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  • Expenses - 3867 Words
    EXPENSES ANANDA CHAIRUNNISA ISA ANDRIA RAHMAN MEGA PUSPITASARI MELISA ANGGRENI NOPITA AULIA SIREGAR SAPPHIRA JULIA SAPUTRI 1. Expense Defined In accounting, expense has a very specific meaning. It is an outflow of cash or other valuable assets from a person or company to another person or company. This outflow of cash is generally one side of a trade for products or services that have equal or better current or future value to the buyer than to the seller....
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  • Travel Expenses - 1239 Words
    Problem 1: Travel Expenses Problem Description: Write a C++ program that calculates and displays the total travel expenses of a business trip. The user must provide the following information: * Number of days spent on the trip. * The departure on the first day of the trip, and the time of arrival back home on the last day of the trip. The departure and arrival time must be entered in 12h or 24h formats. Your program should consider AM and PM. * The amount of meals eaten The...
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  • Expense and Club - 1240 Words
    DE 11 PROJECT CLUBS MARKS: 48 The project forms part of the CASS for the year and will be completed during term 2 of the year. You may complete the project in groups of no more than two. You are the bookkeeper/treasurer of the Western Cape Soccer Club. The club has 260 members that pay a range of membership fees from juniors who pay R100 per annum to adults who pay R250 per annum. The club also charges an entrance fee for all new members of R200 for juniors and R400 for adults....
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  • Expense Monitoring System - 1372 Words
    DEFINITION OF TERMS The following term have been operationally defined in this study to facilitate the understanding of the readers: Expenses – Management – Funeral Homes – User – Expense Monitoring System – Data Storage – FIGURE DEFINITION A Gantt chart is a graphical representation of the duration of tasks against the progression of time. This kind of chart is a useful tool for planning and scheduling project. Symbols | Gantt bars indicate the duration of tasks. | |...
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  • Expense and Apprentice Mechanics - 2813 Words
    MODULE 1 ASSIGNMENT Note: Before you begin the assignment for Module 1, please click the Module 1 assignment link in the online course navigation pane for instructions on how to complete and submit your responses for marking. Part A: Multiple-choice questions Note: For multiple-choice questions, select the best answer. Answer each item by giving the number of your choice. Incorrect answers will be marked as zero. Please include your answers to the Part A multiple-choice questions with your...
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  • Expense and U.s. Immigration Customs
    Project Budget Memo Memo To: Management and Stakeholders From: Date: June 10, 2013 Purpose: To provide quality training for the new audit compliance system there will be necessary expenditures. This memo will present the final budget proposal these expenditures include but are not limited to: wages, materials, travel expenses, and training materials. Steps have been put in place to minimize the overall cost of the training but not at the cost of quality of the project. Budgetary Numbers:...
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  • Expense and Prepaid Insurance - 671 Words
    Name:___________________________________________ Net ID:_____ True/False: If the statement is FALSE, you must explain why or correct it to get credit (1 point each) Example: New York City is the capital of the United States of America. 255198292710Washington D.C. TrueFalse(circle one) Questions: 1.Under accrual basis accounting, revenues are recognized when earned and expenses are recognized when incurred. TrueFalse(circle one) If false, explain below or correct above: 2.Expenses...
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  • Expense and Specific Customer Base
    Anagene, Inc. Requirements (presenting team see NOTE at bottom) 1. Describe Anagene’s competitive environment, including its industry, its specific customer base, its product / customer heterogeneity, and the major concerns facing Anagene.* 2. Considering your answer to item 1, is it likely that the existing cost system may adversely and significantly affect decisions to emphasize certain products or affect profit? Why (a general answer is expected)?* 3. Using the Excel format on...
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  • MG Online Expenses Form 2
    Submit by Email Print Form EXPENSES FORM Please return this form with original VAT receipts to: pay@mintgroup.uk.com or Mint Group, The Annexe, Chantry House, High Street, Coleshill, Birmingham, B46 3BP DEADLINE FOR EXPENSE SHEETS - EVERY TUESDAY 12PM Full Name: Mint ref: Site: Client: Week ending: Tax Week: SUBSISTENCE EXPENSES • • For food and non alcoholic drink consumed within the working day. £5.00 = 1 meal rate (5hrs) £10.00 = 2 meal rate (10hrs) £15.00 = Late evening meal rate...
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  • 2014 Medical Expense Assignment 2a
    Medical Expense Plan Problems (based on BSU Health Plan) Name:_______________ You will need information about each of the BSU Health Plans to be able to complete this assignment. The information on the summary page is sufficient, and the summary pages for each plan are available under the documents included for Medical Expense Assignment #1. All expenses are assumed to be at in-network endorsed Encircle providers except where noted (Ball State uses a network-within-a-network, or two layers...
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  • Operating Expense and Vehicle Revenue Mile
    Ulster County Area Transit (UCAT) ID Number: 2178 www.co.ulster.ny.us/ucat 1 Danny Circle Kingston, NY 12401 Ulster County Budget Director: Mr. Ken Crannell (845) 340-3800 General Information Financial Information Urbanized Area (UZA) Statistics - 2000 Census Poughkeepsie-Newburgh, NY-NJ Square Miles 327 Population 423,566 Population Ranking out of 465 UZAs 89 Other UZAs Served 457 Service Consumption Annual Passenger Miles Annual Unlinked Trips Average Weekday...
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  • Unit 6 Assignment: Impacts of Expenses
    Impacts of Expenses Lionel Mcmillon September 13, 2011 AB299-02 Tim’s Coffee Shop is a great business that would seem to benefit from large business moving to the area. Looking at the income statement Tim’s business actually earned a decent profit in 2008. With the new surrounding business to the area this will bring an increase in business volume for the coffee shop along with plenty of new customers. This also could have some negative effects on the business with the increase of some...
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  • Tax treatment of private jet expenses
    TAX TREATMENT OF PRIVATE JET EXPENSES Facts: Alex Jones owns a small software company, Find Donuts, Inc in Michigan. A patent on a smartphone application named Find Donuts which is designed to locate donuts shops, is the only asset of Find Donuts, Inc. With the intention of promoting the sales of the Find Donuts smartphone app and increasing company revenue, Alex Jones attended a computer conference in June 2010, in San Francisco. Alex also owns a Christmas tree farm in Oregon. Primary...
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  • Interactive Interview/Session: Managing Travel Expenses
    Name: Md. Mizanur Rahman ID# Course Name: Management Information System Submission Date: February 05, 2010 INTERACTIVE INTERVIEW/SESSION: MANAGING TRAVEL EXPENSES QUES 1: What kinds of systems are described here? What valuable information do they provide for employees and managers? What decisions do they support? Answer: Firstly, Transaction Processing...
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  • The Travel Expense Billing Controversy and False Claims Act
    The Travel Expense Billing Controversy and False Claims Act PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC), a major accounting firm, was engaged in unethical billing practices that generated millions of dollars in additional revenue to the company. PwC was charging its clients the full price of airline tickets and other travel expenses, such as hotel rooms and car rentals, while it was actually expending only a small percentage of the full amount billed to its clients due to applied rebates and discounts...
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  • Student - 614 Words
    Chapter 8 Page 320 8.1 The short-term effect on the financial statements for improperly capitalizing expenditures is to increase net income since expensed items are included just like assets while the long-term effect is pretty much similar to short-term effect because the assets are charged to expense as depreciation. Page 324 8.3 A purchasing manager can direct purchases toward vendors who provide the manager kick-backs. This can be prevented by notifying suppliers that the company will...
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  • Gaap and Ethics - 466 Words
    Wilson Blowhard has been successful with his communication company and is now looking into ways to continue improving his business. Being able to sell the business would set him up with the retirement he wants as long as profits are increasing. As long as there are increasing profits the net worth of the business will also increase, therefore allowing Mr. Blowhard to be able to sell his business for a higher price. He knows this can be a challenge but he also knows it is possible. Mr....
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  • Module 6 Case Study
    Module 6 Case Study Near the end of 2013, the management of Simid Sports Co., a manufacturing company, prepared the following estimated balance sheet for December 31, 2013. To prepare a master budget for January, February, and March of 2014, management has gathered the following information: Simid Sports’ single product is purchased for $30 per unit and resold for $55 per unit. The expected inventory level of 2,500 units on December 31, 2013, is more than management’s desired level for 2014...
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  • business plan - 3226 Words
    Executive Summary Type of Business Nature Gran Empreza company is a retail and manufacturing company who produce the product at the same time we sell it to the market. We focus in the quality and changes of the product for the improvement and having an edge in competitors. Our Company Name Our Company name is Gran Empreza came from the Latin word which means Big Company. We use this name in different reasons such as (1) forecasting and seeing this product in bigger picture. (2) From...
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  • Managerial Accounting 8ed Chapter3
    CHAPTER 3 PROBLEM 3-43 (35 MINUTES) 1. Predetermined overhead rate = budgeted overhead ÷ budgeted direct-labor cost = $2,730,000 ÷ $2,100,000 = 130% of direct labor cost 2. Additions (debits) total $7,802,500 [$2,800,000 + $2,175,000 + ($2,175,000 x 130%)]. 3. The finished-goods inventory consisted of job no. 3154, which cost $175,750 [$78,000 + $42,500 + ($42,500 x 130%)]. 4. Since there is no work in process at year-end, all amounts in the Work-in-Process account must...
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  • Analyzing the Master Budget. - 601 Words
    A master budget is a summary of a company's plans in which specific targets are set for sales, production, distribution, and financing activities and that generally culminates in a cash budget, budgeted income statement, and budgeted balance sheet (www.mcgrawhill.ca/college/garrison5/student/olc/5mag). The "Analyzing the Master Budget" simulation summary takes you through different scenarios where changes occur in the master budget. These changes require that you analyze the impact and make...
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  • Theme 5 Measuring Periodic Income Acctg Notes
    Theme 5 Measuring Periodic Income Part A Balance Day Adjustments Learning Objectives a) state the meaning, types and purposes of balance day or date b) explain the meaning and purpose of balance day adjustments c) describe the relationships between going concern, accounting period and matching concept d) adjust and record prepaid expenses, expenses due, income accrued and income received in advance on balance day e) adjust and record bad debts, bad...
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  • acct 553 - 364 Words
    ACCT553 Week 3 Homework – ANDRE SILVA ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­_________________________________________________________ Please provide your answer to each question in the space provided below. When finished, submit to the DropBox. Chapter 7 1. In your "own" words, please describe what a "Suspended Loss" is, how it is generated and when it is becomes deductible. (5 pts) Suspended losses occur when losses from passive activities exceed income from passive activities in a tax year. The...
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  • Texas Instruments - 507 Words
    Case Analysis: Case 13-3 Texas Instruments and Hewlett-Packard Texas Instruments and Hewlett-Packard competed in similar industries which both developed, manufactured, and sold high-technology electric and electronic products; however, they had very different strategies. TI’s general business strategy was competitive advantage for large, standard markets based on long-run cost position; however, HP’s general business strategy was competitive advantage for selected small markets based on...
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  • Final Powerpoint ACC340 - 661 Words
    Riordin Manufacturing Company Team A: Neal Hennessy, DeDe Gearhardt, and Jennifer Walker ACC/340 – Accounting Information Systems I February 23, 2015 Joyce Williams Introduction Riordan Manufacturing Inc. Dr. Riordin started Riordin Manufacturing Inc. in the year 1991. This is an industry leading in using polymer materials to provide solutions to customers challenges. Production:  Beverage containers, beverage makers, and bottlers.  Automotive parts, aircraft parts, appliances Custom parts...
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  • Annual Report of Ogdcl - 473 Words
    Financial Statements for OIL & GAS DEVELOPMENT CO LTD (OGDC) Year over year, Oil and Gas Development Co., Ltd. has been able to grow revenues from 115.7B to 125.8B. Most impressively, the company has been able to reduce the percentage of sales devoted to cost of goods sold from 20.99% to 20.14%. This was a driver that led to a bottom line growth from 55.5B to 59.2B. View Income Statement In U.S. Dollar Currency in Millions of Pakistan Rupees As of: Jun 30 2007 Reclassified PKR Jun 30...
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  • Profits Tax Answer2013 - 459 Words
    Answer (a) Marvel Limited Profits tax computation Year of assessment 2008/09 Basis period: year ended 31 January 2009 $ $ Profits per accounts 23,000 Add: Sales proceeds of computer 8,000 Commission to undisclosed recipients 100,000 Contributions to recognized retirement scheme ($90,000 – $500,000 x 15%) + ($54,000 – $300,000 x 15%) 24,000 Interest paid to Marce Ltd 120,000 Loan to employee written off 90,000 Increase in general provision ($180,000 – 60,000 $120,000) Donations...
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  • Investment Appraisal - 2426 Words
    Table of Contents Background of chosen business 3 Selling price analysis 3 Budgeted income Statement for 5 years 3 Sales budget for 5 years 3 Purchase budget 3 Wages Budget 3 Other expenses 3 Net Present Value Statement 3 Recommendation 3 Personal Learning Experience 3 Background of chosen business For the purpose of investment appraisal assignment we have chosen a fancy furniture business in which we have selected three items which we are going to sell in our business....
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  • Tax 1 - 762 Words
    Question 4 (22 marks) You, a CGA, are given the following information regarding Stoiche Anders. a. Stoiche Anders is 49 years old and is married to Dimmi. Stoiche has been employed by Fasco Ltd. for a number of years as an engineer. His salary for 2011 was $168,898 as shown on his T4. Amounts paid by Fasco Ltd. on behalf of Stoiche and not included on his T4 are as follows: • Retirement counselling fee $ 1,800 • Employer contributions to the company’s Registered Pension Plan $ 675...
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  • Audit procedure - 877 Words
     Auditing procedures: Five assertions: 1. Occurrence: Define: transactions and events that have been recorded have occurred and pertain to the entity. Explain: sales and purchases shown in the income statement belong to the company and are real, that is they actually took place. 2. Completeness: Define: all transactions and events that should have been recorded have been recorded. Explain: all the individual transactions making up the balances in the income statement are recorded; no...
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  • Fall2011 Test2 - 1408 Words
    Name ___________________________________________ Accounting 201 Unit Test II Instructor: Tracy Gillis VERSION ONE Fall 2011 * You can take the exam apart if you wish, but return ALL pages, even if unused. * There are six multiple choice questions and four problems for a total of 35 marks. * Watch your time, 1.8 minutes per mark * Show all of your work on the blank pages provided. Do not crowd your work. 1. ___ | 2. ___ | 3. ___ | 4. ___ |...
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  • Cost Principle for Asset Evaluation
    Cost Principle for Computing the Cost of Plant Assets Plant assets are recorded at cost when acquired. This is consistent with the cost principle. Cost includes all normal and reasonable expenditures necessary to get the asset in place and ready for its intended use. The cost of a factory machine, for instance, includes its invoice cost less any cash discount for early payment, plus any necessary freight, unpacking, assembling, installing, and testing costs. Examples are the costs of building a...
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  • Jet task 2 - 421 Words
    Jet 2 Task 2 1. There are a few areas of concern with the Budget that Competition Bike, Inc. has displayed within their budget for year 9. The most prominent area of concern in is in the Revenue section of the budget. In the budget for year 9, Competition has included units sold to be 3510. This is a lofty prediction given that year 8 had seen such a big decline in that number. In year 8, Competition sold 3400 units, but the previous year had sold around 4000 units, a 15 % decline. The...
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  • Payroll System - 750 Words
    Presentation Outline: i. Understanding payroll system. ii. Types of transactions and financial statements affected. iii. Types of documents and records involved in the payroll cycle. iv. Major functions in the payroll cycle. 1. Understanding payroll system. (What is payroll system?) * A payroll system involves everything that has to do with the payment of employees and the filing of employment taxes. This includes keeping track of hours, calculating wages,...
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  • Skyview Manor - 809 Words
    1. On average, how many rooms must be rented each night in season for the hotel to breakeven? We calculate the blended rate for each of the wings using the single room and double room rates and occupancy ratios. The daily expense during the season is - Hence to break even we must have occupancy to cover $1,153.42 in costs on a daily basis. Assuming equal occupancy (x) in East Wing and West Wing we get the equation as (24*30 + 19*50)*x = 1153.42. We get occupancy as 69.1 percent....
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  • Comparing and Contrasting Different Types of Accounting
    In this paper I will compare and contrast different types of accounting. The focus will be on the following types; accrual, cash flow and fund accounting. I aim to show the strength and weakness of each, how entries are made for each, how and if each method handles depreciation, how inventory is accounted for and if there any differences between organizations that use a certain method. Accrual accounting is mostly used by organizations that are for profit. Accounts using this method are...
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  • Cost Management Midwest Office
    JASON ZHANG GRISSOM ZENG HARRY LAM RICKY LO 1007609874 1155024921 1008600851 1155024902 1 Presentation Structure • Part I Introduction - Harry • Part II ABC Model Calculation - Jason • Part III Customer Managing - Ricky • Part IV Improvement & Strategy - Grissom 2 Part I. Introduction • Part I Introduction 3 Part I. Introduction Who we are? • Regional distributor of office supplies • Writing implement (such as pens, pencils and markers) • Specialty paper...
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  • Taxable Income and Deductions - 620 Words
    Question 1: Jane’s salary of $230,000 per year, covering both stand-by duties and normal duties, gives rise to assessable income.1 Nonetheless, her normal travel expenses from home to the place of employment or business are not deductible under Section 8-1 as such costs are not qualified to satisfy the positive limb of the general deductions provisions, that is, they are not sufficiently related to the production of assessable income.2 Rather, the normal travelling expenses are incurred because...
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  • Hubbart Formula - 418 Words
    Problem: Reference : Kasavana Brooks, 5th Edition, Pg. 351 Hubbart Formula Approach, Room Pricing The Casa Vana Inn, a 200 room property, is projected to cost $9,900,000 inclusive of land, building, equipment, and furniture. An additional $100,000 is needed for working capital, bringing the total cost of construction and opening to $10,000,000. The hotel is financed with a loan of $7,500,000 at 12% annual interest and cash of $2,500,000 provided by the owners. The owners desire a 15% annual...
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  • hubbarts formula - 534 Words
    Hubbarts formula: This is another method used in calculating the tariff structure. This method considers the operating costs, desired costs, & the expected number of rooms sold. This is also called the bottoms up approach because the net income appears first in the Hubbarts formula whereas in the income statement this is the last entry. This calculation is exactly opposite to the calculation of the income statement. This formula involves eight steps of calculation: 1. Calculate the hotels...
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  • College Algebra - Payroll Assignment
    Week 6 Teamwork Assignment Task #1: Weekly pay before deductions or expenses Job 1: $50,310 / 52 week in a year = $967.50 Job 2: 6 hours a day x 5 days a week x $20.50 = $615.00 Task #2: Weekly payroll deductions Job 1: $967.50 x 0.15 = $145.13 Job 2: $615 x 0.12 = $73.80 Task #3: Weekly job-related expenses Job 1: Daycare: $175.00 After school program: $75.00 Clothing:...
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  • Computerized Tracking System in the Accounting Office - Provincial Capitol of Apayao
    COMPUTERIZED TRACKING SYSTEM IN THE ACCOUNTING OFFICE - PROVINCIAL CAPITOL OF APAYAO ______________________________________________________________________ A System Proposal Presented to the Faculty Graduate School Angeles University Foundation In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the degree Master of Information Technology _____________________________________________________________________ By: Imelda M. Taguiam November 2012 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION...
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  • Management Principles & Practice - 664 Words
    ONLINE CASE The Wallingford Bowling Center A group of twelve lifelong friends put together $1,200,000 of their own funds and built a $6,000,000, 48-lane bowling alley, near Norfolk, Virginia. Two of the investors became employees of the corporation. Ned Flanders works full-time as General Manager and James Ahmad, a licensed CPA, serves as Controller on a part-time basis. The beautiful, modern-day facility features a multilevel spacious interior with three rows of 16 lanes on two separate...
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  • Cost and Efficiency of Ucbl in Bangladesh
    Cost and Efficiency of UCBL in Bangladesh United Commercial Bank Limited (UCBL), one of the first generation private sector banks in Bangladesh, commenced its commercial operation from June 1983 and capital market operation from 1986. In this report, we have analyzed the cost structure, profitability and operating efficiency of this bank and the relationship of cost with the profitability. |Interest Expenses |2002 |2003...
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  • Acc/291 Week 1
    Week 1, DQ 1: How would you describe the entries to record the disposition of accounts receivables? What is their function? Since the majority of US thrive on the use of credit cards, the accounts receivables for a company may no longer be on a cash-to-cash basis. A company may need to sell these accounts to other companies who specialize in handling accounts receivables if they need cash more quickly or if it would be too costly to perform the necessary billing to collect on the account....
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  • The Audit Procedures - 359 Words
    1.Identify FOUR (4) types of documents and its functions in Payroll and Personnel Audit Cycle 2. Give TWO (2) examples of each of Substantive Analytical Procedures in Payroll & Personnel Audit Cycle when auditing the accounts below: i- Payroll Expense Accounts ii- Payroll-Related Accrual Accounts 3. Describe the duties that are performed within the personnel, timekeeping, and payroll processing functions. 4.a. Describe what are the key authorisation points in a payroll system....
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  • Manage Budgets and financial plan
    Task 01 Activity A - Important Notes: According to company strategic plans, the company aims to achieve a net profit before tax of $1,000,000. The chief risks to this goal are: poor sales due to economic downturn increases in expenses such as wage expenses. In addition to Australian operations, the company is considering manufacturing overseas to take advantage of reduced costs. The company is also considering diversifying its product range to reduce exposure to poor sales of one product....
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  • The Autobiography of a School Bag - 4449 Words
    TAKE HOME FULL LENGTH TEST – June 2011 ACCOUNTS AND LAW Maximum Marks: 100 Time: 2 Hours SECTION-A Accounts Q1. The ‘going concern concept’ is the underlying basis for (a) Stating fixed assets at their realizable values. (b) Disclosing the market value of securities (c) Disclosing the sales and other operating information in the income statement (d) None of the above. Q2. Rs. 1500 received from sub-tenant for rent and entered correctly in the cash book is posted to the...
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  • Accounting - Club - 701 Words
    Accounting Project James Nevin Term 2 2012 Income, Expenses and Recording System Income: The Western Cape Soccer Club has multiple sources of income, the main ones being: * Membership Fees – The Club has 260 members who pay different annual prices. Juniors pay R100 per annum and adults pay R250 per annum. * Entrance Fees – The Club charges entrance fees for all new members. Juniors pay a fee of R200 and adults pay a fee of R400. * Tuckshop and Bar – The Club runs a tuckshop...
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  • Robin Hood Project - 6808 Words
    Avans Hogeschool 2010-2011 Robin Hood Report Strategic Business Decisions SBD SBD Team 13 Fanny Moreau Mandy Ramaekers Julia Burkhardt Gabor Pap Zsolt Braun Reiner Stieger Cher Werner Zhen Yang SUMMARY 1. Management Summary 2. Marketing Summary 3. Finance Summary Appendix 1. Management Part a. Mission Statement b. Vision Statement c. Strategy d. Corporate strategy e. Size of the Entire Robin Hood...
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  • Feasibility Report - 1508 Words
    SUKKUR FLOUR MILL Table of contents 1: Introduction 2: Background 3: Mission Statement 4: Technical Aspects 5: Objective of Project 6: Location of Project 7: Implementation schedule 8: Funding 9: Product & Service 10: Process 11: Target Market 12: Summary of Project • Land and building requirement • Estimated project cost • Estimated Demand...
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  • Rock Creek Golf Club
    Case 27-2: Rock Creek Golf Club Submitted by: Adam Kessler Submitted to: Dr. Alan Czyzewski Submitted for: MBA 613 Submitted on: Wednesday, 4/11/12 Question 1 An amortization table has been completed regarding the potential loan that RCGC would need to obtain in order to fund the purchase of 40 gasoline-powered golf carts. RCGC would need to obtain a loan for $89,600 at an eight percent interest rate for five years with a payment due at the end of each year in order to fund the...
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  • Cash Budget and Report Analysis
    Introduction For this piece of assignment, a cash budget will be made for Doomy Corporation for the second quarter of the year. For this budget, all the sales figures for the second quarter and some of the expenditure have been given. Hence, to prepare a cash budget, the sales figure given will be used and some calculations will be worked out in order to fully prepare an outstanding budget for Doomy Corporation the following information will be used efficiently. “Doomy Corporation, a rapidly...
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  • Business Plan - 1776 Words
    BUSINESS PLAN GLOBAL MUSHROOM COMPANY LTD. -“quality first” MS in Agricultural Economics(Agribusiness and Marketing) MD. TAUHIDUL ISLAM LEVEL-4; SEMESTER-1 ID. NO.: 09 AEAM JD 03M REG. NO.:31636 Group : C DEPT. of AGRIBUSINESS & MARKETING BANGLADESH AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY. MYMENSINGH BUSINESS PLAN SECTION...
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  • Fin 486 Final Exam
    Finance 486 Final Exam 1. Income Statement Preparation - 25 points a. Prepare an income statement for Cathy Chen, CPA, for the year ended December 31, 2009 Cathy Chen, CPA Income Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 2009 | Sales revenue | | $360,000 | Less: Operating expenses | | |  Salaries | 180,000 | |  Employment taxes and benefits | 34,600 | |  Supplies | 10,400 | |  Travel & entertainment | 17,000 | |  Lease payment | 32,400 | |...
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  • Solutions Chap 8 Suggested Exercises
    Solutions Chap 8 Suggested Exercises 2. Howard Bowen’s cotton farm analysis appears below. a. Accounting profits: Revenues $5,000,000 Less: Variable operating costs 4,500,000 Less: Depreciation 40,000 Less: Wages 50,000 Equals: Operating Income $410,000 Less: Interest expense 400,000 Accounting income before tax +$10,000 b. Economic profits: Revenues $5,000,000 Less: Variable operating costs 4,500,000 Less:...
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  • Operating Costs and Productivity Measures
    MIT ICAT Operating Costs and Productivity Measures Dr. Peter P. Belobaba 16.75J/1.234J Airline Management February 15, 2006 MIT ICAT DOT Form 41 • Form 41 contains traffic, financial, and operating cost data reported to the DOT by US Major airlines – Data is reported and published quarterly for most tables – Detail of reporting differs for different expense categories • Aircraft operating expenses by aircraft type and region of operation • Other expenses more difficult to...
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  • Elis Printing Case - 492 Words
    International Accounting Prof. William Hancock Ellis printing Case Ellis printing Case 1. Prepare Ellis printing Company’s cash budget for the 1st half of 2007 | | | Jan-07 | Feb-07 | Mar-07 | Apr-07 | May-07 | Jun-07 | I. Cash Input | | | | | | | | | Receipt, 1% discount, Month (1st -20th ) | 6,600 | 9,240 | 11,220 | 13,200 | 9,240 | 6,600 | | Receipt, 1% discount, Month+1 (21st - 30th ) | 2,640 | 3,300 | 4,620 | 5,610 | 6,600 |...
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  • Rug Bug Corporation - 5985 Words
    Case 3C RUG BUG CORPORATION A. L. Young has come a long way with his latest invention, the Rug Bug, a motorized wheelchair made especially for children. His lightweight, relatively inexpensive model has no direct competition in a field dominated by companies that produce scaled-down versions of adult models that are inappropriate to the needs of children. A working prototype has been built, office space and manufacturing capacity contracted, and an initial sales force recruited. The only...
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  • Account Alevels - 2443 Words
    Question 1 Imperial Luxurious is a business providing marketing design services. On 1 March 2011 the following balances were extracted from the books: £ Capital 150 000 Premises 120 000 Fixtures and fittings 24 000 Provisions for depreciation on: premises 5 000 fixtures and fittings 6 000 Debtors 17 500 Creditors 8 500 Bank 8 000 For the month of March the following summarised transactions occurred: • Credit sales of £28 000 were...
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  • Marketing Stratagy - 387 Words
     HDFC Life is focused on sales quality and enjoys significant cross-selling opportunity through HDFC and HDFC Bank. Though efficiency ratios look weak (as the company is in investment mode), we believe it will be able to deliver return ratios in line with comparable peers (SBI Life and ICICI Prudential). HDFC Life: ‘Need-based sales’ focus to continue With persistency and operating risks spiralling, following new product guidelines, most insurers have adopted a conservative stance and have...
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  • accounting clubs - 251 Words
    1) Sources of income The main sources of income for the Cape Soccer Club are: • The membership fees paid by the members. We charge R450 per annum for adults and R120 per annum for juniors. • Joining fees. R400 joining fee for adults and a R200 joining fee for juniors. • The tuck shop where we sell a range of refreshments. • The Pro-Shop where we sell club jerseys, tracksuits, T-shirts and socks. 2) Expenditure The main items of expenditure of our club are: • Salaries and...
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