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Quiz: Reporting financial performance. Joint World Bank and IFRS Foundation ‘train the trainers’ workshop hosted by the ECCB, 30 April to 4 May 2012. The views expressed in this presentation are those of the presenter, not necessarily those of the IASB or IFRS Foundation.

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Quiz reporting financial performance

Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Joint World Bank and IFRS Foundation ‘train the trainers’ workshop hosted by the ECCB, 30 April to 4 May 2012

The views expressed in this presentation are those of the presenter, not necessarily those of the IASB or IFRS Foundation.


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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 1: Which of the following are not within the scope of IAS 18 Revenue?

Revenue from lease agreements?

Changes in FV of financial assets and financial liabilities or their disposal?

Change in FV of biological assets relating to agricultural activity?

All of the above?

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 1: Which of the following are not within the scope of IAS 18 Revenue?

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Revenue from lease agreements?

Changes in FV of financial assets and financial liabilities or their disposal?

Change in FV of biological assets relating to agricultural activity?

All of the above

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 2: Goods with list price of 1,000 sold to customer on normal credit terms. Customer pays 690 in full settlement. The 690 = 1,000 list, less 200 trade discount, less 100 volume rebate, less 10 prompt payment discount. Of the 690, 50 is sales tax to be remitted to government. How much revenue should be recognised?

a. 640? b. 1,000? c. 700? d. 690?

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 2: How much revenue should be recognised?

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a. 640? b. 1,000? c. 700? d. 690?

1,000 list price less 200 trade discount less 100 volume rebate less 10 prompt‑settlement discount less 50 sales tax collected on behalf of the government = 640.

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 3: Percentage of completion must be used to recognise revenue from:

rendering of services and construction contracts?

rendering of services only when the outcome can be estimated reliably?

construction contracts only when the outcome can be estimated reliably?

both b and c?

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 3: Percentage of completion must be used to recognise revenue from:

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rendering of services and construction contracts?

rendering of services only when the outcome can be estimated reliably?

construction contracts only when the outcome can be estimated reliably?

both b and c?

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 4: Car dealer sales promotion—free servicing and 2-years zero interest credit. Recognise revenue separately for:

entirely sale of goods?

sale of goods and rendering of maintenance services?

sale of goods, rendering of services, and a financing element (interest) related to the deferred payment?

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 4: Car dealer sales promotion —free servicing and 2-years zero interest credit. Recognise revenue separately for:

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entirely sale of goods?

sale of goods and rendering of maintenance services?

sale of goods, rendering of services, and a financing element (interest) related to the deferred payment?

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 5: A sells goods to B for 950 on 1/1/20X1, and incurs selling cost of 20 at the same time. B negotiates one year interest-free credit (payment due 31/12/20X1). If B had borrowed to pay up front, interest rate = 10%. How much revenue from sale of goods does A recognise at 1/1/20X1?

a. 950? b. 863? c. 970 d. 930?

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 5: How much revenue from sale of goods does A recognise at 1/1/20X1?

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a. 950? b. 863? c. 970 d. 930?

A financingtransactionisincluded.

Calculation: 950 ÷ 1.10 = 863. ¶23.5

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 6: Fixed price construction contract 1,000,000. Contractor incurs costs of 10,000, 890,000, and 200,000 in Years 1, 2, 3. At end of Year 1 outcome cannot be estimated reliably, but 10,000 costs are recoverable. At end of Year 2, can make a reliable estimate of 200,000 future costs to complete. How much revenue and cost should contractor recognise in Year 2?

See next slide...

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 6 continued How much revenue and cost should contractor recognise in Year 2?

Revenue 818,182 and costs 900,000?

Revenue 808,182 and costs 890,000?

Revenue 808,182 and costs 908,182?

Revenue 808,182 and costs 900,000?

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 6 continued How much revenue and cost should contractor recognise in Year 2?

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Revenue 818,182 and costs 900,000?

Revenue 808,182 and costs 890,000?

Revenue 808,182 and costs 908,182? See next slide

Revenue 808,182 and costs 900,000?

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Revenue = 900,000 costs for work performed ÷ 1,100,000 total expected costs = 81.82% completion x 1,000,000 price = 818,182 contract revenue recognised to end of Year 2. 818,182 less 10,000 revenue recognised in Year 1 (limited to recoverable costs) = 808,182 recognised in Year 2.

continued...

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Cost = 81.82% x 1,100,000 expected total = 900,000 recognised to end of Year 2. 900,000 less 10,000 costs recognised in Year 1 = 890,000 recognised Year 2. BUT, total contract costs will exceed total revenue, so recognise additional loss: Total revenue 1,000,000 less 818,182 already recognised = 181,818 for Year 3. Expected costs Year 3 = 200,000. Excess Year 3 costs over revenue = 18,182 loss in Year 2.

Expense Year 2 = 908,182 = 890,000 incurred + 18,182 in respect of the onerous contract.  

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 7: A government grant is:

assistance from the government in the form of a transfer of resources to an entity in return for past or future compliance with specified conditions relating to the operating activities of the entity.

unconditional assistance from the government in the form of a transfer of resources to an entity.

any type of assistance from the government to the entity from which the entity has benefited directly.

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 7: A government grant is:

assistance from the government in the form of a transfer of resources to an entity in return for past or future compliance with specified conditions relating to the operating activities of the entity.

unconditional assistance from the government in the form of a transfer of resources to an entity.

any type of assistance from the government to the entity from which the entity has benefited directly.

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 8: Government grants exclude which of the following forms of government assistance?

those forms of government assistance that cannot reasonably have a value placed upon them.

transactions with government that cannot be distinguished from the normal trading transactions of the entity.

both (a) and (b).

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 8: Government grants exclude which of the following forms of government assistance?

those forms of government assistance that cannot reasonably have a value placed upon them.

transactions with government that cannot be distinguished from the normal trading transactions of the entity.

both (a) and (b).

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 9: An entity must measure all government grants:

at the amount of cash or cash equivalents received

at the amount of cash or cash equivalents received or receivable

at the fair value of the asset received or receivable

none of the above

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 9: An entity must measure all government grants:

at the amount of cash or cash equivalents received

at the amount of cash or cash equivalents received or receivable

at the fair value of the asset received or receivable

none of the above

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 10: The numerator used in the calculation of basic earnings per share is the:

profit or loss attributable to all holders of all shares issued by the parent entity

profit or loss attributable to all holders of ordinary shares issued by the parent entity

profit or loss attributable to all holders of ordinary shares issued by the parent entity and its subsidiaries

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 10: The numerator used in the calculation of basic earnings per share is the:

profit or loss attributable to all holders of all shares issued by the parent entity

profit or loss attributable to all holders of ordinary shares issued by the parent entity

profit or loss attributable to all holders of ordinary shares issued by the parent entity and its subsidiaries

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 11: A potential ordinary share shall be treated as dilutive when conversion to ordinary shares would:

decrease earnings per share from continuing operations

increase loss per share from continuing operations

both a. and b.

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Quiz: Reporting financial performance

Question 11: A potential ordinary share shall be treated as dilutive when conversion to ordinary shares would:

decrease earnings per share from continuing operations

increase loss per share from continuing operations

both a. and b.

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Questions or comments?

Expressions of individual views by members of the IASB and its staff are encouraged.

The views expressed in this presentation are those of the presenter.

Official positions of the IASB on accounting matters are determined only after extensive due process and deliberation.

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Quiz reporting financial performance

The requirements are set out in International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs), as issued by the IASB at 1 January 2012 with an effective date after 1 January 2012 but not the IFRSs they will replace.

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