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Chapter 19 Accounting for Post-Retirement Benefits

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Chapter 19 Accounting for Post-Retirement Benefits ACCT 4310

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These notes cover the material taught on 10-3 after Exam 1.
Intermediate Accounting III
Dr. Sangshin Pae
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Intermediate Accounting, Pension, Benefits
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Date Created: 10/04/16
Inter Acct III 10-3-16 Defined Contribution Plan Employer’s contribution is matched to the employee’s contribution. Journal Entry Pension Expense xxx Cash xxx Defined Benefit Plan The benefit is defined by a formula. This plan is much less common than Contribution plans because a firm cannot easily and accurately estimate their retirement liabilities. Journal Entry – Attributing to the Pension (Accruing Pension Expense) Pension Expense xxx L=PBO xxx Journal Entry – Contributing to the Pension Plan Asset xxx Cash xxx Journal Entry – Return on the Asset Plan Asset xxx Pension Expense xxx Journal Entry – Employee Retires L=PBO xxx Plan Asset xxx How to Calculate Pension Expense + Service Cost + Interest Cost -Expected Return on Plan Asset + Amortization of Prior Service Cost ± Amortization of Net Gain or Loss (One or the other, not both.) How to Calculate PBO Beginning PBO + Service Cost + Interest Cost + Prior Service Cost + Loss -Gain -Benefits = Ending Balance How to Calculate Plan Asset Beginning Plan Asset + Actual Return + Contribution -Benefits = Ending Balance Do exercises 1,2, and 3. 2


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