plant and equipment or a part of its cost? Or is it a piece of inventories instead? Or just an expense that goes straight in profit or loss? Hmmm, what about an intangible asset? In 90% of all cases,…
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