Although not explicitly specified, the effect of multiplying the interest rate used in the calculation of the present value and amount of the rental liability and its deduction from the total cost of the lease is to apply a constant rate to the equivalent of the right of use; At the end of the rental period, the right of use would then be fully amortized. The 5th test has been added in ASC 842. In general, however, we find that if a lease triggers the 5th test, it has probably triggered one of the other “Weak Form” tests. This is explained, for example, by the fact that a wise lessor would take into account the future use of the asset when setting rents and would therefore generally trigger the 4th test. Since the rent is made at the beginning of each month, the current value of the monthly rents is calculated accordingly. #1,033,238, or 94% (1,033,238 / 1,100,000) of the current value of the asset, which is greater than 90%. In the event of weakness of finance leases (those that meet only the third or 4th criterion), the assets would be amortized over the shorter life or the duration of the lease. It`s a subtle difference, but it obviously has a profound impact on accounts. The lessee first identifies its leases as described above and then determines whether the leases should be classified as an operation or financing based on five leasing classification criteria.
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