A Surplus Of Deficit Figures
When you study the income statements of two U. S. corporations, you can be reasonably sure that you're comparing oranges with oranges. That's because the Securities & Exchange Commission, the Internal Revenue Service, and the Financial Accounting Standards Board have laid down ground rules for financial reporting.
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