AN ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF INFLATION ON THE FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES OF COMMERCIAL ORGANISATIONS

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Keywords
assessment, impact of inflation, adjustment of financial indicators, monetary and non-monetary balance sheet items, financial results

Abstract
The article discusses the methodology of adjusting the indicators of financial and accounting reporting used for assessing the activities of commercial organisations in the context of inflation. This is extremely important for increasing the validity of management decisions. The calculations have been performed on the basis of a particular example of a functioning organisation.

JEL: G30
Pages: 17

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