Accounting Dictionary - Letter R

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Retroactive adjustment
is a restatement of financial data previously reported in the financial statements to ensure financial data is comparable. Examples in retroactive adjustments include changes in reporting entity, retroactive changes to the equity method, new accounting standards requiring retroactive adjustments and error corrections.
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