eBook Accounting for Changing Prices download
Publisher: Allyn and Bacon (1989)
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You will find the original Statement No. 33 on ww. ASB.
You will find the original Statement No. In short, Statement No. 33 required large companies to report supplementary information on the effects of changing prices on its inventory and its property, plant and equipment. In the late 1970's the . was experiencing double-digit inflation rates and the SEC was advocating the reporting of replacement cost.
Geoffrey Whittington, University of Cambridge. Hitherto, we have illustrated the basic financial statements and the underlying system of double entry book-keeping by using the historical cost method of measurement. Publisher: Cambridge University Press.