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Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research
ISSN : 27150429     EISSN : 27148122     DOI : -
Core Subject : Religion, Economy,
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research (JIAFR) is a peer-reviewed journal published twice a year (April and October) by the Department of Sharia Accounting Faculty of Islamic Economics and Business, Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Walisongo Semarang Indonesia. JIAFR aims to publish articles in the field of Islamic Accounting and Finance that provide a significant contribution to the development of accounting practices and professions in Indonesian even the world. JIAFR accepts both quantitative and qualitative approaches by English Language manuscripts relating to Islamic Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Taxation, Islamic Behavior Accounting, Accounting Information System, Auditing, Public Sector Accounting, and Islamic Financial Performance.
Articles 16 Documents
DETERMINANTS IN DETECTING FRAUD TRIANGLE OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS ON COMPANIES REGISTERED IN JAKARTA ISLAMIC INDEX (JII) PERIOD 2012-2018 Budiyono, Iwan; Arum, Melati Sari Dewi
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research Vol 2, No 1 (2020)
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Purpose - The purpose of study was to examine the effect financial statement fraud based on the fraud triangle with a number of variables such as financial stability, external pressure, financial target, personal financial needs, opportunity and rasionalization in companies listed in Jakarta Islamic Index (JII) period 2012-2018.Method - The population are all companies listed in JII period 2012-2018. The sample is 6 companies that were feasible to analyze. The data used in this research is secondary data obtained from the annual report. The data analysis model applied multiple linier regression data panel  using SPSS 25.Result - The results showed that the fraud triangle in the categories of financial stability, external pressure, financial targets, personal financial needs, opportunity and rationalization simultaneously affect the fraudulent financial statements. Furthermore financial stability, personal financial needs and opportunity partially negatively related and had no significant effect on financial statement fraud; while external pressures, financial targets and rationalization have positive and significant effects on financial statement fraud on companies listed in JII period 2012-2018.Implication - Companies Registered in JII are suggested to improve the financial performance in accordance with sharia principles.Originality - This research is the first study using multiple linier regression data panel.
ANTECEDENT FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF BAITUL MAL WAT TAMWIL (BMT): STUDY IN BMT BINAMA SEMARANG Zahra, Milla Himmatuz; Wijayanti, Provita
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Purpose - BMT is established as an Islamic micro-finance which gives the loans to the middle-low society. A good financial performance describes a good BMT condition to distribute their own loans. This research is a case study of BMT Binama Semarang City during 2009-2013.Method - The kind of data used are secondary data, monthly financial reports for balance statement, profit and loss, and collectability. The instrument of financial performance was measured based on stable, stable?enough, less-stable, and unstable quality using the variables of capitalizing structure, productive asset quality, liquidity, cost efficiency, capitalizing efficiency, economic rentability, and self-capital rentability. The data were analyzed by using multiple linear regression analyses.Result - The research found that financial performance of BMT in 5 years was stable-enough, caused by losing condition on 2010. The result of multiple linear regression showed that there were only two independent variables which had significant affect, they are: cost efficiency and economic rentability. Economic rentability gives more significant role in financial performance of BMT.Implication - The results showed that the financial performance of BMT Binama Semarang City was quite healthy. This quite healthy condition can be raised to be healthy through efforts to focus improvements on variables that show low scoring, namely cost efficiency and economic profitability.Originality - This study focuses on the financial performance of BMT Binama Semarang City.
ETHIC AND THE AFFECTING FACTORS: INSIGHTS FROM SHARIA ACCOUNTING STUDENTS Istiariani, Irma
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research Vol 2, No 1 (2020)
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Purpose - The purpose of this study was to explore many factors that affect the accounting students? ethics such as intellectual, emotional and spiritual quotients.Method - The data of this study were obtained from questionnaires. The sample consists of 90 Sharia Accounting students who studied at the FEBI UIN Walisongo. The sample was collected by purposive sampling method and it was analysed with SPSS.  Result - The result shows that there are three factors affecting the students? ethics. They are intelligence, emotional and spiritual quotients. The emotional and spiritual quotients have the positive effect on students? ethics. The intelligence quotients has a negative effect on the students? ethics.Implication - This study suggests to improve students? emotional and spiritual quotients for better students? ethics quality.Originality - This research is the first study that researched about the ethical students in Sharia Accounting students.
ACCOUNTING TREATMENT ANALYSIS OF RAHN TASJILY FINANCING Suhadak, Suhadak
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Purpose - The purpose of this study was to describe the accounting treatment of rahn tasjily financing transactions carried out by BMT UGT Sidogiri Malang with PSAK 107 and the suitability of the transaction application with Fatwa DSN MUI DSN No.68/DSN-MUI/III/2008.Method - This study used descriptive qualitative method.Result - The research shows that the recognition and measurement of Ijarah transactions are in accordance with PSAK 107, but the presentation and disclosure are not appropriate. Recognition, measurement, and presentation of rahn tasjily financing transactions are in accordance with PAPSI, but the disclosure is not yet appropriate, and accordance with the application of Fatwa DSN MUI DSN No.68/DSN-MUI/III/2008.Implication - This study has an impact on the compliance of the institution in carrying out rahn tasjily financing of PSAK and Fatwa DSN MUI DSN No.68/DSN-MUI/III/2008.Originality - The focus of this study is the application of the determination and accounting treatment of Ijarah costs in rahn gold according to PSAK 107 and Fatwa DSN MUI DSN No.68/DSN-MUI/III/2008.
RELIGIOSITY AS THE MODERATING EFFECT OF DIAMOND FRAUD AND PERSONAL ETHICS ON FRAUD TENDENCIES Istifadah, Rikyan Ulil; Senjani, Yayu Putri
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research Vol 2, No 1 (2020)
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Purpose - This study aims to determine the effect of each dimension of diamond fraud (pressure, opportunity, rationalization, capability) and personal ethics on the fraud tendency (assets misappropriation) and understanding of religiosity as moderating variable.Method - The study was conducted by survey method. The samples are amil zakat in Yogyakarta. Data analysis in this study applied multiple linear regression analysis with IBM SPSS version 22. The instruments were adopted from previous research.Result - The results of data analysis in this study show that there are positive influences between elements of diamond fraud (pressure, opportunity, rationalization, capability) on the fraud tendency (assets misappropriation) but personal ethics do not influence the fraud tendency. While the understanding of religiosity is able to moderate elements of diamond fraud (pressure, opportunity, rationalization, capability) and personal ethics.Implication - Future research can expand the object of research in several other provinces. In addition, fraud theory used is Fraud Diamond Theory. Whereas now there has been an increase in the cause of fraud, which is arrogance and evolved into Fraud Pentagon Theory, so that the next arrogance variable can be added as an independent variable.Originality - This reseacrh is still using samples in one province, and Amil Zakat sample was chosen as a sample because based on data submitted by BAZNAS.
BACKMATTER (AUTHOR GUIDELINES, ACKNOWLEDGEMENT, AND BACK COVER) Warno, Warno
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research Vol 2, No 1 (2020)
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BACKMATTER (AUTHOR GUIDELINES, ACKNOWLEDGEMENT, AND BACK COVER) Warno, Warno
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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WHAT IS EARNING MANAGEMENT IN SHARIA BANK LOWER THAN CONVENTIONAL BANK? Nurianah, Nurianah
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Purpose - This study is to examine the effect of sharia status on the level of earning management in Banking Companies in Indonesia.Method - This study use pooled data regression analysis and independent sample t-test to test the level of earning management between Islamic banks and non-Islamic banks. We use sample of Islamic banks and non-Islamic banks in Indonesia in the year 2009-2013.Result - We find the Islamic banks employ less earning management than non-Islamic banks. The results show that, as hypothesised, Islamic banks status has a significant negative association with earning management in regression model. This Suggest that Islamic banks have lower discressionary accrual than non-Islamic banks ans Islamic ethics palys monitoring role in reducing managerial opportunistic behaviors to manage earnings by discretionary accruals.Implication - At least the sample in this study was due to the limited number of Islamic banks and conventional banks in Indonesia. The discretionary accrual model used in this study may not be able to detect earnings management properly, so that there is a need to readjust other models related to earnings management.Originality - Earnings management has become a global issue, but for Islamic banking based on religious principles, the practice of earnings management can be minimized or eliminated. Then provide information about the high and low earnings management in banks, especially Islamic and conventional banking in Indonesia.
THE EFFECT OF INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL AND NETWORKING ON THE ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES OF ISLAMIC BOARDING SCHOOLS (A CASE STUDY ON KHALAF ISLAMIC BOARDING SCHOOLS IN DEMAK) Sari, Alifah Ratna; Prasetyoningrum, Ari Kristin; Hartono, Setyo Budi
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research Vol 2, No 1 (2020)
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Purpose - This study aims to determine the effect of intellectual capital and networking on the organizational values of Islamic boarding schools seen from the resources they have.Method - The population in this study is the khalaf Islamic boarding schools in Demak Regency. The sampling technique is done by purposive sampling which is a sample selection technique using certain criteria or considerations. Samples taken as many as 40 boarding schools. Data testing is done by SEM-PLS and processed using the WarpPLS 5.0 program.Result - The analysis shows that intellectual capital has a positive and significant effect on the organizational values of Islamic boarding schools as evidenced by a positive path coefficient (0.306) and a significance value <0.05 (P-value 0.017). Likewise, the network has a positive and significant effect on the organizational values of Islamic boarding school as evidenced by a positive path coefficient (0.324) and a significance value <0.05 (P-value 0.012).Implication - It is expected that khalaf Islamic boarding schools will pay attention to the importance of intellectual capital, both from human capital, structural capital and relational capital and networking to improve organizational values but not to erase the classical boarding school tradition.Originality - The originality of this study is the object of the research. If previous researches conducted research on economic and banking organizations, this research used Islamic education organizations (khalaf Islamic boarding schools) as the object of research.
THE EFFECT OF TAX PLANNING, COMPANY VALUE, AND LEVERAGE ON INCOME SMOOTHING PRACTICES IN COMPANIES LISTED ON JAKARTA ISLAMIC INDEX Megarani, Novia; Warno, Warno; Fauzi, Muchammad
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to identify the effect of tax planning, company value, and leverage on income smoothing practice in companies listed on the Jakarta Islamic Index for the period 2010-2017.Method - The data in this study consisted of 12 companies listed on the Jakarta Islamic Index for the period 2010-2017. Samples are selected using the purposive sampling method. Eckel Index classification uses two types of earning as the target of incomee smoothing, namely operating income and income before tax. Hypothesis testing uses a logistic regression analysis model.Result - Result of simultaneously logistic regression tests tax planning, company value, and leverage affect income smoothing. And results of the partial logistic regression test of company value variable have a significant effect on income smoothing practices, while the tax planning and leverage variables have no significant effect on income smoothing practices.Implication - This study proves that tax planning, corporate value, and leverage simultaneously have a significant effect on income smoothing practices but partially not so that there are many variables that play a role.Originality - The research is the first study that describe use sharia relate income smoothing.

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