Statements of Financial Accounting Standards

SFAS Accounting and *financial reporting standards issued by the *Financial Accounting Standards Board. The SFAS are the main source of U.S. *Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, and are issued after due process and consultation with interested parties. Web site: www.fasb.org/st

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