• Ethics of Finance
    Corporate Finance: Theory & Practice (25557) Final Exam Sample Questions (Spring 2012) SECTION A: Core professional obligations, values and operations of organisations including sustainability. 1. You chair the compensation committee of the board of directors of MCC Ltd. Apart from a base salary...
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  • Vat in India
    passes through various distribution stages, tax should be levied on the ‘Value Added' at each stage and not on the gross sales price. This ensures that same commodity does not get taxed again and again and there is no cascading effect. In simple terms, ‘value added' means difference between selling price...
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  • Syllabus: Business Communication and Report Writing
    Communication: Letters, memos, reports – style and structure, advantages and disadvantages of different media. 4. Major Media of Oral Communication: Speech – face to face conversation – interviews, meetings, advantages and disadvantages of different media. 5. Non Verbal Communication: Symbols...
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  • Lo and Behold
    predominant in capitalist economy. A society may be defined as a community or a large group of people having common or different traditions, cultures and values. The environment of society is a key concept of understanding business and society relationships. The social framework in which the organisation exits...
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  • Assingmnet
    his business and was faced by the challenge of expansion in his business. Mucki Tan is thinking that traditional business of distribution is losing advantage because MNCs are outsourcing their jobs of hiring and legal issues are arising. Some of the options available with their pros and cons are given below...
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  • Nike
    project gives lower returns than its WACC. Moreover, WACC is used to discount the firm free cash flow to calculate the firm value. Analyst estimates the firm’s WACC to value the firm’s stock price and write a report to suggest investors whether they should buy, sell or hold the firm stock. After investors...
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  • Final
    Versus Buying COM/156 August, 28, 2011 There are both advantages and disadvantages when it comes to renting an apartment as opposed to buying a house. However, there are more advantages than disadvantages. One of the advantages of renting an apartment, as opposed to buying a house, is that apartment...
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  • Nike Case
    the Earnings Capitalization Model (EPS/ Price), we analyze their advantages and disadvantages and finally we conclude whether or not an investment in Nike is recommended. Our analysis suggests that Nike Inc.'s common stock should be added to the North Point Group's Mutual Fund Portfolio. I. The Weighted...
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  • Advanced Corporate Accounting 1
    recognised in the period of the change • Is this a change in accounting policy? • No, the asset, accounts receivable is still measured at lower of book value or recoverable amount • There is only a change in the method of estimation of the bad debts • This action should be disclosed by note Accounting...
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  • Revision Notes
    Topic 1: Analysing the external environment Strategy – direction and scope of an organisation over a long term, which achieves the advantage of changing environment through its configuration of resources and competencies with the aim of fulfilling stakeholder expectations. Direction – Mission,...
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  • American Home Product
    face? How much financial risk would American Home Products face at each of the proposed levels of debt shown in case Exhibit 3? How much potential value, if any can American Home Products creates for its shareholders at each of the proposed levels of debt? Business risk: The recent business risk...
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  • Exploring Business Activity
    highlights Growth of 2007 2008 2007 Group sales (£m) (including value added tax) 51,773 46,611 Group revenue (£m) (excluding value added tax) 47,298 42,641 Underlying Group profit before tax (£m)† 2,846 2,545 Group profit before tax (£m) 2,803 2,653 Underlying diluted earnings per share (p) 27.02...
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  • How to Have a Good Sex
    …………………………………………………………………… 1.2.2 Advantage and disadvantage ………………………………………………. 1.2.3 Situation/ Judgment………………………………………………………… 1.2 Working Capital…………………………………………………………................. 1.3.4 Definition …………………………………………………………………… 1.3.5 Advantage and disadvantage ………………………………………………...
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  • IGCSE PAPER
    5.2 Tax systems 2006-11 6(a) Distinguish with the use of examples between (i) Direct and indirect taxes [3] (ii) Progressive and regressive taxes [3] 参考答案: (a) 3 marks for each pair. (Examples of each pair, 1 mark.) [6] 考生分析: In part (i), most candidates were able to distinguish between direct...
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  • Business Unit 10 11 12
    * Increase VALUE ADDED- difference between the selling price and the cost of materials needed for the production. eg. $100,000-15,000= value added= 85k * Expand the business: Growth * Achieve business survival * Provide community service. How to add to the value added: * better...
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  • A Critical Review of Bhupinder Singh, B
    ‘Introduction of GST in Malaysia – Short and Long-Term Impacts’, Tax Guardian Quarter 2. 1.0 Introduction In this article, Bhupinder Singh is evaluating the short-term and long-term effect of implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST) in Malaysia based on the experience of other countries like...
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  • Organisation Budget
    from making more accurate and forecasting and planning. ( Blackhallpublishing .com, October 2010). These are the advantages and disadvantages given by the black hall publishing ADVANTAGES * As a result of being assessed regularly thus make it more accurate and realistic. * Because the budget...
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  • Fiscal and Monetary Policy
    amount of income is higher than the higher will be direct tax which will have to be paid. Direct taxes could be collected by government in form of income tax, corporation tax, council tax, working tax, road tax, capital gains tax, inheritance tax, stamp duty, national insurance (NI). (Ref. Class notes-...
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  • finance
    estimate the economic useful life of the project accurately. • Conflicts between some of the investment appraisal techniques e.g. the Net Present Value (NPV) and Internal Rate of Returns (IRR) conflict in ranking of some of the mutually exclusive projects. iii)Classification of...
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  • Geothermal Energy
        2. Generation Process         a. Dry Steam technology         b. Flash technology         c. Binary cycle technology         3. Advantages and Disadvantages III.    Laws and republic acts applicable to Alternative energy A.    Evolution of Alternative energy laws in the Philippines i....
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