Chapter 11 - Solution Manual

Consistent with the provisions of subtopic 958 10

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from continuing operations. Consistent with the provisions of Subtopic 958-10, NFPs may present such gains and losses either within or outside other intermediate measures of operations unless such gains or losses are part of discontinued operations. This includes intermediate measures of operations presented by NFPs other than health care entities and any additional intermediate measures of operations presented within the performance indicator by not-for-profit health care entities. d. The disclosure requirements in paragraph 825-10-50-30 shall apply not only with respect to the effect on performance indicators or other intermediate measures of operations, if presented, but also with respect to the effect on the change in each of the net asset classes (unrestricted, temporarily restricted, and permanently restricted), as applicable. FASB ASC 11-5 The Use Of Zero Coupon Bonds In A Troubled Debt Restructuring Search troubled debt and zero coupon 310-40-55 Use of Zero Coupon Bonds in a Troubled Debt Restructuring 55-6 This implementation guidance addresses the following circumstance: In connection with a troubled debt restructuring, a debtor, with the creditor's approval, sells the collateral, which has a fair value less than the creditor's net investment in the related loan, and invests the proceeds in a series of zero coupon bonds that are received and held by the creditor as collateral for the newly restructured loan. The bonds will mature at a value equal to each year's debt service requirement under the newly restructured terms. Specifically, the issue is whether the sale of collateral, the purchase of the zero coupon bonds, and their receipt by the creditor as collateral require the creditor to recognize a loss equal to the amount by which the net investment in the loan exceeds the fair value of the zero coupon bonds. 55-7 The excess of the recorded investment in the receivable satisfied over the fair value less cost to sell (as that term is used in paragraph 360-10-35-43) of assets received is a loss to be recognized. 55-8 Such losses, to the extent they are not offset against allowances for uncollectible accounts or other valuation accounts, shall be included in measuring net income for the period.
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250 55-9 However, if the creditor has the right to sell or pledge the collateral: Paragraph 860-30-45-1 requires that the debtor reclassify the collateral and report it in its statement of financial position separately from other assets not so encumbered. Paragraphs 860-30-50-1 through 50-2 requires the creditor to disclose the fair value of that collateral and of the portion that it has sold or repledged. FASB ASC 11-6 Accounting for Loss Contingencies by Regulated Entities Search regulated operations and loss contingencies 980-450-25 25-1 Paragraph 450-20-25-2 specifies criteria for recording estimated losses from loss contingencies.
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