Accounting principle, Accounting Standards

A company values its loose tools for inclusion in its balance sheet. The tools are not extremely valuable and the company uses estimating while valuing them.

Which type of accounting principle is being applied?

A  accruals
B  consistency
C  going concern
D  materiality

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