Accounting Dictionary


Relevance is one of the two fundamental qualities of accounting. It is composed of predictive value, confirmatory value, and materiality.

To be relevant accounting information has to make a difference to decision makers. It has to help predict the future, confirm expectations, or be important (material) enough to influence decision makers.

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