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Review Iona Flowers Inc. What’s the amortization method?? 10.2b Amortization II Revising Amortization & Expenditures During Useful Life A Tax Note CRA allows amortization expense deductions when calculating taxable income using Capital Cost Allowance (CCA) (amortization for tax purposes)

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Review

  • Iona Flowers Inc.

    • What’s the amortization method??


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10.2b Amortization II

Revising Amortization & Expenditures During Useful Life


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A Tax Note

  • CRA allows amortization expense deductions when calculating taxable income using Capital Cost Allowance (CCA) (amortization for tax purposes)

  • Half year rule: in year of acquisition ½ CCA rate can be deducted

  • See Text Pg. 472


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Revising Periodic Amortization

  • Amortization is an estimation, may need adjusting if inaccurate

  • Changes can be made for the current and future periodsonly (past was based on the best information available at the time)

Net Book Value at time of Revision

Net Book Value at time of Revision

Net Book Value at time of Revision

Revised Salvage Value

Revised Salvage Value

Revised Salvage Value

Revised Amortization Expense

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Remaining Useful Life

Remaining Useful Life


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Net Book Value (NBV)

  • Net Book value is the difference between the cost of an asset and the accumulated amortization to date

Cost of Asset

Accumulated Amortization

Accumulated Amortization

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NBV

NBV

NBV



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Iona Flowers Inc.

  • After the first year, Iona Flowers Inc. decides that the estimated revenue of $30,000 each year was an inaccurate estimate. As the business is growing it is hard to predict when business will pick up. Iona Flowers Inc. has decided to switch to a units of activity amortization method based on 20,000 deliveries in the reminder of the assets useful life.


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Iona Flower’s Revised Amor’t

Amortizable cost

= 45,000 – 5,000 – 10,000 = $30,000

Amortizable cost per unit

= $30,000 = $1.50

20,000

If there were 5,432 deliveries in 2009 the amortization expense would be:

= $1.50 x 5,432 = $8,148


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Operating Expenditures

Ordinary repairs are costs to maintain the operating efficiency and expected life

Expense as incurred (maintenance, repair expense)

Capital Expenditures

Additions and improvements are costs incurred to increase the operating efficiency, productive capacity, or expected life of a capital asset

Amortize over remaining useful life

Expenditures During Useful Life


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