Business, Legal & Accounting Glossary
This principle, which governs the accounting practices of most companies, states that revenues and expenses should be recorded when a transaction occurs, rather than when goods are delivered or payments are made. This principle, while more difficult to implement, provides a more accurate reflection of a company’s financial status.
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