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Ind AS 115: Revenue from Contracts with Customers
Ind AS 115: Revenue from Contracts with Customers
Corresponding Accounting StandardsAS 7: Construction ContractsAS 9: Revenue Recognition
Implement Ind AS 115
Overview to Ind AS 115 Revenue from customers
Indian Accounting Standard 115, Revenue from Customers is the converged version of Ind AS 11,Construction Contracts and Ind AS 18, Revenue which is on the lines of a similar convergence by the IASB (International Accounting Standard Board) of the IAS 11 and IAS 18.
While under the former regime of Accounting Standards, the scope of Revenue was covered by 2 ASs, viz. AS 9, Revenue Recognition and AS 7, Construction Contracts, the Ind AS lays down consolidated guidelines for accounting, measurement and recognition for revenue from both Construction Contracts and other businesses (except those specifically excluded through Para 5 Ind AS 115).
Ind AS 115 contains principles for determination of the principles of measurement of revenue and the timing of revenue recognition.
The standard would significantly change how an entity recognizes its revenue from customers and will also result in a significant increase in the volume of disclosures related to revenue.
Applicability of Ind AS 115 and its deferment
The Ind AS 115, Revenue from Customers, is a carve out of the IFRS 15, Revenue from Contract with Customers issued by the IASB.
Technology and telecom companies are largely going be impacted with this standard, i.e. mainly those companies which currently bundle their services together. Due to the requirement of the 5 step model, revenue recognition will now be more scientific and transparent.
Although, the MCA notification (on applicability of Ind AS to various class of companies) does not rule out its implementation as per the roadmap, the IFRS 15 in itself is set to be implemented from 2017 onwards only. Also, as per a recent article published in the Economic Times, India is likely to defer the adoption of Ind AS 115 as more consultation is needed with the industry to clarify the requirements and to give examples to help implementation.
In such a situation India may adopt the Ind AS 18, Revenue and Ind AS 11, Construction Contracts for the interim period.
Scope of Ind AS 115Applicable to all contracts with customers (including those with non monetary asset), except:Not covered
Some of the key terms defined in this standard are:Contract AssetAn entitys right to consideration in exchange for goods or services that the entity has transferred to a customer when that right is conditioned on something other than the passage of time (for example, the entitys future performance).
Contract LiabilityAn entitys obligation to transfer goods or services to a customer for which the entity has received or is entitled to receive consideration from the customer.
Performance ObligationA promise in a contract with a customer to transfer to the customer either:(a) a good or service (or a bundle of goods or services) that is distinct; or(b) a series of distinct goods or services that are substantially the same and that have the same pattern of transfer to the customer.
Stand-alone selling price (of a good or service)The price at which an entity would sell a promised good or service separately to a customer.
Transaction Price (for a contract with a customer)The amount of consideration to which an entity expects to be entitled in exchange for transferring promised goods or services to a customer, excluding amounts collected on behalf of third parties.
Revenue Recognition and Measurement under Ind AS 115
Ind AS 115, Revenue from Customers, lays down a five step model approach to the measurement and recognition of revenue from customers. The five step model requires combining/separating contracts with customers, identifying the distinct components in the contracts and recognizing revenue as per the separately allocated transaction price and on fulfillment of certain conditions.
AS 9, Revenue which covered the accounting, measurement etc. of revenue from sale of goods, rendering of services and interest, royalties and dividend incomes required fulfillment of certain conditions for an entity to be able recognize revenue from such transactions.While AS 7 did cover the contract based recognition approach, it based the recognition on percentage of completion while Ind AS 115 requires identification of the distinct components of the goods or services in a contract and recognition of revenue on satisfaction of the conditions laid under the fifth step for not only construction contracts but all revenue from all other nature of businesses.
The following slides cover in detail the five step model and thus, the recognition and measurement of revenue.
The five step approach for recognition of revenue
The Ind AS approach to Revenue from CustomersRevenue recognition as per Ind AS 115 has been described hereunder with the help of an example in order to give a birds eye view of the Ind AS approach to Revenue from Customers.X enters into a 12-month telecom plan with Airtel . The terms of the plan are as follows: X monthly fixed fee is INR 5,000. X receives a free handset at the inception of the plan. Airtel sells the same handsets for INR 25,000 and the same monthly prepayment plans without handset for INR 4,000/month. How should Airtel recognize the revenues as per Ind AS 115?
Revenue under Ind AS 115 Step 1. Identify the contract first.Step 2. Identify all performance obligation. Here, being delivery of handset and service.Step 3. The transaction price is INR 60,000 (being 5,000 X 12 months).Step 4. Allocate that transaction price of INR 60,000 to individual performance obligations.
Step 5. Recognize the revenue when Airtel satisfies the performance obligations.Performance obligationStand-alone selling price% on total Revenue(Relative Selling Price = 60,000*%) Handset25,00034%20,500Network services 48,000 (=4000*12)66%39,500Total73,000100.00%60,000
Identify the contract with a customer.Step 1
The initial step in the five step model. It requires identifying a contract with the customer/s where a contract with the prescribed attributes is present.It further talks about combining various contracts with the same customer if the contracts are negotiated as a single performance obligation with a single commercial objective and/or inter dependent considerations.
Who is a customer???A person who has contracted with an entity to obtain goods or services that are an output of the entitys ordinary activities in exchange for consideration.REVENUE - Income arising in the course of an entitys ordinary activities.INCOME - Increases in economic benefits in the form of inflows or enhancements of assets or decreases of liabilities that result in an increase in equity (except capital contributions).
Whether all conditions are satisfied?YesNoAccount for any consideration received from customer as a liability until the termination or fulfillment of the contract.Follow subsequent steps for recognition of revenue as per the five step model only.
Contract CombinationCombine ContractsCombination of Contract is not possible. Thus treat contract as individual contract.YesYesYesNo
Contract ModificationTreat modification as a separate contract
YesNoCondition 1Condition 2Treat modification as described on next slide
Only condition 1 is satisfiedExisting contract stands cancelled and treat as new contractThen, consideration=additional consideration+Unrecognized revenueFollow steps 1 to 5Modification not treated as a separate contractAddition of distinct goods or services are distinctly identifiable only for some partTreat in any suitable mannerNone of the condition is satisfiedTreat as a single unsatisfied performance obligation (Step 2)
At contract inception, an entity is required to identify the separate performance obligations in a contract. A Performance Obligation is a promise in a contract with a customer to transfer to the customer either:a good or service (or a bundle of goods or services) that is distinct; ora series of distinct goods or services that are substantially the same and that have the same pattern of transfer to the customer which is characterized by any one of the conditions of transfer of control over time.Promise may be implicit, explicit or implied through the business customary business practice.
The promise to transfer the distinct goods or service excludes goods or services that are to be used as an input in producing other goods or services specified by the customer.
For instance, in the example taken in the beginning of the 5 step model, the separate performance obligations are service by Airtel (falling under part (b) of the above definition of performance obligation) and transfer of handset mobile (falling under part (a) of the above definition of performance obligation) to the customer.Identify the separate performance obligations in the contract.Step 2
As per Ind AS 115, the transaction price (for a contract with a customer) is the amount of consideration to which an entity expects to be entitled in exchange for transferring promised goods or services to a customer, excluding amounts collected on behalf of third parties.Thus, amounts received as an agent is transaction price only to the extent of the agents own share of consideration.
Determine the transaction price.Step 3Normally shown as a reduction in transaction price
Variable ConsiderationKey effects
Entities must recognize minimum amount that is highly probable of not reversing.It will lead to early recognition of revenue unlike under the current GAAP where such consideration is recognized on realization only.The variable consideration recognized should be reassessed at the end of each reporting period and necessary adjustments should be made.
Methods for Calculating Variable Consideration
Time Value of Money
While determining the transaction price, the fact that a significant financing component exists, regardless of the fact that it is validated explicitly by a written agreement or not, should be considered.
However, an entity should not recognize a financing component, if any of the following situation is satisfied:-Advance is paid by the customer but the transfer of the goods and/or services is at the discretion of the customer, orDifference between the consideration defined and the cash selling price exists due to some other specified reason. E.g. If difference exists due to an escalation clause or an amount levied on non abidance of a particular clause, etc.
The process of identifying the financing component has been elaborated subsequently:
FINANCING COMPONENTInterest Expense when customer pays in advanceRate between the customer and the entity, had the transaction been only a financing transaction.Time value of money to be considered only if time gap is more than 1 year.Proximity of the financing component identified with the prevailing interest rates in marketExpected time gap between transfer of goods/services and paymentExistence of difference between defined consideration and cash selling priceEvaluation of Existence
To be disclosed separately from other interest incomes/expensesInterest component to be calculated using the discounting techniqueFactors affecting discount rateCredit characteristics of person receiving finance. E.g. Credit ratingsThe fact that the financing transaction is secured or unsecured.Interest Income when customer pays at a later dateTo be fixed at contract inception itself
Discount rate Factors:rate that would be reflected in a separate financing transaction between the entity and its customer at contract inceptionNo change once rate is recognised
Non - Cash Consideration
A customer may pay or promise to pay the entity, in exchange of its goods or services, consideration in a form other than cash. Such consideration should be measured at fair value of the asset being transferred or promised to being transferred by the customer.
However, there may be a situation where such fair value is not available, the entity should measure such consideration at the stand alone selling price of the goods or services of the entity transferred to the customer.
Supply of inputs by customerA customer may supply raw materials, labor, etc. to the entity for being used in the process of manufacture of goods or rendering of services. In such a case, the inputs shall be valued as above.
Allocate the transaction price to the separate performance obligations.Step 4
As per Para 31 of Ind AS 115, an entity shall recognize revenue when (or as) the entity satisfies a performance obligation by transferring a promised asset to a customer. Further, an asset is transferred when (or as) the customer obtains control of that asset. The five step model requires determining, at the very inception of the contract, whether the performance obligation will be satisfied over time or in time. Such identification and classification has been covered in detail in the following slides.Recognize revenue when (or as) each performance obligation is satisfied.Step 5
Under Ind AS 115, revenue is recognised when a customer obtains control of a good or service, while under present Indian GAAP, revenue is recognised when there is a transfer of risk and rewards. A customer obtains control when it has the ability to direct the use of and obtain the benefits from the good or service. Transfer of control is neither same as transfer of risks and rewards nor similar to the culmination of an earnings process as understood today.
CA Eish Taneja, in a presentation at the Assocham, rightly described the subtleness of the difference between transfer of control vis-a-vis transfer of risk and reward as, ..can sometimes be subtle and at other times be stark requiring a detailed understanding of the accounting standard and customer contractual arrangements. A change of mindset about revenue recognition might be needed to migrate from an evaluation of Risk and rewards under existing guidance to an evaluation of transfer of control under the new standardRecognize revenue when (or as) each performance obligation is satisfied.Step 5
Indicators of customer obtaining control of an assetThe major underlying principle over transfer of control is that the customer should obtain the ability to direct the use of and take substantially all the benefits from the asset. It may further be appropriate to explain here that goods and services are assets, even if momentarily, when they are received and used. The below mentioned list of indicators are the key ones which an entity shall evaluate while evaluating the transfer of control. An entity may also consider other relevant factors.
IndicatorsCircumstances when it shall deemed to be transferTransfer of significant risk and rewards of ownershipWhen another separate performance obligation, which is in addition to the performance obligation to transfer the asset still remains to be complete.Customer has accepted the asset which ordinarily should be non repudiable (implied or explicit, as the situation may require)No such exceptionLegal title to assetWhen the entity retains the legal title solely to seek protection of payment.Transfer of physical possession of the assetIn arrangements, such as a bill and hold arrangement, where physical possession of the asset is not transferred but goods are kept in the custody of the entity. Present right to payment for assetNo such exception
Transfer of Control Over Time and at a Point In TimeOver Time Point in TimeYesYesYesNo
Assessing whether entitys performance creates an asset with an alternative useYesNoAsset with alternative use is not createdAsset with alternative use is createdand/or
Recognizing revenue from performance obligations satisfied Over Time
The Application Guidance, which forms an integral part of the standard, prescribes two methods for measuring the progress towards complete satisfaction of a performance obligation satisfied over time, namely,Output method andInput methodThe methods may be selected depending upon the nature of goods or service sold by the entity.
Considering the subjectivity of the methods, these have not been discussed here and may be referred to, from the Ind AS 115 directly.
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Prepared by: Nitish Aggarwal
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