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A Practical Guide to Ind AS 115: Revenue from Contracts with Customers

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    Author(s)CA Santosh Maller
    PublisherBloomsbury India
    Edition1st Edition
    Publish YearApril 2018


    Bloomsbury India A Practical Guide to Ind AS 115: Revenue from Contracts with Customers by CA Santosh Maller

    About the book
    Ind AS 115, Revenue from Contracts with Customers (Ind AS 115) corresponding to IFRS 15 is notified by the MCA vide notification dated 28 March 2018. The new standard is effective from financial year commencing 1 April 2018. 
    Ind AS 115 specifies the accounting for all revenue arising from contracts with customers. It affects all entities that enter into contracts to provide goods or services to their customers. While many of the concepts in the new model are consistent with those in current Ind AS for recognising revenue, the requirements for accounting for several elements will change. These include areas such as, identifying multiple-elements with a bundled contract, accounting for long term contracts, estimating variable consideration, customer contracts with financing elements, accounting for contract acquisition costs, accounting for upfront amounts collected from customers and non-cash considerations. In addition, Ind AS 115 introduces a number of new disclosure requirements that entities will need to evaluate.
    Revenue or the top-line is an important performance indicator of the growth of a company.  The growth perception, enterprise valuation and investor sentiments, often largely depend on the reported revenue figure. Ind AS 115 may have a major impact on the way the revenue is reported by Indian companies under Ind AS. Ind AS 115 is a minefield of areas of accounting estimations and management judgments, and would, therefore, the transition and application would call into action the financial reporting resources, processes, information systems and the quality of corporate governance. Many accountants would rediscover their organisations in the process. 
    This book is an attempt to cover the requirements of Ind AS 115, with examples, comparisons with current Ind AS requirements, take international perspectives as can be seen from the financial statements of early adopters of IFRS 15 and to take a closer look at the disclosure requirements.

    Key Features
    • Contains more than 200 worked examples covering various practical aspects of Ind AS 115
    • Contains simple explanations of the requirements of the new standard with lucid examples and diagrammatic illustrations
    • Relevant extracts from real-life international companies that have early adopted IFRS 15 along with the impact of IFRS 15
    • Detailed sector-wise analysis of the impact of Ind AS 115
    • Author's views and practical perspectives provided at various places
    • Comparison with current Ind AS requirements in respective sections
    • Detailed illustration of disclosure requirements of Ind AS 115