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1

What value should A/R be reported at?

NRV

Gross amount of A/R less estimates of amount that won't be collected.

2

What are the three methods of calculating bad debt expense?

1) Direct write-off method
2) Income Statement Approach - % of credit sales method
3) Balance Sheet Approach - % of receivable method

3

Is the Direct Write-off Method for bad debt allowed under GAAP?

NO, this method is only for tax purposes because it is not MATCHING and not CONSERVATIVE

GAAP two methods are the valuation approach which are:
1) Income Statement Approach - % of credit sales method
2) Balance Sheet Approach - % of receivable method

4

Under the I/S approach - % of credit sales method, what principle is emphasize?

Matching principle - record expense at point of sale

5

Under the B/S approach - % of receivable method, what principle is emphasize?

Asset valuation - age all the outstanding A/Rs

6

What are the J/Es to record bad debt expense, write-off A/R and recover A/R?

To record bad debt expense
Bad Debt Expense
Allowance for uncollectible accounts**

*** Contra account on the B/S

To write off A/R
Allowance
A/R

To recover A/R (someone paid A/R that was written down) - 2 J/Es
A/R
Allowance

Cash
A/R

7

Is pledging and assigning receivable as collateral borrowing or selling?

Borrowing

8

Transaction costs attributable to acquisition of receivable is allowed under IFRS or GAAP?

IFRS

9

IFRS uses which word for "allowance method"?

PROVISION for...

10

What is the JE for non-interest bearing note receivables?

N/R
Discount on N/R
Asset/Equipment
Gain on sale