Deloitte comment letter on IFRIC D24 'Customer Contributions'

Published on: 25 Apr 2008

We have reservations about the IFRIC’s approach to this issue. The Interpretation does not clearly establish the principles on which it is based and, accordingly, the appropriate application of the proposed Interpretation is not always clear. In the absence of such clear principles, there is a danger that the Interpretation may be applied as a set of arbitrary rules, and may lead to practices which conflict with the principles of IAS 18.

For this reason, as explained in more detail in the letter below, we believe that it is best for the IFRIC not to proceed with the Interpretation but to address this issue for the time being in an Agenda Decision.


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