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IAS 23 BORROWING COSTS

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  • 1. CA. NIRMAL GHORAWAT B. COM(HONS), ACA IAS 23 BORROWING COSTS
  • 2. OBJECTIVE
    • Prescribe the Accounting Treatment for Borrowing Costs.
  • 3. KEY TERMS
    • BORROWING
    • COSTS (BC)
    • QUALIFYING ASSETS (QA)
    • INTEREST + OTHER COSTS incurred by an entity in connection with the borrowing of funds.
    • is an asset that NECESSARILY takes a SUBSTANTIAL period of time to get ready for intended use or sale.
  • 4. BENCHMARK TREATMENT
    • RECOGNITION
    • BC shall be recognised as an Expense in the period in which they are incurred.
    • ~ regardless of how they are incurred.
    • DISCLOSURE
    • Accounting Policy adopted for Borrowing Costs.
  • 5. ALLOWED ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT
    • RECOGNITION
    • BC shall be recognised as an Expense in the period in which they are incurred.
    • EXCEPT to the extent they are CAPITALISED.
    • DISCLOSURE
    • The FS shall disclose:
    • the Accounting Policy for BC;
    • the amount of Borrowing Costs capitalised during the period;
    • Capitalisation Rate.
  • 6. CAPITALISATION OF BC
    • BC DIRECTLY attributable to the Acquisition, Construction or Production of QA shall be CAPITALISED as part of the cost of the asset.
    Funds are borrowed SPECIFICALLY for the purpose of obtaining a QA Funds are borrowed GENERALLY and used for the purpose of obtaining a QA ACTUAL BC incurred on that borrowing during the period LESS any income on temporary investment of those borrowings BC shall be determined using a CAPITALISATION RATE to the expenditure on that asset. Capitalisation Rate is the WEIGHTED AVERAGE of the BC of the entity that are outstanding during the period – OTHER than Borrowings made SPECIFICALLY for the purpose of obtaining a QA. Amount of BC Capitalised during a period shall NOT EXCEED the ACTUAL amount of BC incurred during the year.
  • 7. COMMENCEMENT, SUSPENSION AND CESSATION OF CAPITALISATION COMMENCEMENT SUSPENSION CESSATION
    • Expenditure for the asset are being incurred;
    • BC are incurred;
    • Active Development i.e., activities that are necessary to prepare the asset for its intended use or sale are in progress.
    During Extended periods in which Active Development is INTERRUPTED. Read ABNORMAL DELAYS. Substantially all the activities necessary to prepare the asset for its intended use or sale are in progress.
  • 8. IMPAIRMENT
    • If the Carrying Amount or Expected ultimate cost of QA EXCEEDS its Recoverable Amount of Net Realisable Value (NRV) – THEN Carrying Amount is WRITTEN DOWN- as per IAS on Impairment of Assets.

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