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James M. Wahlen + 2 others
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Does the adoption of a new accounting principle for events or transactions occurring for the first time represent a change in accounting principle?

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Indicate whether the adoption of a new accounting principle for transactions occurring for the first time, signify a change in accounting principle.

Explanation

Change in an accounting principle: This change occurs when a company decides to change from an accounting principle to another, like change from LIFO to FIFO. A change in accounting principle effects the values that impact the figures of previous and current years, thus, impairs the consistency and comparability. Hence, the changes in accounting principle should be adjusted with a retrospective effect to impact the previous financial statements, to increase the...

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