Ratio Between Accounting Principles And Interim Financial Reporting
In economic and financial communication, the common language is represented by accounting rules which consent the process of converting the operations afferent to economic development in figures (the situation of the one which prepares the interim financial reports) and a process to convert figures in economic transactions (the situation of the one using the interim financial reports). Therefore arises necessarily the “accounting standardization process” involving a complex of rules capable to uniform the criteria that are based on the representation and interpretation of values from the interim financial reports. These rules, either general or specific, can be derived from the accounting practice or may be established by legislation
Volume (Year): 10 (2010)
Issue (Month): 2(12) (December)
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