Pre-requisite to this post: Review of International Accounting Standard (IAS) 19- Employee Benefits  In order to illustrate the IAS Disclosures that will be prepared for the given simple example let us first assume the following: Emily is the only employee covered by the plan
In the previous post we looked at the IAS 19 Disclosure relating to the reconciliation of present value of defined benefit obligations and fair value of assets to the assets (liabilities) recognized in the balance sheet. In this post we illustrate the disclosure related to
IAS 19 Disclosures Example: Reconciliation to Assets and Liabilities recognized on the balance sheet
A look at the disclosure showing the reconciliation of the actuarial liability and fair value of assets to the assets and liabilities that are recognized in the balance sheet.
IAS 19 Disclosures Example: Reconciliation of Present Value of Defined Benefit Obligation and Fair Value of Assets
A look at some of the disclosures made under the IAS 19 requirement.
Concept Title: Present Value in Action Let’s work with the example above running the numbers using our new formulas and an interest rate or discount rate of 10% a year. We make one additional assumption that all payments, investments as well as returns are made
Time value of money. Interest Rate /Discount Rate / Internal Rate of Return. It’s time to talk about interest rates, discount rates and time value of money. Three inter related core concepts in Finance that lead to a number of interesting applications. Compounding Let’s go