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Codification Topic 310: Receivables


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   Codification Topic 310
   Receivables
 

Impairment of a Loan
   
   SFAS No. 114, May 1993
   "Accounting by Creditors for Impairment of a Loan"
  
   [asc 310-10-35-16, SFAS 114-pr 8]
   A loan is impaired
   --> when (a) is probable
   (a) all amounts due from a loan will not be collected

   [asc 310-10-35-17, SFAS 114-pr 8]
   To determine whether a loan is impaired
   --> apply (b)
   (b) a creditor's normal loan review procedures

   [asc 310-10-35-22, SFAS 114-pr 13]
   Impairment loss
   = carrying amount of a loan - one of the following
   (c) present value of expected future cash flows from a loan
   (d) observable market price of a loan
   (e) fair value of the collateral: collateral-dependent loan

SEC Staff Accounting Bulletin Topic 6L
   "Accounting for loan losses by registrants engaged in lending activities"

   SEC SAB Topic 6L
   --> provides guidance on the impairment of a loan
   --> for SEC registrants

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
 
   IAS 36: Impairment of assets
   IAS 39: Financial instruments: recognition and measurement



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   Codification Topic 310
   Receivables
 
Subtopics of Codification Topic 310
 
   310-10 Overall
   310-20 Nonrefundable fees and other costs
   310-30 Loans and debt securities acquired with deteriorated credit quality
   310-40 Troubled debt restructurings by creditors  
 
Accounting Terms of Codification Topic 310-10
 
   Acquisition, development, and construction arrangements
   Collateral-dependent loan
   Current assets
   Effective interest rate
   Expected residual profit
   Fair value
   Loan
   Loan syndication
   Probable
   Recorded investment
   Recourse
   Standby letter of credit
 
Accounting Terms of Codification Topic 310-20
 
   Blended-rate loans
   Commitment fees
   Control
   Credit card fees
   Debt security
   Direct loan origination costs
   Idle time
   Incremental direct costs
   Lending activities
   Loan origination fees
   Loan participation
   Net investment in an original loan
 
Accounting Terms of Codification Topic 310-30
 
   Accretable yield
   Amortized cost
   Cash flows expected at acquisition
   Common risk characteristics
   Completion of a transfer
   Contractually required payments receivable
   Debt security
   Initial investment
   Nonaccretable difference
   Revolving privileges
 
Accounting Terms of Codification Topic 310-40
 
   Carrying amount
   Debt
   Recorded investment in the receivable
   Time of restructuring
   Troubled debt restructuring
 

 

   Other Topics at the Codification 300 
Accounting Standards Codification, ASC, Overview
 
ASC Codification Topic 305: Cash and Cash Equivalents
 
ASC Codification Topic 310: Receivables
 
ASC Codification Topic 320: Investments-Debt and Equity Securities
ASC Codification Topic 323: Investments-Equity Method and Joint Ventures
ASC Codification Topic 325: Investments-Other
 
ASC Codification Topic 330: Inventory
 
ASC Codification Topic 340: Other Assets and Deferred Costs
 
ASC Codification Topic 350: Intangibles-Goodwill and Other
 
ASC Codification Topic 360: Property, Plant, and Equipment


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ASC Codification 300: Assets
ASC Codification 400: Liabilities
ASC Codification 500: Equity
ASC Codification 600: Revenue
ASC Codification 700: Expenses
ASC Codification 800: Broad Transactions
ASC Codification 900: Industry

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