accounting concept
noun

a general assumption on which accounts are prepared. The main concepts are: that the business is a going concern, that revenue and costs are noted when they are incurred and not when Cash is received or paid, that the present accounts are drawn up following the same principles as the previous accounts, that the revenue or costs are only recorded if it is certain that they will be incurred.

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