Small companies in the United States have long complained that it's unfair in terms of costs and time that they're required to meet accounting standards that were written for companies that are many times their size.
And it was the writer of those standards -- the Financial Accounting Standards Board -- that came to the Institute of Management Accountants in search of advice on how to consider the needs of those small companies.
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