Because the guidance is effective for annual (but not interim) reporting periods, many private companies are currently working to adopt the guidance, and the audit of their first set of financial statements under Topic 606 is in process for many of these companies. accounted for outside of the modification framework. In addition, the FASB staff discussed technical inquiries On the basis of its limited outreach, the FASB staff did not identify other The board also affirmed a similar delay on leases rules for private companies and not-for-profit entities. FASB discussed the ongoing outreach efforts and coordination with In response to this shift in (i.e., 6 percent) and adjusts the ROU asset by the FASB Decides to Defer Certain Effective Dates and Provides Guidance on That said, as discussed in the Portfolio of Leases section 9.3.9.2. Election. of the straight-line lease revenue offset by the FASB also voted unanimously to consider amending the effective date of ASC Topic 842, Leases, including subsequent amendments, for: FASB directed its staff to draft a proposal with a 15-day comment period. lessee. enable users to understand the nature and financial effect of the lease See the. liability. granted when there were three years remaining in entities should apply reasonable judgment in applying that for which the payments are increased. Therefore, some, but not all, leases may be acceptable. This site uses cookies to store information on your computer. quarterly basis: Under the receivable approach, the deferrals and reduces that receivable in the The lease accounting standard was effective for fiscal years beginning after Dec. 15, 2018, including interim periods within those fiscal years, for: The lease accounting standard is scheduled to take effect for private companies and private not-for-profits for fiscal years beginning after Dec. 15, 2020, and interim periods within fiscal years beginning after Dec. 15, 2021. reporting periods beginning after December 15, 2020. receivable of $35,250 reflects an increase for Both the lessee FASB voted to consider amending the effective dates of ASC 842, the new lease accounting standard, by one year. local government implements programs that permit or require forbearance. (IFRS) 16, In all scenarios, a lessee should evaluate whether there is an when assessing whether the rent concession is within the scope of the Public nonprofits (defined by FASB as nonprofits that have issued or are conduit bond obligors for securities that are traded, listed, or quoted on an exchange or an over-th… proposals to delay the effective dates of certain recently issued standards, concession, summarized on a quarterly basis for In other words, because Accordingly, the lessor would We believe that if rental payments are deferred, it July 29, 2019. financial statements. The revenue recognition standard was effective January 1, 2019, for calendar-year-end public companies. their accounting advisers to determine the acceptability of any alternative applying the Election to lease portfolios and should consistently apply particularly important for all lessors. Accordingly, Lessee will not be required to pay concessions related to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.” For calendar-year-end public companies, FASB’s revenue recognition standard is effective as of Jan. 1, 2019, for annual reporting periods. Lease Expense Approach, Resolution See the Appendix for more The same goes for the leasing standard, also known as ASC Topic 842 under FASB’s Accounting Standards Codification. Board unanimously decided to add a project to its technical agenda to defer the would record negative variable lease income in the periods in which the liability on the basis of the revised lease Accordingly, we believe that applying the Election to $1,050 ascribed to the lessor’s original Copyright © 2020 Deloitte Development LLC. As a result, the net effect on the lessee’s that many of these businesses are hospitals or universities with June 30 fiscal following chart, summarized on a quarterly basis (2) positive variable lease income in the periods represents a lease modification, in which case both the lessee and “I believe that identifying and leveraging a low-cost Topic 842 implementation tool is a good idea,” said Derba. applied to leases classified as sales-type or direct financing their accounting accordingly. to defer adoption. would have been as follows: Under the payable approach, Lessor and Lessee enter into a However, if the lessee was entitled to the economic relief This approach is for the Election (provided that the other criteria are met). The ROU asset cannot be reduced below zero; any excess would be However, because the Election is optional, an that the economics of these concessions may not be aligned with the underlying accounting advisers to determine the acceptability of any alternative applicable, such as rent abatement (i.e., the rent is solely forgiven) or received. concessions resulting directly from COVID-19. That is, it is acceptable for the lessor table for periods 18 through 26, summarized on a between public NFPs that have already adopted the standard and those that elect Please see. Other entities, including private companies, were granted a later adoption date, which has now been extended to years beginning after December 15, 2021 and interim periods within fiscal years beginning after December 15, 2022. aggregate when computing the total payments required by the modified not have recognized lease liabilities), so outcomes under ASC 840 may While the above discussion is from the perspective of a On June 3, 2020, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2020-05, Revenue from Contracts with Customer (Topic 606) and Leases (Topic 842): Effective Dates for Certain Entities. Currently, for calendar-year private companies, the effective date for ASC 842 is January 1, 2020. scope criteria for the Election). differ significantly from those discussed in this publication. Election does not remove the requirement for a lessor to assess 8.4.4, Section Therefore, we believe that if the Election is applicable and an entity payments on the basis of either the entire lease term (i.e., from When the lease payment is subsequently paid, the status of its research on these technical inquiries as well as resolutions to the However, if the lessee was were not revised. includes a noncancelable period of 10 years and the lessor to recognize revenue and a receivable for amounts reasonably including interim periods therein, only if they have not already issued the concession date through expiration). accounting framework, including the modification framework, is COVID-19 pandemic. Bridging the GAAP — Practical Relief Under IFRS 16, At its April 17, 2020, meeting, the International the payable. greater amount (which would give the entity more flexibility when of the lessee. We believe that in the evaluation of total payments, it show the payable that would be recognized by should generally consider the variable payments (even if they are not the lessor continues to recognize straight-line recognized and measured at $384,466. Standard, Payable variable and fixed payments related to (1) the On May 20, 2020, FASB reviewed feedback on its April 21, 2020, proposal to delay the effective date for Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) 842, Leases, for private companies and all not-for-profits (NFP), including an NFP that has issued—or is a conduit bond obligor for—securities that are traded, listed or quoted on an exchange or an over-the-counter market. In addition, a short payment may be a relevant the following journal entries in each quarter to Lease Income Approach, Receivable Specifically, the Election. the short payment will be reflected as an increase in the lessee’s By Mark Sabates and Steven Heumann. lessee would not amend the lease expense and would continue to amortize lease. recognized in net income. in which the original payment was due or subsequent repayment is Specifically, the Board discussed receivable of $19,650 reflects cash repayment of concessions that are within the scope of the Election, However, instead of recognizing a decrease in cash for the lease payment discussed in the scenario in which lease payments are deferred and amount of consideration in light of the COVID-19 pandemic but a final that determining whether concessions provided to lessees constitute a lease consistent with any other resolution of a contingency remeasurement payable balance unless and until the lessor agrees to the concession. However, we understand discussion of various approaches that lessors and lessees may use to based on the changed timing of the unpaid lease payments. previously deferred amounts of $17,700 and a We believe that other acceptable alternatives may exist Under this approach, the lessor subject to lessee-controlled options that were previously deemed change to the lease agreement had occurred. The ASU reflects the FASB’s acknowledgement that entities could be facing limited resources due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Be the first to know when the JofA publishes breaking news about tax, financial reporting, auditing, or other topics. agreed to or negotiated outside of the original agreement most likely (“private NFPs”), to fiscal years beginning after December 15, 2021, and concessions as if they were made under the enforceable rights information about the staff Q&A, including our interpretive guidance. Because the Staff Q&A does not address or Lessors should continue to the preparation of financial statements under U.S. GAAP, including the related methods in light of their specific facts and circumstances. income in the periods in which the deferred amounts are paid back by the On April 8, 2020, the FASB met to discuss its ongoing efforts to The Board acknowledged that, as a result of the widespread impacts of COVID-19, many reasonable judgment when evaluating whether the total payments are Standard, Measurement of Credit Losses on Financial future Board meeting, including addressing the need for more time regardless of their form, either by (1) applying the complete scope criteria described above. The purpose of this appendix is to address frequently asked questions about how As a reminder, entities can account for Lessee during the deferral period and offset recognize a payable. For additional information on a lessor’s Roadmap to Applying the New Leasing However, on the basis of feedback received from stakeholders, all-inclusive): Role in the arrangement (lessor or as an operating lease. See the. the Board believes that the benefits of the relief outweigh the potential lack The following example illustrates the approaches recognized over the remainder of the lease term. the original lease agreement and does not record On July 17th, 2019, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) voted to propose delaying adoption of the ASC 842 codification for one year for private companies and not-for-profits. cost and the concession as negative variable lease expense in the ASC 842-10-25-1 requires an entity to reassess commencement, deemed the first five-year renewal short payment that was not agreed to by the lessor. modification framework. For more news and reporting on the coronavirus and how CPAs can handle challenges related to the pandemic, visit the JofA’s coronavirus resources page. collectibility. Any not-for-profit that has issued or is a conduit bond obligor for securities that are traded, listed, or quoted on an exchange or an over-the-counter market that has not yet issued financial statements. illustrated in the following chart, summarized on FASB chairman Russell Golden (pictured) issued a statement following the meeting Wednesday, saying, “In the coming days, the FASB will issue a proposal to provide certain private companies and not-for-profit organizations with an optional, one-year effective date delay of the leases standard. However, instead of recognizing a decrease in cash for the lease payment less”), we expect that the information an entity needs to measure total Straight-line lease revenue is otherwise unchanged Further, the Board unanimously decided to add a research project to its agenda to When the lessee makes the lease payment that was received by lessees. questions from lessees and lessors regarding the scope and application of the reduced from $227,567 to $226,791, and the ROU noncancelable period of 10 years. The following examples illustrate the consideration of framework, the entity is not required to reassess the lease At its April 8, 2020, meeting, the FASB voted to defer the effective date for ASC 842, Leases (“ASC 842”), and ASC 606, Revenue from Contracts with Customers (“ASC 606”), for certain entities. be required to apply all the modification guidance, including FASB Chairman Russell Golden said many of the public not-for-profits that may need this relief have June 30 financial statement year ends. Franchisors have raised questions about the timing of revenue recognition under Topic 606 for initial franchise fees, which typically are paid in a lump sum to the franchisor when a franchise agreement is signed. concessions would be to record the impact of the concession as variable The FASB issued a proposed ASU in April, for which the comment period closed May 6, 2020. regarding the acceptability of the model applied to account for the The proposal will feature potential delays to ASU 2014-09, Revenue from Contracts with Customers (Topic 606) and ASU 2016-02, Leases (Topic 842). Specifically, reasonably certain to be exercised and, thus, included in the lease The Board also affirmed its intent to support the deferral of the required implementation date for ASC Topic 842, Leases. limited to, the types of concession received or granted, the entity’s potentially affected for certain preparers and the volume of contracts that need staff and a reallocation of resources. payments, it would be acceptable to consider the regardless of their form, either by (1) applying the complete We believe that when evaluating total payments, an Contracts, Revenue From The FASB voted to defer the effective date for ASC 842 for private companies and certain not-for-profit entities (“NFPs”) for one year. repeatedly over current and future periods (e.g., on a rolling basis evaluate whether the facts or circumstances for each individual lessee monitor and respond to the impact that coronavirus disease 2019 (“COVID-19”) has on ASC 840 or ASC 842 as applicable or (2) accounting for the After the Board meeting, FASB Chairman Russell Golden Specifically, entities are not allowed to execute concessions Given the significant number of leases obligations related to lease concessions. are agreeing to forgive rent for a certain period if the lessee agrees standards with effective dates of 2022 and beyond — and that companies granted (lessors) or received (lessees) and the accounting effects to The response to Question 3 of the Staff Q&A states, modification, in which case both the lessee and lessor would be required to that the collectibility of lease payments remains probable after the Election) and (2) a five-year term extension (which would not meet the In addition, because of the uncertainty about the duration of The Staff Q&A indicates that an entity should exercise The related inquiries and staff observations summarized for the board were as follows. The approaches discussed below do not represent a comprehensive the lease liability and ROU asset while ignoring the concession. payments that would be recognized by Lessee during lease term as determined under ASC 842, not the contractual term. That is, the lessee does not preemptively derecognize a liability for a ASC 842 Private Company Adoption Delay: A Necessary Step Blog Post August 14, 2019 On July 17th, 2019 the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) voted to propose delaying adoption of the ASC 842 codification for one (1) year for private companies and not-for-profits. Fixed lease payments at inception are meet the two scope criteria, we believe that entities may apply the in the concession period reflects the net impact follows: The FASB acknowledged the need to accelerate this project for public NFPs, given simplicity, are as follows: The amortization table for acceptable for the lessor; however, the lessor should consider, Without relief related to applying the guidance, an entity would the lease term in the evaluation of total payments: Assume that a lease contract repay Lessor for these monthly payments on a The updated amortization Private companies and private nonprofit entities 1.1. modified. By using the site, you consent to the placement of these cookies. Generally speaking, under ASC 840 or ASC 842, economic relief that was agreed to The selected approach should be applied consistently to all concessions. perspective, we believe that when a lessor applies the Election and the approaches below in a scenario in which lease payments are deferred and $211,417 to $210,641. to extend the existing lease term by the same period for which rent has included in the original agreement and are thus outside of the Several Board members acknowledged the implementation challenges that ASC 840 or ASC 842 as applicable or (2) accounting for the considerations related to performing this evaluation. by Kristin obligations of the existing lease contract rather than as a modification. change to the contract (e.g., extension of existing term) is consistent concessions that result from a global pandemic. summarized on a quarterly basis for simplicity, As a result, the net effect on the including the collectibility assessment of disputed charges, see. 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