The Evolutiontion Of The International Accounting Systems
The annual financial statement is a technical and accounting instrument capable to provide with, periodically, a synthetic representation of the patrimonial and financial statement and of the economical result of an entity. In Europe, the financial accounting phenomenon was born in the second half of the 80s, when the legislature started to modify the aspects concerning the procedure to make the balance sheet. Later on, in the beginning of the 90s, computing and accounting techniques studying was begun, by creating a real and true branch of the economical sciences, called „financial accounting”. For these reasons, the attention was mainly focused on making specific norms, concerning the structure and evaluation of the financial statement, aiming to limit the liberty enjoyed by the administrators in choosing the rules to adopt in making the balance sheet. The fact that each evaluation of a patrimonial item is changing, varying with the purpose the one that makes the balance sheet proposes to get to by evaluation, was recognized; therefore deriving the necessity not to let to the administrators the decision concerning the way that the patrimonial elements will be evaluated, a highly- important decision and with a practically relevant impact over the obtained results
Volume (Year): X (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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