Generally accepted accounting principles (gaap), Financial Accounting

Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) are guidelines for companies to follow as tehy prepare and issue financial statements. Let's start by getting an understanding of why the guidelines were developed in the first place? Who relies on the financial statements (external users)? What happens if an external user relies on financial statements that are inaccurate? What negative consequences can arise from relying an inaccurate financial statements?

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