1. General: Doing one’s best to get rid of biases, and other subjective evaluations, by solely depending on objectifiable data. 2. Accounting: The dependance of an accountant on objectifiable evidenceto provide an acccurate measurement of financial results. This makes comparison between financial statements much more viable and accurate due to a high degree of accuracy and compliance.

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