US GAAP Disclosure List 2017

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Revenue from Contract with Customer


ItemTypePeriodBalanceDescription
Revenue from Contract with Customer text
Revenue from Contract with Customer textThe entire disclosure of revenue from contract with customer to transfer good or service and to transfer nonfinancial asset. Includes, but is not limited to, disaggregation of revenue, credit loss recognized from contract with customer, judgment and change in judgment related to contract with customer, and asset recognized from cost incurred to obtain or fulfill contract with customer. Excludes insurance and lease contracts.
Capitalized Contract Cost text
Contract with Customer, Asset and Liability text
Contract with Customer, Right of Return text
Disaggregation of Revenue text
Revenue, Performance Obligation text
Revenue, Judgment text
Revenue, Methods, Inputs, and Assumptions Used text
Revenue, Practical Expedient text
Revenue, Initial Application Period Cumulative Effect Transition text
Capitalized Contract Cost, Amortization MethodtextDescription of method used for amortizing cost capitalized in obtaining or fulfilling contract with customer.
Capitalized Contract Cost, JudgmenttextDescription of judgment made in determining cost incurred to obtain or fulfill contract with customer.
Capitalized Contract Cost textTabular disclosure of cost capitalized in obtaining or fulfilling contract with customer.
Contract with Customer, Asset and Liability textTabular disclosure of contract balances and changes in contract balances.
Contract with Customer, Refund Liability text
Contract with Customer, Right to Recover Product text
Disaggregation of Revenue textTabular disclosure of disaggregation of revenue into categories depicting how nature, amount, timing, and uncertainty of revenue and cash flows are affected by economic factor.
Revenue, Performance Obligation Satisfied over Time text
Revenue, Performance Obligation, Description of Good or ServicetextDescription of good or service to be transferred in contract with customer. Includes, but is not limited to, arrangement for another party to transfer good or service to customer.
Revenue, Performance Obligation, Description of TimingtextDescription of timing for satisfying performance obligation in contract with customer. Includes, but is not limited to, as services are rendered, and upon shipment, delivery or completion of service.
Revenue, Performance Obligation, Description of Payment TermstextDescription of payment terms in contract with customer. Includes, but is not limited to, timing of payment, existence of financing component, variability of consideration and constraint on variable consideration.
Revenue, Performance Obligation, Description of Returns and Other Similar ObligationstextDescription of obligation for returns, refunds, and other similar obligations in contract with customer.
Revenue, Performance Obligation, Description of WarrantytextDescription of warranty and related obligation in contract with customer.
Revenue, Performance Obligation Satisfied at Point in Time, Transfer of ControltextDescription of judgment made in evaluating when customer obtains control of promised good or service for performance obligation satisfied at point in time.
Revenue, Remaining Performance Obligation, Expected Timing of Satisfaction textTabular disclosure of expected timing for satisfying remaining performance obligation.
Revenue, JudgmenttextDescription of judgment affecting determination of amount and timing of revenue from contract with customer. Includes, but is not limited to, judgment for timing of satisfaction of performance obligation, transaction price and amount allocated to performance obligation.
Revenue, Change in JudgmenttextDescription of change in judgment affecting determination of amount and timing of revenue from contract with customer. Includes, but is not limited to, change in judgment for timing of satisfaction of performance obligation, transaction price and amount allocated to performance obligation.
Revenue, Information Used to Determine Transaction PricetextDescription of method, input, and assumption used to determine transaction price. Includes, but is not limited to, estimating variable consideration, adjusting consideration for effect of time value of money, and measuring noncash consideration.
Revenue, Information Used to Assess Variable Consideration ConstrainttextDescription of methods, inputs, and assumptions used to assess estimate of variable consideration with probability of subsequent revenue reversal.
Revenue, Information Used to Allocate Transaction PricetextDescription of methods, inputs, and assumptions used to allocate transaction price. Includes, but not is limited to, estimating standalone selling price of promised good or service and allocating discount and variable consideration to specific part of contract.
Revenue, Information Used to Measure ObligationtextDescription of method, input, and assumption used to measure obligation for returns, refunds, and other similar obligations.
Revenue, Practical Expedient, Initial Application and Transition, Completed Contract, Same Reporting Period durationIndicates (true/false) whether practical expedient is elected under initial application of retrospective method not to restate completed contracts that begin and end in same annual reporting period.
Revenue, Practical Expedient, Initial Application and Transition, Completed Contract, Use of Transaction Price at Contract Completion Date durationIndicates (true/false) whether practical expedient is elected under initial application of retrospective method to use transaction price at date when contract with variable consideration was completed.
Revenue, Practical Expedient, Initial Application and Transition, Nondisclosure of Transaction Price Allocation to Remaining Performance Obligation durationIndicates (true/false) whether practical expedient is elected not to disclose amount of transaction price allocated to remaining performance obligation and explanation of expected timing of revenue recognition for reporting period presented prior to date of initial application under retrospective method.
Revenue, Practical Expedient, Initial Application and Transition, Nonrestatement of Modified Contract durationIndicates (true/false) whether practical expedient is elected under initial application of retrospective method to aggregate effect of contract modified before beginning of earliest period presented when identifying satisfied and unsatisfied performance obligation, determining transaction price and allocating transaction price to performance obligation.
Revenue, Practical Expedient, Initial Application and Transition, Qualitative AssessmenttextDescription of assessment of estimated effect of practical expedients elected under initial application of retrospective method for completed contracts, completed contracts with variable consideration, modified contracts and disclosures of remaining performance obligation.
Revenue, Practical Expedient, Remaining Performance Obligation, DescriptiontextDescription of consideration that is not included in transaction price and not allocated to remaining performance obligation. Includes, but is not limited to, variable consideration that is constrained.
Revenue, Practical Expedient, Financing Component durationIndicates (true/false) whether practical expedient is elected not to adjust consideration for effect of financing component when transfer and customer payment of good or service occurs within one year or less.
Revenue, Practical Expedient, Incremental Cost of Obtaining Contract durationIndicates (true/false) whether practical expedient is elected to recognize incremental cost of obtaining contract as expense when incurred if amortization period would have been one year or less.
Revenue, Practical Expedient, Remaining Performance Obligation durationIndicates (true/false) whether practical expedient is elected not to disclose amount of transaction price allocated to remaining performance obligation and explanation of expected timing of revenue recognition, when contract has expected duration of one year or less or right to consideration corresponds directly to performance completed.
Revenue, Initial Application Period Cumulative Effect Transition textDisclosure of information when using transition method for cumulative effect in initial period of application for revenue from contract with customer.

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