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From "Shaik Nazeer Hussain (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Assigned] (FINERACT-307) Accruals accounting does not accrue income on loans closed prematurely
Date Wed, 24 May 2017 11:42:04 GMT

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Shaik Nazeer Hussain reassigned FINERACT-307:
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    Assignee: Shaik Nazeer Hussain  (was: Markus Geiss)

> Accruals accounting does not accrue income on loans closed prematurely
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: FINERACT-307
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FINERACT-307
>             Project: Apache Fineract
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Loan
>            Reporter: Santosh Math
>            Assignee: Shaik Nazeer Hussain
>              Labels: p1
>
> Reported by Sander at https://mifosforge.jira.com/browse/MIFOSX-2093
> Original Description:
> If a customer makes the final payment before the end of the loan schedule the loan status
changes to closed, and the balance reports 0, which is correct. These loans are non-recalculating
and accrue interest in line with their schedules (periodic). As such all interest portions
are booked into the Interest Receivable account.
> However because of the closed status the accruals batch job no longer generates the periodic
accruals for this loan (query excludes any status which is not active). As a result a part
of this income will remain in the Interest receivable account indefinitely, which is not the
expected behaviour. We would either expect the accruals to continue in line with the schedule,
or for the accrual to be generated alongside the final (closing) transaction of the loan.
> The quick-fix for this is to adjust the batch job to look not just look at loan status
but also at any loan where the interest accrual date is smaller than the expected maturity
date.
> As a permanent fix we should investigate whether new accounting types/rules need to be
defined for this scenario to also book this prepaid income as a liability instead of an asset
account, such as Prepaid Interest received.



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