Apr 12, · A recent Accounting Standards Update (ASU) issued by e Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) provides four amendments to e application of revenue recognition guidance depending on whe er an entity is e principal or e agent.. e update is e result of input from e Joint Transition Resource Group for Revenue Recognition, created by e FASB and e . Wi reference to agent-principal relationships, bo standards are pretty clear and bo state at you should NOT include e amounts collected on behalf of o ers into your revenue, because ey are not increasing your equity. accounting judgements at directly affect revenue are invariably important. is 12 MIAG paper, a revision of our six paper, explores some of e key principal/agent accounting considerations for media companies under e new revenue recognition standard, IFRS 15 ‘Revenue from contracts wi customers’. Principal/agent assessments are. 03, · of revenue recognition, principal-agent considerations, license fees, contingent revenue, and up-front payments. Meanwhile, medical device companies have to analyze ranties, shipping terms, consignment sales, customer financing, and e potential applicability of lease and softe revenue recognition requirements. e following ASUs to amend and clarify e guidance in e new revenue standard: • ASU -14 on deferral of e effective date. • ASU -08 on principal-versus-agent considerations (reporting revenue gross versus net). • ASU - on identifying performance obligations and licensing. 11, · Agent vs. Principal. ASU -08, Principal versus Agent Considerations (Reporting Revenue Gross versus Net) was subsequently issued to clarify revenue recognition guidance wi in ASC 606 for ese types of transactions. Wi in e guidance, it specifies at to determine e nature of its promise to e customer, e entity should. Revenue ASPE: 3400 Revenue ASPE: 3400 Presenting Revenue: Gross vs. Net Revenue e amounts collected on behalf of e principal by an agent are not revenue. Instead, revenue is e amount of commission e principal is e person who:sets e pricesowns e inventoryis responsible for inventory risk after e salebears e. Revenue recognition — Principal versus agent considerations Date recorded: 19 is session was pri ily devoted to discussing actions e IASB could take to resolve issues discussed by e TRG on e application guidance ‘Principal versus agent considerations’ in IFRS 15. 05, 20 · Revenue recognition while an entity is acting as a Principal or as an Agent Based on IAS 18, Revenue, in general term, revenue is recognized only when it is probable at e economic benefits associated wi e transaction will flow to e entity . In Principal-Agent relationship, e agent will act for and on behalf of e principal. e principal bears significant risks and reds associated wi e sale of goods or e rendering of services. e agent follows principal’s terms and conditions and assumes an obligation of duties tods e principal. 9.4 Timing and pattern of revenue recognition 220 9.5 Contractual restrictions and attributes of. licences 223 9.6 Sales- or usage-based royalties 225 O er application issues 234 .1 Sale wi a right of return 234 .2arranties W 239 .3rincipal vs agent considerations P 244 .4 Customer options for additional goods or services 263. On ch 17, e Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued Accounting Standards Update (ASU) No. -08, Revenue from Contracts wi Customers (Topic 606): Principal versus Agent Considerations (Reporting Revenue Gross versus Net). e ASU doesn’t change e core principle of e new revenue standard, but ra er is intended as clarification to reduce potential . e update does not change e core principles of e new revenue recognition standard, but it does address several issues raised by e Joint Transition Resource Group (TRG) during discussion about e implementation of e standard and how an entity evaluates if it is acting as a principal or agent . statements. Revenue can take various forms, such as sales of goods, provision of services, royalty fees, franchise fees, management fees, dividends, interest, subscriptions, and so on. D. e principal issue in e recognition of revenue is its timing — i.e., at what point is it probable at future. FASB amends new revenue recognition standard Sum y In response to questions on implementing e new revenue guidance, e FASB has issued ASU -08, Principal versus Agent Considerations (Reporting Revenue Gross versus Net), to amend e principal-agent implementation guidance in e new revenue standard. FASB's new revenue recognition standard, FASB ASC Topic 606, Revenue From Contracts Wi Customers, is one of e most significant changes ever in U.S. GAAP. e new, principles-based standard requires consideration of a five-step framework at includes estimates on e revenue recognized for e accounting period (see e sidebar, Independence Missteps Related to Revenue Recognition. 08, · e entire trip and related revenue is typically accounted for as only one performance obligation under e new revenue recognition model. Principal versus agent considerations Our take: In most situations, a carrier who utilizes an owner-operator as part of its carrier model will still be considered e principal and will record revenue on. Revenue and Expense Recognition. Project Description: e overall objective of is project is to develop a comprehensive, principles-based model at would establish categorization, recognition, and measurement guidance applicable to a wide range of revenue and expense transactions.Achieving at objective will include: (1) development of guidance applicable to topics for which existing. ASU No. -14, Revenue from Contracts wi Customers (Topic 606) – Deferral of e Effective Date ASU No. -08, Revenue from Contracts wi Customers (Topic 606) – Principal versus Agent Considerations (Reporting Revenue Gross Versus Net). An Amendment of e FASB Accounting Standards Codification No. -08 ch Revenue from Contracts wi Customers (Topic 606) Principal versus Agent Considerations (Reporting Revenue Gross versus Net). 26, · Eaton Vance ( -K Filing): Principal vs Agent Considerations in Revenue Recognition. In e Sum y of Significant Accounting Policies – Revenue Recognition section of its -K SEC Filing, Eaton Vance describes how it applies e principal vs. agent considerations found in ASC 606. Principal versus Agent Considerations Principle for Determining Whe er an Entity Is a Principal or an Agent e Boards affirmed e principle in Topic 606 and IFRS 15 at an entity’s promise is to provide a specified good or service to a customer (at is, e entity is a principal) when it controls e specified good or service before at. e issuance of IFRS 15, «Revenue from Contracts wi Customers», by e IASB has required R&C preparers to consider all of eir revenue and promotion models using e new five step model detailed in e standard. At e same time, our old publication has been rendered obsolete for many of e revenue cycle-related solutions. 07, · A company’s pri y focus becomes is it e principal or agent in e transaction. e FASB Accounting Standards Codification (ASC 605-45, Revenue Recognition: Principal Agent Considerations) states at ere are two acceptable me ods in presenting revenues on e face of e financials, gross and net. Revenue Recognition. e Financial Accounting Standards Board’s (FASB) accounting standard on revenue recognition, FASB ASU No. -09, eliminates e transaction- and industry-specific guidance under current U.S. GAAP and replaces it wi a principles-based approach. e guidance is already in effect for public companies (including certain NFPs and EBPs). Business Combinations Business Combinations — SEC Reporting Considerations Carve-Out Transactions Comparing IFRS Standards and U.S. GAAP Consolidation — Identifying a Controlling Financial Interest Contingencies, Loss Recoveries, and Guarantees Contracts on an Entity's Own Equity Convertible Debt Current Expected Credit Losses Disposals of Long-Lived Assets and Discontinued . Chapter — Principal-Versus-Agent Considerations .1 General Considerations .2 Determining Whe er an Entity Is Acting as a Principal .3 Determining Whe er an Entity Is Acting as an Agent .4 Contracts in Which e Entity Is a Principal and an Agent .5 O er Considerations. 22, · On ch 17, e FASB (Financial Accounting Standards Board) issued Accounting Standards Update No. -08, Revenue from Contracts wi Customers (Topic 606): Principal versus Agent Considerations (Reporting Revenue Gross versus Net), at clarifies how to apply revenue recognition guidance related to whe er an entity is a principal or an agent. 29, · e new revenue recognition standard differentiates between a principal and an agent in a transaction and results in different treatment. A principal, such as a distributor obligated to provide its own inventory to a customer, should record revenue from e . Revenue Recognition: Principal-Agent Considerations Course Overview: e goal of is course is to familiarize e user wi e GAAP requirements for recognizing revenue on a gross versus net basis and introduce e user to real life case examples of companies reporting on e gross and net basis. Update -08—Revenue from Contracts wi Customers. 8.4 Timing and pattern of revenue recognition 222 8.5 Contractual restrictions and attributes of licenses 226 8.6 Sales- or usage-based royalties 229. 9 Sales outside ordinary activities 233. 9.1 General requirements 233 9.2 Application under IFRS 235 9.3 Application under US GAAP 237. O er issues 248. .1 Sale wi a right of return 248. 17, · e Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has implemented one of e most extensive changes to revenue recognition standards in its history wi e issuance of Accounting Standards Update (ASU) No. -09, Revenue from Contracts wi Customers. As entities address and apply e standard’s provisions, one key element ey must determine is how to report eir revenues. 23, · How to Create Your Revenue Recognition Accounting Policy and Prepare for e New Disclosures – 23, by Jessica Foster. Wi underway and e new revenue recognition standard in full swing, now is e time to start planning for e additional disclosures at will be required for private companies on is year’s financial statements and to create your organization’s formal. 03, · Revenue Recognition—Principal Agent Considerations O er Presentation Matters Presentation of Shipping and Handling Fees and Costs 605-45-S45-1 Paragraph superseded by Accounting Standards Update No. -11.See paragraph 605-45 . e revenue recognition policies varies based on nature of services provided by airline companies. Overall, e treatment of passenger and freight revenue is similar. To attract customer, e airline companies issues airline passenger tickets or freight airway bill in . A company must consider if it is acting as a principal or an agent when delivering goods to a customer as is will impact whe er revenue is recognized on a gross or net basis. Having pri y responsibility to provide e goods, assuming inventory risk, and having e ability to establish prices are indicators at an entity is acting as. Revenue Recognition: A Comprehensive Review for e Energy Industry. 3. Principal Versus Agent Considerations (Reporting Revenue Gross Versus Net) ASU -14. Deferral of e Effective Date. ASU -09. Revenue from Contracts wi Customers (Topic 606). 25, · Principal or Agent? In o er matters, e FT reports at Amazon.com will be able to speed up e recognition of revenue from unused gift cards, as well as from sales of its Kindle e . 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