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an accounting principle which states that where alternative accounting methods are possible, one understates rather than overstates profits
discretion in practical affairs
the ability to govern and discipline oneself by the use of reason; skill and good judgement in the management of affairs or the use of resources; caution or circumspection as to danger or risk
discretion: knowing how to avoid embarrassment or distress; "the servants showed great tact and discretion"
Practical wisdom and judgment regarding the choice and use of the best ways and means of doing good; one of the four cardinal virtues
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A female given name, one of the Puritan virtue names
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The quality or state of being prudent; wisdom in the way of caution and provision; discretion; carefulness; hence, also, economy; frugality

Prudence supposes the value of the end to be assumed, and refers only to the adaptation of the means. It is the relation of right means for given ends. - William Whewell.

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caution
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The prudence principle is a key accounting principle. Potential gains in the accounts should not be shown unless they are realised through asset disposals, sales of finished goods, etc, and potential losses should be registered through provisions for the loss in value of inventories, equity and property investments, etc
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The principle of prudence is a key accounting principle. Potential gains in the accounts should not be shown unless they are realised through asset disposals, sales of finished goods, etc, and potential losses should be registered through provisions for the loss in value of inventories, equity and property investments, etc
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A female given name
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prudency
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{i} caution, care, heedfulness; intelligence, discretion, judgement; frugality, thriftiness
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the ability to govern and discipline oneself by the use of reason; skill and good judgement in the management of affairs or the use of resources; caution or circumspection as to danger or risk
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Practical wisdom and judgment regarding the choice and use of the best ways and means of doing good; one of the four cardinal virtues
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knowing how to avoid embarrassment or distress; "the servants showed great tact and discretion"
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an accounting principle which states that where alternative accounting methods are possible, one understates rather than overstates profits
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discretion in practical affairs
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Prudence is care and good sense that someone shows when making a decision or taking action. A lack of prudence may lead to financial problems. a sensible and careful attitude that makes you avoid unnecessary risks
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