By Glenn Cheney
Norwalk, Conn. — Over the past several years, the Financial Accounting Standards Board has been pushing to base accounting on the fair market value of assets and liabilities. Little by little, in statement after statement, the board has required more and more fair market valuation, moving away from historical cost.
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