Corporate Accounting

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Corporate accounting refers to the financial statements and practices used by corporations. Generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) are a set of guidelines that corporations must use in order to ensure that their financial statements are accurate and transparent. Some of the key aspects of GAAP include maintaining records of all transactions, using consistent accounting methods, and disclosing any material information that could impact investors.