Penerapan Akuntansi Akrual Pada Perguruan Tinggi Keagamaan Islam Negeri Berstatus Badan Layana Umum

Dwi Sulistiani

Abstract


This study aims to determine the extent to which the accrual basis of PTKIN has BLU status. The object of this case study research with an interpretive paradigm is one of the best UINs in Indonesia. This research contributes to accounting standard setters and poli-cy makers in government in the preparation of accounting standards. The results showed that PTKIN with BLU status had not yet fully implemented accrual accounting. In terms of definition and presentation, it has been carried out in accordance with SAP and SAK. However, the recognition, measurement, recording and disclosure still use a combination of cash basis and accrual basis. The use of accounting software "SAIBA" is proven to help in the application of accrual accounting. However, there are obstacles in the application of accrual accounting, namely: lack of competence of human resources who understand ac-counting, preparation of financial statements based on SAK that still uses excel applica-tions and financial rules that change frequently. Therefore it is necessary to conduct accru-al accounting training, create accounting applications based on SAK and always upgrade the rules of the ministry of finance.


Keywords


Accrual accounting, PTKIN, BLU, and Disclosure

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