fundamental assumptions
plural noun

the basic assumptions on which the preparation of accounts depends

(Note These assumptions are: that the company is a going concern, that the principles on which the accounts are prepared do not change from year to year, that revenues and costs are accrued (i.e., they are written into the accounts when they occur, not when they are received or paid).)
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