GOING CONCERN PRINCIPLE Definition

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GOING CONCERN PRINCIPLE assumes that the accounting entity will maintain proper accounting records from the date of its establishment to the date of its liquidation.

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EX-WORKS see EX-FACTORY.

ATTRIBUTABLE what the cause is, e.g. bankruptcy is primarily attributable to insufficient cash flow to support operations.

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