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Accounting Standard 16 Borrowing Cost

Accounting Standard 16 Borrowing Cost

It includes the following:

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  • Cessation of capitalization : As per Accounting Standard 16 Borrowing Cost , when all the substantial activities to construct the asset are over then capitailising of borrowing cost for such asset needs to be stopped.


    Steps for solving question in exam

    • Step 1.) : find total borrowing cost for the period
    • Step 2.) : calculate amount to be capitalised

    Expenses for qualifying asset  * rate of borrowing * time period

    • Step 3.) : balance to be transferred to p&l account

    ( step 1  –  step 2 )

    Note :

    1. Rate may be of two type :
      • Specific rate : It is the rate on borrowing which is specifically borrowed for contruction of qualifying asset given . Use this rate upto the borrowing is specific otherwise,
      • General rate : It is the rate on the borrowing which is general in nature means which is not specifically borrowed for some particular asset . when there are more than one general borrowing then we have to find weitage average rate for general borrowings .

    It can be found as follow:

  •  borrowing cost on general borrowing *100 /equivalent amount of general borrowing outstandig for the period.Foreign exchange flutuation to be consider borrowing cost:{para 4(e)}:If Actual interest < Notional interest  then :Foreign exchange flutuation{F.E.F.} :-Borrowing cost(AS 16)                                               Balance if any:F.E.F.                                                                               AS-11OR                                                                                   F.E.F(NOTIONAL INTEREST – ACTUAL INTEREST )WHICH EVER IS LESSGeneral Note : general note for Accounting Standard 16 Borrowing Cost
    • When there is foreign currency loan , then to converet interest into reporting currecy actual payment date , rate of conversion is to be use , but if actual date of payment is not given than we can use average conversion rate as assumption that interest is paid through out the year.
    • And if foreign currency loan is general borrowing then when calculating weightage average rate , to convert loan amount always use average rate for finding equivalent amount outstanding through out the year.

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