1 edition of Correspondingamounts and ten year summaries in current cost accounting found in the catalog.
Correspondingamounts and ten year summaries in current cost accounting
1982 by The Committee in London (Chartered Accountants" Hall, Moorgate Place, EC2P 2BJ) .
Written in English
|Statement||issued by the Accounting Standards Committee for comment by persons interested in financial reporting.|
|Contributions||Consultative Committee of Accountancy Bodies. Accounting Standards Committee.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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current value accounting definition: a method of accounting based on the cost of replacing assets at the prices that would be paid now.
Learn more. Fair value accounting is deemed superior when compared to historical cost accounting because it reflects the current situation in the market whereas the later is based on the past.
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It is important to realize that the book value is not the same as the fair market value because of the accountants' historical cost principle and matching principle.