Gaap - generally accepted accounting principles, Financial Accounting

ACCOUNTANCY PRINCIPLES (GAAP - GENERALLY ACCEPTED ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES)

Accounting values, rules of conduct and action are explained by a variety of terms for instance conventions, tenets, concepts, assumptions, axioms, postulates, etc.

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