Lower of Cost and Net Realizable Value (LCNRV) (Coursework Sample)
Using ACCEPTED ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES TO ACCURATELY CAPTURE BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS, WE WERE REQUIRED TO RECORD AND ANYLYZE THE GIVEN FINANCIAL DATA. In part a of question 1, we have been tasked to EXPLAIN THE PROCESS OF LCNRVA after a company abandons the historical cost principle and adopts the LCNRV method of valuing inventory. in part b, we are tasked with Using the lower-of-cost-or-net realizable value approach applied on an individual-product basis to compute the inventory valuation to be reported for each product on December 31, 2020.source..
Course Name: Financial Accounting
Course Code: ACCT 201
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Academic Year: 1444 H
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a. A company abandons the historical cost principle and adopts the LCNRV method of valuing inventory. Explain the process of LCNRV (Mark 1)
This simply indicates that a write-down would be done from the recorded cost to the lower NRV if inventory was held on the accounting records at a value larger than its net realizable value (NRV). In essence, a Loss for Decline in NRV would be the offsetting negative and the Inventory account would get a credit. This debit would appear as a charge against (decrease in) revenue in the income statement.
b. Abdullah Corporation gives you the following information about its inventory for four different products as on December 31st 2020.
ProductOriginal CostCompletion Cost Selling Price
Using the lower-of-cost-or-net realizable value approach applied on an individual-product basis, compute the inventory valuation to be reported for each product on December 31, 2020. (Marks 2)
ProductOriginal CostCompletion Cost Selling Price NRV LCNRV
ASAR25SAR10SAR40 35 35
BSAR42SAR20SAR58 62 58
CSAR120SAR40SAR150 160 150
D SAR18SAR5 SAR26 23 24
Q2.a. IFRS requires capitalizing actual interest (with modification) in self-constructed assets. What are the five steps necessary to meet IFRS requirement. (Marks 1)
* Identify the contract.
* Separate performance obligations.
* Determine transaction price.
* Allocate transaction price.
* Recognize revenue.
* On November 1, 2020, Saif Company contracted Ahmed Construction Co. to construct a building for SAR 1,600,000 on land costing SAR 400,000 (purchased from the contractor and included in the first payment). Saif made the following payments to the construction company during 2021.
500,000x12/12 = 500, 000
400,000x10/12 = 333333.33
350,000x7/12 = 204166.67
500,000x4/12 = 166666.67
250,000x1/12 = 20833.333
Required: Compute weighted-average accumulated expenditures for 2021 (Marks 2)
Monthly weighted-average expenditures (in SAR)
500,000 x 12/12 = 500,000
400,000 x 10/12 = 333333.33
350,000 x 7/12 = 204,166.67
500,000 x 4/12 = 166,666.67
250,000 x 1/12 = 20,833.333
Accumulated weighted-average expenditures
Accumulated weighted-average expenditures = SAR 1,225,000
Q3 Long-lived tangible asset is associated with either depreciations, impairments or depletions. Explain why companies revalue such assets on an annual basis, and give examples on depreciations, impairments and depletions. (Marks 3)
Revaluations are done in order to record the fair market worth of fixed assets. To deciding whether to invest in a different company, this may be useful. In order to prepare for sales discussions, an asset that a firm wishes to sell is revalued.
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