Materiality: Defines the level to which certain accounting principles do not apply
- Rounding on financial statements to the nearest dollar, or in some cases to the nearest million dollars, may not be material, depending on the size of the company
- Immaterial may refer to items that may violate an accounting principle but not change the overall interpretation by the end user
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