By D. R. Carmichael
The 2004 complement comprises the next new chapters:
- Introduction to inner keep an eye on overview and Reporting
- Financial specialist Witness demanding situations and Exclusions
- Introduction to E-Discovery
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3 and 4. 41 Blough, “Development of Accounting Principles in the United States,” p. 10. 42 Changing Concepts of Business Income, Report of the Study Group on Business Income (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1952), pp. 1–4, 103–109. 43 George O. ” The Journal of Accountancy, December 1947, pp. 453–456. 44 George O. May, “Income Accounting and Social Revolution,” The Journal of Accountancy, June 1957, p. 38. 45 Despite the criticisms, the committee held its course, though not without some wavering.
155–157 and 165–166. 47 Storey, The Search for Accounting Principles, p. 43. 1 20 • THE FRAMEWORK OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS AND STANDARDS The executive committee of the Association, like the committees of the Institute concerned with accounting principles, regarded the principles as being derived from accounting practice, although the means of derivation differed—distillation or compilation according to the Institute and theoretical analysis according to the Association. Thus, the “Tentative Statement” set forth 20 principles, each a proposition embodying “a corollary of this fundamental axiom”: Accounting is .
1 16 • THE FRAMEWORK OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS AND STANDARDS A committee of the New Jersey Society of Certiﬁed Public Accountants reviewed ARB 23 soon after its issue and questioned whether the new procedures it recommended were “accepted procedures” at the date of its issue. General acceptability, the committee contended, depended on the extent to which procedures were applied in practice, which only time would tell. 34 The Institute ignored the proposal, but the New Jersey committee had in effect challenged the authority of the Committee on Accounting Procedure to change accounting practice, raising an issue that would not go away.
Accountants' Handbook : 2004 Supplement by D. R. Carmichael