Imagine the following situation: the entity has started a project to build an office building to use it as its local headquarter. The entity did not have enough financing, so entered into a loan agreement with the aim of financing the construction. Shall the entity capitalise borrowing costs? After answering this question (whether the asset is a qualifying asset), other questions shall be elaborated, such as what is meant by borrowing costs, when to start capitalisation and what the period of capitalisation is.
This course provides answers to these question using practical examples and interim tests to enhance understanding. You will learn that according to IAS 23 standard borrowing costs that are directly attributable to the aquisition, construction or production of a qualifying asset form part of the assets if certain criteria are met.
This e-learning course is part of an e-learning series designed by PwC Academy Hungary which aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the application of IFRS (IAS) standards to finance and accounting experts who are already familiar with fundamental (local) accounting and reporting processes.