Acta Univ. Agric. Silvic. Mendelianae Brun. 2010, 58, 55-66

https://doi.org/10.11118/actaun201058030055
Published online 2014-09-27

Comparison of financial leasing according to the Czech accounting legislation and IAS/IFRS including taximplications

Jana Gláserová, Milena Otavová

Ústav účetnictví a daní, Mendelova univerzita v Brně, Zemědělská 1, 613 00 Brno, Česká republika

There is intensive effort of the harmonisation of accounting in the world. Primary sence of harmonisation is ensured that individual financial statements of all accounting units were comparable. Notwithstanding there are still significant differences in same areas. This contribution is aimed at define of posting and showing financial leasing according to Czech accounting legislation and international accounting standards IAS/IFRS, and determination of significant differences in these legislation.
The leasing is one of the form of purchase of property. So International Accounting Standards require so that a tenant (leasee) notices the subject of leasing in his assests and correlationally with obligation. After that the subject of leasing can be amortized. Argument for this way of billing is the fact, that the tenant (leasee) obtaines economic gain from use of the subject of leasing during its essential economic lifetime. For it the tenant (leasee) has to pay an amount that is about equal to real value and financial costs.
The companies recording leasing according to czech legal form this fact do not record in accounting so value of their assests and obligations is lower than their actual (true) value. This procedure dis­fi­gu­res financial indicators to be important for review of financial situation of company according to International accounting standards
Because financial leasing is the most favourite form of leasing relation, the aim of this article is determination all changes in tax legislation to be related to financial leasing during three last years. And of course outline effect of these changes on the leasing market.

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