JAS (Jurnal Akuntansi Syariah)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2549-3086 / 2657-1676
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Puji Rahayu, Hariana Septian
JAS (Jurnal Akuntansi Syariah), Volume 4, pp 242-257; doi:10.46367/jas.v4i2.253

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The purpose of this study is to analyze the recognition of intangible assets and to compare the straights line method with the declining balance method in determining income tax. The method in this research is evaluation and qualitative research type. From the results of the research, it was identified that the company has intangible assets in the form of a personnel information system worth IDR 35,000,000, all costs used to obtain the system are recognized as intangible assets according to the criteria for intangible assets according to PSAK 19. Amortization calculation results in 2019 using the straight-line method amounted to IDR 8,750,000. So that the commercial comprehensive income generated is IDR 27,425,574,392. Meanwhile, the declining balance method resulted in amortization of IDR 17,500,000 and the resulting comprehensive commercial profit of IDR 27,416,824,392. After the fiscal reconciliation was carried out, the Income Tax amounted to IDR 6,285,027,465 using a straight line as the amortization calculation. Meanwhile, Income Tax with amortization costs uses the declining balance method of IDR 6,282,964,965. There is a tax savings of IDR 2,062,500 if you use the Decreasing Balance Method. So that the declining balance method is very suitable to use when economic conditions are sluggish like today due to the impact of Covid-19. The tax savings can be used to increase the company's capital to run business operations.
Rahmat Ilyas
JAS (Jurnal Akuntansi Syariah), Volume 4, pp 209-221; doi:10.46367/jas.v4i2.254

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Accounting as an information system identifies collecting and communicating economic information about a business entity to various people. Accounting is at the forefront and plays an important role in running our economy and social system. Decisions taken by individuals, governments, other business entities are determined in terms of their use of the resources owned by a nation. One of the most important aspects of an entity is the financial aspect and financial reporting records that have a major impact on the sustainability of the entity. This research is entirely library research. The purpose of this study is to determine how Islamic accounting is an information system. The analytical method used is the content analysis method. The results of this study indicate that Islamic accounting is an effort to deconstruct modern accounting in a humanist and value-laden form. Islamic accounting information systems highlight Islamic values ​​both in the object of accounting and information systems, Islamic accounting information systems have a great responsibility in moral matters.
Zezi Nanda Oktafiya, Chaidir Iswanaji
JAS (Jurnal Akuntansi Syariah), Volume 4, pp 154-161; doi:10.46367/jas.v4i2.229

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This study aims to determine how the procedure or implementation of the murabahah financing contract at KSPPS BMT ARMA is it in accordance with PSAK 102 concerning murabahah or not. This research explains how the murabahah financing contract in KSPPS BMT ARMA. This study also discusses PSAK 102 regarding murabahah. The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative. This research was conducted at KSPPS BMT ARMA Magelang. In collecting data, the author uses several methods including observation is a method of direct observation carried out by researchers and interview methods. The results of the study can be seen that the accounting treatment of murabahah financing carried out at BMT ARMA is in accordance with accounting principles, namely PSAK 102.
Chilma Zufriya, Negina Kencono Putri, Yusriati Nur Farida
JAS (Jurnal Akuntansi Syariah), Volume 4, pp 271-282; doi:10.46367/jas.v4i2.252

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Agricultural companies need to disclose biological assets because biological assets are the main assets owned by the company. Some factors that influence the disclosure of biological assets include biological asset intensity, ownership concentration, company size, type of public accounting firm, and profitability. The purpose of this study is to examine and analyze the effect of Biological Asset Intensity, Ownership Concentration, and Profitability on Biological Asset Disclosure. This research is a type of quantitative research and the data source used is secondary data in the form of annual financial statements of agricultural companies for the period of 2016 to 2018. The data analysis technique used is descriptive statistics and regression analysis. Based on the results of research and data analysis shows that biological asset intensity does not affect disclosure of biological assets; concentration of ownership does not affect disclosure of biological asset; profitability does not affect disclosure of biological asset.
Aulia Putri Oktaviani Jusri, Erina Maulidha
JAS (Jurnal Akuntansi Syariah), Volume 4, pp 222-241; doi:10.46367/jas.v4i2.255

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The increase in the growth of Islamic banking needs to be supported by the performance of sharia auditors. This study aims to discuss the role and competence of Islamic auditors in supporting the performance of Islamic banking. This type of research uses qualitative methods with a descriptive approach using literature study data. The results of this study indicate that the competencies that must be possessed by sharia auditors include knowledge of Islamic law, fiqh muamalah, skills in accounting and auditing, and special characteristics as sharia auditors. This competence is the key to maximizing the role and competence of sharia auditors to support the performance of Islamic banking. The roles of sharia auditors include as independent auditors, internal auditors, and sharia supervisory board. Sharia compliance tests on Islamic financial institutions are part of the role of the sharia auditor.
Hasna Rosyida, Amrie Firmansyah, Setyo Baskoro Wicaksono
JAS (Jurnal Akuntansi Syariah), Volume 4, pp 196-208; doi:10.46367/jas.v4i2.256

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This study examines the effect of leverage, company size, and asset growth on stock price volatility. This study uses data from all companies listed on the LQ45 index (BEI) from 2017 to 2019. Based on purposive sampling, this study obtained 31 financial statement data so that the final sample in this study amounted to 93 firm-year observations. Data analysis was analyzed using multiple regression analysis with Eviews 10 software. The study results concluded that leverage has a positive effect on stock price volatility, company size has a negative effect on stock price volatility, and asset growth has no effect on stock price volatility. This study's results can be used as material for management evaluation in increasing share prices so that this condition can attract investors' interest in investing in the company.
Dariana Dariana
JAS (Jurnal Akuntansi Syariah), Volume 4, pp 258-270; doi:10.46367/jas.v4i2.247

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Songket Melayu weaving craftsmen in determining the cost of production as the basis for determining the selling price are still inaccurate because they are based on estimates and have not classified costs in the calculation of the cost of production. This study aims to assist in determining the cost of goods manufactured as a basis for determining the selling price using the full costing method. This research is descriptive qualitative research. The results of this study indicate the difference in the cost of production between the weaving craftsmen's calculations with the full costing method. The result of the calculation of the cost of production according to the weaving craftsman is IDR 483,333.33 per piece, while the full costing method is IDR 528,833.00 per piece. The difference in production costs is IDR 45,500.00 lower than using the full costing method. The determination of the selling price of the product is based on the cost of goods sold per piece of woven fabric plus the desired profit of the company of 35% in order to cover the production costs that have been incurred. The result of the calculation of the selling price according to the weaving craftsman is IDR 113,925.00 per piece lower than using the full costing method.
Wahid Wachyu Adi Winarto, Farah Annisa
JAS (Jurnal Akuntansi Syariah), Volume 4, pp 140-153; doi:10.46367/jas.v4i2.235

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This research discusses the zakat, infaq and alms Accounting Information System at LAZISNU Pekalongan City. This research aims to analyze how the implementation of the Accounting Information System at LAZISNU Pekalongan City. This research is the result of field research using data collection methods through interviews, observation and documentation. The results of this study are to show the flowchart accounting system for revenue and distribution at LAZISNU Pekalongan City that has never been made by the management. Having a flowchart can help the management's performance more effectively and efficiently. There are still many people who have not put their trust in zakat management institutions as zakat distribution institutions.
Shinta Amelia Kurniasari, Risma Wira Bharata
JAS (Jurnal Akuntansi Syariah), Volume 4, pp 181-195; doi:10.46367/jas.v4i2.240

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This study aims to determine the implementation of profit sharing based musyarakah contracts, financing products and financing mechanisms at the Baitul Maal wa Tamwil (BMT) Dana Barokah. This study uses a qualitative method with a case study approach. The data used in the study used primary data and viewed from the data collection sources, the data used came from direct interviews with tellers and managers at BMT. The results of this study explain that BMT provides several savings products and financing products. To apply for financing, customers must first fill out a form and then complete the required files. In the implementation of musyarakah financing at BMT Dana Barokah Muntilan it is in accordance with Islamic sharia principles and the division of business with profit sharing, but the bank only as a provider of capital does not participate in conducting business activities. The profit-sharing determined by BMT Dana Barokah Muntilan is 2.5%, but negotiations are still possible.
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