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Assignment Directions:
 In the study of accounting it is important to have the necessary skills to use electronic libraries and databases for research purposes. 

 Professional Research 
 Students will submit a written Assignment addressing the required prompts.
 
 
Case Scenario:

Your aunt recently received the annual report for a company in which she has invested. The report notes that the statements have been prepared in accordance with "generally accepted accounting principles." She has also heard that certain terms have special meanings in accounting relative to everyday use. She would like you to explain the meaning of the terms she has come across related to accounting.
 
 
Go to http://www.fasb.org and access the FASB Concepts Statements and respond to the following items. (Provide paragraph citations.) When you have accessed the documents, you can use the search tool in your Internet browser.
 
a) How is "materiality" defined in the conceptual framework?

b) The concepts statements provide several examples in which specific quantitative materiality guidelines are provided to firms. Identify at least two of these examples. Do you think materiality guidelines should be quantified? Why or why not? c) The concepts statements discuss the concept of "articulation" between financial statement elements. Briefly summarize the meaning of this term and how it relates to an entity's financial statements.  
 

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Running head: FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

Financial Accounting
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Financial Accounting

According to FASB, materiality is the degree of measuring the effect of omitted or
misstated accounting information on a decision made by a user. As such, omitted information is
considered as materiality if its inclusion would have influenced or altered the decision made by
the user. There are several materiality guidelines provided to firms that are supposed to be
followed when dealing with materiality concepts ...


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