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One of the conditions that must be satisfied in order to recognize revenue in
a transaction involving the rendering of services is that the stage of
completion of the transaction at the end of the reporting period can be
measured reliably. Which TWO of the following methods for determining the
stage of completion of a contract involving the rendering of services are
specifically referred to in IAS18 Revenue, as being acceptable?
A Costs incurred to date as a percentage of the estimated total costs of the
B Advances received to date as a percentage of the total amount receivable
C Surveys of work performed
D Revenue to date divided by total contract revenue
Question 1 - A & C
IAS18 para 24 permits surveys of work performed and costs incurred to date
as methods of apportioning revenue on service contracts.

2. How should trade discounts be dealt with when valuing inventories at the
lower of cost and net realizable value (NRV) according to IAS2 Inventories?
(select one answer)
A Added to cost
B Ignored
C Deducted in arriving at NRV
D Deducted from cost
Question 7 - D
Trade discounts should be deducted from cost. See IAS2 para 11.

3. The Polyphony Company had 100,000 equity shares in issue on 1 January
20X7. On 1 July 20X7 it issued 20,000 new shares by way of a 1 for 5 bonus.
On 1 October 20X7 it issued 28,000 new shares for cash at full market price.
When calculating basic earnings per share, how many shares should be
divided into the profit after tax, according to IAS33 Earnings per share?
A 100,000
B 117,000
C 148,000
D 127,000
Question 9 - D
The number of shares to be used is the weighted average in issue through
the period. Bonus shares provide no additional consideration to the issuer, so
they are related back to the beginning of the earliest period presented.
Shares issued for cash provide additional consideration, so they are time apportioned
from the date the cash was receivable. See IAS33 paras 19 and
The weighted average is 100,000 + 20,000 + (28,000 × 3/12) = 127,000.

4. On 1 July 20X7 The Otakamiro Company handed over to a client a new
computer system. The contract price for the supply of the system and
aftersales support for 12 months was PHP800,000. Otakamiro estimates the
cost of the after-sales support at PHP120,000 and it normally marks up such
costs by 50% when tendering for support contracts. Under IAS18 Revenue,

The Tanager Company purchased a boring machine on 1 January 20X1 for PHP81. The project was completed on 30 November 20X7. The support component is PHP180.875.000 units 20X3 5.000 units What should be the depreciation expense for the year ended 31 December 20X2.000.000 D Nil Question 10 . During its useful life.000 B PHP800. plant and equipment? A PHP27. In this example the answer is calculated as (the original cost less the residual value) divided by total units produced in 3 years multiplied by total units produced in 20X2. Not all the cash borrowed was used immediately.000 C PHP710. Construction commenced on 1 January 20X7 and cost PHP6 million.000 was generated by temporarily investing some of the borrowed funds prior to use.000 units 20X2 7.000. The useful life of the machine is estimated at 3 years with a residual value at the end of this period of PHP6. which indicates that assets are consumed principally through their use. the expected units of production from the machine are: 20X1 12. See IAS16 para 56.625 D PHP25. so interest income of PHP80.the revenue Otakamiro should recognize in its financial year ended 31 December 20X7 is A PHP620.000 B PHP21.000 plus 50%).000 Question 17 .000 (PHP800.B The correct answer is PHP21. along with the PHP620. 6.875 C PHP23.C Under IAS18 Appendix A para 11 a selling price which includes an amount for after-sales support should be split into two components: the support component (being the cost of such support plus a reasonable profit margin) and the sale of goods component (measured as the balance).000 – PHP180.000 .000) should be recognized in the year ended 31 December 20X7. On 1 January 20X7 The Hamerkop Company borrowed PHP6 million at an annual interest rate of 10% to finance the costs of building an electricity generating plant.000 (PHP120.000) sale of goods component. The support component should be recognized as revenue over the service period. What is the carrying amount of the plant at 30 November 20X7? A PHP6. of which half (PHP90.000. using the most appropriate depreciation method permitted by IAS16 Property. 5.

000 net disposal proceeds less the PHP203.C A land and buildings lease should be separated into its two components: the land component which will usually be classified as an operating lease.000 loss D PHP70.5 million of which PHP6.000 are payable in advance on 1 January. and the buildings component which in this case extends to the end of the building's estimated useful life and should be classified as a finance lease. with effect from 1 January 20X7.A The correct answer is the PHP290.5 million) of the rental is attributable to the land. One year later. The asset's carrying amount in this example is the PHP6 million construction cost plus the interest charged on the loan for the 11 months of construction (PHP6 million x 10% x 11/12 = PHP550. 8.000 Question 5 . At that date the fair value of the leasehold interest was PHP7. 9. The asset has been designated as one at fair value through profit and loss. How much should Minor recognized as an operating lease expense in the year ended 31 December 20X7. 20% ((PHP7. Bentham uses the cost model to account for investment properties.000. The Rattigan Company purchases PHP20.520.000 less 3/40ths thereof) carrying amount.000 interest earned prior to using the loan to finance construction.000. so PHP160. The Minor Company leased a freehold building for 20 years. In . See IAS17 paras 14-16.000 C PHP160. What is the gain or loss to be recognized in profit or loss for the year ended 31 December 20X8 regarding the disposal of the property. less the PHP80. 7. The Bentham Company purchased an investment property on 1 January 20X5 for a cost of PHP220.000.550.0 million was attributable to the building.000 of bonds.000 D PHP800.000 gain Question 6 .000.000 gain C PHP10.B PHP6.000 D PHP6.500 (PHP220.5 million – PHP6.500 gain B PHP81. Annual rentals of PHP800.470.0 million) as a % of PHP7. On 1 January 20X8 the property was sold for net proceeds of PHP290.B See IAS23 para 12. according to IAS40 Investment property? A PHP86. The annual rental is split between the two leases in proportion to the relative fair values of the two leasehold interests. The property had a useful life of 40 years and at 31 December 20X7 had a fair value of PHP300.000.000. See IAS40 para 69.000 Question 6 .000.000 C PHP6. according to IAS17 Leases? A Nil B PHP640. Total cumulative gains previously recognized in Rattigan's financial statements in respect of the asset are PHP1. 10% of the bonds are sold for PHP4. the useful life of the building.

900 (PHP4.000 – (10% × (PHP20.A PHP1.000 Question 27 . .000 + PHP1.900 B PHP900 C PHP2. IAS39 para 27 states that on derecognition of part of a financial instrument: (a) there shall be an allocation of the carrying amount between the part derecognized and the part retained (b) the difference between the consideration received and the carrying amount allocated to the part derecognized shall be recognized in profit or loss. See IAS39 para 46 and AG67. The previous gains had already been recognized in profit or loss and so are not included in the calculation.000))) is the correct answer. what is the amount of the gain on disposal to be recognized in profit or loss? A PHP1.accordance with IAS39 Financial instruments: recognition and measurement.000 D PHP1.