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Revenue Sharing Agreement Accounting

While all companies will need to re-evaluate and eventually update accounting systems and controls, narrow-focused entities may not see a major impact, while companies that are heavily overwhelmed may face the greatest challenges. In addition, the new guide prohibits a company from presenting a transaction with a collaborative participant as a 606-style revenue product if such a transaction is not made with a customer. For example, the revenue allocation is also used for employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) budget accounts between 401 (k) suppliers and investment funds. ERISA sets standards and implements rules for trustees – or investment companies – to prevent the plan`s assets from being misused. Standards may include worker participation and funding for retirement plans. We have a participation agreement with a seller, in which we buy the product from them, and then we sell it. You are entitled to 50% of the turnover, which will then be reduced by the cost of the product we bought. Ex: We sell 40k widgets for which we paid 5k. We owe them 40k x 50% less than 5k, or 15k. How is this going to be recorded? My thought is, it should be the bill they send us would be COGS for 15k, is that true or would it be a reduction in turnover? In addition, we have sales commissions for these products, for which it seems that rep commissions should be reduced. Sounds good? I`ve been looking for articles and all that, and there`s nothing I can do.

A real estate company that rents units to different tenants charges its own rate to distribution companies and pays separately (at the rate set by the distribution company) when it is billed by the distribution company. You could say it is a primary relationship — it sets its own interest rate, it bears credit risks. It can also be an agent relationship – the main provider of the public service is the utility company. For example, the electricity bill is 50 USD, the real estate company charges 65 USD. How do you recognize turnover and expenses? If it is a primary relationship, is the $50 cost a cost of supply? but it is clearly not fair representation, because it inflates the incidental costs of the real estate company. Or is it the cost of the goods sold? For companies involved in collaborative agreements, the impact of the new guidelines can vary considerably, largely depending on the narrowness of their existing accounting methods and guidelines. In my view, and under the terms of the contract, Company B is a representative of Company A. Should the comfort/agreement of convenience/agreement with the tax administration of Company B terminate the requirement of IFRS 15 relating to the main relationship and the agent relationship by declaring the total book value as gross turnover instead of its commission as a turnover? Excellent work simplifies a complicated subject. I am currently facing a problem in a similar indirect channel model. The question is, under the contract, can the agent impose price controls on the main party to protect its competitive advantage, or deny the purpose of the agreement? I would appreciate it if you could recommend a possible solution.