Revenue Recognition Principle and Matching Principle – Accounting video

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Brian Routh TheAccountingDr says:

I’m glad that you found my financial accounting video on the revenue recognition principles and matching principles to be helpful. I have a poll currently on my website and I would love to get your feedback on new video topics.

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Thank you so much, im taking an accounting class in my sophmore year now and i wanna stay ahead and all of your videos have made my life a lot eaiser.

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