by Glenn Cheney
Norwalk, Conn. - Since its founding in 1973, the Financial Accounting Standards Board has been funded by voluntary contributions from the big accounting firms, the American Institute of CPAs, a number of corporations, smaller accounting firms and other interested organizations. Additional funding comes from subscriptions and sales of documents developed by the board.
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