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Applying IFRS 16 – Understanding the Termination and Extension Options

Posted by Ryan Hendrie on 28/09/18 09:58


Issued by the IASB, IFRS 16, published in 2016, replaces its counter-regulation IAS 17 and will apply for all and any annual accounting periods from January 1st, 2019.

Innervision Launches New Reusable Initiative to Help Turn the Tide on Plastic Waste

Posted by Ryan Hendrie on 24/09/18 16:44

London, United Kingdom, September 24th, 2018Innervision staff and its selected customers are benefitting from the company’s contribution to Recycling Week.

Applying IFRS 16 – What are the Practical Expedients Under the New Standard?

Posted by Ryan Hendrie on 04/09/18 14:19

For annual accounting periods from January 1st, 2019 IFRS 16 replaces IAS 17 and its associated interpretations. This new standard, just like IAS 17 before it deals with the accounting treatment of leases, but it is fair to say in a more prescriptive manner than just setting out guidelines to be interpreted.

Applying IFRS 16 – Areas Of The New Standard Requiring Significant Judgement

Posted by Ryan Hendrie on 23/08/18 11:59


It may be a slight exaggeration but generally, all businesses whether in the private or public sectors use leasing as a means to acquire the use of assets and/or property in their operations. And with this in mind, the IASB and FASB have been attempting to draft, design and develop a standard for recognising the asset and any associated financial liabilities now or in the future. In 2016 the standard in the form of IFRS 16 was issued by IASB and as FAS 13 (update ASC842) by FASB.

Applying IFRS 16 - Separating Lease and Non-Lease Components

Posted by Ryan Hendrie on 21/08/18 11:45


Wouldn’t it be great if all elements or components within a lease agreement related to the lease and would, therefore, fall under IFRS 16? However, contracts often combine different obligations from suppliers which result in different lease components and separate non-lease components.

Leasing Basics – The Different Types of Lease Agreements

Posted by Ryan Hendrie on 16/08/18 11:42


Whether you are an individual or a business and whether your acquisition is for personal or business use there are various ways of financing that asset. Which you choose will depend on a combination of experience, preference, requirement, estimated usage, availability and financial options and restrictions.

Technology In Business: Increasing Efficiency & Driving Growth

Posted by Ryan Hendrie on 19/07/18 10:24

With the rapid pace at which technology evolves, keeping an eye on the latest developments can feel like a full-time job. The cloud, big data, the Internet of Things - it seems that just as you’ve got your head around the latest tech trend, there’s a whole host of new ones to get to grips with.

Applying IFRS 16 – Identifying Your Business Leases

Posted by Ryan Hendrie on 12/07/18 10:44


Transition and Compliance:

Back in the day the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) together with the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) resolved to redefine the treatment of leases, their assets and their associated liabilities with regard to financial accounting and reporting.

Is Your Business in Control of its Lease Management? 5 Answers to See Where You Stand

Posted by Ryan Hendrie on 10/07/18 09:57

An increasing number of organisations are choosing to lease their business assets rather than buying them outright. There are a number of advantages to this, such as less cash being needed for the initial investment, it being easier to ensure equipment is up to date, as well as certain tax benefits, depending on the tax jurisdiction.

Innervision Join The City Of London Clean City Awards Scheme

Posted by Ryan Hendrie on 03/07/18 10:37

London, United Kingdom, July 3rd, 2018 - Furthering its dedication and commitment towards improving the organisations ethical business practices, today Innervision Management Ltd (Innervision) is proud to announce that it has joined the Clean City Awards Scheme (CCAS).