Definition of Accounting standard

1. Noun. A principle that governs current accounting practice and that is used as a reference to determine the appropriate treatment of complex transactions.

Exact synonyms: Accounting Principle
Generic synonyms: Principle
Group relationships: Gaap, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Accounting Standard

accounted-for
accounter
accounters
accountholder
accountholders
accounting
accounting cost
accounting costs
accounting data
accounting entry
accounting firm
accounting machine
accounting machines
accounting principle
accounting profit
accounting standard (current term)
accounting system
accountings
accountment
accountments
accounts
accounts payable
accounts payable and receivable
accounts receivable
accouple
accoupled
accouplement
accouplements
accouples
accoupling

Literary usage of Accounting standard

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1. Accrual Budgeting: Experiences of Other Nations and Implications for the by Christine E. Bonham, Elizabeth A. McClarin (2000)
"The first, the Australian accounting standard No. ... is the relevant accounting standard for financial 'In Australia, there are two important accounting ..."

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