More problems in inflation accounting

Hope, Anthony
October 1973
Accountancy;Oct73, Vol. 84 Issue 962, p10
Trade Publication
Discusses the difficulties posed by inflation accounting to corporations in Great Britain. Information requirements; Difficulties in deriving data; General price-level adjustments; Specific price-level adjustments; Use of approximate methods; Time-consuming and tedious process of fulfilling the initial requirement of ageing the opening balances.


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