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Financial reporting - accounting concepts.


The accounting principle that relevant assets and liabilities should normally be reported separately at their gross amounts, rather than being netted off.


The closely related - but broader - accounting principle that important relevant amounts should be disclosed separately, rather than only being reported as a total (aggregated) figure.

See also