The "going concern" principle refers to the treatment of a business entity by auditors, assuming the business will remain operational for the foreseeable future. The auditors use this principle to defer the recognition of expenses to a later date.
Les Feldick is a Bible teacher from Oklahoma who has been teaching in a non-denominational style for over 30 years. He is also a cattle rancher.
The principles of internal control include guarding assets from disposal, acquisition, and theft or unauthorized use. Efficient operations, compliance with regulations, and thorough and accurate financial reporting are all products of internal control, a concept compani...
Les Feldick was born on June 6 of 1927, in Kinta, Oklahoma. He grew up on a ranch and has been involved in ranching for many years.
Les Feldick Ministries is a nonprofit organization based in Kinta, Oklahoma, that provides free and commercial Christian educational resources. The organization is run by Les Feldick, a rancher and Bible-study instructor who conducts many televised lessons on the show "...
Les Feldick's prophecy claims that Jesus Christ did not make any references to the rapture during his ministry on Earth because his teachings were directed to the Jews. Feldick believes the rapture is strictly a Pauline revelation, because it is found nowhere else in sc...
The neighbor principle is a principle that exists under English law, which states that people should do whatever they can to avoid injury or harm to those people who might be directly and intimately affected by their actions. This principle is said to be based on the po...