IFRS 16 specifies how an IFRS reporter will recognise, measure, present and disclose leases. stating as rental expense also looks weird. Hi Silvia, 44-46 of IFRS 16 and a lessor applies paragraphs 79-80 or paragraph 87 of IFRS 16. How do we account for it? IFRS 16, 70: “…the lease payments included in the measurement of the net investment in the lease comprise the payments …that are not received at the commencement date”. Your materials/articles are very impressive. During the preparatory works, ABC discovered that the operating lease contract related to a machine might require some adjustments. Can the supplier substitute the asset during the period of use? They do not affect lease liability (unless there is such a term in the lease contract).S. IAS 17 required both lessees and lessors to classify leases into finance leases and operating leases depending on whether there is transfer of risks and rewards and recognize liabilities only in case of finance leases. IFRS® is the IFRS Foundation’s registered Trade Mark and is used by Simlogic, s.r.o what would be the accounting entry to reverse the right of use of the asset, liability and the income statement charge ( interest + depreciation) please? What kind of process we should have, when we decide when to calculate the extension in our numbers? If it is exempted, don't you think IFRS 16 is prone to manipulation of "off balance sheet financing"? »The cost of the right-of-use asset shall comprise: It enables companies to finance property, plant and equipment without the need to incur large initial cash outflows. It is treated as a separate lease (IFRS 16.44); or 2. – What are my journal entries? On March 27, 2017, the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) released a web presentation discussing the lease modification requirements for lessees in IFRS 16, Leases. and how to adjust the 5 yr diff? When your year-end is 31 March 2019, then you are making a transition to IFRS 16 from 1 April 2019… S. Hi Silvia, previously, a Company, which used to obtain vehicles on say vehicle lease finance for a period of 5 years and the asset used to be jointly registered until the lease was padi. I have a query regarding how we would adjust for rent accruals and prepayments existing at ye 31 dec 2018 under modified retrospective approach whereby we set the lease liability = right of use asset. If so doesn’t it affect previous fiscal periods? In this cases how would you determine the lease period which will be used for the calculation of the RoU and Lease liability? How about if you are an intermediate lessor in a building where you lease office space and you sublet a portion of the space. Amounts paid for the first time against the rental of a building Regards, Great as usual, thanks. Operating Leases Any modification to a lease contract that was classified as an operating lease results in the modified contract being accounted for as a new lease from the date of modification. The low value assets exemption you mentioned at the beginning of the video, is it applicable to the lessee, lessor or both of them? At the modification date, Entity A calculates lease liability corresponding to annual payments of $30,000 and revised discount rate of 5%: Accounting entries at the lease modification date (1 January 20X6) made by Entity A are as follows: Note: this example is based on illustrative example 17 accompanying IFRS 16. Hi, What happens when lease incentive is higher than the ROU asset and ROU asset is negative? How the lessee would record this asset? Hi Silvia, Yes, it is. Does it come under purview of ifrs 16. Here you can see that the accounting for operating leases is asymmetrical: both lessees and lessors recognize an asset in their financial statements (it’s a bit controversial and there were huge debates around). After commencement date, lessee needs to take care about both elements recognized initially: Debit Profit or loss – Depreciation charge, Credit Accumulated depreciation of right-of-use asset. Retrospective Application Options – Lessees 98 10.2. Each year we need to renew the contracts. What if the lease agreement, other than rent, also included the fixed charge of monthly building management fee with effect from the commencement of the lease but subject to adjustment during the lease period. 1. Questions or comments? Thank you! Or is it ok to show as vehicles as was shown by lessee when IAS 17 was in place. Thanks. Thanks What if we just started a tenancy agreement with our landlord for 12 months but they gave us 1 month free, so in total, 13 months for the price of 12 months. if yes then there is no definite future period mentioned in the agreement . Very helpful information. For the sublessee, will it recognize in its books the right-to-use asset as a lessee? Hi, Silvia, What will be the treatment of previously recognized finance lease when my year end is at 31 march 2019? I just completed the IFRS 16 Course of the IFRS Kit. Under the limited retrospective approach to applying IFRS 16 by lessees, does a lessee need to to determine a new discount rate on the date of initial application (Jan 1st, 2019) to subsequently remeasure the lease liability carried forward from 2018 for a lease previously accounted for a finance lease? Excerpts from IFRS Standards come from the Official Journal of the European Union (© European Union, https://eur-lex.europa.eu). The cost of the hotel will definitely be the PPE (it is not subject of the lease, but you construct it). The contract agreement is for 6 months. In accordance with IFRS 16.7(a), when a short-term lease is modified, the lease is considered to … And how I could record these entries ? The commencement date for the lease is 20X1-01-01 and the discount rate is 6%. The buyer (lessor) accounts for a purchase of an asset under applicable standards and for the lease under IFRS 16. would you consider this as a lease scenario? (a) the amount of the initial measurement of the lease liability, as described in paragraph 26 LESS REFUNDABLE PURCHASE TAXES;«, It’s simple, include the non refundable purchase taxes and exclude the refundable purchase taxes when computing the cost of right of use asset. However Y Company entered in a contract with X for sharing their site. IFRS 16 – the new lease standard. I’m talking about operating leases, especially those with non-cancellable terms. Great and clear explanation. Or whether we keep those as sub-contractors expense. IFRS 16’s lease modification guidance can be summarised into the diagram overleaf. $147,202: Decrease of right-of-use asset by 40% Are you ready? Please recommend the relevant accounting entry as well. Sale value at the date of sale: USD 25m All calculations presented in this example are available for download in an excel file. We have leased agreement for office and warehouse since past few year and we will use in future as well , but the lease agreement is renewed every year (12 month) with not right to purchase , In this case will IFRS16 applicable ? after period of 36 months customer has right to buy this asset at $1 (negligible amount) what should be accounting treatment in my books ? Should the 2019 Annual Report of the Company include the updated price change that happend on 01.01.2020? The standard provides a single lessee accounting model, requiring lessees to recognise assets and li­a­bil­i­ties for all leases unless the lease term is 12 months or less or the un­der­ly­ing asset has a … XYZ have been using this building for the past 3 years and was renewing the contract every 6 month. Here, I have one question related to Accounting for finance lease by lessors. well, you don’t have any lease liability here, only right-of-use asset and you will depreciate it over 30 years. I understand that in these cases, the management of our company should evaluate those and give best possible prediction on how long they are going to rent this building. Kamran, I never ever said that these 2 assets are the same. GBU. Thank for your articles. However, the lessee can apply also IAS 40 Investment Property (if the right-of –use asset is an investment property and fair value model is applied), or using revaluation model under IAS 16 (if right-of-use asset relates to the class of PPE accounted for by revaluation model). Sublease: 2- The second question is about the supplier’s right to change the asset. Lessor presents PPE while Lessee has to account for his “Right to use that PPE” and that too only to the extent of what he has to pay for a rented period (not the fair value of the asset (or the carrying value of the asset in Lessor’s books) on the date of the lease). Hi Silvia, I have Question Please ( If I have rent contract for 5 Years Contains Base rent of 10,000,000 Per Year and 200,000 As service Charges Yearly 5% annual increment As per IAS 17 Total Base rent of the five years Amortized equally on monthly basis. If yes how do we depreciate the right of use asset since land is generally not depreciated. Thank you Silvia, nicely explained. Are the amounts paid at the beginning of the lease as costs added to the rent payments, such as: 4) Rent already paid. Learn here what's the matter and see the example. 1. basic concept in accounting leases from lessee’s perspective is … ROA = Lease liability Everything booked to profit/loss in previous years is reversed via equity (retained earnings). remeasures the lease liability by discounting the revised lease payments using a revised discount rate. Our Real estate leases – The landlord perspective (PDF 1.4 MB) publication covers key areas of IFRS 16 that are particularly relevant to landlords in real estate leases. Please guide on accounting treatment and disclosure for the property taken on lease for 30 years and lease payment made in one go on lease commencement. Hello Silvia, assuming i have leashold land for 49 years at $2m. what are the reason that leasehold property is not classified Under IFRS 16, Examples of lease modifications are adding or terminating the right to use one or more underlying assets or extending or shortening the contractual lease term. Please i need some clarity, thank you Silvia. Hi Olga, as for the lease term, please look here. Thank you in advance for your prompt answer. But, why is there a new lease standard when we had an older IAS 17 Leases? Lease liability and the right-of-use asset are equal at initial recognition and amount to $736,009 as shown below. Question: Practicable description of “the covered period” is not clear. Suppose vendor has deferred the lease payments by more than 1 year then the same will be considered as a lease modification? • Subcontractor takes the vehicle home daily after working hours Hi Silva, Will it still be included under IFRS 16? Warning: Lessees do NOT classify the leases as finance or operating anymore! See also Example 15 accompanying IFRS 16. A finance income on the lease receivable: A reduction of the lease receivable by the cash received: The seller (lessee) accounts for the right-of-use asset. IFRS 16 Lease modifications. The use of a revised discount rate in remeasuring the lease liability reflects that, in modifying the lease, there is a change in the interest rate implicit in the lease (IFRS 16.BC203). – The lease did not run to the end of the period. The lease started in January 2018, will we need to restate 2018 financials ? Is this covered by IFRS 16? But how often should we revaluate the asset and liability values? Hans, under older IAS 17 yes, that would be a lease because the criterion was that the customer has the right to substantially all of the asset’s output. S. In fact it is not the same asset that lessor and lessee show in case of operating lease. Thanks. Hi, Thanks for the valuable information. As there were no payments at the commencement of the lease, lease liability and the right-of-use asset are equal at initial recognition and amount to $368,004 as shown below. How and when do they get added to the ROU Asset. Thanks in Advance. This year we made the new calculation to reflect the 70 years but we do not know how to show these adjustment on the statement of income. Example at lease commencement I did work on the asset and knew I would incur 10K to undo or reinstate the asset to original condition at the end of the lease say 5 years. Hi Silvia, Hi, please assist Thank You. The schedules for accounting in subsequent years for the lease liability and right-of-use asset are presented below. Your feedback will be highly appreciated Yes, Atul, you are right. It replaces IAS 17, which is almost 20 years old, as of January 1, 2019. Am I right? The standard IFRS 16 Leases has been issued for a while with the mandatory effective date of 1 January 2019. Once the cost is incurred, then it is recognized as Debit Provision/Credit Cash (bank, suppliers…). Does it still be considered as a contract even if the supplier has the right to change the asset? have also right to use , right to provide direction . 1- Does the IFRS 16 apply on land lease? Thank you for your clarifications. if there is a lease period of 50years but from this year on remaing period is 45years. Keep the good work. $267,301: Remaining liability relating to modified scope (at original discount rate) From the agreement, the landlord allows the office premises can be used by the holding company and its three subsidiaries but each subsidiary has to sign a deed of indemnity to the landlord individually, i.e. Assume PPA agreement is for 10 years with possibility of extending for another 10 years. The application of IFRS 16.C10(c) is tantamount to treating the leases as short-term leases from the DIA. All calculations are also available for download in an excel file. It can’t be depreciation since the ROU is no longer there. S. I want to get a detailed notes of IFRS and IAS. A lessee (customer) accounts for a lease modification as a separate lease if both the criteria are met (IFRS 16.44): When a lease modification is treated as a separate lease, the original right-for-use asset remains unaffected, and the separate lease is recognised under general recognition principles. Learn more at http://www.pwc.com/ifrs16 This is the fourth video in a series on the key issues in implementing the new leases standard IFRS 16. Commissions. a) Debit Lease receivable Credit PPE The application as described in Modifications- Continuation of an existing lease, and the resulting calculations, can be complicated and judgmental under IFRS 16. In this case the lease term is your asset’s useful life. Please advise how is the head lease rental expenses is recorded subsequently. Gain on sale: USD 5 m Should it be recalculated monthly, quarterly, yearly, or should we use the same IBR over the full lifetime of the lease? Thanks. At the beginning of the contract the lease liability is the discounted amount of the unpaid 2 years rent amount. Amr, Hello Sylivie. Thanks for this awesome article about IFRS 16. I have a question on subcontractors e.g XYZ has over 3,000 small captive (regular) subcontractors providing their owned vehicles to the company for freight services under the following terms: Operating Leases 90 8.4. The seller (lessee) keeps recognizing transferred asset and accounts for the cash received as for a financial liability under. For example the amortisation has decreased since in previous calculation we over amortise. Remeasurements of the lease liability are treated as adjustments to the right-of-use asset. present value of new lease liability USD 15m. Adding to the same, I have a doubt regarding the current scenario that I am facing. I`m not sure since it seems to be non-monetary (let`s say virtual) item. At least I got some idea/knowledge about this new standard on lease. the consideration for the lease increases by an amount commensurate with the stand-alone price for the increase in scope and any appropriate adjustments to that stand-alone price to reflect the circumstances of the particular contract. IFRS 16 Leases replaces IAS 17 Leases, the earlier lease accounting standard.IFRS 16 is effective for annual period beginning on or after 1 January 2019. Effective date and transition 98 10.1. I have questions related to (IAS 17) old standard. Do they need to record the use of our fleet at all on their balance sheet? > if lease payments include purchase taxes which the lesee can not refund it is “logical” that non refundable taxes are a cost part of ROA; How does the accounting entry goes for sale and lease back on the sellers side innboth the condition? Whether i have to show the building in my books as right to use asset and Lease liability and depreciate the amount of lease liability over the Lease period. how to calculate PV ,depreciation and interest? and it will be recognised in income evenly throuthout the lease term. What journal entries should be passed in the accounts? If yes, how will be the accounting entries? The lease liability is calculated as all the lease payments not paid at the commencement date discounted by the interest rate implicit in the lease or incremental borrowing rate. You can capitalize them as a separate item of PPE and depreciate over their useful life (which is max. You have made the complex IFRS 16 look easy !The moot question of double accounting of asset by both lessor and lessee remains. 2. the primary element of ROA is the amount of the initial measurement of the lease liability You can scroll tables presented below horizontally if they don’t fit your screen. A question for you. As a result, I would apply IFRS 16 right on 1 July 2018. Entity A calculates new present value of lease liability taking into account updated amounts of lease payments and revised discount rate: The amount calculated above is obviously lower that the lease liability before the modification ($421,236.4), the difference is accounted for as follows: Accounting for the lease liability and the right-of-use asset in the years following the modification will be as follows: Note: this example is based on illustrative example 19 accompanying IFRS 16. Hi Palak, FV at the date of sale USD 23m A sale and leaseback transaction involves the sale of an asset and the leasing the same asset back. Hi Silvia, thanks so much for your article. Changes in payments that are not lease modifications If a change in lease payments does not result from a lease modification, that change would generally be accounted for as a variable lease payment. The questions are: Hi Dhaval, you are not depreciating the land, you are depreciating only the right to use the land over the lease term. Dear Silva, No, because under the finance lease, the lessor does not have an item of PPE, but the net investment in the lease (receivable). So we have a big factory building leases with two kind of lease terms: • Lease payment is estimated by reference to market vehicle rental rate ( monthly rate) Hello Silvia, Thanks very much for the valuable insights into the standards, If we have some rights to use the parent company’s assets – we are an advertising company we place digital signage and posters in the assets of the parent company (playground and spaces) and we are generating revenue. Accordingly, Entity B applies the guidance in IFRS 16.5-8 to such leases. does it applies for lessor or for finance lease??? Would like to sublease for the 10 remaining years but unable to, so there is 3 years remaining. How should the ‘Finance Lease Receivable’ from a sublease be presented in the ‘Statement of Financial Position’? With respect to applying the short term 12 month exemption: Thanks. We fully run the service for another company and this includes the use of our fleet. It is irrelevant for the lessor as the lessor has a different accounting model. You are here: Home 1 / SAB&Tips 2 / 2020 3 / IFRS 16 Lease modifications. b) Debit Cash Credit Deferred income We have some leases for offices for which the initial duration of the contract has ended and since then, the contract is silently renewed every year. IAS 2 , IAS 16 , IAS 38 ) and accounts for the lease using lease requirements included in IFRS 16 (IFRS 16.100(b)). How can i contact you for this. Let’s assume that, after initial recognition set out in the previous example, a lease modification is made on 1 January 20X6 as follows: The revised discount rate at the lease modification date is 7%. shall we do the same for Service charges ? what about the cost is for innovation (eg. IFRS 16 Leases contains detailed guidance on how to account for lease modifications. I have a question. After all, you need to give out some cash in order to derecognize that liability (although yes, I see your point). Under new IFRS 16 you need to assess whether the customer has the right to direct how the identified asset (power plant) will be used. At lease commencement, a lessee accounts for two elements: Let me outline the journal entries for you: Credit Lease liability (in the amount of the lease liability), Credit Suppliers (Bank account, Cash, whatever is applicable), Credit Provision for asset removal (under IAS 37). the rent of land for 50 years appear to satisfy the fight-of-use asset – land for a period for the lessee. Hi.. Operating Expenses would like to clarify with you a simple things A lease modification is defined as a change in the scope of a lease, or the consideration for a lease, that was not part of the original terms and conditions of the lease. What would be the price of the building in the accounting of A as at 31.12.2020 ? … ROA (= initial measurement of the lease liability) = Lease liability (=initial measurement of the lease liability) i. Is IFRS effective starting on 1 January 2018 or 1 January 2019. • Lease term 3 years See, if this is really burning question, you can sign up for my Helpline service and our consultants can give you the clear advice based on assessing your situation. Kindly upload some illustratives on sale and lease back transaction when the transaction is a sale as per IFRS 15. why is it treated as operating lease? Also, the standard IFRS 16 is mandatory for all periods starting on or after 1 January 2019. And I have some follow-up questions: Incremental Borrowing Rate: (A) on 31.12 the previous year, or We ultimately charge one fixed price for the entire service. Calculation of lease liability and right-of-use asset: As in previous examples, lease liability increases every year due to unwinding of discount (charged as finance costs in P/L) and decreases with each payment made: And the carrying amount of the right-of-use asset decreases with depreciation charged each year: Let’s now assume that a lease modification is made on 1 January 20X6. Because our auditor insists want to pass the ROU at beginning of 2019. Can i calculate the impact to B/S and P/L and comment immaterial to apply FRS116 even thought we did not fulfilled the exemption requirement? a change in the timing of when lease payments are due), there is no impact on the financial statements. Hello. All Rights Reserved. First of all, thank you for your amazing contribution to the understanding of IFRS. Lessor keeps recognizing the leased asset in his statement of financial position. I am lessee and building is identified asset and i have right to use. If the answer to these questions is YES, then it’s probable that your contract contains a lease. A lease modification is a change in the scope of a lease, or the consideration for a lease, that was not part of the original terms and conditions of the lease (IFRS 16.Appendix A). interest rate 20% with zero DP 5 years monthly installments Hi Silvia, thanks for this. The commencement date for this lease is 20X1-01-01 and the discount rate is 6%. What will the Journal entries be for the initial recognition on Company X books? $92,001: Right-of-use asset after scope decrease But at the end of the first three years the actual payment is only one year rent amount and the lease liability extends up to the beginning of the fifth year to be settled by the last payment. Hi Dante, For those leases, a lessee shall account for the right-of-use asset and the lease liability applying this Standard from the date of initial application. 2. The article is great, but I would like to point out that when the answer is “yes” to the following question, then you probably DO not have a lease contract: “Can the supplier substitute the asset during the period of use? We have faced couple of things about IFRS 16 about which our auditors don’t agree. Check your inbox or spam folder now to confirm your subscription. Below is an excel example based on Example 19 from IFRS 16. S. Hi silvia, VAT) at initial measurement of right of use asset-ROA. For example, if you rent a warehouse and rental payments include the fees for cleaning services, then you should separate these payments between the lease payments and service payments and account for these elements separately. 2- What about the annual rent of the land is it operating lease or finance lease? S. Hi Silvia, thank you for your very helpful detailed and as always insightful explanations. Hi, may I clarify if the financial report covers 18 months period from July 2018 to December 2019, can we don’t take rental payment under IFRS 16, I know that this standard is effective beginning on or January 2019, Early adopt is allowed, can we treat this rental expense throughout this 18 months since our financial report started from 1 Jul 2018? Thanks. VAT Base Rent Hi Silvia, Broadly speaking, a lease modification is accounted for in one of two ways: 1. Parking Hi Silvia – Great Article. Or it should not? The lease term and lease scope remain unchanged. If a lessee elects to apply this Standard in accordance with paragraph C5 (b), for leases that were classified as finance leases applying IAS 17, the carrying amount of the right-of-use asset and the lease liability at the date of initial application shall be the carrying amount of the lease asset and lease liability immediately before that date measured applying IAS 17. 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