The major service of accounting concepts comes from their association with relevant accounting actions. Decisions by enterprise management generate a continuing flow of transaction experience, which will be systematically organized toward review. Organizing transaction data, in turn, requires recognition and respect for a variety of classification boundaries. Most notably of these boundaries is the enterprise itself, the fiscal period, and the ledger account.
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