Flashcards in Deck 16 Deck (21):
Journal entry to record prior service cost and pension losses:
Dr. OCI and Cr. Pension benefit asset/liability.....Separate entry: Dr. DTA and Cr. Deferred Tax benefit - OCI
Journal entry to record amortization to pension expense (losses):
Dr. Net periodic pension cost and Cr. OCI.....Separate entry: Dr. Deferred tax benefit - OCI and Cr. Deferred tax benefit - I/S
Journal entry to record pension gains:
Dr. Pension Benefit asset/liability and Cr. OCI.....Dr. Deferred tax expense - OCI and Cr. Deferred tax liability
Journal entry to record amortization to pension expense (gain):
Dr. OCI and Cr. net periodic pension cost......Dr. Deferred tax expense - I/S and Cr. Deferred tax expense - OCI
Generally begins at the employee's date of hire and ending at the full eligibility date
Employee's compensation for future absences (vacation) should be accrued if these 4 conditions are met:
1. Services have already been rendered; 2. obligation relates to vested or accumulated rights; 3. amount can be reasonably estimated; and 4. payment is probable
Deferred compensation expense is taken over what period?
Taken over the required period of service
Gain/loss on extinguishment is equal to:
The difference between the reacquisition price and the carrying amount
In an exchange that lacks commercial substance, record the asset received as:
The NBV of the asset surrendered minus any boot received plus any cash paid
Deferred income tax expense =
Current period temporary differences times the enacted future tax rate
What would cause an increase in deferred income tax liabilities?
Increase in rent receivable and prepaid insurance
When is a deferred tax liability reported?
When income is recognized in the financial statement before it is reported as taxable income
Examples of permanent differences:
Premium on an officer's life insurance, interest received on municipal bonds, tax-exempt interest revenue (Do not affect deferred income tax liability)
The reversal of current temporary differences will result in (taxable or deductible amounts?):
Temporary differences that decrease future taxable income results in a (DTL of DTA)?
Deferred tax asset which will be reported as noncurrent
Effective tax rate =
income tax expense divided by pretax income
What should be disclosed related to deferred taxes?
Temporary differences and Operating losses and tax credit carry forward (No permanent differences since they do not relate to deferred taxes)
Valuation allowances are only applicable to:
Deferred tax assets
Total income tax expense =
Current income tax expense plus/minus deferred income tax expense
Deferred Tax Liability
Future Taxable income > Future financial income (Tax deductible first/ F/S expense later)