Accounting

1. What would you think of a company's ethics if ti changed accounting methods every year?

2. What accounting principle would changing methods every year violate?

3. Who can be harmed when a company changes its accounting methods too often? How?

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  1. 1. What would you think of a company's ethics if it changed accounting methods every year?
    2. What accounting principle would changing methods every year violate?
    3. Who can be harmed when a company changes accounting methods too often? How?

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