accounting assumptions


accounting assumptions
бухгалтерские предпосылки/концепции

попытки бухгалтеров определить теоретические предпосылки, на которых основывается (или должна основываться) практика ведения бухгалтерского учета (также accounting principles). Комитет по международным бухгалтерским стандартам (International Aaccounting Standards Committee - IASC) сформулировал три фундаментальные бухгалтерские предпосылки (fundamental accounting assumptions), а Комитет по бухгалтерским стандартам в Великобритании (accounting standards committee - ASC) - четыре фундаментальные бухгалтерские концепции (fundamental accounting concepts)


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