Flashcards in 9A Wrong Answers Deck (25):
According to SFAC 6, realization is the process of...
Converting noncash resources and rights into money through
Sale of assets for cash or claims to cash
At the time of sale rather than when cash is collected
Per, SFAC 6, the major difference between financial and physical capital maintenance is related to...
The effects of price changes on assets held and liabilities owed
During the period
The financial capital concept is applied in...
In the financial capital concept, the effects of the price changes are considered...
"Holding gains and losses" and are included in computing return
Comprehensive income is described in SFAC 5 as...
Change in equity of business enterprise during period from
Transactions and other events and circumstances from nonowner
Comprehensive income is a measure of...
Return on financial capital
Physical capital maintenance seeks to measure the...
Effects of price changes that aren't currently captured under
EX. Replacement costs of nonmonetary assets
According to SFAC 7, The most relevant measure of a liability always reflects...
The credit standing of an entity obligated to pay
Those who hold the entity's obligations as assets incorporate the...
Entity's credit standing in determining prices they're willing to pay
The Codification provides guidance on the determination of gain or loss on disposal of...
2) according to this guidance, such determination should be based on...
A component of business
2) estimates of net realizable value
Historical cost, current reproduction and replacement costs are not appropriate measurement bases for assets (under SFAC 6) once an entity has decided to...
Discontinue its operations because these amounts don't reflect
Entity's probable future benefit
IASB element defined as increases in economic benefits in the form of inflows or enhancements of assets or decreases of liabilities that result in increases in equity. What is this IASB element?
The IASB definition of income includes both...
Revenues and gains
If the outcome of rendering services can't be measured reliably, what revenue recognition method does IFRS require?
Cost recovery method
Under IFRS, the percentage completion method is used when...
Reliable estimates can be made
The first step within the IFRS hierarchy of guidance to which management refers when selecting accounting policies?
The highest level in the hierarchy is...
An IFRS standard applicable to the transaction
An increase in net purchases is equivalent to...
An increase in accounts payable
Revenues from service contracts should be recognized on...
A pro rata basis over term of contract
Recognizing revenues of service contracts on a pro rata basis over the term of the contract allocates the contract revenues to...
The periods in which they are earned
Since sale of a service contract does not culminate in the completion of the earnings process (ex. Dose not represent the seller's performance of the contract) payments received for such a contract should be recorded initially in...
Initial franchise fee of $150,000
$60,000 was received upon signing the balance and is non refundable
There are 3 annual payments of $30,000 each, beginning December 31 year 2 that have a present value of $72,000.
What is the journal entry for the Franchisor?
Discount on N/R. 18,000
Franchise Revenue. 60,000
Unearned franchise fees. 72,000
Performance measure concerned primarily with cash-to-cash cycles
Accrual entries vs. Deferral adjusting entries
Accruals: receivables and payables
Deferrals: depreciation, prepaid items, unearned revenue