Fourth Accounting Directive

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An EU directive (1978) concerning the harmonization of company law and accounting practices in member states. It recognized five accounting concepts as fundamental: the accounting entity concept, the accruals concept, the consistency concept, the going-concern concept, and the prudence concept.

Subjects: Accounting — Financial Institutions and Services.

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