by Paul B.W. Miller and Paul R. Bahnson

This column is the third in our series explaining why reporting market values in financial reports makes good sense. In the first, we showed that the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s Conceptual Framework wisely identified financial reporting’s objective as providing investors and creditors with information that is useful for assessing the amount, timing and uncertainty of future cash flows.

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