Question: Valhalla Furniture Emporium Ltd Valhalla sells poor quality furniture at low

Valhalla Furniture Emporium Ltd. (Valhalla) sells poor-quality furniture at low prices. Customers take delivery of their furniture after making a down payment of 10 percent of the selling price. The customers agree to pay the balance owing in 36 equal monthly payments.
Valhalla repossesses between 40 percent and 60 percent of the furniture sold because customers default on their payments. Repossessed furniture can be resold if it re quires only minor repairs and cleaning. Some repossessed furniture is unsalable and must be disposed of.

a. What are the possible points at which Valhalla could recognize revenue?
b. Explain what reporting objectives each revenue recognition point would satisfy?
c. Which revenue recognition points can you support with the IFRS criteria?

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