Accounting for reserves

For most people, accounting is concerned with recording what has already happened. Accounts look backwards, and show the results of financial decisions already taken. But accounting is not just a neutral recorder of the past; the accounting methods and principles an institution uses also affect future decisions. When decision makers are faced with a choice, the accounting consequences of the various options can have a major influence on the final decision they take. As a result, the choice

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