GAAP (Generally accepted accounting principles)

GAAP, or generally accepted accounting principles, define financial reporting rules and conventions. GAAP helps standardize financial statements and ensures reporting consistency. GAAP is a commonly accepted set of accounting principles, standards and procedures as issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB). Public US companies are required to follow GAAP when compiling financial statements.

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