Consumers, Accounting Basics

Consumers and others: Consumers' organizations, welfare organizations, media and public at huge are also interested in condensed accounting information so as to appraise the efficiency and social responsibility of the enterprises in various sectors of the economy, that are: what levels of profits and outputs are being attained, in what manner the social responsibility is being discharged and in what way the growth is being planned through the enterprises in-accordance along with the national priorities and so on.

The above discussion perhaps has pointed to you that the information requirements of the various users may not essentially be the same. Occasionally, they may even conflict and done with each other. In any condition, the objective of accounting information is to enable information users to create optimum decisions.

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