Annualy/Yearly Financial Situations in European Frame
The primary objective of accounting is to provide information in order to ensure a fair, clear and full image of heritage, financial position and results of the entity, to all interested parties, ensuring "transparency" of accounting information to all the interested people. This objective can be achieved by periodic preparation of summary documents and accountin reporting, which over time have worn different names such as balance sheet, annual financial statements or annual accounts. Starting from this consideration, in this paper we proposed to approach in terms of theoretical importance, the role and principles of the annual financial statements with new accounting regulations in accordance with EU Directives.
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