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Which of the following accounting principles requires depreciation? (Points : 1) The revenue recognition principle The matching principle The reliability principle
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The matching principle required depreciation.
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User: Which of the following accounting principles requires depreciation? (Points : 1) The revenue recognition principle The matching principle The reliability principle The entity concept

Weegy: The Revenue Recognition Principle states that revenue should be recorded only when the revenue generation process has been substantially completed, and an exchange has taken place. [ [ It is a restatement of the old maxim: "Don't count your chickens until they are hatched." ] ]
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The matching principle required depreciation.
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