INVENTORY

INVENTORY

TREATMENT OF INVENTORIES AND DEVELOPMENT COSTS Inventory Methods Under GAAP, a company is allowed to use the Last In, First Out (LIFO) method for inventory estimates. However, under IFRS, the LIFO method for inventory is not allowed. The Last In, First Out valuation for inventory does not reflect an accurate flow of inventory in most cases, and thus results in reports of unusually low income levels. Inventory Reversal In addition to having different methods for tracking inventory, IFRS and GAAP accounting also differ when it comes to inventory write-down reversals. GAAP specifies that if the market value of the asset increases, the amount of the write-down cannot be reversed. Under IFRS, however, in this same situation, the amount of the write-down can be reversed. In other words, GAAP is overly cautious of inventory reversal and does not reflect any positive changes in the marketplace. Development Costs A companys development costs can be capitalized under IFRS, as long as certain criteria are met. This allows a business to leverage depreciation on fixed assets. With GAAP, development costs must be expensed the year they occur and are not allowed to be capitalized. INVENTORY Costing methods Measurement

Reversal of inventory writedowns US GAAP IFRS Last in, first out (LIFO) is an acceptable method. Consistent cost formula for all inventories similar in nature is not explicitly required. LIFO is prohibited. Same cost formula must be applied to all inventories similar in nature or use to the entity. Prior to the adoption of ASU 2015-11, Inventory (Topic 330): Simplifying the Measurement of Inventory, inventory is carried at the lower of cost or market. Market is defined as current replacement cost, but not greater than net realizable value (estimated selling price less reasonable costs of completion, disposal and transportation) and not less than net realizable value reduced by a normal sales margin. Following the adoption of ASU 2015-11, inventory other than that accounted for under the LIFO or retail

inventory method (RIM) is carried at the lower of cost and net realizable value. Any write-down of inventory to the lower of cost or market creates a new cost basis that subsequently cannot be reversed. Inventory is carried at the lower of cost or net realizable value. Net realizable value is defined as the estimated selling price less the estimated costs of completion and the estimated costs necessary to make the sale. Previously recognized impairment losses are reversed up to the amount of the original impairment loss when the reasons for the impairment no longer exist. INVENTORY (CONTD) Valuating Inventory Write-offs US GAAP IFRS LIFO FIFO

AVERAGE COST LIFO FIFO AVERAGE COST 3 Valuation Methods (Lower Cost Market): 1 Vauation Methods Histrorical Cost $ 1,000.00 Histrorical Cost Vs Replacement Cost Net Realizable value (NRV) Net Realizable value (NRV) - Normal Profit Writedown $ 1,000.00 Vs $ 800.00 $ 830.00

$ 705.00 $ 200.00 Net Realizable value (NRV) Writedown $ 830.00 $ 170.00 INVENTORY (CONTD) INVENTORY (CONTD) US GAAP Permanent inventory markdowns under the retail inventory method (RIM)

Permanent markdowns do not affect the gross margins used in applying the RIM. Rather, such markdowns reduce the carrying cost of inventory to net realizable value, less an allowance for an approximately normal profit margin, which may be less than both original cost and net realizable value IFRS Permanent markdowns affect the average gross margin used in applying the RIM. Reduction of the carrying cost of inventory to below the lower of cost or net realizable value is not allowed. DEVELOPMENT COSTS US GAAP Research and Development csts must e expenses in the year incurred except for those cost associated with development of computer software when specific criteria are met. IFRS All Research costs are expensed immendiately but development costs can be capitalized if they meet the criteria of IAS

38, and then an intangible asset can be created and amortized over the service life, once theproduct is brought to market and net to exceed 20 years. DEVELOPMENT COSTS (CONTD) EXAMPLE XYZ inc. incurred research and development costs of $1 million in 2017, which 40% met the criteria under IAS 38 indicating that an intangible asset had been created. The new product was brought to market in 2018 and is expected to generate revenues over the next 5 years. XYZ Inc needs to prepare financials under IFRS ignoring taxes. 1. Prepare the journal entries under GAAP ad IFRS for 2017 and 2018 2. Prepare the entries on the conversion worksheet from GAAP to IFRS for 2017 and 2018. For 2017 the entries would be different because GAAP would expense all cists verwus IFRS allowing capitalization of $400,000 2017 Under GAAP Date Description 31-Dec Research and Development Expense Cash 2017 Under IFRS Date

Description 31-Dec Research and Development Expense Deferred Development Cost Cash Debit Credit 1,000,000 1,000,000 Debit Credit 600,000 400,000 1,000,000 2018 would show no entry for GAAP but amortization under IFRS (400,000/5 years = 80,000) 2017 Under GAAP Date Description 31-Dec No journal required 2017 Under IFRS Date Description 31-Dec Amortization Expenses

Deferred Development Cost Debit Credit Debit Credit 80,000 80,000 CONVERSION FROM GAAP TO IFRS In 2017, for the conversion work papers, going from GAAP to IFRS we are required to reduce R&D Expense by $400,000 and treat it as an intagible asset. No amortization is recorded. In 2018, again, we need to set up the intagible asset and reduce expese in the prior year by $400,000 by creating retained earnings. Then we need to start recording amortization because product has been brought to market. 2017 workpaper entries to convert to IFRS Date Description 31-Dec Deferred Development Cost Research and Development Expense 2018 workpaper entries to convert to IFRS Date Description 31-Dec Deferred Development Cost Retained Earnings

31-Dec Amortization Expenses ($400K / 5 years) Deferred Development Costs Debit Credit 400,000 400,000 Debit Credit 400,000 400,000 80,000 80,000 INCOME STATEMENT TREATEMENT 2017 GAAP R&D Expense 1,000,000 Amortization IFRS R&D Expense Amortization Difference

600,000 600,000 BALANCE SHEET TREATMENT 2018 - 80,000 80,000 Deferred R&D cost 2017 Amortization NBV 2017 2018 Amortization NBV 2018 GAAP - IFRS 400,000 400,000 80,000 320,000

Recently Viewed Presentations

  • Tragic Structure In Macbeth - Doth Grin: The Next Generation

    Tragic Structure In Macbeth - Doth Grin: The Next Generation

    Shakespeare's tragic heroes project that man is not small or contemptible, no matter how rotten he can be— Shakespeare's tragic heroes illustrate the center of the tragic impression: the sense of waste- Shakespeare's tragic heroes live for what seems to...
  • Race and Ethnicity Race: Myth and Reality  The
  • The Essentials of Writing a Literary Essay

    The Essentials of Writing a Literary Essay

    Step 5 - Top Choice Themes Only. Narrow your focus by selecting only one or two universal themes to track. Consider choosing themes that you can relate to, that you're passionate about, and that can be supported with proofs throughout...
  • Critical Lenses - Mr. Wolfe's English Class

    Critical Lenses - Mr. Wolfe's English Class

    Critical Lenses. The Psychoanalytic Lens. Deep Thoughts "It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it." ~~ Aristotle. Agenda. Grammar Warm-up: Prepositions. Recap the purpose of critical lenses.
  • School / Physical Forms

    School / Physical Forms

    When a form has a released change, it is updated by the CIQN EMR Coach and will be published to the CIQN Website. Offices can then download the current form and upload the current form to their system. Offices will...
  • "On The Road Again"

    "On The Road Again"

    People: Forgive us, O God. As we begin the journey of these 40 Lenten days, wash us completely, so that by the gift of forgiveness won for us by Jesus we shall be clean and made whole.
  • Introduction to Horticulture - Weebly

    Introduction to Horticulture - Weebly

    Introduction to Horticulture . Unit 1. ... Olericulture - the science and practice of growing, harvesting, storing, processing, and marketing vegetables . 8. Ornamental horticulture - the practice of growing and using plants for decorative purposes .
  • Organizational Structure - Google Sites

    Organizational Structure - Google Sites

    Organizational Structures ... selective expertise Board of Directors their Job Establish polices for company Review performance of CEO Approve annual budget Set salaries and compensation of company management Organizational Chart You are the President of "Colonel By Enterprises" and you...