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The said Notification contains an amendment i.e. a new Paragraph to be inserted in the AS earlier prescribed as aforementioned. Guidance under AS11 para • For accounting periods commencing on or after 7 December and ending on or before 31 March. , foreign exchange. what is para 46A in AS 11 Which companies apply this para Explain me all about para46A - Para 46 of as
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Accounting Standard 11 deals with accounting for and reporting of transactions denominated in foreign currency. Since then, in the later five years and until Marchcompanies para 46 of as 11 required to record and report the amount of foreign currency denominated receivables or loans using the exchange rate of the rupee against the foreign currency on the recording or reporting date, as applicable.
The turmoil in global financial markets saw new lows for the INR. Pressure mounted on government from the corporates who were to book heavy losses on account of rupee depreciation.
The government on the last day of financial year came out with a notification —with the following relaxation A. These treatments para 46 of as 11 initially allowed up to 31st March and later up to 31st March vide MCA notification dated 11th May This is an objective that entities want to achieve, in some cases, by twisting the rules.
Para 46 of as 11 other cases, the same is quite logical, as in the case of capitalisation of interest costs for a qualifying asset. By virtue of this, exchange differences arising on account of depreciable assets need not be charged to the statement of profit or loss and thus hurt profitsand may be added to or deducted from the cost of the asset.
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This addition shall be depreciated along with the asset over the life of the depreciable asset. We are talking only about depreciable assets here although the notification applies to other long term foreign currency monetary items as well.
But we shall restrict ourselves to the case of depreciable assets. Borrowing Costs may include: Paragraph 6 of AS 11 states: This statement does not deal with the exchange differences arising from foreign currency borrowings to the extent that they are regarded as an adjustment to interest costs see paragraph 4 e of AS 16, Para 46 of as 11 Costs.
Now, the overlap between AS 11 and AS 16 occurs when a foreign currency borrowing is taken for the purposes of a qualifying asset, and the foreign currency interest payments are eligible for capitalisation.
This is so because if there are exchange rate fluctuations, there will be a change in the principal liability and the entity has an option to add it to the cost of the asset as per paragraph 46 of AS At the same time paragraph 4 e of AS 16 provides that the increase in the loan liability on account of exchange rate changes can be treated as borrowing costs and be capitalised, but the cap for such capitalisation is up to the difference between the interest on local currency borrowings and the interest on foreign currency borrowings clarified by ICAI.
Ordinarily, an entity would take out a loan in its home country and would capitalise the interest cost if they are so eligible in terms of the provisions of AS But, it sometimes will go for a foreign currency borrowing if the effective interest costs are lower.