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Banks and Relations Amber Aponte Colorado Technical University When it comes to financial transactions, I have never even went near a bank. Can you believe it? I pay my bills. I cash my checks. I check my finances every single day. And yet, I never go near a bank. In fact no one I know does their banking in an actual bank. We do all of our banking online. They can do their financial transactions from their telephone, tablet, smart tv, laptop, ps3 or xbox. If you have internet access and a web browser, theres nothing you cant do. This means that...

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A bank charges 10 per month plus the following check fees for a commercial checking account: .10 each for fewer than 20 checks .08 each for 20-39 checks .06 each for 40-59 checks .04 each for 60 or more checks Write a program that asks for the number of checks written durign the past month, then computes an displays the bank's fees for the month. #include iostream using namespace std; int main () { int numChecks; cout "Please enter an integer value for number of checks written : "; cin numChecks; cout "Number of checks written for the month " ...

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What determines whether a financial asset is included in the M1 money supply Why are interest-earning checkable deposits included in M1, whereas interest-earning savings accounts and Treasury bills are not? 2. Why are banks able to maintain reserves that are only a fraction of the demand and savings deposits of their customers? Is your money safe in a bank? Why or why not? Sol: (1) If the financial asset is in current circulation, then only will it be included in the M1 money supply. The M1 money supply involves all the physical money including coins and currency as well as...

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ACC 205 Week 2 DQ Bank Reconciliation 1 Bank Reconciliation What is the purpose of a bank reconciliation? What are the reasons for differences between the cash reported in the accounting records and the cash balance in the bank statements? Analyze several of your peers' posts. Let at least two of your peers know what happens to the discrepancies between the book balance and the bank balance. Could these differences just be written off? Guided Response: A bank reconciliation reconciles the bank account balance per the books to the actual bank balance. Outstanding...

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? ACC 281 Week 2 Dq 1 What effect does a debit memo in a bank statement have on the Cash account? A bank debit memo is an entry on the bank statement refers to a deduction from the account's balance. Edmonds (2010) explains, "Since a checking account is an asset (cash) to the depositor, a bank statement debit memo requires a credit entry to the cash account on the depositor's books". (p. 145). For example, any time I use my debit card, the amount is applied directly to my checking account subtracting the amount from my available balance. If a debit memo in the amount of 50 for...

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ACC 281 week 2 dq 1 What effect does a debit memo in a bank statement have on the Cash account? A bank debit memo is an entry on the bank statement refers to a deduction from the account's balance. Edmonds (2010) explains, "Since a checking account is an asset (cash) to the depositor, a bank statement debit memo requires a credit entry to the cash account on the depositor's books". (p. 145). For example, any time I use my debit card, the amount is applied directly to my checking account subtracting the amount from my available balance. If a debit memo in the amount of 50 for bank fee...

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ACC 281 week 2 dq 1 What effect does a debit memo in a bank statement have on the Cash account? A bank debit memo is an entry on the bank statement refers to a deduction from the account's balance. Edmonds (2010) explains, "Since a checking account is an asset (cash) to the depositor, a bank statement debit memo requires a credit entry to the cash account on the depositor's books". (p. 145). For example, any time I use my debit card, the amount is applied directly to my checking account subtracting the amount from my available balance. If a debit memo in the amount of 50 for bank fee...

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Assignment 2 Use Cases As an intern software developer for a retail bank, you have been tasked with developing use cases to support the ATM service. Prepare a 5-6 page paper in which you: Describe (in a one to two (1-2) page narrative) a use case, complete with typical and alternate courses, that documents the event of a bank customer withdrawing money from an ATM. Illustrate the use case using Visio or a similar product. Describe (in a one to two (1-2) page narrative) a use case dependency for making an account deposit. Illustrate this use case with Visio or a similar...

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Value of Money 1. Which of the following would be considered a contingent liability? A. Mortgage obligation B. Accounts payable obligation C. Pending legal action D. Sales tax obligation 2. A repair that extends the useful life of an asset would be considered a/an A. ordinary repair. B. extraordinary repair. C. betterment. D. capital expense 3. Jewell Company has current assets of $56,000; long-term assets of $135,000; current liabilities of $44,000; and long-term liabilities of $90,000. Jewell Company's debt ratio is A. 70.2%. B. 127.3%. C. 239.3%. D. 78.6%. 4. A patent has...

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**4.** Find the accumulated amount at the end of 8 months on a \$1200 bank deposit paying simple interest at a rate 7%/year. **6.** A bank deposit paying simple interest at the rate of 5%/year grew a sum of \$3100 in 10 months. Find the principal. **42. RETIREMENT FUNDS:** Five and a half years ago, Chris invested $10,000 in a retirement fund that grew at the rate of 10.82%/year compounded quarterly. What is his account worth today? **16. SAVINGS ACCOUNT:** If Jackson deposits \$100 at the end of each month in a savings account earning interest at the rate of 8%/year compounded monthly,...

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**A++ Work, solved by a real tutor in Financial Management Question 1 Enacted by the Federal government in 2000, a prospective payment system for hospital outpatient services similar to DRGs, which reimburses a fixed amount for a bundled set of services is known as_____________ Question 2 The need to abide by government regulations, whether they be for the provision of care, billing, privacy, accounting standards, security, or the like is known as risk management. True False Question 3 Efforts that have been enacted by providers to control costs include: •Shifting to...

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ACC 556 Week 5 Midterm part 1 may choose any inventory costing method it desires as long as the cost flow assumption chosen is consistent with the physical movement of goods in the company. True False aging of accounts receivable schedule is based on the premise that the longer the period an account remains unpaid, the greater the probability that it will eventually be collected. True False obtain maximum benefit from a bank reconciliation, the reconciliation should be prepared by the employee authorized to sign checks. True False 4. Expense recognition is tied to revenue...

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Rahul invested \$70,000 in a bank at the rate of 6.5% p.a. simple interest rate. He received $85,925 after the end of term. Find out the period for which sum was invested by Rahul.

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Kapil deposited some amount in a bank for $7\frac{1}{2}$ years at the rate $6\%$ p.a. simple interest. Kapil received $\$101,500$ at the end of the term. Compute initial deposit of Kapil.

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Sania deposited $50,000 in a bank for two years with the interest rate of 5.5% p.a. a) How much interest would she earn? b) What will be the final value of investment?

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Bus 640 Week 1 A generous university benefactor has agreed to donate a large amount of money for student scholarships. The money can be provided in one lump-sum of 10mln, or in parts, where can be provided in year 1, and another can be provided in year 2. a) Assuming the opportunity interest rate is 6%, what is the present value of the second alternative? According to Douglas, "a dollar received in the present period is worth more than a dollar received in a future period" (2010, ch. 1.4). The reasoning behind this is that an amount received today can be deposited...

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A+Solution his is a fairly straight-forward assignment. You will explain some type of process to your reader. It can be any process you like, but the final essay must be at least 400 words in length. Suggested topics: a recipe, how to change a diaper, how to change the oil in a car, how to get accepted to a university, how to open a bank account, how to get a job, etc. You can write on any topic you wish, but be careful! Make sure you can fully explain your process in 400-500 words. Don’t choose a topic too big or too small, and choose something you believe will be interesting to...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**BUS 335 Week 4 Assignment 1 - Staffing Plan for a Growing Business** Please choose from one (1) of the scenarios below. Note: The scenario that you choose in this assignment will be the one (1) with which you continue for Assignment 2. Scenario 1 You are a Human Resources Manager of an expanding technology company consisting of 170 employees that develops and distributes small electronic devices. Over the past two (2) years, a research group formed, designed, and built prototypes of small remote surveillance cameras used for security. Recently, your company...

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How didthe Federal Reserve System try to solve problems from the National Banking Act? Was it successful? Explain. Under the National Banking Acts, banks were capable of counting deposit as reserves; therefore, these banks could operate short of savings. "This occurred because as a bank suffered from shortage of cash to meet extractions; the bank would draw down its deposits at other banks to get cash, thus making the other bank operate short of cash. Because the nation's banknote currency supply was restricted by the amount of government bonds outstanding, when the public required...

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1) According to economics, what causes us to have to make choices? 2) Why do consumers have to make tradeoffs in deciding what to consume? 3) What is the term in economics by which a group of buyers and sellers of a product come together to trade? 4) Which of the following is not a critical function of the government in facilitating the operation of a market economy? 5) Which of the following statements describes the actions of producers in the circular flow model? 6) Which of the following is an example of spending on goods and services in the circular flow model? 7) If a 35 percent...

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Capital Markets and Investment Banking Process Paper Capital Markets and Investment Banking Process Paper Jennifer Skorich University of Phoenix FIN 402 - Investment Fundamentals and Portfolio Management April 24, 2010 Capital Markets and Investment Banking Process Paper Investment banks provide an abundance of crucial services to the economy. The first important role of investment bank is to assist public and private corporations in raising funds for the capital markets. A second service is to provide strategic advisory services for mergers and acquisitions. These institutions...

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1) Why do consumers have to make tradeoffs in deciding what to consume? A. there are not enough of all goods produced. B. they are limited by a budget constraint. C. the prices of goods vary. D. not all goods give them the same amount of satisfaction. 2) Economics does not study correct or incorrect behaviors, but rather it assumes that economic agents make the best decisions given their knowledge of the costs and benefits. What term best describes this behavior? A. selfishly B. emotionally C. rationally D. equitably 3) Consider a good whose consumption takes place publicly. On...

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The Banking Industry Regulation Name Institution Affiliation Date The banking industry is heavily regulated. Explain why the regulations failed to prevent the 2007-2009. A solid system of bank regulation is crucial in ensuring that banks or financial institutions have concentrated levels of risks that could be very detrimental to the banking and financial system (Friedman, 2011). Since people believe that regulators are able to see problems and act on them before the market does, regulation adds more systematic risk to the system. This creates an illusion of higher stability...

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Week 3 - Discussion 1 Exchange Rate Risk From Chapter 16, complete problem 13 (page 382): Relate the problem of exchange rate risk in international banking to interest rate risk in domestic banking. On the basis of your understanding of interest rate risk, suggest strategies for managing exchange rate risk in international banking. The problem of the interest rate risk in domestic banking is reflected in a mismatch of the duration of a bank's assets and liabilities On the other hand, the problem of the exchange rate risk in international banking is reflected in the mismatch in the...

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Bank of America I. Introduction Among the nation's largest banks by assets alongside JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup Operates one of the country's most extensive branch networks with about 5300 locations and more than 16300 ATMs Core services include consumer and small business banking, corporate banking, credit cards, mortgage lending, and asset management About 140 years of experience in the industry Company Type : Public (NYSE:BAC) Headquarters: Charlotte, NC #21 in Fortune 500 #51 in FT Global 500 Purpose of the Study: Perform a company and financial analysis to assess the...

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The Banking Industry BUS620: Managerial Marketing (NAC1440A) The Banking Industry Abstract The art of safe-keeping, which formed the base for the emergence of the banking system is the oldest and the trickiest. The system can be tracked back down the medieval ages at the time of merchants and goldsmiths. Chiline (2002) defined the bank as a financial institution that act as an intermediary in the economy by accepting deposits and making loans. The basic functions banks perform include lending, acceptance of deposits from customers, provision of mechanisms for payment and...

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ECON 312 Principles of Economics Week 1 Week 1 Discussion Opportunity Cost (Graded) Give an example of how the Principle of Opportunity Cost applies to your life. Think of a recent decision you made. It could be a decision as simple as whether to eat out or cook your own dinner, or it could be a decision to quit your job and go back to school. What alternatives did you consider? How did you arrive at your final decision? Did you implicitly weigh marginal cost and marginal benefit? How does the concept of opportunity cost apply to production possibilities curve (PPC) analysis? How can...

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ECON 312 Principles of Economics Week 6 Week 6 Discussion Money and Banking (Graded) What factors led to the mortgage default crisis? How did mortgage defaults affect banks involved in mortgage lending and mortgage investing? Securitization? TARP? What do these mean? How did mortgage-backed securities spread losses during the mortgage default crisis? How does TARP illustrate the problem of moral hazard? What did the Federal Reserve do during the financial crisis of 2008 and 2009? How did the recent financial crisis affect the financial services industry? What are some of the major...

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Based on your knowledge, experiences, and the readings, explain what psychological effects a cyberterrorism attack against the U.S. banking system would have on the U.S. economy. ANSWER: A cyber terrorism attack against the U.S. banking system can render dire consequences that can negatively affect the U.S. economy. It is a matter of fact that the success of the banking industry depends greatly upon consumer confidence on the services provided by the banking sectors, and if any kind of cyber terrorism attack devastates the smooth running of the systems of the banks then it will mean a...

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**ECO 316 Complete Course** Week 1 ECO 316 Week 1 Quiz Discussion Questions What are the implications of a U.S. policy to bail out firms and heavily subsidize the economy? How could such a policy create inflation and higher interest rates? If you have cash available should you wait until interest rates rise? Treasury Inflation Protection Bonds From Chapter 6, read the case on pages 126-127 (Japan Inflation-Linked Bonds). Week 2 ECO 316 Week 2 Quiz Discussion Questions My company just came out with a new product? Should I buy a bunch of company stock and get rich? What are the...

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CSCI 620 Final Examination A+ Grade Solutions Description Please read carefully the case study that you have to solve. Your statements have to be logically justified. Your diagrams have to be detailed and well explained. The case study is open ended, so you will have to make assumptions and consistently use them throughout the entire paper. You can use the book, other network security related books, the presentations and the Internet as references. Any source used has to be referenced. Case Study You have been named the CIO administrator for a small size bank, which has nine...

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Question 1 of 10 The supply of money in the U.S. economy is determined primarily by A. decisions made by the Federal Reserve and the U.S. Treasury. B. the actions of the Federal Reserve and the banking system. C. consumers and the banking system. D. the demand for money in the economy. Question 2 of 10 One of the essential functions that a bank performs is A. purchasing government bonds. B. creating deposits by lending required reserves. C. transferring money from savers to lenders. D. owning assets like real estate. Question 3 of 10 At lower...

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Capital One Bank Customer Service Training Design Capital One Bank Customer Service Training Design Capital One Bank's business strategy has been to buy regional banks to get access to their deposits, which the company uses as a cheap source of funding for its more lucrative, high annual percentage rate, credit card operations; an internal growth strategy. There is a dichotomy in their customer service strategy; the banking operation requires a relationship with the customer that allows the customer to feel that their money is going to be taken care of. The credit card operation...

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The Effect of Bank Lending on the Economy In conducting expansionary monetary policy, even if the Federal Reserve Bank is providing reserves to the banking system, during a recession or during periods of slow economic growth, banks may choose not to lend out their reserves when interest rates are low and potential borrowers look risky. This is known as a "credit crunch". Explain how a credit crunch affects economic growth. Specifically, answer these questions in your post: How does a credit crunch affect consumer spending and business investment? How does a credit crunch affect...

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A+ SOLUTION The purpose of this proposal is to analyze the benefits of adding a venture capital division within the investment-banking department at Barker Group (an investment bank). What I need is a paper that analyzes what venture capital is, how profitable of a business it is, how it is going for other investment banks who deal with venture capital, how profitable venture capital firms are. Basically WHY they need to start a venture capital division. Also I need a plan of implementation, how it will work within the bank, what kind of employees will be needed, where will they...

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FIN 564 Management of Financial Institutions (Fall 2016) Fifth Third Bank Analysis Course Project FIN564 Management of Financial Institutions Professor Paul Tovbin February 21, 2016 This paper is a comprehensive analysis of the financial standing of Fifth Third Bank. In the first part we will review Fifth Third Banks profile, mission statement and future direction. Later we will take a look at Fifth Third Banks financial statements and review some ratios from the past 5 years. For this paper Fifth Third Bank will be compared to PNC Bank one of their competitors in the Chicago land...

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HCA 270 Cash Management Services Cash Management Services Cash Management Services There are many different options available when choosing a bank that does offer cash management solutions to fit into one's individual needs. The cash management tools that are offered by a number of different banks can be a beneficial aspect to any businesses or someone's personal gain. In today's report, I will be reviewing three banks and examine in accordance to the bank's. The three banks that I have chosen to review would be US Bank, Home Federal, and Wells Fargo. These banks are going to be...

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ECO 550 Week 9 eActivity Use the Internet and Strayer databases to research some of the major banking regulations (e.g., Dodd Frank, tax import / export restrictions, etc.). Take note of the impact that these regulations have on business growth and profitability. Be prepared to discuss. Answer - The global financial crisis which began in 2007 has a great impact the banking regulations and public scrutiny. Expectations of the regulators were growing regarding the governance and regulation of the banking sector. According to the reserve board governor in charge of bank supervision,...

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Information Security Threats to the Banking Industry CMGT 400 University of Phoenix Information Security Threats to the Banking Industry To start off with I chose to go with our banking or financial industry. The banking industry is constantly getting attacked by various methods on a daily basis. I chose this industry because I happen to know someone who works in the security sector at Wells Fargo Bank, he was a good person to get information on what he sees on a daily or weekly basis. This paper is the opinion of myself and with gathered information from various...

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Elliot Karl is a 35-year old bank executive who has just inherit a large amount of money. Having spent several years in the bank's investment department, he is well aware of the concept of duration and decides to apply it to his bond portfolio. In particular, he intends to use 1 million of his inheritance to purchase four US Treasury bonds: 1) An 8.5%, 13-year bond that is priced at 1,045 to yield %. 2) A %, 15-year bond that is priced at 1,020 to yield %. 3) A 20-year zero-coupon stripped treasury that is priced at 202 to yield %. 4) A 24-year, 7.5% bond that is priced at 955 to yield...

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Assignment 2: Legal Problems Managing a Small Business Part II Read the scenario and the questions that follow. Note that this scenario is a continuation of the scenario from Week 3, Assignment 2. Identify the legal issue(s) and apply legal concepts and possible arguments for each question. Prepare a solution for each question using laws, cases, examples and/or other relevant materials. Identify potential ethical issues and propose a solution for each issue. Support your answers with information from the textbook and at least two outside scholarly sources. By Tuesday, October 1,...

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Unit 2 Individual Project IP3: Libyan Arab Foreign Bank v. Bankers Trust Company case Prepare a case brief Refer to the "How to Brief a Case" Web page at when preparing your case brief. Please submit your assignment. For assistance with your assignment, please use your text, Web resources, and all course materials. A+ Grade Solutions

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Hca 270 Cash Management Services Cash Management Services HCA/270 Cash Management Services Cash management services are ideal for most if not all businesses. These services provide businesses with the tools they need in order to ensure that their money is being handled properly. I am going to compare the cash management services that are offered at three banks: Old National Bank, Fifth Third Bank and Chase. Old National Bank I chose Old National Bank firs because this is a bank that I am very familiar with. We have our auto loan through Old National and my previous auto loan was...

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The best time to plan for a crisis is before it occurs, certainly not when you're in the midst of one. Basel III has a new framework for managing bank liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) is for a short term scenario. The Net Stable Funding Ratio (NSFR) is a longer term structure. Both address liquidity mismatches. Banks will induce stress scenarios that include partial loss of financing, rating downgrades, and loss of equity Management (ALM) for banks is dependent on the safeguards that the institution has enough cash on hand to meet all the commitments in any conceivable...

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BANK OF AMERICAS PRODUCT LAUNCH PLAN Bank of America's Product Launch Plan University of Phoenix MKT 571-Marketing Bank of America's Product Launch Plan (Shanti) Bank of America (BAC) is the second largest bank in the world and provides a wide range of financial services. The company has proven that domestically they can market online banking effectively. BAC has taken on the decision to expand internationally and launch a new product and must develop an effective product launch plan that is economical and rational. This paper will first provide a description and the position...

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1. Bankston Corporation forecasts that if all of its existing financial policies are followed, its proposed capital budget would be so large that it would have to issue new common stock. Since new stock has a higher cost than retained earnings, Bankston would like to avoid issuing new stock. Which of the following actions would REDUCE its need to issue new common stock? a. Increase the dividend payout ratio for the upcoming year. b. Increase the percentage of debt in the target capital structure. c. Increase the proposed capital budget. d. Reduce the amount of short-term bank debt in...

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Bank of America merica Corporation. Assessment of the external environment of the financial services sector; an internal/external assessment of B of A.; a strategy assessment; and recommendations to the Bank of America on how to maintain and strenghen its competitive position. Paper Introduction: strategic Management analysis bank of america Introduction The report presents the findings of a strategic management analysis ofBank of America Corporation a financial services company that participatesin most facets of the financial services sector Bank of America is anationwide financial...

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ACC 401 Week 1 Test Bank Assignment Week 1 Assignment - Problem 2-32 Generally Accepted Auditing Standards. Complete problem 2-32 (p. 59) and submit to your instructor. Write under the generally accepted auditing standards column the specific standard that was violated and how the action of Jones resulted in a failure to comply with each standard. Organize your answer as shown on page 59; specifically with a column for the standard that was violated and a column for the required action. The paper should be 2-3 pages. Problem 2-32 (p. 59): John Clinton, owner of Clinton Company,...

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**ACC 410 Week 1** Test Bank Assignment Week 1 Assignment - Problem 2-32 Generally Accepted Auditing Standards. Complete problem 2-32 (p. 59) and submit to your instructor. Write under the generally accepted auditing standards column the specific standard that was violated and how the action of Jones resulted in a failure to comply with each standard. Organize your answer as shown on page 59; specifically with a column for the standard that was violated and a column for the required action. The paper should be 2-3 pages. Problem 2-32 (p. 59): John Clinton, owner of Clinton Company,...

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Assignment 2 JPMorgan Chase Assignment 2: JPMorgan Chase In the summer of 2012, JPMorgan Chase, the biggest U.S. bank, announced trading losses from investment decisions made by its Chief Investment Office (CIO) of 5.8 billion. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was provided falsified first quarter reports that concealed this massive loss. Use the Internet or Strayer databases to research a different bank of your choosing. Write a three to four (3-4) page paper in which you: Discuss how administrative agencies like the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or...

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Time Value of Money Time Value of Money Terminology Terminology (AKA jargon) can be a major impediment to understanding the concepts of finance. Fortunately, the vocabulary of time value of money concepts is pretty straightforward. Here are the basic definitions that you will need to understand to get started (calculator key abbreviations are in parentheses where appropriate): Banker's Year A banker's year is 12 months, each of which contains 30 days. Therefore, there are 360 (not 365) days in a banker's year. This is a convention that goes back to the days when "calculator" and...

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ECON 312 Principles of Economics Week 1 Week 1 Quiz Set 1 (TCO 1) The general concern of economics is with the study of the (TCO 1) The term scarcity in economics refers to the fact that (TCO 1) Are the goods that businesses offer for "free" to consumers also free to society? (TCO 1) Which is considered to be an economic resource by economists? (TCO 1) If an economy is producing at a point inside a production possibilities curve, then (TCO 1) Which would not be characteristic of a capitalist economy? (TCO 1) The term dollar votes means (TCO 1) The circular flow model (TCO 1) In a market...

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ECON 312 Principles of Economics Week 1 Week 1 Quiz Set 1 (TCO 1) The general concern of economics is with the study of the (TCO 1) The term scarcity in economics refers to the fact that (TCO 1) Are the goods that businesses offer for "free" to consumers also free to society? (TCO 1) Which is considered to be an economic resource by economists? (TCO 1) If an economy is producing at a point inside a production possibilities curve, then (TCO 1) Which would not be characteristic of a capitalist economy? (TCO 1) The term dollar votes means (TCO 1) The circular flow model (TCO...

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ECON 312 Principles of Economics Week 1 Week 1 Quiz Set 1 (TCO 1) The general concern of economics is with the study of the (TCO 1) The term scarcity in economics refers to the fact that (TCO 1) Are the goods that businesses offer for "free" to consumers also free to society? (TCO 1) Which is considered to be an economic resource by economists? (TCO 1) If an economy is producing at a point inside a production possibilities curve, then (TCO 1) Which would not be characteristic of a capitalist economy? (TCO 1) The term dollar votes means (TCO 1) The circular flow model (TCO...

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ACC 410 Week 1 Assignment Problem 2-32 Clinton Company Week 1 Assignment - Problem 2-32 Generally Accepted Auditing Standards. Complete problem 2-32 (p. 59) and submit to your instructor. Write under the generally accepted auditing standards column the specific standard that was violated and how the action of Jones resulted in a failure to comply with each standard. Organize your answer as shown on page 59; specifically with a column for the standard that was violated and a column for the required action. The paper should be 2-3 pages. Problem 2-32 (p. 59): John Clinton, owner of...

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**ACC 410 Week 1 Problem 2-32** Week 1 Assignment - Problem 2-32 Generally Accepted Auditing Standards. Complete problem 2-32 (p. 59) and submit to your instructor. Write under the generally accepted auditing standards column the specific standard that was violated and how the action of Jones resulted in a failure to comply with each standard. Organize your answer as shown on page 59; specifically with a column for the standard that was violated and a column for the required action. The paper should be 2-3 pages. Problem 2-32 (p. 59): John Clinton, owner of Clinton Company, applied for...

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BANKER'S ERROR Francis Iwara Strayer University May 29, 2011 Assignment four Most computer applications, from consumer software to systems that control communications networks, are so complex that it is virtually impossible to produce program without errors, there are various mistakes, problems and failures human actions which have the power to fix and also been imperfect and make mistakes and other factors responsible for them for example a bank employee forgets to enter a command that would have posted direct deposit to customer account, what are several...

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Case Study of National Bank Pakistan Service quality; Service features; and Customer complaint handling as the major determinants of customer satisfaction in Banking sector: A Case study of National Bank of Pakistan Ishfaq Ahmed1, Shafiq Gul2, Umer Hayat3, Mohammad Qasim44 Introduction Customer satisfaction, a business term, is a measure of how products and services supplied by a company meet or surpass customer expectation. It is seen as a key performance indicator within business and is part of the four perspectives of a Balanced Scorecard. In a competitive marketplace where...

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Visit the website of theWorld Bankand review this paper on "Choice Of Exchange Rate Regimes For Developing Countries" (Yagci 2001). Examine the table of Exchange Rate Regimes and compare it to the one in your textbook. Please choose one Regime. In your own words, describe that regime and its placement in the category of Exchange Rate Control. Elucidate the advantages and disadvantages of that regime. Finally, select a country with that Regime choice. Why do you think this country uses this particular regime? Explain if you think this country has made the right choice given the advantages...

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Debit/Credit - Week 2 Read and respond to question #31 from page 156. You must respond to at least two of your classmates' postings to receive full credit. Question #31 Asks What effect does a Debit Memo in a bank statement have on the Cash account? According to our text a, "Bank statement debit memos describe transactions that reduce/decrease the customer's account balance" (Edmonds, Olds, McNair, & Tsay, 2010). For example: Statement Transaction Balance Rent () Notebook () Paper () Pens () Pencils () Highlighter () Balance The bank statement I created...

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7 CHOOSING A SOURCE OF CREDIT: THE COSTS OF CREDIT ALTERNATIVES CHAPTER OVERVIEW All of us can get into credit difficulties if we do not understand how and when to use credit. This chapter identifies major sources of consumer credit-commercial banks, savings and loan associations, credit unions, finance companies, life insurance companies, and parents and relatives. Next, in determining cost of credit, we emphasize the finance charge and the Annual Percentage Rate (APR). Then we show how the cost of credit can be determined by calculating interest with various interest formulas. In...

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Assume that you are nearing graduation and have applied for a job with a local bank. The banks evaluation process requires you to take an examination that covers several financial analysis techniques. Use the following information for Questions 1 through 2: 1. What is the present value of the following uneven cash flow stream 50, 100, 75, and 50 at the end of Years 0 through 3? The appropriate interest rate is 10%, compounded annually. 2. Suppose that on January 1 you deposit 100 in an account that pays a nominal (or quoted) interest rate of %, with interest added (compounded) daily. How...

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Starbucks, Bank One & Visa Launch Starbucks Duetto Visa Card Terra Postelle RES/351 February 12, 2013 John Carroll Starbucks, Bank One & Visa Launch Starbucks Duetto Visa Card 4. The Duetto Card team turned to Greenfield Online to recruit a panel for one of its online surveys. How might you build a sample frame of appropriate participants for future online or phone surveys? What am I trying to achieve? Assess the effectiveness of the Starbucks Duetto Visa. What type of people do I want to target? Seattle and San Francisco which were the areas the Starbucks Duetto Visa card was...

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Personal Bankruptcy Sometimes individuals reach at a level of financial difficulty that they get no other way but to declare bankruptcy in order to avoid loan payments. There might be situations and unforeseen circumstances where declaring bankruptcy might be logical and only choice left for people. Although filling for bankruptcy might have some benefits, it also has its own consequences that should be analyzed before deciding to declare bankruptcy. Considering benefits and consequences, declaring bankruptcy is not easy decision. Bankruptcy may remain on credit file for many years, may...

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Since securitization is an effective means for banks to deal with funding problems, they have an incentive to securitize assets. For this assignment, research, and lecture notes to develop a 1-2 page paper explaining what this means and how it can affect a bank's liquidity. - Be sure to link a bank's liquidity through securitization to the rather recent home mortgage crisis. - Close your report by stating your opinion regarding the practice of securitization. Save your assignment as a Microsoft Word document. Securitization "Securitization" defines to the process of turning resources...

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**FIN 402 Week 1 Capital Markets and Investment Banking Process** **Individual** Capital Markets and Investment Banking Process Paper **Resources:** Week One readings **Prepare** a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which you analyze the investment banking process. Address the following: Describe the investment banking process, including portfolio construction. Describe factors that must be considered when selecting among asset classes for an investment portfolio. Describe capital market instruments used in portfolio construction. Make general recommendations for the composition of an...

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ACCT 212 (Financial Accounting) Devry Week 1 Introduction to Financial Statements – Discussion Financial Statements (Graded) One key concept for week 1 is that financial statements are comprised of 4 statements: 1) Income Statement, 2) Balance Sheet, 3) Cash Flows Statement, and 4) Statement of Retained Earnings. External users of financial statements, such as investors or banks, review the financial statements to perform analysis on the company. For example, to determine if s/he wants to buy the stock of a company, the investor may review how much profit the company has...

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Problem Set 1 20. Juan's Taco Company has restaurants in five college towns. Juan wants to expand into Austin and College Station and needs a bank loan to do this. Mr. Bryan, the banker, will finance construction if Juan can present an acceptable three-month financial plan for January through March. Following are actual and forecasted sales figures: Additional Actual Forecast Information November 120,000 January 190,000 April forecast 230,000 December 140,000 February 210,000 March 230,000 Of Juan's sales, 30 percent are for cash and the remaining 70 percent are on credit. Of...

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Develop a two- to three-page paper (excluding the title and reference pages) focusing on the selection of the most relevant factors to consider in a personal bankruptcy. You need to address the following: Describe the factors you should consider when assessing the choices related to declaring personal bankruptcy. Explain why personal bankruptcy should be the choice of last resort. You must use at least two scholarly sources, in addition to the textbook, and follow APA guidelines as outlined in the approved APA style guide. Personal Bankruptcy Describe the factors you should consider when...

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Develop a two- to three-page paper (excluding the title and reference pages) focusing on the selection of the most relevant factors to consider in a personal bankruptcy. You need to address the following -Describe the factors you should consider when assessing the choices related to declaring personal bankruptcy. -Explain why personal bankruptcy should be the choice of last resort. Course: Name Declaring Bankruptcy Yours Name Professor's Name [optional] DOS: University Describe the factors you should consider when assessing the choices related to declaring personal...

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Develop a two- to three-page paper (excluding the title and reference pages) focusing on the selection of the most relevant factors to consider in a personal bankruptcy. You need to address the following -Describe the factors you should consider when assessing the choices related to declaring personal bankruptcy. -Explain why personal bankruptcy should be the choice of last resort. Course: Name Declaring Bankruptcy Yours Name Professor's Name [optional] DOS: University Describe the factors you should consider when assessing the choices related to declaring personal...

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ECO 316 Week 2 DQ2 From Chapter 12, complete problem 13 (page 276): Describe how mutual funds provide services related to risk sharing and liquidity. Distinguish a mutual fund from a bank. What do the differences you highlighted imply about the need for regulation of mutual funds as opposed to banks?

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**ECO 316 Week 2 DQ2** From Chapter 12, complete problem 13 (page 276): Describe how mutual funds provide services related to risk sharing and liquidity. Distinguish a mutual fund from a bank. What do the differences you highlighted imply about the need for regulation of mutual funds as opposed to banks?

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Unit 1 Article Summary:Write a review of the article by Todd Keister and James McAndrews, "Why Are Banks Holding So Many Excess Reserves?" Federal Reserve Bank of New YorkCurrent Issues in Economics and Finance15, no. 8 (December 2009), available at In your own words, explain the key points that the author was trying to communicate. Your review should be at least one page not counting the title or reference pages 2 questions: 1. Consider the prevailing conditions for the following factors: inflation (including oil prices), the economy, the budget deficit, and the Fed's monetary policy...

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Capital Markets and Investment Banking Process FIN 402 Capital Markets and Investment Banking Process To be aware of fiscal scale as well as assess welfare of any sort of company the Investment Banking is an important factor Germaine to the predicament of the fiscal welfare of a person or a company of any scale. For the efficient manufacturing and sizes there is not any ideal strategy which has been forecasted these days. To match the aim, vision and objectives described through the fiscal cycles the path of the life is decided. Concepts concerning fiscal dealings are talked...

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FIN 564 Management of Financial Institutions (Keller - Fall 2016) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FIN564Week 7 Answer Key Chapter 9 5 a. Bankone is exposed to a depreciation of the dollar relative to the euro. b. Bankone receives the 200 million from reals as follows. 200m/1 Br 200m At the end of the year Bankone converts dollars to reals and pays back principal and interest on Br200,000,000 CDs as follows: Br200,000,000 x () x 255,600,000 The resulting percentage cost is (255,600,000 - 200,000,000)/200,000,000) ...

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Financial Ratios Choose 4 different financial ratios from your text, course materials, and/or Web resources. Answer the following questions: What do they tell you about a firm? Why is it important for a bank to understand these financial ratios? Why is it important for an investor to understand these financial ratios? Financial ratios are important when it comes to understanding the financial health of a company. My colleagues and I work for a financial service and are discussing the merits of the various financial ratios. We are to identify for financial ratios and what they tell us...

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ACCT 212 Week 1 DQ 1 Financial Statements ACCT 212 Financial Accounting - DeVry Course Tutorial Top of Form Week 1: Introduction to Financial Statements - Discussion Financial Statements (graded) Class, One key concept for week 1 is that financial statements are comprised of 4 statements: 1) Income Statement, 2) Balance Sheet, 3) Cash Flows Statement, and 4) Statement of Retained Earnings. External users of financial statements, such as investors or banks, review the financial statements to perform analysis on the company. For example, to determine if s/he wants to...

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Week 2 - Discussion 2 - Mutual Fund Regulation From Chapter 12, complete problem 13 (page 276): Describe how mutual funds provide services related to risk sharing and liquidity. Distinguish a mutual fund from a bank. What do the differences you highlighted imply about the need for regulation of mutual funds as opposed to banks? Mutual funds pool resources in order to invest in a diversified portfolio (allowing risk sharing). They also lower transactions costs of investing-increasing liquidity. Mutual funds do not make commercial loans; they pass funds through to existing direct...

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ACCT 212 (Financial Accounting) Week 1 Devry Week 1: Introduction to Financial Statements – Discussion Financial Statements (Graded) One key concept for week 1 is that financial statements are comprised of 4 statements: 1) Income Statement, 2) Balance Sheet, 3) Cash Flows Statement, and 4) Statement of Retained Earnings. External users of financial statements, such as investors or banks, review the financial statements to perform analysis on the company. For example, to determine if s/he wants to buy the stock of a company, the investor may review how much profit the company...

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Bis 220 Week 1 Technology Acts Information Technology Acts BIS/220 Information Technology Acts Before I began working in the banking industry a few years ago I never realized to this how many people still continue to write checks as a means of payment. While many people have steered away from using checks there are so people that just prefer to still use them. Almost all banking needs can be done without even needing to step foot inside a banking center. With the implementations of ATM's and mobile banking you can do almost any transaction from the comforts of your own...

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Bankruptcy Code Several commentators have criticized the Bankruptcy Code as too easily excusing individuals and businesses from honoring their lawful obligations. However, as a student you may be graduating from college with student loans and wnile these debts are not dischargeable, if one cannot find employment, how can you pay back your debts. From a societal standpoint, does the Bankruptcy Code play a positive roe in social and economic relationships? What changes, if any, would you recommend Payment of Student Loan The payment of a student loan is not dischargeable and if...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**ACC 305 Week 9 Assignment 1 Full Disclosure in Financial Reporting - Verizon Communications** According to the textbook, the goal of financial reporting is to report financial information that is transparent and complete and truthfully report the financial performance of a company. Investors and other interested parties need to read and understand all aspects of financing reporting. Use the Internet to research Verizon Communications’ financial statements, annual report, notes to the financial statements, president’s letter, and management discussion and...

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Federal Reserve Paper The vision of a banking system was tried in 1775 during, the American Revolution. The Continental Congress issued the nation's first paper money. A federal system was a failure because of the amount of notes printed, which led to inflation during the Revolution War made those notes of no value. The Federal Reserve Act was authorized into law on December 23, 1913, decentralizing central banking. The Federal Service Modernization Act (FSMA) abolished instructions that set obstacles concerning investment banking, insurance, and commercial banking. This act...

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Would you rather buy a bond at a discount or a premium rate? Why? What is the determining factor of whether a bond is sold at a discount, face, or premium? What does your annual statement say about bonds? Companies issue bonds because it is a common method of obtaining funding. Many companies would not be able to expand their business or maintain cash flow requirements of their operation if they could not access the corporate bond market for capital. When someone buys a bond, they are effectively lending money to a corporation, knowing that it will be paid back at a specified...

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FIN300v1 Assignment 2 Prepare your responses to these assignment problems in a word processing file; put financial data in a spreadsheet file. As you complete the assignment problems for each lesson, add your responses to these files. Do not submit your answers for grading until you have completed all parts of Assignment 2. Note: In assignments, show all calculations to 4 decimal places. Lesson 5: Assignment Problems 5.1Assume you have $1 million now, and you have just retired from your job. You expect to live for 20 years, and you want to have the same level of consumption...

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FIN300v1 Assignment 2 Prepare your responses to these assignment problems in a word processing file; put financial data in a spreadsheet file. As you complete the assignment problems for each lesson, add your responses to these files. Do not submit your answers for grading until you have completed all parts of Assignment 2. Note: In assignments, show all calculations to 4 decimal places. Lesson 5: Assignment Problems 5.1Assume you have $1 million now, and you have just retired from your job. You expect to live for 20 years, and you want to have the same level of consumption...

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Federal Reserve Paper The vision of a banking system was tried in 1775 during, the American Revolution. The Continental Congress issued the nation's first paper money. A federal system was a failure because of the amount of notes printed, which led to inflation during the Revolution War made those notes of no value. The Federal Reserve Act was authorized into law on December 23, 1913, decentralizing central banking. The Federal Service Modernization Act (FSMA) abolished instructions that set obstacles concerning investment banking, insurance, and commercial banking. This act...

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CheckPoint:The Bank War HIS 115 CheckPoint:The Bank War The bank war was basically a nasty fight between the Democrat President Andrew Jackson, and the President of the bank Nicholas Biddle. Somehow, congress as well got involved in this brawl. It was mainly because Congress and Biddle wanted the bank to keep running to which Jackson did not agreed and vetoed the decision. Later, perspective of congress, that the bank was good for the economy of the country also changed. The National Bank stored all the money of the people belonging to various categories including the Federal...

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Bolivia FIN 4634 international Banking Bolivia Bolivia with a total population, until 2011, of 10,426,154 it is geographically located in Central South America, and to the southwest of Brazil. Its area is approximately 1.1 million s. q. km; about the size of Texas and California combined. La Paz is the world's highest capital, with a measure of 11,800 ft. above sea level. El Alto, which is the closest city to the capital it is one of the fastest growing with 13,800 ft. in the hemisphere. Rapid population, with 1,651,436 habitants; and economic growth, mainly in oil, forestry...

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Inflation Targeting Central Banks Around the World Try Inflation Targeting." What is the advantage of having an explicit target? What is the advantage of having an implicit target or no target at all? Overview Inflation targeting is a monetary policy used by central banks to maintain prices at a certain level or within a specific range. Methods such as interest rate changes help guiding inflation to a target level or range. This policy is designed to assure price stability. Advantages of Explicit Inflation Targeting Explicit inflation targets are used by many countries as a...

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INVESTOR PROFILE PAPER FIN/324 Investor Profile Paper Two lenders Sears and Roebuck utilize are HSBC Bank USA, National Association, and CitiCard. HSBC Bank USA, National Association is actually a bank which works away from New York City having its head office in Mclean Virginia ("RENAISSANCERE HOLDINGS LTD 2007). The bank is actually chartered in the National Bank Act and the Office of the controller of the currency, that is a section of the US Department of the treasury, controls this bank ("8-K: HSBC USA INC /MD 2007). Sears credit card sector is run by CitiCard the...

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In your opinion, infer the most significant failure in the banking system and then discuss possible ways the failure can be avoided in the future. Credit Default Swaps are hedging techniques for debt holders. It is used to protect the investors from the risk of default on debt. The volume of CDS increased by more than 100 folds in a span of 10 years from 1998 to 2008. Since there was no central regulation authority to manage CDS, there was no way for a grieved party in case CDS is not honored. Because of this default on CDS increased many folds and hence most of the financial institutions...

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Federal Reserve Bank Policy during the 2007-2008 Recession From 2007-2010, the Federal Reserve Bank (the Fed) used many practices that had never before been seen from the central bank of the United States. Discuss the some of the actions that the Fed took during this period. Such as: How the Federal Reserve's lending practices changed during this period. What did the Federal Reserve do to support firms deemed "too big to fail." Do you believe these actions were necessary to avoid a collapse in the financial system? Support your opinion with information from the textbook or external...

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A+ Solutions FIN-350 Module 1 DQ 2 Fundamentals of Business Finance - Introduction to Finance Explain what banks show as liabilities and assets on their balance sheets. How do these liabilities and assets differ from the position they hold on their customers' balance sheets? Why do they differ?

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A+ Grade Solution Liquidity position of Bank of America Download the most recent financial statements for Bank of America from its website and evaluate the bank as follows: •Evaluate the bank’s liquidity position using the ratios in the textbook and the knowledge you acquired in this course.

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Unit VIII Article Critique The Brisson-Banks (2010) article in the required reading for this unit compares the five different change management models presented in this unit, and it describes various situational variables that could influence the effectiveness of each. Utilizing all of the knowledge accumulated through this and the previous units, write a critique of the article. In your paper, be sure to include the following: Evaluate different aspects of organizational change. Discuss the role that leader vision and organizational climate plays in a change management strategy. ...

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INVESTOR PROFILE PAPER Investor Profile Paper Members FIN/324 1/16/2011 Instructor University of Phoenix Investor Profile Paper Two lenders Sears and Roebuck use are HSBC Bank USA, National Association, and CitiCard. HSBC Bank USA, National Association is a bank that operates out of New York City with it s head office in Mclean Virginia ("RENAISSANCERE HOLDINGS LTD 2007). The bank is chartered in the National Bank Act and the Office of the controller of the currency, which is a part of the US Department of the treasury, regulates this bank ("8-K:...

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The Bank war assumed significant proportions in 1832, when the then president Andrew Jackson vetoed the renewal of "Second Bank of United States" charter. He was of the view that the bank constituted a monopoly as it was a private institution governed by board of directors. He disliked the overwhelming influence of the Bank's president in the national financial affairs. The common citizen too did not trust the paper currency as the bank controlled credits & loans. It is seen as a greedy, monopolistic institution influenced by the rich. The bank's charter renewal bill presented to the...

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Chapter 4 Problems Shantae Lovett ACC 201 LaKeitha Givens December 10, 2012 4 - 20 Missing information in a bank reconciliation 1. Balance per the bank on May 31, 8,000 2. Deposits in transit not recorded by the bank, 975 3. Bank error: check written by Allen Auto Supply was charged to Superior Auto Supply's account, 650 4. The following checks written and recorded by Superior Auto Supply were not included in the bank statement. 3013 385 3054 735 3056 1,900 5. Note collected by the bank, 500. 6. Service charge for collection of note, 10 7. The...

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HCA 240 Version 3 Week 4 CheckPoint 1 Blood Bank Supervisor Blood Bank Supervisor Name Axia College of University of Phoenix HCA/240 June 15, 2011 Joanna Puia Blood Bank Supervisor Whole Blood contains white blood cells, red blood cells, platelet and a fluid called plasma. Although whole blood contains two different types of blood cells, today I will explain to you the purpose of the red blood cells, platelets, and the plasma that is found within whole blood. Red blood cells contain hemoglobin (an oxygen carrier protein) that causes the blood to look red. Hemoglobin...

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BUSN427 Week 2 Assignment 1. Mercantilism is a bankrupt theory that has no place in the modern world. Discuss. Mercantilism, in its purest sense, is a bankrupt theory that has no place in the modern world. The principle tenant of mercantilism is that a country should maintain a trade surplus, even if that means that imports are limited by government intervention. This policy is bankrupt for at least two reasons. First, it is inconsistent with the general notion of globalization, which is becoming more and more prevalent in the world. A policy of mercantilism will anger...

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BUSN427 Week 2 Assignment 1. Mercantilism is a bankrupt theory that has no place in the modern world. Discuss. Mercantilism, in its purest sense, is a bankrupt theory that has no place in the modern world. The principle tenant of mercantilism is that a country should maintain a trade surplus, even if that means that imports are limited by government intervention. This policy is bankrupt for at least two reasons. First, it is inconsistent with the general notion of globalization, which is becoming more and more prevalent in the world. A policy of mercantilism will anger potential...

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Use Cases Gwendolyn Harris Strayer University CIS 210/ Week 4 Assignment Introduction As an intern software developer for a retail bank, you have been tasked with developing use cases to support the ATM service. Body Describe a use case, complete with typical and alternate courses, that documents the event of a bank customer withdrawing money from an ATM. This use case describes how the Bank Customer uses the ATM to withdraw money his/her bank account. The actors are the bank customer and the bank. Some of the preconditions that already in us is that: (1) there is...

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John and Jay are college roommates. Jay is a finance officer with the Bank and earns 200,000 per year. John has just finished training as a Real Estate agent and is about to take a test to become a realtor. Jay and John decide that they would like to partner for purposes of starting a business that will buy and sell real estate. Jay approaches his bank and requests a loan for purposes of purchasing a building for the partnership. The Bank president, who is a friend of Jay's states it is a violation of bank policy to lend money to an officer of the bank. Jay says, "That's okay,...

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John and Jay are college roommates. Jay is a finance officer with the Bank and earns 200,000 per year. John has just finished training as a Real Estate agent and is about to take a test to become a realtor. Jay and John decide that they would like to partner for purposes of starting a business that will buy and sell real estate. Jay approaches his bank and requests a loan for purposes of purchasing a building for the partnership. The Bank president, who is a friend of Jay's states it is a violation of bank policy to lend money to an officer of the bank. Jay says, "That's okay,...

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Stock Market Analysis of Commercial Bank In this paper we will make the stock market analysis and commentary on the quotations of the Commercial Bank for the years 2007 and 2008 based on its prices in the Athens Stock Exchange. SECTION I PERFORMANCE AND AVERAGE YIELD The performance of a share is equal to the percentage difference between the initial and final property owner. The average yield value is calculated as the sum of the yield of a share to the number of returns. As far as the Commercial Bank is concerned, the average stock performance for the year 2007 was % and % for 2008....

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Identify one typical local business in your community (e.g. fast food, computer retail, or bank) and describe fully the environment that this local business might face, and then explain why it is important for managers to be aware of that environment. between a mechanistic and an organic structure. When would you suggest that each be used? Can they be used together in the same organization? How might these prototypes be affected by non-structural means for integration? Explain. Question 1: Identify one typical local business in your community (e.g. fast food, computer retail, or...

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BUS 370 Week 3 Discussion 1, The Farm Bank Read the Farm Bank case study at the end of chapter seven. What advice would you give Valerie Wyatt? What OD intervention strategy or strategies would you advise her to use and why? Make a substantive response to at least two of your classmates' postings.

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Farrows bank For this assignment, read the case study, “The 1920 Farrow’s Bank Failure: A Case of Managerial Hubris.” This case is located in the ABI/Inform Complete database found in the Library (see reference below). Hollow, M. (2014). The 1920 Farrow's bank failure: A case of managerial hubris? Journal of Management History, 20(2), 164-178. Regulators evaluated Thomas Farrow as being inflicted by managerial hubris at the time of the bank’s collapse in 1920. With this scenario in mind, address the following questions, with thorough explanations and well-supported...

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ACC 205 Week 4 P7-27A P7-27A Preparing a bank reconciliation and journal entries [2025 min] The December cash records of Dunlap Insurance follow: Dunlap's Cash account shows a balance of $16,740 at December 31. On December 31, Dunlap Insurance received the following bank statement: Additional data for the bank reconciliation follows: a. The EFT credit was a receipt of rent. The EFT debit was an insurance payment. b. The NSF check was received from a customer. c. The $1,400 bank collection was for a note receivable. d. The correct amount of check 1419 for rent...

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**ACC 205 Week 4 P7-27A** P7-27A      Preparing a bank reconciliation and journal entries [2025 min] The December cash records of Dunlap Insurance follow: Dunlap's Cash account shows a balance of $16,740 at December 31. On December 31, Dunlap Insurance received the following bank statement: Additional data for the bank reconciliation follows: a.    The EFT credit was a receipt of rent. The EFT debit was an insurance payment. b.    The NSF check was received from a customer. c.    The $1,400 bank collection was for a note receivable. d.    The correct amount of...

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Product-Marketing Analysis Minnesota Lions Eye Bank Market-Product Analysis: Minnesota Lions Eye Bank Abstract The Minnesota Lions Eye Bank (MLEB) is a non-profit organization responsible for the recovery, processing and distribution of ocular tissue used for transplant and/or research purposes in the state of Minnesota, western Wisconsin and eastern North Dakota. The primary products the produces are corneas, sclera and whole globes. In North America and Asia there is a large demand for ocular tissue for transplant as well as research and training purposes. In order to maximize...

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ACC 201 Week 2 Discussion 2: Debit Credit What effect does a debit memo in a bank statement have on the cash account? When defining the word debit memo which is a bank statement that refers to a deduction from the bank account balance. A debit memo has the same effect as a check that is written on a bank account. A bank debit memo can be a charge for interest owed to the bank, a loan payment, a fee owed for the printing of checks, a fee for a returned check for insufficient funds a transfer of funds from the bank account to another account at the bank. What effect does a credit memo...

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1. Type your response below each question. 2. Double space your answers. 3. Include your email address at the top of your paper. 4. Save your paper as a .pdf 5. Label the file as, “yournameHW4” (Insert your actual name in place of yourname). 6. Upload to Blazeview dropbox for HW4. Homework 4 Answer the following questions. Use complete sentences and correct grammar. Remember the “3 Cs” – Clear, concise, and complete. The following questions refer to the Rita Crundwell case: 1. What was the source of the funds that were stolen? 2. How was the fraud discovered? 3. How...

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1. Type your response below each question. 2. Double space your answers. 3. Include your email address at the top of your paper. 4. Save your paper as a .pdf 5. Label the file as, “yournameHW6” (Insert your actual name in place of yourname). 6. Upload to Blazeview dropbox for HW6. Homework 6 Answer the following questions. Use complete sentences and correct grammar. Remember the “3 Cs” – Clear, concise, and complete. Refer to the video about check washing. Although check washing is not mentioned in the chapter (to my disappointment), it is a popular method to commit...

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ACC 305 Week 3 ACC 305 Week 3 Quiz Assignments Communication Case 6-3 on page 334 Harvey Alexander, an all-league professional football player, has just declared free agency. Two teams, the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys, have made Harvey the following offers to obtain his services: 49ers: $1 million signing bonus payable immediately and an annual salary of $1.5 million for the five-year term of the contract. Cowboys: $2.5 million signing bonus payable immediately and an annual salary of $1 million for the five-year term of the contract. With both contracts, the...

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ACC 305 Week 3 P7-14 El Gato Painting Company El Gato Painting Company maintains a checking account at American Bank. Bank statements are prepared at the end of each month. The November 30, 2011, reconciliation of the bank balance is as follows: Required: 1.Prepare a bank reconciliation for the El Gato checking account at December 31, 2011. 2. Prepare any necessary adjusting journal entries indicated.

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1.)    The Robinson Company had the following current assets and current liabilities for these two years:

 

2010

2011

Cash and Marketable Securities

$50,000

$50,000

Accounts Receivable

300,000

350,000

Inventories

350,000

500,000

Total Current Assets

$700,000

$900,000

Accounts Payable

$200,000

$250,000

Bank Loan

150,000

Accruals

150,000

200,000

...

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**ACC 305 Week 3 Assignment P7-14 El Gato Painting Company** El Gato Painting Company maintains a checking account at American Bank. Bank statements are prepared at the end of each month. The November 30, 2011, reconciliation of the bank balance is as follows: Required: 1.    Prepare a bank reconciliation for the El Gato checking account at December 31, 2011. 2.     Prepare any necessary adjusting journal entries indicated.

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ECO 550 Assignment 4 Long-Term Investment Decisions Bank of America Decisions for the Future Bank of America: Decisions for the Future ECO 550: Managerial Economics Assignment 4: Long-Term Investment Decisions Assume that the industry you wrote about in Assignment 3 wants to expand and has to make some longterm capital budgeting decisions. Now the industry is confronted with government regulations to oversee the merger. Write a four to five (4-5) page paper in which you: 1. Explain why government regulation is or is not needed, citing the major reasons for government involvement in...

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? ACC 281 Week 2 Dq 1 What effect does a debit memo in a bank statement have on the Cash account? A bank debit memo is an entry on the bank statement refers to a deduction from the account's balance. Edmonds (2010) explains, "Since a checking account is an asset (cash) to the depositor, a bank statement debit memo requires a credit entry to the cash account on the depositor's books". (p. 145). For example, any time I use my debit card, the amount is applied directly to my checking account subtracting the amount from my available balance. If a debit memo in the amount of 50 for...

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Conflict Identification and Resolution BUS 610: Organizational Behavior Currently I am employed at Bank of America, they [Bank of America] established a new department called the Enterprise Estate Unit where deceased customers accounts are handled. When we the employees were notified that the Enterprise Estate Unit was being established everyone was excited because it was a chance to move into a different line of business. Bank of America associates are not allowed to "post out" or apply for different positions until they have been at their current position for at leas a year,...

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PM 581 Diversity and Avoiding Conflict PM/581 Diversity and Avoiding Conflict JPMorgan Chase is a leading financial institution throughout the world. Purchasing Bank One Corp. for 58 billion created a need for new software for both companies after a successful merger. Bank One officially merged with Chase Bank in 2004. The merged entity ranked as the number two financial institution in hot pursuit of Citigroup's number one position (JPMorgan Chase & Co., 2004). With this project spearheading the merger between two conglomerate companies, the creation a new system for faster teller...

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A+ Solution Instructions should have already identified five variety of useful sources (books, journals, websites….etc) from the work you did for the Research Proposal. 2. Justify your choice of these sources highlighting their importance and significance to your research topic. 3. Write your literature review paper taking into account the following:- that includes knowledge and ideas gained from the literature that are directly related to your research question and the context of your ideas. areas where your sources differ/similar to different scholars....

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FIN 100 Assignment 2 Business Financing and the Capital Structure Businesses have to make many financial decisions that have a direct impact on operations and the ability to successfully compete in the marketplace. Base your writing on the information from the course coupled with information located in the Strayer databases or Internet. Write a two to three (2-3) page paper in which you: Assume that you are financial advisor to a business. Describe the advice that you would give to the client for raising business capital using both debt and equity options in today's economy. Outline the...

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Week 3 DQ 1 Farm Bank Read The Farm Bank case study on pages 235-236 of your textbook. What advice would you give Valerie Wyatt? What OD intervention strategy or strategies would you advise her to use and why? Make a substantive response to at least two of your classmates' postings. Valerie faces difficulty as she has to come to terms with three types of changes. She has to adapt to behavioral changes. At the same time there are structural changes in the organization and technological ones also. Macro level- The major challenge is to introduce...

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CHAPTER 8 QUIZ Question 1 The direct exchange of goods and services for other goods and services is Correct: barter. ------------------------------------------------------------------- Question 2 An item used as money that also has intrinsic value in some other use is Correct: commodity capital. ------------------------------------------------------------------- Question 3 The equation for M2 is Correct: M1 Money Market Accounts Savings Accounts Other Near...

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ACC 225 Week 8 CheckPoint Internal Control and Bank Reconciliations QS8-6) (1) (2) a.(i) Book(ii) AdditionAdjusting entry required b.(i) Book(ii) SubtractionAdjusting entry required c.(i) Book(ii) SubtractionAdjusting entry required d.(i) Bank(ii) SubtractionNo adjustment required e.(i) Book(ii) AdditionAdjusting entry required f.(i) Book(ii) SubtractionAdjusting entry required g.(i) Bank(ii) AdditionNo adjustment required E8-3) 1.A cash register (with a locked record) should be used at the sales stand-it should also be anchored to the stand. If a cash...

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Week 3 DQ 1 Farm Bank Read The Farm Bank case study on pages 235-236 of your textbook. What advice would you give Valerie Wyatt? What OD intervention strategy or strategies would you advise her to use and why? Make a substantive response to at least two of your classmates' postings. Valerie faces difficulty as she has to come to terms with three types of changes. She has to adapt to behavioral changes. At the same time there are structural changes in the organization and technological ones also. Macro level- The major challenge is to introduce...

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Task: As an intern Software developer for a retail bank, you have been tasked with developing Use Cases to support the ATM service. Describe a use case; complete with typical and alternate courses, that documents the event of a bank customer withdrawing money from an ATM. The use case I have chosen describes how a bank customer uses the ATM to make withdrawals from his or her account. Exordium: the flow of events in a typical withdrawal use case are as follows: (Step 1) the bank customer inserts their bank card into the ATM; (Step 2): Use Case: Validation of the user is...

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ACC 280 Complete Course ACC 280 Principles of Accounting Week 1 Financial Statements Paper Prepare a 700-1,050-word paper in which you define the purpose of accounting and identify the four basic financial statements. Be sure to explain how they are interrelated with each other, any why they are useful to managers, investors, creditors, and employees. Week 2: Assignments from the Readings Prepare written answers to the following assignments from the text, Financial Accounting 6thed: Chapter 1: 1) Exercise E1-1 2) Exercise E1-5 3) Exercise E1-12 4) Exercise...

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? ACC 281 Week 2 Dq 1 Ashford What effect does a debit memo in a bank statement have on the Cash account? A bank debit memo is an entry on the bank statement refers to a deduction from the account's balance. Edmonds (2010) explains, "Since a checking account is an asset (cash) to the depositor, a bank statement debit memo requires a credit entry to the cash account on the depositor's books". (p. 145). For example, any time I use my debit card, the amount is applied directly to my checking account subtracting the amount from my available balance. If a debit memo in the...

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A+ Solution Ethics Business Ethics Current Event An Article that talk about Business Ethics Current Event (Ethical Dilemma) 1. Current Event with Ethical Implications (Writing requirement below) A. The main PURPOSE of this article is: B. The key QUESTION(s) the author is addressing is: C. The most important INFORMATION in this article is: D. The main INFERENCES (conclusions) in this article are: E. The key CONCEPTS (theories, Utilitarian, Deontological, Virtue Ethics, laws, principles, ideas) that guide the author’s reasoning are: F. The main ASSUMPTIONS...

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A+ Solution Questions: 1) What effect does this ruling have on other jurisdictions in Canada? 2) Is a British Columbia Court bound to follow the new ruling? 3) What effect will it have on a decision of the Court of Appeal in Alberta? 4) If the Supreme Court of Canada did hear the appeal and decided the appeal - What effect does the ruling have on other jurisdictions in Canada?

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1)Which of the following categories of owners have limited liability? A. General partners B. Sole proprietors C. Shareholders of a corporation D. Both a and b 2)The true owners of the corporation are the: A. common stockholders. B. board of directors of the firm. C. preferred stockholders. D. holders of debt issues of the firm. 3)Which of the following best describes the goal of the firm? A. The maximization of the total market value of the firm's common stock] B. Profit...

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1)Which of the following categories of owners have limited liability? A. General partners B. Sole proprietors C. Shareholders of a corporation D. Both a and b 2)The true owners of the corporation are the: A. common stockholders. B. board of directors of the firm. C. preferred stockholders. D. holders of debt issues of the firm. 3)Which of the following best describes the goal of the firm? A. The maximization of the total market value of the firm's common stock] B. Profit...

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1)Which of the following categories of owners have limited liability? A. General partners B. Sole proprietors C. Shareholders of a corporation D. Both a and b 2)The true owners of the corporation are the: A. common stockholders. B. board of directors of the firm. C. preferred stockholders. D. holders of debt issues of the firm. 3)Which of the following best describes the goal of the firm? A. The maximization of the total market value of the firm's common stock] B. Profit...

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1)Which of the following categories of owners have limited liability? A. General partners B. Sole proprietors C. Shareholders of a corporation D. Both a and b 2)The true owners of the corporation are the: A. common stockholders. B. board of directors of the firm. C. preferred stockholders. D. holders of debt issues of the firm. 3)Which of the following best describes the goal of the firm? A. The maximization of the total market value of the firm's common stock] B. Profit...

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1)Which of the following categories of owners have limited liability? A. General partners B. Sole proprietors C. Shareholders of a corporation D. Both a and b 2)The true owners of the corporation are the: A. common stockholders. B. board of directors of the firm. C. preferred stockholders. D. holders of debt issues of the firm. 3)Which of the following best describes the goal of the firm? A. The maximization of the total market value of the firm's common stock] B. Profit...

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ACC 281 week 2 dq 1 What effect does a debit memo in a bank statement have on the Cash account? A bank debit memo is an entry on the bank statement refers to a deduction from the account's balance. Edmonds (2010) explains, "Since a checking account is an asset (cash) to the depositor, a bank statement debit memo requires a credit entry to the cash account on the depositor's books". (p. 145). For example, any time I use my debit card, the amount is applied directly to my checking account subtracting the amount from my available balance. If a debit memo in the amount of 50 for bank fee...

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Conduct additional research on your topic problem of interest to further understand the ethical and legal considerations you must address for a paper that is publishable. Critique these issues within the context of business administration and your selected field of specialization. Provide specific examples in your evaluation to illustrate the proper manner to address these legal and ethical concerns. You will need to ensure you have a section of your Business Research paper (Signature Assignment) that will address and identify the legal and ethical issues that might surround the problem...

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3. Riverside Bank offers to lend you $50,000 at a nominal rate of 6.5%, compounded monthly. The loan (principal plus interest) must be repaid at the end of the year. Midwest Bank also offers to lend you the $50,000, but it will charge an annual rate of 7.0%, with no interest due until the end of the year. How much higher or lower is the effective annual rate charged by Midwest versus the rate charged by Riverside? a. 0.52% b. 0.44% c. 0.36% d. 0.30% e. 0.24%

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ECON 312 Week 6 Quiz ECON312 Principles of Economics- DeVry DOWNLOAD ANSWER FOR ALL QUESTIONS HIGHLIGHTED BELOW: Question1. (TCO 7) If you write a check on a bank to purchase a used Honda Civic, you are using money primarily as Question2. (TCO 7) The amount of money reported asM2 Question3. (TCO 7) Answer the question on the basis of the following list of assets: Question4. (TCO 7) Assume Company X deposits 100,000 in cash in Commercial Bank A. If no excess reserves exist at the time this deposit is made and the reserve ratio is 20 percent, Bank A, by itself,can initially...

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1- Multiple Choice Question 107 A bank statement is a bill from the bank for services rendered. is a credit reference letter written by the depositor's bank. shows the activity which increased or decreased the depositor's account balance. lets a depositor know the financial position of the bank as of a certain date. 2- IFRS Multiple Choice Question 233 The principles of internal control activities are used in the internationally but not in the U.S. in the U.S. and Canada but not globally. globally. not globally. 3- Multiple...

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In Lieu of Money, Toyota Donates Efficiency to New York Charity - Page 1 of 4 July 26, 2013 In Lieu of Money, Toyota Donates Efficiency to New York Charity By MONA EL-NAGGAR The Food Bank for New York City is the countrys largest anti-hunger charity, feeding about 1.5 million people every year. It leans heavily, as other charities do, on the generosity of businesses, including Target, Bank of America, Delta Air Lines and the New York Yankees. Toyota was also a donor. But then Toyota had a different idea. Instead of a check, it offered kaizen. ...

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Assignment 2 Lending Institutions, Health Care, and Human Capital Assignment 2 Lending Institutions, Health Care, and Human Capital Use the Internet to research one (1) developing nation of your choice. Your research should include an examination of lending institutions, health care, and human capital, as well as the material covered by the Webtext and lectures in Weeks 6 through 9. Write a three to four (3-4) page research paper in which you: Explore whether or not funding from international lending institutions like the World Bank and the IMF are helping or hindering the social,...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**BUS 310 Week 4 Assignment 1 - Organizational Analysis [ANZ Bank]** Select an organization (be sure to have your instructors approval by Week 3 before starting this assignment) in which you are familiar, if only as a regular patron. Write a six to eight (6-8) page paper in which you: 1. Describe the organization, what it does, the customers it serves, and its size. 2. Research the organizations mission statement. Discuss the role HR will play (or does play) in fostering the organizations mission statement. 3. Assess the common HR challenges facing this...

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Unit V Question 1 Read the Call-of-the-Question carefully, and follow the instructions for each subject. Prepare four Briefing Papers using the APA Format for Research Papers, and upload them as one document for your response. Briefing Paper 1: Critical Legal ThinkingInstructions: Read Bank of America, N. A. v. Barr Cheeseman text page 293-294 Respond to the three Case Questions found in Cheeseman Text page 294 Brief the facts of the case and assume your boss is seeking your opinions as noted in the Critical Legal Thinking, Ethics, and Contemporary Business questions. Argue both...

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(Account Inheritance Hierarchy) Create an inheritance hierarchy that a bank might use to represent customers bank accounts. All customers at this bank can deposit (i.e., credit) money into their accounts and withdraw (i.e., debit) money from their accounts. More specific types of accounts also exist. Savings accounts, for instance, earn interest on the money they hold. Checking accounts, on the other hand, charge a fee per transaction. Create base class Account and derived classes SavingsAccount and CheckingAccount that inherit from class Account. Base class Account should include...

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FIN 564 Management of Financial Institutions (Fall 2016) Question 1. Question : (TCO A) Of the following, the most likely effect of an increase in income tax rates would be to Question 2. Question : (TCO A) An individual actually earned a 4% nominal return last year. Prices went up by 3% over the year. Given that the investment income was subject to a federal tax rate of 28% and a state, and local tax rate of 6%, what was the investor's actual real after tax rate of return? Question 3. Question : (TCO B) A 10-year annual payment corporate coupon bond has an expected return of 11% and...

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1\.   Brandon Company completed an aging of its accounts receivable and came up with an estimated amount of \$6,342. The credit sales for the period are \$85,000. The balance in the allowance for doubtful accounts is a debit of \$817. If Brandon uses 5% of credit sales as its estimating uncollectable accounts, how much will the credit be to the allowance for doubtful accounts if Brandon uses the estimate of aging receivables as its method of estimating uncollectable accounts? A. \$5,525 B. \$5,067 C. \$7,159 D. \$4,250 2\.   A company purchased furniture on January 1, 2012....

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  Question 1

Which of the following statements is CORRECT?

  Question 2

A U.S. Treasury bond will pay a lump sum of $1,000 exactly 3 years from today.  The nominal interest rate is 6%, semiannual compounding.  Which of the following statements is CORRECT?

  Question 3

Which of the following statements is CORRECT?

  Question 4

Which of the following statements regarding a 15-year (180-month) $125,000, fixed-rate mortgage is CORRECT?  (Ignore taxes and transactions costs.)

  Question 5

Which of the following bank accounts has the lowest effective annual return?

  Question 6

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ACC 260 Week 8 Individual The situation in "Locker Room Talk", centers on Albert Gable, a partner in a CPA firm. Mr. Gable took on a married couple, Larry and Susan Wilson, as clients for financial planning, and as he worked their case he became their personal friends. Albert knew that their marriage had some problems, and as he was auditing a bank, which he did annual audits for, he discovered some discrepancies in the information that the Wilson's gave him and the information that the bank had in loan records. Mr. Gable spoke to a loan officer at the bank, who was friends with Mr....

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Question: What are some internal controls related to cash? Why is control over cash important? What are the pros and cons of segregation of duties over cash? Why is a bank reconciliation considered an internal control over cash? How does it provide control? What control violations might the bank reconciliation highlight? There are several internal controls that are related to cash: Establishment of responsibility Segregation of duties Documentation procedures Physical, mechanical, and electronic controls Other controls These are important because cash assets are something that can easily...

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FIN 5080 WEEK 4 PRACTICE FIN 5080 WEEK 4 PRACTICE QUESTION 1 If the effective rate is 17%. What is the nominal rate if compounding is daily. Do not enter the symbol % in your answer. Simply enter the answer in percentages rounded off to two decimal points. QUESTION 2 How many months it will take to grow your money from $3,769 to $7,149 if you can earn an interest of 7% compounded monthly? Note: Do not write "months" in your answer. Simply write the number in the answer box. QUESTION 3 Gertrude Carter and Co. has an outstanding loan that calls for equal annual...

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ACC 225 Week 8 Assignment Internal Control and Bank Reconciliations P8-1A) 1.Violates separation of duties. The company should implement a policy whereby the person recording incoming cash receipts is not responsible for posting the payments to the customer accounts. 2.Violates the principle of establishing responsibility. Only Julia should have access to the petty cash fund since she is the custodian. The company should implement a policy of not allowing petty cash transactions over the lunch hour. Alternatively, Justine could also serve as a petty cash custodian with his...

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ACC 280 Week 5 DQ-2 What are some internal controls related to cash? Why is control over cash important? What are the pros and cons of segregation of duties over cash? Why is a bank reconciliation considered an internal control over cash? How does it provide control? What control violations might the bank reconciliation highlight?

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Case Study on Unity Bank (3 Pages 889 Words) In the context of computing, A Legacy system refers to any outdated computer systems, programming languages or application software which are preferred instead of currently available latest upgraded versions. Every organization would start with a system from the initial start to come into existence and with the change in technology in this modern age there are vast advancements which leave these systems in terms of performance and efficiency. And if the organization continue using these systems which they have started with, it indicates...

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A+Solution A regional bank has decided to open an office overseas for serving those businesses that are expanding internationally. Choose a country with a large financial center that you believe would be helpful to your customer base. Discuss some of the challenges you may face in this new environment. ?What are the cultural, ethnic, social, and educational characteristics? Describe the political and legal systems. How much does the government intervene in the private sector? ?How will that affect your financial institution? What type of economic system does it have?...

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You are a manufacturer of auto parts located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA. You have entered into an international sales contract to sell a shipment of parts to a purchaser in So Paulo, Brazil. You have extended credit to the importer using a D/A documentary collection. See the specifics outlined below: CIF Santos, Brazil (INCOTERMS 2010) Time of Payment Sixty days from the date documents are stamped "Shipped on board" Draft Amount 2,175, Remitting Bank Bank of America - Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA Collecting Bank Banco do Brasil - So Paulo,...

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Cash Equivalents 1. A deposit account offered by a bank, which invests in government is known as a ___________. a. money market account b. money market despoisted account 2. The balance sheet may include cash equivalents in __________. a. separate accounts b. one account labeled cash and cash equivalents 3. What is an equation that helps a company to determine its ability to meet its short-term obligations? a. A current ratio b. The sum of all cash and cash equivalents divided by the total current liabilities. 4. ________ are an example of a highly liquid investment. a. Money market...

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Heading - Display All Questions True-False Questions [Q1] True False - 2 Points Net Operating Assets (NOA) is determined by subtractingnon-operating assets fromtotal assets. [Q2] True False - 2 Points Operating assets typically include cash, receivables, property, plant and equipment (PPE), and capitalized lease assets. [Q3] True False - 2 Points Tax expense on the income statement reflects both operating and non-operating revenue and expenses. [Q4] True False - 2 Points Operating assets exclude short-term and long-term investments in marketable...

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Computer Modelling in Finance: Homework 1 A+ Grade Solutions Time Value of Money (65%) Problem 1 (4%) You plan to start saving for your son’s university education. He will begin university when he turns 18 years old and will need $4,000 then and in each of the following three years. You will make a deposit at the end of this year in an account that pays 6 % compounded annually, and an identical deposit at the end of each year, with the last deposit occurring when he turns 18. If an annual deposit of $1,484 will allow you to reach your goal, how old is your son...

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**_Week 5:_**__ **_Individual Assignments_**__ **_Assignments from the Readings_**__ Prepare written answers to the following assignments from the text, Financial Accounting 6th ed: a. Chapter 7: Questions 1 and 2 b.Chapter 8: Exercise E8-5 c.Chapter 15: 1)         Exercise E15-1 2)         Exercise E15.2 3)         Exercise E15-11     **_Learning Team Assignments_**__ **_Assignments from the Readings_**__ Prepare written answers to the following assignments from the text, Financial Accounting 6th ed: Chapter 8: BYP8-6 Ethics Case Chapter...

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FIN 535 Blades, Inc. Case Assessment of Potential Arbitrage Opportunities (Chapter 7) Thailand has a civil code, commercial code, and a bankruptcy law. Monetary judgments are calculated at the market exchange rate. Decisions of foreign courts are not accepted or enforceable in Thai courts. Disputes such as the enforcement of property or contract rights have generally been resolved through the Thai courts. Thailand has an independent judiciary that generally is effective in enforcing property and contractual rights. The legal process is slow in practice, however, and litigants...

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Career Opportunities for Accountants Exercise Career Opportunities for Accountants Exercise XACC 280 Career Opportunities for Accountants Exercise Provided that I was an accountant than I would work in a bank kind of setting or do some work in a credit card organization. I prefer to work as a credit card examiner in the business over being in the bank all day. It will be a good job to have on account of you will get a chance to evaluate all individual, and establish on that the people's debt to income ratio is beneficial to invest in. Figuring out that an individual could sustain the...

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Discuss the importance of separation of duties where it relates to the accounting function. Segregation of duties goes together with internal controls. They both defend the organization from dishonest workers. Segregation of duties is a "role dependent access control" which avoids particular employees from being able to view files or information which they don't require for their placement. It's essentially that every worker will just have the access required to finish their job and not anything additional. It also permits other workers to "check again" the other employee's work....

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The Breaching of a Contract, Twice Name BUS 311 February 11, 2013 Marla Muse In 2003, I entered into a rent to own lease, which stipulated that the rental amount was 1,500 monthly with the amount of monthly going towards my down payment towards the purchase of the property in 2 years. I maintained this contract until 2005 at which time I was supposed to have maintained proper credit in which to secure a bank loan to purchase the property outright. In 2005, I was still unable to secure a bank loan in order to purchase the house as the rent to own lease stipulated, and an...

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**ACC 206 Week 1 DQ1 Ethical Issue 12-1** Discussion Question Ethical Issue 12-1 Note: This case is based on an actual situation. Stan Sewell paid $50,000 for a franchise that entitled him to market software programs in the countries of the European Union. Sewell intended to sell individual franchises for the major language groups of Western EuropeGerman, French, English, Spanish, and Italian. Naturally, investors considering buying a franchise from Sewell asked to see the financial statements of his business. Believing the value of the franchise to be $500,000, Sewell sought to...

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FIN 534 - Homework Chapter 11 1. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? a. An externality is a situation where a project would have an adverse effect on some other part of the firm's overall operations. If the project would have a favorable effect on other operations, then this is not an externality. b. An example of an externality is a situation where a bank opens a new office, and that new office causes deposits in the bank's other offices to decline. c. The NPV method automatically deals correctly with externalities, even if the externalities are not...

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Adjusting Entries CASE 2 Adjusting Entries Submission of this assignment is made under the terms of our academic integrity code. Team: _______________________________________________________ Each adjustment is worth 3 points. There is no partial credit for individual entries. The summary table at the end is worth 8 points. The case is worth 50 points. You are presented with the following information for Little Co. Consider all situations independently. The company has a 12/31 year end and each item should be considered as a possible adjusting entry. Please present each adjusting entry...

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FIN 534 - Homework Chapter 11 Chapter 11 1. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? a. An example of an externality is a situation where a bank opens a new office, and that new office causes deposits in the bank's other offices to decline. b. The NPV method automatically deals correctly with externalities, even if the externalities are not specifically identified, but the IRR method does not. This is another reason to favor the NPV. c. Both the NPV and IRR methods deal correctly with externalities, even if the externalities are not specifically identified. However, the...

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FIN 534 - Homework Chapter 11 Chapter 11 1. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? a. An example of an externality is a situation where a bank opens a new office, and that new office causes deposits in the bank's other offices to decline. b. The NPV method automatically deals correctly with externalities, even if the externalities are not specifically identified, but the IRR method does not. This is another reason to favor the NPV. c. Both the NPV and IRR methods deal correctly with externalities, even if the externalities are not specifically identified. However, the...

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ACCT 201 - Completing a Balance Sheet and infering Net Income Completing a Balance Sheet and Inferring Net Income Terry Lloyd and Joan Lopez organized Read More Store as a corporation; each contributed $50,000 cash to start the business and received 4,000 shares of common stock. The store completed its first year of operations on December 31, 2006. On that date, the following financial items for the year were determined: December 31, 2006, cash on hand and in the bank, $48,900; December 31, 2006, amounts due from customers from sales of books, $25,000; unused portion of store and...

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ACC 260 Week 8 Assignment Fully Applying a Decision-Making Framework Fully Applying a Decision-Making Framework Various reasons exist for ethical dilemmas in business. We have to recognize these difficulties and analyze the actions that led to the predicament while keeping in mind the views and considerations of the stakeholders. Also, we must examine all possible outcomes and, as a final step, create possible solutions that will resolve the existing dilemma. Within this example, there is an accountant named Albert Gable who has been hired by the Wilson's in helping to preparing a...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**CIS 210 Week 4 Assignment 2 - Use Cases** As an intern software developer for a retail bank, you have been tasked with developing use cases to support the ATM service. Prepare a 5-6 page paper in which you: 1. Describe (in a one to two (1-2) page narrative) a use case, complete with typical and alternate courses, that documents the event of a bank customer withdrawing money from an ATM. 2. Illustrate the use case using Visio or a similar product. 3. Describe (in a one to two (1-2) page narrative) a use case dependency for making an account deposit....

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FIN 534 Homework Chapter 11   1. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? a. An externality is a situation where a project would have an adverse effect on some other part of the firms overall operations. If the project would have a favorable effect on other operations, then this is not an externality. b. An example of an externality is a situation where a bank opens a new office, and that new office causes deposits in the banks other offices to decline. c. The NPV method automatically deals correctly with externalities, even if the externalities are not specifically identified,...

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FIN 501 Module 2 Case Time Value of Money As a financial manager you will often have to compare cash payments which occur at different dates. To make optimal decisions, you must understand the relationship between a dollar today [present value] and a dollar in the future [future value]. Future value is the amount to which an investment will grow after earning interest. Interest can be of two types: i) simple interest, and ii) compound interest. In a word document, upload your answers to the following questions below. Very importantly - show all your work. If your final answer is...

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ACC 230 Week 9 Final Paper - Target Corporation's Financial Health Week 9 - Target Corporation's Financial Health Target Corporation was founded in 1902 by George Dayton, a banker and real estate investor, the original name was Dayton Dry Goods Company, later in 1911 becoming Dayton Department Store, and in 1962 becoming Target a discount chain store. Target and its iconic red bulls-eye, named because it is a marksman's goal to hit the center mark, much as it was Target's goal to do the same in terms of retail goods, services, community commitment, price, value, and overall...

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Acc 230 Final Week 9 - Target Corporation's Financial Health Week 9 - Target Corporation's Financial Health Target Corporation was founded in 1902 by George Dayton, a banker and real estate investor, the original name was Dayton Dry Goods Company, later in 1911 becoming Dayton Department Store, and in 1962 becoming Target a discount chain store. Target and its iconic red bulls-eye, named because it is a marksman's goal to hit the center mark, much as it was Target's goal to do the same in terms of retail goods, services, community commitment, price, value, and overall experience (,...

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Businesses have to make many financial decisions that have a direct impact on operations and the ability to successfully compete in the marketplace. Base your writing on the information from the course coupled with information located in the Strayer databases or Internet. Write a two to three (2-3) page paper in which you: Assume that you are financial advisor to a business. Describe the advice that you would give to the client for raising business capital using both debt and equity options in today's economy. Outline the major advantages and disadvantages of each option. Summarize the...

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Moral Courage- As a criminal justice professional, how would you act if you are confronted by your supervisor and asked to do something that was morally against your principles "Stand up for what is right even if you stand alone." Anonymous Examples of unethical behaviors are seen today in academia, politics, sports, entertainment, banking, and the legal system. Healthcare professionals working in clinical practice, education, research, and administration are not immune to these unethical behaviors. They face ethical dilemmas on a regular basis. Shortages in the numbers of clinicians...

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ECO 372 1. Both the demand curve and the Aggregate Demand curve are downward sloping. a. List 2 explanations for the shape of the aggregate demand curve? The aggregate demand curve are downward sloping because of the wealth effect, interest rate effect, international affect and multiplier effect (Colander, 2008). The wealth effect cause the aggregate demand curve to slope downward because price falls and the value of the dollar increases creating a demand because of the ability to buy more because the power of the dollar (Colander, 2008). The interest rate effect causes the...

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FIN 100 Week 8 Assignment 2 Business Financing and the Capital Structure Businesses have to make many financial decisions that have a direct impact on operations and the ability to successfully compete in the marketplace. Base your writing on the information from the course coupled with information located in the Strayer databases or Internet. Write a two to three (2-3) page paper in which you: that you are financial advisor to a business. Describe the advice that you would give to the client for raising business capital using both debt and equity options in today's...

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DirecTV is one of the largest providers of satellite television in the world. It is a corporation but has subsidiaries throughout Latin America in countries such as Argentina, Chile, and Venezuela. Latin America is volatile part of the world with issues of political strife and often extreme economic fluctuations. Inflation and currency exchange rates are often especially volatile in this part of the world. DirecTV Latin America even filed for bankruptcy protection in 2003 due to its many woes from the unrest and economic hardship in this part of the world. The company is currently...

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FIN 100 Assignment 2 Business Financing and the Capital Structure Businesses have to make many financial decisions that have a direct impact on operations and the ability to successfully compete in the marketplace. Base your writing on the information from the course coupled with information located in the Strayer databases or Internet. Write a two to three (2-3) page paper in which you: Assume that you are financial advisor to a business. Describe the advice that you would give to the client for raising business capital using both debt and equity options in today's economy. Outline the...

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FIN 100 Assignment 2 Business Financing and the Capital Structure Businesses have to make many financial decisions that have a direct impact on operations and the ability to successfully compete in the marketplace. Base your writing on the information from the course coupled with information located in the Strayer databases or Internet. Write a two to three (2-3) page paper in which you: Assume that you are financial advisor to a business. Describe the advice that you would give to the client for raising business capital using both debt and equity options in today's economy. Outline the...

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Answer 1 (Amount in ) D ate Particulars Debit Credit 1987 Bank a/c 1,000,000 To Bonds a/c 1,000,000 1987 Building a/c 1,500,000 To Bank a/c 1,500,000 1987 Depreciation expense a/c 50,000 To accumulated depreciation a/c 50,000 1988 Depreciation expense a/c 50,000 To accumulated depreciation a/c 50,000 1989 Depreciation expense a/c 50,000 To accumulated depreciation a/c 50,000 1990 Depreciation expense a/c 50,000 To accumulated depreciation a/c 50,000 1991 Depreciation expense a/c 50,000 To accumulated depreciation...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**CIS 513 Week 8 Assignment 3 - Wireless Security Policy** #####Strayer University Implementing wireless technologies involves technical and management issues or considerations that have strategic business implications within organizations. Thus, it is critical that organizations adopting wireless technologies develop the appropriate security policies governing wireless technologies and operations within their organization. Write a four to six (4-6) page wireless security policy for a medium-sized banking organization using the following...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**CIS 513 Week 7 Case Study 2 - Security in Bluetooth and other Mobile Devices** #####Strayer University Before supporting mobile and wireless devices, organizations need to ensure that they have analyzed the potential security and implementation issues associated with those devices. Additionally, they need to ensure that they have taken the proper precautions and implemented the proper security controls to mitigate vulnerabilities. Read the NIST Draft SP 800-164, Guidelines on Hardware-Rooted Security in Mobile Devices, located at Write a four to five (4-5)...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**PSYCH 660 Case Study One Worksheet** Dr. Eduardo Romaro, a clinically trained forensic psychologist, was retained by the prosecution to evaluate the intellectual competence of John Stone, a 50-year-old man convicted of first-degree murder of a guard during a bank robbery. John had claimed he was innocent throughout the trial. In the state in which the trial was conducted, individuals convicted of such an offense face the death penalty. John’s attorney challenged the death penalty option for his client, claiming that the defendant is intellectually disabled....

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A curve of radius 100 m is banked so that a car traveling with uniform speed 60 km/hr can round the curve without relying on friction to keep it from slipping to its left or right. The mass of the car is 2000 kg.

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INSTRUCTIONS: To post, click on the Topic title to access the topic and then click the "Post New Thread" button. Select one author whose work we are reading this week. After carefully reading this week's introduction to the Literary Renaissance (pp. 128-133), please comment on how this author fits into the genre of American Literary Modernism. Use lines from the text itself as well as the poems to support your points. Then, actually discuss your RESPONSE to the poems. What appeals to you and what doesn't, and why? Let's start things off with something fun that some of you may want to...

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Ldr 531 Week 2 Examining a Business Failure Enron Examining a Business Failure Research a business failure that occurred at a large organization such as Tyco International Ltd., Chrysler LLC, Daewoo Motor America, WorldCom, or Enron. Write a paper of no more than 1,050 words, describing how specific organizational-behavior theories could have predicted or explained the company's failure. Compare and contrast how leadership, management, and organizational structures contributed to the failure. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines In December of 2001, Enron was forced...

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Ldr 531 Week 2 Individual Examining A Business Failure LDR/531 Examining a Business Failure Research a business failure that occurred at a large organization such as Tyco International Ltd., Chrysler LLC, Daewoo Motor America, WorldCom, or Enron. Write a paper of no more than 1,050 words, describing how specific organizational-behavior theories could have predicted or explained the company's failure. Compare and contrast how leadership, management, and organizational structures contributed to the failure. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines Examining a Business...

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Find three different financial statements that have varying capital structures. Write a paragraph about each that explains the deb-equity relationship and that computes the percent of debt and the percent of equ8ity represented. Also note whether the percent of annual interest on debt is revealed in the notes to the financial statements. If so, do you believe the interest rate is fair and equitable 1. SunTrust Banks, Inc.(NYSE: STI) Amounts: in millions except per share data Consolidated statements of income (for the year ended December 31) Summary Income statement 2005...

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ACC 205 Week 3 Assignment Decision Case 1 ACC205: Principles of Accounting 1 Week 3: Assignment: Decision Case 1 Chapter 6, page 344, Decision Case 1: Assume you are opening a Bed Bath & Beyond store. To Finance the business, you need a 500,000 loan, and your banker requires a set of forecasted financial statements. Assume you are preparing the statements and must make some decisions about how to do the accounting for the business. Answer the following questions (refer back to Chapter 5 if necessary). 1: Which type of inventory system will you use? Give your reason. (p....

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WEEK 2 DQ Describe the relationship between debt and equity on balance sheet and financing activities on cash flow statement. Assets are items which an organization possesses which have worth. This usually means they can either be sold off or utilized by the organization to produce goods or offer facilities which can be sold off. Assets incorporate actual property, for example factories, automobiles, machines and stock. Additionally it incorporates items which can't be touched however exist and have got worth, for example trademarks and patents. And money itself is an asset. So...

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Week 7 Checkpoint Solutions 1 Will project management work in all companies? Why or why not? Provide examples of companies or industries to support your answer. Answer - Project management would be very useful to implement in companies that does their work as 'projects', where a project is defined as a well defined set of work with a start and finish date. However, for companies or industries that do their work on an ongoing continuous basis, and have a very functional focus, project management would not be the best approach to implement. Examples of this include companies like Johnson...

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Week 8 Looking Ahead (not graded) Class, looking back over the Terminal Course Objectives for this course, what are you looking forward to learning more about throughout your education and career? This class has really opened my eyes to what accounting is about. When I was much younger working at a bank, it was all over my head. Now it is all falling into place. Thank you for turning the light on. :)

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**ACC 205 Week 1 E1-21 - Caren Smith, M.D.** E1-21 - Caren Smith, M.D E1-21        Using the accounting equation to analyze transactions [1020 min] Caren Smith opened a medical practice. During July, the first month of operation, the business, titled Caren Smith, M.D., experienced the following events: Jul 6     Smith invested $55,000 in the business by opening a bank account in the name of C. Smith, M.D. The business gave capital to Smith. 9        Paid $46,000 cash for land. 12    Purchased medical supplies for $1,800 on account. 15    Officially opened for...

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Week Four Individual Assignment: Financial Transaction Risks Explain the risk exposure(s) in the subsequent financial dealings. Spot which deals are influenced by interest rates or interest income. (CAUTION: Some can be influenced by both!) Risk Types: Interest rate risk, Credit risk, Technology risk, Foreign exchange rate risk, Country or sovereign risk Financial Transactions Risk Type Describe and justify risk type Interest Rate or Interest Income? A bank invests a 10 million, six-year fixed-rate business loan by selling one-year certificate of deposit. Interest rate...

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Current licensing _____ US25 - Single User License _____ US250 - Institution Site License _____ US1000 - Institution World-Wide License Make the Cheque payable to "Michael Simmons" Write the Cheque out for the equivalent of 25 US in your local currency. It does not need to be exact. You might also like to state the exchange rate applicable when you worked it out. I would prefer a bank draft in Australian dollars if possible. American Express Money Orders and Postal Money Orders are also OK. I will accept personal cheques but these take a while to...

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DQ1) Unlimited life, pooling of resources from anonymous investors and limited liability. Forming a corporation depends on what kind. Simple LLCs can be formed for under 250 by filling out of Secretary of State form most places. Forming a Bank Holding Company requires multiple levels of licensing and millions in initial capital. Each legal classification of corporation has substantially different requirements for formation, and in the USA there are over 40 legal forms of incorporation. Chief disadvantage is double taxation for C type (public stock) corporations. Also unrelated business...

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Post a 200-300-word response to the following discussion topic. Any includedreferences should be formatted according to APA style. In role-based systems, you want to establish mutually exclusive roles to prevent assignment of conflicting permissions to a single role. Provide examples of two similar job functions that have differing access roles. What would be all of the types of systems for which you would grant each role access? An organization that has similar job functions is a bank. One of the big advantages of role-based access controls (RBAC) is that organizations can create access...

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Week Four Individual Assignment: Financial Transaction Risks Explain the risk exposure(s) in the subsequent financial dealings. Spot which deals are influenced by interest rates or interest income. (CAUTION: Some can be influenced by both!) Risk Types: Interest rate risk, Credit risk, Technology risk, Foreign exchange rate risk, Country or sovereign risk Financial Transactions Risk Type Describe and justify risk type Interest Rate or Interest Income? A bank invests a 10 million, six-year fixed-rate business loan by selling one-year certificate of deposit. Interest rate...

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BSA 500 Week 1 DQ 1 Week 1: DQ 1 Imagine you are starting a new business, expecting to have about 100,000 in personal or family capital and another 200,000 borrowed, say from a bank, Small Bus Admin (federal government) or an angel investor. How would you form this business venture (i.e. structure as per text Chapter 5)? Defend your choice! I would to create a consultant sole proprietorship profit organization for an information systems customer liaison program website, and resource center for hospital organizations/health care businesses. I would dedicate an information systems...

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Prepare a 1,050- to 1,750-word paper in which you analyze the following global financing and exchange rate topic: Roles of international financial institutions (e.g. IMF, World Bank, ADB, etc.) Define your selected topic. Explain how your topic is used in global financing operations and describe its importance in managing risks. International Financial Institutions Roles of International Financial Institutions Abstract:- In this analysis you will find the definitions of the global financing and Exchange rates with the discussion on the role of International Financial Institutions....

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Prepare a 1,050- to 1,750-word paper in which you analyze the following global financing and exchange rate topic: Roles of international financial institutions (e.g. IMF, World Bank, ADB, etc.) Define your selected topic. Explain how your topic is used in global financing operations and describe its importance in managing risks. International Financial Institutions Roles of International Financial Institutions Abstract:- In this analysis you will find the definitions of the global financing and Exchange rates with the discussion on the role of International Financial Institutions....

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Paid Time Off (PTO) Policies Name Institution Course Date Paid Time Off (PTO) Policies Introduction Paid Time off is considered to be the time off from the job for all the employees in order to take rest, family holidays, leisure time etc. Different companies have different allocation period for this. And Companies are regularly facing the problem of implementing and evaluating many paid off time programs. Many employers adopt Traditional paid off time where there is a separate provision for vacation, medical and other leaves. Others adopt a Bank system here employees are...

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FIN 564 Management of Financial Institutions (Keller - Fall 2016) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Grading Summary These are the automatically computed results of your exam. Grades for essay questions, and comments from your instructor, are in the "Details" section below. Date Taken: 2/6/2016 Time Spent: 09 min , 14 secs Points Received: 5 / 5 (100%) Question Type: # Of Questions: # Correct: Multiple Choice 5 5 Grade Details - All Questions Question1. Question : (TCO E & F)A bank is facing a forecast of rising interest ...

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Sachin deposited $1,000,000 in his bank for 2 years at simple interest rate of 6%. a) How much interest would he earn? b) How much would be the final value of deposit?

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1. Swim Suits Unlimited is in a highly seasonal business, and the following summary balance sheet data show its assets and liabilities at peak and off-peak seasons (in thousands of dollars): Peak Off-Peak Cash $ 50 $ 30 Marketable securities 0 20 Accounts receivable 40 20 Inventories 100 50 Net fixed assets 500 500 Total assets $690 $620 Payables and accruals $ 30 $ 10 Short-term bank debt 50 0 Long-term debt 300 300 Common equity 310 310 Total claims $690 $620 From this data we may conclude that a. Swim Suits' current asset financing policy calls for exactly matching asset...

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**ACC 205 Week 2 Ethical Issues 3-1 - Steinback & Sons** Ethical Issue 3-1 - Steinbach & Sons Ethical Issue 3-1 The net income of Steinbach & Sons, a department store, decreased sharply during 2014. Mort Steinbach, manager of the store, anticipates the need for a bank loan in 2015. Late in 2014, Steinbach instructs the store's accountant to record a $2,000 sale of furniture to the Steinbach family, even though the goods will not be shipped from the manufacturer until January 2015. Steinbach also tells the accountant not to make the following December 31, 2014, adjusting entries:...

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BUS 660 Allen Young has always been proud of his personal investment strategies and has done very well over the past several years. He invests primarily in the stock market. Over the past several months, however, Allen has become very concerned about the stock market as a good investment. In some cases it would have been better for Allen to have his money in a bank than in the market. During the next year, Allen must decide whether to invest 10,000 in the stock market or in a certificate of deposit (CD) at an interest rate of 9%. If the market is good, Allen believes that he could get a...

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Lit1 Task , 11, 13 Part A Sole Proprietorship: Sole Proprietorship is the easiest and least expensive way to start a business. You are in complete control of the business and are in control of all the finances. If you want to name your business anything other than your name you will need to register your fictitious business name with the State. You will register it by supplying your "Doing Business As" (DBA) name. There are also disadvantages of being a sole proprietor, you have unlimited liability and are legally responsible for all debts in the business. You will be using your...

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Are you a shopaholic? 1. Shopaholics found their compulsion to spend by creating false identities to obtain more creditcards. They often hide bank statements from their spouses and try in any way possible to conceal their abuse. In some extreme cases shopaholics has even turned prostituted in order to finance their spending. 2. The group Walletwatch was made by Lawrence Michaels who is a Shopaholic. He spends thou-sands of pounds on albums he dont like and clothes which dont fit him. The reason why he started the group was because he wanted to help other people who have...

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2351 William Faulkner was born in New Albany, Mississippi where he became a high school drop out and was forced to work with grandfather at a bank. In 1925 Faulkner moved to New Orleans and worked as a journalist, here he met the American Sherwood Andersen, a famous short-story writer. Anderson convinced Faulkner that writing about the people and places he could identify with would improve his career as a writer. After a trip to Europe, Faulkner began to write of the fictitious Yoknapatawpha County, which was representative of Lafayette County, Mississippi. Often in this series of novels...

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A+ Solution Step 1 Read the scenario about an ethical issue. The net income of Steinbach & Sons, a department store, decreased sharply during 2009. Mort Steinbach, owner of the store, anticipates the need for a bank loan in 2010. Late in 2009, Steinbach instructs the store's accountant to record a $2,000 sale of furniture to the Steinbach family, even though the goods will not be shipped from the manufacturer until January 2010. Steinbach also tells the accountant to make the following December 31, 2009, adjusting entries: Salaries owed to...

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Axia College Material Appendix B Building a Medical Vocabulary Ch. 1 Complete activities A, B, & C, and post to the Individual forum. A.Use the word bank below to build the medical word that corresponds to each definition in problems 1-8. Click the grey box to begin typing. -ic -pathy hepat/o- an- -megaly sub- gastr/o- ven/o- esthes/o- cutane/o- -ectomy poly- hemat/o- -ous -ia -oma -ous neur/o- appendic/o- intra- 1. Pertaining to the liver 2. Pertaining to underneath the skin 3. Surgical removal of the appendix 4....

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Axia College Material Appendix E Building a Medical Vocabulary Ch. 3, 4, & 5 Complete activities A, B, & C, and post to the Individual forum. A.Use the word bank below to build the medical word that corresponds to each definition in problems 1-16. Word parts may be used more than once. Click the grey box to begin typing....

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Multiple choice When preparing a bank reconciliation, which of the following items should be added to the book balance? EFT receipts deposits in transit collection items both EFT receipts and collection items Which of the following must be added to beginning Retained Earnings to compute ending Retained Earnings? net income expenses dividends all of these answers are correct The use of the FIFO method increases taxable income: when prices are constant when prices are declining when prices are increasing under all circumstances A company mistakenly destroys...

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BSA 310 (Business Systems Version 7) Week 5 DQ 2 (Network Security) Business Systems will always need security. If you do not protect the data the lies within an organization, another company will come along and steal your protected secrets. You are also liable for all your customer data. If you are a company that has a presence on the web, like a credit card company, or a bank

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Week 9 Assignment 2 Submission Click the link above to submit your assignment. Students, please view the "Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment" in the Student Center. Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center. Assignment 2: Lending Institutions, Health Care, and Human Capital Due Week 9 and worth 200 points Use the Internet to research one (1) developing nation of your choice. Your research should include an examination of lending institutions, health care, and human capital, as well as the material covered by the Webtext and lectures in Weeks 6 through...

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ECON 210 Phase 4 DB Choose a developing country, and discuss its economic growth in the last 2-3 years. Include the following information: Identify its growth in output per capita and in population it an open or closed economy? Identify its comparative advantage and whether it is involved in trade. Identify the country's type of economy-how its economy is a market, command, or mixed economy. Is the country's foreign exchange overvalued or undervalued? Has the central bank intervened in the foreign exchange market on behalf of the country's currency valuation? Using the...

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ECON 210 Phase 4 DB Choose a developing country, and discuss its economic growth in the last 2-3 years. Include the following information: Identify its growth in output per capita and in population growth. Is it an open or closed economy? Identify its comparative advantage and whether it is involved in trade. Identify the country's type of economy-how its economy is a market, command, or mixed economy. Is the country's foreign exchange overvalued or undervalued? Has the central bank intervened in the foreign exchange market on behalf of the country's currency valuation? Using...

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Moss Exports is having a bad year. Net income is only 60,000. Also, two important overseas customers are falling behind in their payments to Moss, and Moss's accounts receivable are ballooning. The company desperately needs a loan. The Moss Exports board of directors is considering ways to put the best face on the company's financial statements. Moss's bank closely examines cash flow from operations. Daniel Peavey, Moss's controller, suggests reclassifying as long-term the receivables from the slow-paying clients. He explains to the board that removing the 80,000 rise in accounts...

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In times of a struggling economic situation, determine the key steps that the Federal Reserve should take to help stabilize the economy. Next, explain how your proposed steps will affect money supply, interest rates, inflation rate, aggregate demand, and output. Provide support for your response. ANSWER: The Federal Bank can make changes in its monetary policies in order to have a control over the money supply so that people can spend accordingly. Thereby, it can also control the inflation rate in the country. The successful Expansionary monetary policy involves reduction of the interest...

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A government can finance its budget deficit by doing all of the following Report this Question as Inappropriate Question Question 1 A government can finance its budget deficit by doing all of the following except: buying bonds. borrowing from its central bank. selling bonds. printing money. 2 points Question 2 According to some economists when a country's debt-to-GDP ratio exceeds 90 percent: the interest rate will fall, reducing debt service payments. the government will have to purchase more long-term securities. it will compel citizens to buy more U.S. debt. the government will face...

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ECON 312N Week 6 Quiz ECON 312N - Principles of Economics Chamberlain College of Nursing (TCO 7) If you write a check on a bank to purchase a used Honda Civic, you are using money primarily as Student Answer: a medium of exchange. a store of value. a unit of account. an economic investment. Instructor Explanation: Chapter 31 Points Received: 1 of 1 Comments: Question2. Question : (TCO 7) The amount of money reported asM2 Student Answer: is smaller than the amount reported asM1. is larger than the amount reported asM1. excludes coins and...

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**Starting a Business** Starting your own business can be exciting and daunting at the same time. Businesses use math when managing finances, determining production levels, designing products and packaging, and monitoring labor. A bakery can be a highly profitable and rewarding business. During this activity, you will apply the skills from Ch. 1 & 2 to navigate some of the issues facing bakery owners. **Initial Budget:** \$80,000 loan from family \$38,250 small business loan from bank All loans to be repaid in 10 years **Application Practice** Answer the following questions. Use...

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**ACC 205 Week 2** E4-21 - Klein Photography E4-21     Identifying and journalizing closing entries [10-15 min] The accountant for Klein Photography has posted adjusting entries (a)(e) to the following selected accounts at December 31, 2012. Requirements 1.    Journalize Klein Photography's closing entries at December 31, 2012. 2.    Determine Klein Photography's ending Klein, capital balance at December 31, 2012. Ethical Issue 3-1 - Steinbach & Sons Ethical Issue 3-1 The net income of Steinbach & Sons, a department store, decreased sharply during 2014. Mort...

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FIN 501 Module 1 SLP Initial Public Offering The main purpose of an initial public offering (IPO) is to raise capital for the corporation. While IPOs are effective at raising capital, being listed on a stock exchange comes with heavy regulatory compliance and reporting requirements which are expensive. The session long project (SLP) for the course will be performed using information on a company that is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). To complete Module 1 SLP, please choose a company that is publicly traded in the stock market. If you are unsure which company to...

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Compare and contrast a Eurocurrency loan and a Eurobond- Week 4 DQ 3 1. Cost of borrowing Euro bonds are issued in both fixed rate and floating rate forms. Fixed rate bonds are an attractive exposure management tool since the known long-term currency inflows can be offset by the known long-term outflows in the same currency. In contrast, Euro currency loans carry variable rates. 2. Maturity Euro bonds have longer maturities while the period of borrowing in the Euro currency market has tended to lengthen over time. 3. Size of the issue Earlier, the funds available for...

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Financial Statement Analysis of Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd. FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS Analyzing financial statements involves evaluating three characteristics: a company's liquidity, profitability and solvency. A short-term creditor such as a bank is primarily interested in liquidity - the borrower to pay obligations when they come due. A long-term creditor, such as a bondholder, looks to profitability and solvency measures that indicate the company's ability to survive over a long period of time. Similarly, stockholders look at the profitability and solvency of the company and want...

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HSA 525 Assignment 1 FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS of Publically traded health care Organization Analyzing financial statements involves evaluating three characteristics: a company's liquidity, profitability and solvency. A short-term creditor such as a bank is primarily interested in liquidity - the borrower to pay obligations when they come due. A long-term creditor, such as a bondholder, looks to profitability and solvency measures that indicate the company's ability to survive over a long period of time. Similarly, stockholders look at the profitability and solvency of the company and...

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Setting up a Dummy Corporation... How to get anything you ever wanted for free... The "system" is a series of checks and balances. It's an insiders club and unless you know the rules or are willing to break them, you'll probably never have a pot to piss in. Not.... Where does it say, we have to put up with, read about or watch on TV, the exploits of people like Donald Trump, Robin Leach or one of the "Kennedy's". Personally, I'm tired hearing about all their bullshit. Who gives a shit what Hillary or Tipper are wearing either? When people like "The...

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A+Solution Assignment 1: Exporting and Importing for a Developing Country Due Week 4 and worth 280 points Please review all three (3) of the following documents: Division for Africa, Least Developed Countries and Special Programmes Economic Development in Africa, Report 2012: Structural Transformation and Sustainable Development in Africa Modernizing and Enhancing BEA's International Economic Accounts: A Progress Report Choose one (1) developing country that is discussed in the readings. Select a product to market in the selected developing country. Use the following...

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Axia College Material Appendix G Building a Medical Vocabulary Ch. 6, 7, & 14 Complete activities A, B, & C, and post to the Individual forum. A.Use the word bank below to build the medical word that corresponds to each definition in problems 1-17. Word parts may be used more than once. Click the grey box to begin typing....

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Axia College Material Appendix I Building a Medical Vocabulary Ch. 8, 9, & 10 Complete activities A, B, & C, and post to the Individual forum. A.Use the word bank below to build the medical word that corresponds to each definition in problems 1-13. Word parts may be used more than once. Click the grey box to begin typing. epi- oste/o- -or hypo- cost/o- ab- gustat/o- -cyte -ic xiph/o- thalam/o- -al perone/o- -ion -ar -oid duct/o- dur/o- -ory -cervic/o sacr/o- pronat/o- -delt/o- appendicul/o- recept/o- 1. Pertaining to a limb 2....

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MGMT 36043 Assignment 10: Queuing Analysis Problem 1 – Queuing Theory – see Week 11 Keuka Park Savings and Loan currently has one drive-in teller window. Cars arrive at a mean rate of 10 per hour. The mean service rate is 12 cars per hour. I have done the calculations for you. To improve its customer service, Keuka Park Savings and Loan (Problem 4) wants to investigate the effect of a second drive-in teller window. Assume a mean arrival rate of 10 cars per hour. In addition, assume a mean service rate of 12 cars per hour for each window. What effect would adding a new...

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What is the fraud known as kiting, and how can the auditor detect it? What is the fraud known as lapping, and how can the auditor detect it? The term "lapping" refers to an employee's stealing the cash receipts of a company and then covering the amount with a following day's payment received for another customer's account. A "lapping" operation is possible when a single employee has access to both cash and accounts receivable records. The auditor is alerted to the possibility of a "lapping" operation when duties are not properly separated. Surprise confirmation is the primary means...

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Choose a developing country, and discuss its economic growth in the last 2-3 years. Include the following information: Identify its growth in output per capita and in population growth. Is it an open or closed economy? Identify its comparative advantage and whether it is involved in trade. Identify the country's type of economy-how its economy is a market, command, or mixed economy. Is the country's foreign exchange overvalued or undervalued? Has the central bank intervened in the foreign exchange market on behalf of the country's currency valuation? Using the information you...

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Choose a developing country, and discuss its economic growth in the last 2-3 years. Include the following information: Identify its growth in output per capita and in population growth. Is it an open or closed economy? Identify its comparative advantage and whether it is involved in trade. Identify the country's type of economy-how its economy is a market, command, or mixed economy. Is the country's foreign exchange overvalued or undervalued? Has the central bank intervened in the foreign exchange market on behalf of the country's currency valuation? Using the information you...

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LAWS 310 The Legal Environment (DeVry Uni. Guide) Week 3 Quiz Download Correct Answers of the Questions Below 1. Question : (TCO 5) Most contract disputes in the U.S. are now governed by the _____. 2. Question : (TCO 5) A contract that is _____ is one that requires one of the parties to violate a state law. 3. Question : (TCO 5) For a court to hold that a particular statement is an offer, the speaker must have intended to make an offer the terms of the offer must be sufficiently _____ so that the court can determine the duties of the parties and the performance required of the...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**CIS 500 Term Paper - Mobile Computing and Social Networks** There are thousands of iPhone Apps, iPad Apps, and Android Apps that have been developed to perform a myriad of tasks and processes. Initially, most of these applications were games intended to be played on mobile devices. The popularity of these applications led businesses to ponder whether some of their business process applications that run on desktop platforms and the Web could be redesigned to run on mobile devices. The answer was a resounding yes! For example, Nationwide developed the...

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Assignment 1 Discussion-Finance Organization and Long-Term Planning- Genesis Energy Considering Genesis Energy's aggressive growth plan, Sensible Essentials suggested that its client should broaden the scope of financing beyond short-term loans and consider long-term financing options. These options would greatly enhance the ability of the operations management team to fund the capital investments and growth in operating expenses. One option is selling more equity in the company. A public stock offering might be a possibility however, a company as young and small as Genesis...

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ECON 312 Principles of Economics Week 1 Week 1 Discussion Opportunity Cost (Graded) Give an example of how the Principle of Opportunity Cost applies to your life. Think of a recent decision you made. It could be a decision as simple as whether to eat out or cook your own dinner, or it could be a decision to quit your job and go back to school. What alternatives did you consider? How did you arrive at your final decision? Did you implicitly weigh marginal cost and marginal benefit? How does the concept of opportunity cost apply to production possibilities curve (PPC) analysis? How...

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_A+ Grade Solutions_ ####**FINA 310 IP 5 Management of Working Capital and Cash Flow - Cyrus Brown Manufacturing** To avoid any uncertainty regarding his business' financing needs at the time when such needs may arise, Cyrus Brown wants to develop a cash budget for his latest venture: Cyrus Brown Manufacturing (CBM). He has estimated the following sales forecast for CBM over the next 9 months: March $100,000 April $275,000 May $320,000 June $450,000 July $700,000 August $700,000 September $825,000 October $500,000 November $115,000 He has also...

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Compare and contrast the process of adding JavaScript and a Cascading Style Sheet to a Website. Determine if they can be used simultaneously in a page. If so, explain which of the two takes precedence over the other. ,. Analyze some of the limitations a Web designer should be aware of before adding JavaScript to a Website. Determine if these limitations outweigh the benefits of using JavaScript. Explain your decision. From the second e-Activity, identify a company (bank, car wash, travel agency, nonprofit, restaurant, etc.). Keeping...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**BUS 335 Week 8 Assignment 2 - Business Expansion and Sustainability** In order to complete this assignment, refer to the scenario that you chose in Assignment 1. Note: You may create and / or make all necessary assumptions needed for the completion of these assignments. SCENARIO You are a former certified education administrator who departed your former position to become the owner of a small, in-home day care consisting of you and a part-time assistant where you care for children from age three (3) to age ten (10). Over the course of time, your demographic...

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1 . Which of the following terms describes the fallacy of trying to sidetrack someone by bringing up a related but irrelevant topic? A. Appeal to popularity B. Bandwagon C. Smoke screen D. Common practice 2 . Which of the following terms describes a fallacy that encourages the acceptance of a claim on the grounds that it is already accepted by some substantial number of others? A. Two wrongs make a right B. Appeal to popularity C. Wishful thinking D. Scapegoating 3 . Which of the following terms is used for a fallacy that tries to justify an action on the grounds that it is...

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Math 221 Week 3 Quiz ----------------------------- 1. Question: (TCO 1) What method of data collection would you use to collect data for a study of the salaries of college professors at a particular college? 2. Question: (TCO 2) The chances of winning the California Lottery are 1 in... 3. Question: (TCO 2) The colors of automobiles on a used car lot are 4. Question: (TCO 1) A lobbyist for a major airspace firm assigns a number to each legislator and then uses a computer......? 5. Question: (TCO 2) A recent survey by a national women’s association showed that the average salary…… 6....

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Question 1: You are designing a grocery delivery business. Via the internet, your company will offer staples and frozen foods in a large metropolitan area and then deliver them within a customer-defined window of time. You plan to partner with two major food stores in the area. What should your competitive priorities be and what capabilities do you want to develop in your own core and support processes? Is it possible for a project to have more than one critical path? Discuss the implications of such a situation with respect to each of the following aspects: a. Project risk b. Total...

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Chapter 03 Doing Business in Global Markets 1. Today, over 90% of the companies doing business globally believe it is important for their employees to have experience working in other countries. True False 2. Importing is the selling of products to another country. True False 3. Exporting is the selling of products to another country. True False 4. The United States imports more products and services than any nation in the world. True False 5. The United States is the largest exporter in the world. True False 6. While the U.S. is a large exporter, Germany...

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ECON 545 Business Economics Week 1 Week 1 DQ 1 Supply and Demand (Graded) Let's discuss the tutorial Understanding and Applying Supply and Demand in our Lecture this week. What is the difference between a change in demand versus a change in quantity demanded? A change in supply versus a change in quantity supplied? Why is it so important to differentiate between these similar-sounding terms? Week 1 DQ 1 Elasticity and the Minimum Wage (Graded) What are your thoughts about minimum wage legislation? What kind of a price-control policy is this? Who gains? Who loses? Are there...

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ECON 545 Business Economics Final Exam Set 1 (TCO A) Suppose you are hired to manage a small manufacturing facility that produces Widgets. (a.) (15 points) You know from data collected on the Widget Market that market demand and market supply have both increased recently. As manager of the facility, what decisions should you make regarding production levels and pricing for your Widget facility? Remember that supply and demand are about the market supply and market demand, which is bigger than your own company. You are being given data on supply and demand for the whole market and...

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Lending Institutions, Healthcare and Human Capital Student Name Course Name Professor Name Date The central bank provides the system its whole stability and offers resources to further bodies. As well, laws and regulations supporting bank supervision might not be officially deficient. On the other hand, the widespread state ownership of banks relentlessly weakens regulatory power (IMF, 2004). A lot of uncertainties as well encircle the prerequisites for sustainable macroeconomic policies and efficient banking supervision. These fears also hamper efficient market discipline,...

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The Federal Reserve is the central bank of United States which watches and regulates its economy. Because of the Federal Reserve’s role in the world’s largest economy some people are arguing it the most powerful organization in the world. As an investor, it should be more essential to know a basic knowledge of the Federal Reserve System. FED is the Central Bank of US, It is also to be called Bankers bank because it is the lender of last resort, it is the sole authority implementing the monetary policy in the country and it dictates monetary and economic policy in the...

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Role of Financial Institution in Financial Markets Three banks that will be depicted for their function in the monetary markets are Citi, Wells Fargo, and TD Bank. Exchanges amongst these banks retirement fund, mutual funds, and commercial banking will be talked about as well. After studying the functions of monetary organizations in the monetary markets, readers should come away with a clearer comprehension of these monetary organizations and interactions with the diverse functions they offer. Citi Bank was formed in 1812 with an asset of two million dollars capital, branded...

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Role of Financial Institution in Financial Markets Three banks that will be depicted for their function in the monetary markets are Citi, Wells Fargo, and TD Bank. Exchanges amongst these banks retirement fund, mutual funds, and commercial banking will be talked about as well. After studying the functions of monetary organizations in the monetary markets, readers should come away with a clearer comprehension of these monetary organizations and interactions with the diverse functions they offer. Citi Bank was formed in 1812 with an asset of two million dollars capital,...

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Week 5 DQ 1 Where would you go to purchase a treasury instrument? How is the cost of corporate debt influenced by the cost of treasury debt? How does the Federal Reserve influence the banking system? How is the cost of corporate debt influenced by the cost of treasury debt? Treasury debt affects the interest rate of corporate bonds as interest rate rises so does the interest on corporate bond. How does the Federal Reserve influence the banking system? The federal Reserve influence the banking system by controlling the banking reserves. Banks are required to maintain a certain...

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The Role of Financial Institutions in Financial Markets FIN 366 The Role of Financial Institutions in Financial Markets Three major financial institutions that do a lot of monetary transactions are Wells Fargo, Citibank, and TD Bank. Some financial exchanges that occur within these banks are mutual funds, commercial banking, retirement funds, credit cards, and personal banking. All of these financial institutions offer a wide range of services and investments. After reviewing some of their components we should have a better understanding of how each of these banks...

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The Role of Financial Institutions in Financial Markets FIN 366 The Role of Financial Institutions in Financial Markets Three major financial institutions that do a lot of monetary transactions are Wells Fargo, Citibank, and TD Bank. Some financial exchanges that occur within these banks are mutual funds, commercial banking, retirement funds, credit cards, and personal banking. All of these financial institutions offer a wide range of services and investments. After reviewing some of their components we should have a better understanding of how each of these banks conducts...

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ECON 545 Business Economics Final Exam Set 2 (TCO A) Suppose you are hired to manage a small manufacturing facility that produces Widgets.(a.) (15 points) You know from data collected on the Widget Market that market demand has recently increased and market supply has recently decreased. As manager of the facility, what decisions should you make regarding production levels and pricing for your Widget facility? Remember that supply and demand are about the market supply and market demand, which is bigger than your own company. You are being given data on supply and demand for the...

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Cash Management 1 Cash Management Services YOUR NAME Axia College of University of Phoenix Cash Management 2 In United States banking, cash management, or treasury management, is a marketing term for certain services offered primarily to larger business customers. It may be used to describe all bank account (such as checking accounts) provided to business of a certain size, but it is more often used to describe specific services such as cash concentration, zero balance accounting, and automated clearing house facilities, In some cases,...

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The true owners of the corporation are the: Which of the following categories of owners have limited liability? Which of the following best describes the goal of the firm? Which of the following would increase the need for external equity? Which of the following does NOT involve underwriting by an investment banker? __________ is a method of offering securities to a limited number of investors. Difficulty in finding profitable projects is due to: According to the agency problem, _________ represent the principals of a corporation. Which of the following is NOT a principle of basic...

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ECO 100 Week 9 Articles - Principles of Economics- The Federal Reserve Federal financial regulation in the United States has evolved through a series of piecemeal responses to developments and crises in the markets. This report provides an overview of current U.S. financial regulation: which agencies are responsible for which institutions and markets, and what kinds of authority they have. United States banking regulation is largely based on a quid pro quo that was adopted in the 1930s in response to widespread bank failures. The government provides deposit insurance, to reduce...

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What is investment banking? Investment banking is, "Financial intermediary that specializes in selling new security issues and advising firms with regard to major financial transactions" (Gitman, 2006, p. 336). How would the investment banker assist an organization in going public? Underwriting is the key action of the investment lender. Underwriting entails buying at an agreed rate as well as having the danger of reselling it for a gain. As a CFO, what information would you need to select an investment banker? Being a CFO, there are a lot of things that need...

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Financial Characteristics Paper FIN 366 Financial Characteristics Paper JP Morgan and Chase is one of the largest financial institutions in the world. It is the company that houses the brands of Chase and JP Morgan. Most known for investment banking, JP Chase and Morgan offer a variety of financial services, such as commercial banking, financial transaction processing, asset management and private equity (Reuters, 2014). Although JP Chase and Morgan offer a variety of financial services, they are all broken into four segments to include: Consumer & Community Banking,...

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Financial Characteristics Paper FIN 366 Financial Characteristics Paper JP Morgan and Chase is one of the largest financial institutions in the world. It is the company that houses the brands of Chase and JP Morgan. Most known for investment banking, JP Chase and Morgan offer a variety of financial services, such as commercial banking, financial transaction processing, asset management and private equity (Reuters, 2014). Although JP Chase and Morgan offer a variety of financial services, they are all broken into four segments to include: Consumer & Community Banking,...

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Financial Characteristics Paper FIN 366 Financial Characteristics Paper JP Morgan and Chase is one of the largest financial institutions in the world. It is the company that houses the brands of Chase and JP Morgan. Most known for investment banking, JP Chase and Morgan offer a variety of financial services, such as commercial banking, financial transaction processing, asset management and private equity (Reuters, 2014). Although JP Chase and Morgan offer a variety of financial services, they are all broken into four segments to include: Consumer & Community Banking,...

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A television campaign is conducted during the football season to promote a well-known brand X shaving cream. For each of several weeks, a survey is made, and it is found that each Week, 60% of those using brand X continue to use it and 40% switch to another brand. It is also found that of those not using brand X, 40% switch to brand X While the other 60% continue using another brand. a) Draw a transition diagram. b) Write the transition matrix. c) If 40% of the people are using brand X at the start of the advertising campaign, what percentage will be using it 1 week later? 2 Weeks...

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**FIN 419 Entire Course** **Week 1** Individual Assignment: Limited Liability Corporation and Partnership Paper **Write** a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you explain roles of limited liability corporations and partnerships. If you were establishing your own business, under what circumstances would you choose one instead of the other? **Discussion Questions** 1.    What is a limited liability corporation? What is a limited liability partnership? What are the differences? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each? 2.    What is a sensitivity analysis? What is a scenario...

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FIN 419 Complete Course Week 1 Individual Assignment: Limited Liability Corporation and Partnership Paper Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you explain roles of limited liability corporations and partnerships. If you were establishing your own business, under what circumstances would you choose one instead of the other? Discussion Questions 1. What is a limited liability corporation? What is a limited liability partnership? What are the differences? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each? 2. What is a sensitivity analysis? What is a scenario analysis? How...

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Federal Reserve Paper Federal Reserve Banks ECO 372 The Federal Reserve Banks operate in the United States under the supervision of the Board of Governors in Washington. Each bank consists of board members who work with operations. The Federal Reserve Bank generates income from interest earned on government securities. The monetary policy generates income. The other form of income is comes from the Monetary Control Act of 1980. The act requires a price of services to depository institutions. The Federal Reserve does not operate for profits and the United States treasury receives...

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MGT 448 Complete Course Week 1 Individual Assignment Globalization Questionnaire Prepare a comprehensive response to the following questions in 350 words. What is globalization, and what are some of the traditional international trade theories that support the concept of globalization? List the major drivers of globalization and provide three examples of each. Explain at least four effects of globalization that affect your community and your organization. Discussion Questions What technological advances in telecommunications and transportation have influenced global...

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**MGT 448 Week 5** **Individual Assignment** **Global Financing and Exchange Rate Mechanisms** **Choose** one of the following topics. Prepare a 1,050- to 1,750-word paper in which you analyze one of the following global financing and exchange rate topics: Purchasing power parity and the Big Mac index Currency hedging Hard and soft currencies Countertrade Financing via letters of credit and EXIM Bank and commercial banks Tariff and nontariff barriers Roles of international financial institutions (e.g. IMF, World Bank, ADB, etc.) Euro currency markets **Define** your selected...

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**MGT 448 Complete Course** **Week 1** **Individual Assignment** **Globalization Questionnaire** **Prepare** a comprehensive response to the following questions in 350 words. What is globalization, and what are some of the traditional international trade theories that support the concept of globalization? List the major drivers of globalization and provide three examples of each. Explain at least four effects of globalization that affect your community and your organization. **Discussion Questions** What technological advances in telecommunications and transportation have...

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Global Financing and Exchange Rate Mechanisms Mgt/448 Global Financing and Exchange Rate Mechanisms The old clich' money makes the world go around are true, it is how that money circulates and the way it circulates that is the focus of this analysis. The global market needs money to function and import and export goods from country to country. The first place the public thinks of in order to get money is the Bank. There are local banks in communities across the United States but there is also a community of banks that are global and have a great deal to with the political...

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Bus 379 1. Assuming that AirJet Parts, Inc. is considering loans from National First and Regions Best, what are the EARs for these two banks? Hint for National Bank: Go to the St. Louis Federal Reserve Board's website (). Select "Interest Rates" and then "Prime Bank Loan Rate". Use the latest MPRIME. Show your calculations. (15 pts) National First (1 ( )/2)?2 - 1 EAR % Regions Best (1 / 12)?12 - 1 EAR 14% 2. Based on your calculations above, which of the two banks would you recommend and why? Explain your rationale. (15 pts) Based on my calculations I would recommend...

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Global Financial Stability FIN 366 Global Financial Stability Introduction Eurocurrency is one of the many important financial instruments of the global financial market. The purpose of Eurocurrency is to allow for the most convenient financial services with the least cost associated. Below we will discuss how Eurocurrency has helped the U.S. Banking industry grow and thrive abroad. Eurocurrency has not just aided in the growth of the U.S. Banking industry but it also aides in the interdependence within financial markets, economies, and to the financial stability on a global...

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Global Financial Stability FIN 366 Global Financial Stability Introduction Eurocurrency is one of the many important financial instruments of the global financial market. The purpose of Eurocurrency is to allow for the most convenient financial services with the least cost associated. Below we will discuss how Eurocurrency has helped the U.S. Banking industry grow and thrive abroad. Eurocurrency has not just aided in the growth of the U.S. Banking industry but it also aides in the interdependence within financial markets, economies, and to the financial stability on a...

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**FIN 419 Week 4 DQs** What is investment banking? How would the investment banker assist an organization in going public? As a CFO, what information would you need to select an investment banker? What is the difference between operating and financial leverage? What is the importance of assessing operating vs. financial leverage? What are the risks of having an excessive amount of financial leverage in an organization? What is the degree of total leverage? What is EBIT-EPS analysis? What is the indifference curve? How is risk factored into the EBIT-EPS analysis? What are the basic...

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FIN 419 Week 4 DQs What is investment banking? How would the investment banker assist an organization in going public? As a CFO, what information would you need to select an investment banker? What is the difference between operating and financial leverage? What is the importance of assessing operating vs. financial leverage? What are the risks of having an excessive amount of financial leverage in an organization? What is the degree of total leverage? What is EBIT-EPS analysis? What is the indifference curve? How is risk factored into the EBIT-EPS analysis? What are the basic...

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Financial Intermediaries Paper FIN/320 A role played in the economics of the United States is financial intermediaries. The process of saving money and lending money involves financial intermediaries, which is known as banks. The Federal Reserve is also a factor when dealing with financial intermediaries. Most banks are financial intermediaries. Financial intermediaries include savings and loans, credit unions, and insurance companies. These companies take money that is left in their trust and give it to beneficiaries or loan it to borrowers. This paper will concentrate on the...

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Global Financial Stability FIN 366 Global Financial Stability Introduction Eurocurrency is one of the many important financial instruments of the global financial market. The purpose of Eurocurrency is to allow for the most convenient financial services with the least cost associated. Below we will discuss how Eurocurrency has helped the U.S. Banking industry grow and thrive abroad. Eurocurrency has not just aided in the growth of the U.S. Banking industry but it also aides in the interdependence within financial markets, economies, and to the financial stability on a global...

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ECON 545 Business Economics Final Exam Set 1 (TCO A) Suppose you are hired to manage a small manufacturing facility that produces Widgets. (a.) (15 points) You know from data collected on the Widget Market that market demand and market supply have both increased recently. As manager of the facility, what decisions should you make regarding production levels and pricing for your Widget facility? Remember that supply and demand are about the market supply and market demand, which is bigger than your own company. You are being given data on supply and demand for the whole market and...

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Effectiveness of Performance Management System: A Case Study of Private Banks in Australia Research Project Proposal Chaudhary Muhammad Akhtar Gujar Introduction Banking sector in Australia has always witnessed a never ending growth which directly points to its larger population which is majorly dominated by younger generation who plays a significant role in the economy. Therefore, banks in Australia especially the private banks are always required to exceed the expectations of consumers and run the countrys economic cycle more efficiently and it is only possible when the...

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ECO 550 Week 9 eActivity Use the Internet and Strayer databases to research some of the major banking regulations (e.g., Dodd Frank, tax import / export restrictions, etc.). Take note of the impact that these regulations have on business growth and profitability. Be prepared to discuss. Answer - The global financial crisis which began in 2007 has a great impact the banking regulations and public scrutiny. Expectations of the regulators were growing regarding the governance and regulation of the banking sector. According to the reserve board governor in charge of bank supervision,...

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Start-Up Capital How do you obtain your start-up capital? Identify at least three sources of your start-up capital. There are four types of loans available from banks for new ventures. Which type of loans would you prefer to borrow from banks? Explain why you prefer to borrow that particular type of loan. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. How do you obtain your start-up capital? Three sources of start-up capital for my new venture would include a line of credit from our bank, internal funds, and trade credit. We currently have a 100,000 line of credit...

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**FIN 419 Week 4** Individual Assignment 1: Assignments from the Readings **Resource**: _Principles of Managerial Finance_ **Prepare** responses to the following problems from the text: * Ch. 14: P149, P1416 * Ch. 15: P159   Individual Assignment 2: Scott Equipment Organization Paper **Resource**: Financial Outcomes Paper **Write** a 1,400- to 2,100-word paper in which you review your organizations most recent financial reports, such as balance sheets, statements of cash flow, management comments, and footnotes to financial statements, to explain how each current asset and...

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FIN 419 Week 4 Individual Assignment 1: Assignments from the Readings Resource: Principles of Managerial Finance Prepare responses to the following problems from the text: Ch. 14: P149, P1416 Ch. 15: P159 Individual Assignment 2: Scott Equipment Organization Paper Resource: Financial Outcomes Paper Write a 1,400- to 2,100-word paper in which you review your organizations most recent financial reports, such as balance sheets, statements of cash flow, management comments, and footnotes to financial statements, to explain how each current asset and liability account has...

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Running head: Management and Leadership Paper Management and Leadership at Bank of America Management 330 /Management: Theory, Practice and Application Management and Leadership Paper at Bank of America Bank of America is a leader in the market of banking, with 33 million customers representing every one and three households in the United States. Bank of America knows about developing Leadership and management to raise the bar for their competitors. (Development Dimensions International research, 2009) When speaking of Leadership and Management two distinctive...

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FIN 366 Final Exam 1. In current years, the number of commercial banks in the U.S. has been rising. a. True or False 2. Life insurance agencies also administer personal pension plans which comprise the proposal of guaranteed investment contracts (GICs). a. True or False 3. Which of the subsequent take place when administrators take on growth-oriented investments to boost an FI's size that may be conflicting with stockholders' value-maximizing objectives? a. Technology risk b. Operational efficiency c. Agency conflicts d. Diseconomies of scale e. Diseconomies of...

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Emerging market carry trade Students Name: Institutional Affiliation: Carry trade focuses on borrowing or selling of financial instruments with reduced interest rate and then using the instrument to purchase another financial instrument which has a higher rate of interest. 1. Why are interest rates so low in the traditional core markets of USD and EUR? The Central Banks of both the United States of America and Europe have kept a low level of interest rates during crisis times to secure a certain degree of liquidity in the markets and to support the fragile banking...

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**FIN 419 All DQs** **Week 1** 1.    What is a limited liability corporation? What is a limited liability partnership? What are the differences? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each? 2.    What is a sensitivity analysis? What is a scenario analysis? How would you apply each one to a potential investment opportunity? How would you use the information from this analysis? Explain. 3.    What are some risk management techniques? How would you use portfolio management to assess the risk and return of an investment? Predict how the results would be different based on...

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FIN 419 All DQs Week 1 Discussion Questions 1. What is a limited liability corporation? What is a limited liability partnership? What are the differences? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each? 2. What is a sensitivity analysis? What is a scenario analysis? How would you apply each one to a potential investment opportunity? How would you use the information from this analysis? Explain. 3. What are some risk management techniques? How would you use portfolio management to assess the risk and return of an investment? Predict how the results would be different...

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Basic Finance Questions 1.Gomez Electronics needs to arrange financing for its expansion program. Bank A offers to lend Gomez the required funds on a loan in which interest must be paid at the end of each month, and the stated nominal rate is % per year. Bank B offers to lend Gomez the required funds on a loan in which interest is continuously compounded and the stated nominal rate is % per year. Bank C offers to lend Gomez the required funds on a loan in which interest must be paid semi-annually, and the stated nominal rate is % per year. Make sure that you show or explain all...

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The Federal Reserve System, also known as "The Fed," is the central bank of the United States. The fed was created by the congress on December 23, 1913 with the objective of provide the nation with a more flexible, safer, and stable monetary and financial system. As the bank of the federal government, the fed also has the responsibilities of serve as a role model and bank to all the financial institutions within the United States. The Federal Reserve System includes the Board of Governors and the twelve regional Reserve Banks The discount rate is The interest rate at which an eligible...

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MGMT 520 (Legal, Political and Ethical Dimensions of Business) Week 4 Contracts and IP Issues - C; You Decide Project Can Big Bank's president rescind the contract? Under what circumstances can a contract be rescinded by either party? What facts have to be alleged and proven? What is the result of a contract that is rescinded? Big Bank's president also threatens legal action. What potential causes of action could you foresee him bringing in court? Would he be successful? Why or why not? What arguments could Systems Inc. raise in its defense? What are Big Bank's potential...

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1. Accounting and the Business Environment 1. Suppose you are the Guerreras banker, and they have given you this income statement. Would you congratulate them on their net income? If so, explain why. If not, how would you advise them to measure the net income of the business? Does the amount of cash in the bank measure net income? Explain. 2. Prepare Tres Amigos balance sheet from their data. There are no net income or loss yet. Ethical Issues Ethical Issue 1-1 The board of directors of Xiaping Trading Company is meeting to discuss the past year's results before releasing financial...

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FIN 534 Homework Chapter 9   1. Bankston Corporation forecasts that if all of its existing financial policies are followed, its proposed capital budget would be so large that it would have to issue new common stock. Since new stock has a higher cost than retained earnings, Bankston would like to avoid issuing new stock. Which of the following actions would REDUCE its need to issue new common stock? a. Increase the dividend payout ratio for the upcoming year. b. Increase the percentage of debt in the target capital structure. c. Increase the proposed capital budget. d. Reduce the...

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1. You have just been appointed the new Federal Reserve ChairmanWhat four monetary issues will you address and what will your actions be? 2. Is fractional reserve banking good or bad in your opinion? 3. Should the Federal Reserve be independent or dependent of the government in your opinion? 1. You have just been appointed the new Federal Reserve Chairman, congratulations! What four monetary issues will you address and what will your actions be? TheFederal Reserveor the Federal Reserve System is the central banking system of the Open Market Committee is a per of it that decides...

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Question: What do you think of when you hear the word debit? What do you think of when you hear the word credit? Why does your bank statement show a credit for an increase in your cash balance? Is an increase to your bank statement a debit or a credit? What method would you use to summarize transactions and transfer to the ledger? When I hear the word "debit" I think of a debit card. When I think of the work "credit" I think of a credit card. What is the difference when they are both plastic cards that spend money you don't have? The critical difference is that a debit card spends...

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Name: Tutor: Course: Date: Ethics Please examine the the strain between state and federal laws, particularly the idea of "preemption," and portray how it has influenced the banking laws since the 90s, utilizing the article "Scoundrel Organizations Gut State Banking Laws" and the verdict in Bank of America v. City and Province of San Francisco to fortify your arguement. The most critical and controversial issue encountering this nation at its establishment were the roles to be played by the federal versus the state governments, and which decrees ought to predominate under what...

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MGT 448 Week 5 Individual Assignment Global Financing Individual Assignment Global Financing and Exchange Rate Mechanisms Choose one of the following topics. Prepare a 1,050- to 1,750-word paper in which you analyze one of the following global financing and exchange rate topics: Purchasing power parity and the Big Mac index Currency hedging Hard and soft currencies Countertrade Financing via letters of credit and EXIM Bank and commercial banks Tariff and nontariff barriers Roles of international financial institutions (e.g. IMF, World Bank, ADB, etc.) Euro...

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**MGT 448 Week 5 Global Financing and Exchange Rate Mechanisms** **Individual Assignment** **Global Financing and Exchange Rate Mechanisms** **Choose** one of the following topics. Prepare a 1,050- to 1,750-word paper in which you analyze one of the following global financing and exchange rate topics: Purchasing power parity and the Big Mac index Currency hedging Hard and soft currencies Countertrade Financing via letters of credit and EXIM Bank and commercial banks Tariff and nontariff barriers Roles of international financial institutions (e.g. IMF, World Bank, ADB,...

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MGT448 Week 5 Individual Assignment Global Financing and Exchange Rate ? Choose one of the following topics. Prepare a 1,050- to 1,750-word paper in which you analyze one of the following global financing and exchange rate topics: o Purchasing power parity and the Big Mac index o Currency hedging o Hard and soft currencies o Countertrade o Financing via letters of credit and EXIM Bank and commercial banks o Tariff and nontariff barriers o Roles of international financial institutions (e.g. IMF, World Bank, ADB, etc.) o Euro currency markets ? Define your selected topic. ?...

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FIN 534 - Homework Chapter 9 1. Bankston Corporation forecasts that if all of its existing financial policies are followed, its proposed capital budget would be so large that it would have to issue new common stock. Since new stock has a higher cost than retained earnings, Bankston would like to avoid issuing new stock. Which of the following actions would REDUCE its need to issue new common stock? a. Increase the dividend payout ratio for the upcoming year. b. Increase the percentage of debt in the target capital structure. c. Increase the proposed capital...

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HRM Plan and Aids: Branch Banking Manager Axia College of University of Phoenix Human Resources Plan and Job Aids: Branch Banking Manager Table of Contents I. Executive Summary II. Job Analysis III. Selection Process IV. New Employee Orientation V. Training Development Plan VI. Additional attachments a. Job Analysis b. Script for New Employee Orientation Executive Summary For the past 20 months, Washington Mutual Bank has been developing a system for new employees which would make...

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Assignment #1Global Financing and Exchange Rate Mechanisms Instructions: Choose one of the following topics. Prepare a minimum 1,050 word paper in which you analyze one of the following global financing and exchange rate topics: • Purchasing power parity and the Big Mac index • Currency hedging • Hard and soft currencies • Countertrade • Financing via letters of credit and EXIM Bank and commercial banks • Tariff and nontariff barriers • Roles of international financial institutions (e.g. IMF, World Bank, ADB,...

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**MGT 448 All DQs** **Week 1** What technological advances in telecommunications and transportation have influenced global business in the last decade? How have these technological advances affected regional economic development? What trends may be anticipated in these areas? Would globalization have been possible without these technological advances? Discuss how culture, language, and religion might influence the costs of doing business in a particular country. Support your statement with examples. Discuss the following theory: The study of global business is relevant if you work or...

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Effectiveness of Performance Management System: A Case Study of Private Banks in Australia Submitted BY: Chaudhary Muhammad Akhtar Gujar Student ID# VSS2667 1 Chapter 2: Literature Review 1.1 Introduction The second chapter of the research study is literature review that seeks to identify the elements of the research study. The topics that are needed to be discussed under the literature review would be extracted from various journal articles and book, and other sources that are available online. The literature review that is presented would comply with the objectives...

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REGRESSION Regression University of Phoenix RES 342 Regression Using the Century National Bank data set, Learning Team D researched the usage of ATM's by the accounts serviced versus the personal services offered in two of the four bank locations. Forecasting and prediction of trends in the banking industry can be achieved by making use of a linear regression analysis. For this research, Learning Team D formulated a hypothesis statement. A regression hypothesis test was performed on the data and the results interpreted. To determine either the positive or negative...

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Assignment 2 JPMorgan Chase Assignment 2: JPMorgan Chase In the summer of 2012, JPMorgan Chase, the biggest U.S. bank, announced trading losses from investment decisions made by its Chief Investment Office (CIO) of 5.8 billion. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was provided falsified first quarter reports that concealed this massive loss. Use the Internet or Strayer databases to research a different bank of your choosing. Write a three to four (3-4) page paper in which you: Discuss how administrative agencies like the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or...

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FIN 534 Homework Chapter 2   1. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? a. Typically, a firms DPS should exceed its EPS. b. Typically, a firms EBIT should exceed its EBITDA. c. If a firm is more profitable than average (e.g., Google), we would normally expect to see its stock price exceed its book value per share. d. If a firm is more profitable than most other firms, we would normally expect to see its book value per share exceed its stock price, especially after several years of high inflation. e. The more depreciation a firm has in a given year, the higher its EPS, other...

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**MGT 448 All Assignments** **Week 1** **Individual Assignment** **Globalization Questionnaire** **Prepare** a comprehensive response to the following questions in 350 words. What is globalization, and what are some of the traditional international trade theories that support the concept of globalization? List the major drivers of globalization and provide three examples of each. Explain at least four effects of globalization that affect your community and your organization. **Week 2** **Individual Assignment** **Regional Integration for and Against Articles** **Select** a region...

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Financial Services Market : The market for the exchange of financial products and instruments through a wide variety of players, each one offering a unique type of service, may be designated as the 'financial service market". Constituents of Financial Services Market: The financial services market comprises of four major constituents as stated below : 1. Market Players : Financial services are offered by a host of institutions and agencies that understand and meet the requirements of a wide spectrum of customers. The players include banks, financing institutions, mutual funds, merchant...

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The current housing crisis has essentially put a great number of people in a common situation: owing more money than they have. Too often it is conveyed that in order to achieve "The American Dream" one must live their life to the highest possible standard and always strive for more. Unfortunately this often leads to greed, and in terms of the housing situation, causes us to look for a home that we knowingly cannot afford. The banks contribute to this issue by approving loans for citizens that do not have the necessary income and on paper are identified as being a risky investment. This is...

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[Title of your Assignment] Your name Your Instructor's name Course # Your Institution's name Date: A The Federal Reserve is the central bank of the United States, all of the monetary policies in the U.S. conducted by the Federal Reserve System are known as the FED. The Federal Reserve has many responsibilities dealing with the monetary policy of the United States and it is in charge of all the monetary supply and the policies that have to do with money. Federal Reserve makes different kind of choices; those choices have an effect on the employment level and the production of the...

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A+Solution Strategic Choices Background In the Module 4 SLP, you will be learning how to apply and integrate the results of your SWOT Analysis with the four generic business strategies discussed in this module. Note: Before you begin the SLP, read the Required, Background and Previous SLP Assignment materials thoroughly. Required Reading If you are having trouble determining how to integrate the SWOT factors with different strategies, the following two readings may help. 1.The first article includes some examples of how RBV variables can be used to leverage a cost or...

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ECON 312 Principles of Economics All Discussions Week 1 Discussion Opportunity Cost (Graded) Give an example of how the Principle of Opportunity Cost applies to your life. Think of a recent decision you made. It could be a decision as simple as whether to eat out or cook your own dinner, or it could be a decision to quit your job and go back to school. What alternatives did you consider? How did you arrive at your final decision? Did you implicitly weigh marginal cost and marginal benefit? How does the concept of opportunity cost apply to production possibilities curve (PPC)...

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Week 10 discussion 2 Recommend three policy changes that would make the Federal Reserve's job of controlling U.S. interest rates easier. Explain your reasoning. 1) Increased daily transparency would take the pressure off interest rate changes by making them less of a surprise when the FOMC announces policy changes. Since the purpose of controlling interest is a defense against inflation and recession, policies that limit those events reduce the frequency of radical interest rate movements. 2) Deciding beforehand what is the "largest size" institution that is deemed too big to fail...

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Running Head: OUTLINE OF DIVERSITY ACTION PLAN Diversity Outline Statement: JP Morgan Chase bank is actually a well respected multinational finance service provider having monetary assets numbering in the trillions of dollars. They give good results in 60 different countries and they are moving forward to grow. I. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co history of the firm A. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co date of founding as well as dates of institution opening B. Financial institution Headquarters as well as retail & locations of commercial banking headquarters C. Key transactions...

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Contract Creation and Management Assignment Introduction "Clarity of purpose is the hallmark of all contracts" (University Material, 2012), especially because contracts are not free from interpretation. The Contract Creation Management Simulation places the Project Manager of Span Systems, the world's leading banking software to address contractual concerns with their largest client, Citizen Schwarz AG, a German bank. These issues are leading to a potential dissolution of partnerships and strategic alliances. The Chief Executive Officer of Span does not wish to lose its biggest...

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Describe in detail the purpose of the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC). The aim of the Securities Exchange Commission is to defend investors, keep honest, organized, and efficient markets, and help capital development. The trading world is filled with opportunities however can be extremely complicated, but when navigated correctly can be rewarding. But it's not like the banking world in simpler words when you make a deposit in the bank the government assures the funds on the contrary shares, bonds and many other securities may reduce valuation, and there are not any guarantees. For...

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Contract Creation and Management Assignment Introduction "Clarity of purpose is the hallmark of all contracts" (University Material, 2012), especially because contracts are not free from interpretation. The Contract Creation Management Simulation places the Project Manager of Span Systems, the world's leading banking software to address contractual concerns with their largest client, Citizen Schwarz AG, a German bank. These issues are leading to a potential dissolution of partnerships and strategic alliances. The Chief Executive Officer of Span does not wish to lose its biggest...

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Contract Creation and Management Assignment Introduction "Clarity of purpose is the hallmark of all contracts" (University Material, 2012), especially because contracts are not free from interpretation. The Contract Creation Management Simulation places the Project Manager of Span Systems, the world's leading banking software to address contractual concerns with their largest client, Citizen Schwarz AG, a German bank. These issues are leading to a potential dissolution of partnerships and strategic alliances. The Chief Executive Officer of Span does not wish to lose its biggest...

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Running Head: OUTLINE OF DIVERSITY ACTION PLAN Diversity Outline Statement: JP Morgan Chase bank is actually a well respected multinational finance service provider having monetary assets numbering in the trillions of dollars. They give good results in 60 different countries and they are moving forward to grow. I. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co history of the firm A. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co date of founding as well as dates of institution opening B. Financial institution Headquarters as well as retail & locations of commercial banking headquarters C. Key transactions...

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2. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? a. The statement of cash flows reflects cash flows from operations, but it does not reflect the effects of buying or selling fixed assets. b. The statement of cash flows shows where the firms cash is located; indeed, it provides a listing of all banks and brokerage houses where cash is on deposit. c. The statement of cash flows reflects cash flows from continuing operations, but it does not reflect the effects of changes in working capital. d. The statement of cash flows reflects cash flows from operations and from borrowings, but it does...

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Federal Reserve Paper FIN 366 Federal Reserve Paper The Federal Reserve System is a body controlled by the government that acts as the government's central bank with the job of managing the monetary policies controlled by the government ("Frb",2014). Below the Federal Reserve will be explained from a government regulation standpoint and also a functionality standpoint. We will take a look at how the Federal Reserve policies affect the financial market, institutions, and the impact that it has on interest rates as well. The Federal Reserve System has many responsibilities....

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Federal Reserve Paper FIN 366 Federal Reserve Paper The Federal Reserve System is a body controlled by the government that acts as the government's central bank with the job of managing the monetary policies controlled by the government ("Frb",2014). Below the Federal Reserve will be explained from a government regulation standpoint and also a functionality standpoint. We will take a look at how the Federal Reserve policies affect the financial market, institutions, and the impact that it has on interest rates as well. The Federal Reserve System has many...

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Business Leader Jamie Dimon is the current CEO and chairman of JP Morgan Chase & Co, the second largest bank in the United States by assets. previously served as a Class A director of the Board of Directors of the New York Federal Reserve He is known for his detailed operational expertise and blunt mouth. While the recent financial collapse took down several investment banks, Jamie Dimon has managed to avoid the same fate for JP Morgan Chase & Co., speaking volumes of his leadership. 2007 Dimon was named to Time magazine's 2006, 2008, 2009, and 2011 lists of the world's 100 most...

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SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP: This is the simplest business structure of which the owner has total control. The owner can make up a fictitious name or use the same name for the business. Sole proprietorship is easy to set up at a minimal cost. The business owner does not need to follow rules or regulations of others but their own and can set up their own schedule. Proceeds can be directly deposited into the owner's bank account and the funds are freely allocated between business and personal accounts. The sole proprietor, however, is a subject of unlimited liability for debts, losses and other...

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Judgment Case 4-3 (page 225) Companies often are under pressure to meet or beat Wall Street earnings projections in order to increase stock prices and also to increase the value of stock options. Some resort to earnings management practices to artificially create desired results. Required: Is earnings management always intended to produce higher income? Explain. Judgment Case 4-3 No. Companies generally prefer to report earnings that follow a smooth, regular, upward path. They try to avoid declines, but they also want to avoid increases that vary wildly from year to year. It is...

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A+ Solutions ECN-601 Module 8 CLC: Federal Open Market Committee Presentation Economics Comparative Advantage and International Trade Federal Open Market Committee Presentation Learners are to research the current value and the expected future changes in the following economic indicators: GDP and the rate of GDP growth Measures of inflation and consumer prices Level of money supply growth Discount rate Federal funds rate Measures of employment and the unemployment rate Investment spending by the private sector U.S. trade balance Value of the dollar on foreign...

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**ACC 205 Week 4** Fraud Case 7-1 - ACC205 Principles of Accounting I - AU Fraud Case 7-1 Levon Helm was a kind of one-man mortgage broker. He would drive around Tennessee looking for homes that had second mortgages, and if the criteria were favorable, he would offer to buy the second mortgage for cash on the barrelhead. Helm bought low and sold high, making sizable profits. Being a small operation, he employed one person, Cindy Patterson, who did all his bookkeeping. Patterson was an old family friend, and he trusted her so implicitly that he never checked up on the ledgers or the bank...

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Durable Power of Attorney Effective on Disability I, ____________, {Name] a [married / unmarried][man / woman] who resides at [address, city, county, state], designate ____________ [Attorney-In-Facts Name] as my attorney in fact (the agent) to act for me, if I should become disabled or legally incapacitated. This document shall become effective upon the date of my disability or legal incapacity and shall not otherwise be affected by my disability or legal incapacity. 1. Authority to Act. This power of attorney is effective upon my disability or legal incapacity. My agent is authorized...

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CIS 512 WK 3 Assignment 1 - Numerical Precision A+ Grade Solutions The storage and representation of numbers in a computer can lead to costly mistakes because of precision errors. When using floating point numbers, one must make sure that the correct number of digits is used in a calculation because rounding errors can produce values that lead to errors. Consider the floating point format, exponential format, and binary coded decimal (BCD). Write a four to five (4-5) page paper in which you: 1.Analyze the floating point format in order to: a)Determine how floating...

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Capital Markets and Investment Banking Process FIN 402 Capital Markets and Investment Banking Process In order to know the financial size and estimate welfare of any organization the Investment Banking is a crucial element Germaine to the predicament of the financial welfare of an individual or an organization of any size. For the effective production and sizes there is no suitable strategy that has been predicted today. To suit the goal, vision and missions describe by the financial cycles the course of the life is determined. Ideas involving financial transactions are discussed...

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Acct Week 2 HW AC555 AC555 Chap4: did in class 5-17. (a) 3 (b) 4 (c) 1 5-18. (a) Not counting inventory correctly is difficult to detect and Yost advised them their inventory counting method was undesirable and Stuart Supply Co. said that was the only way they could count inventory and signed a statement saying that. (b) Yost followed correct auditing standards of auditing inventory and they have no contract with the bank. Yost is not responsible for Stuart Supply Co. fraud. (c) Yes the company signed a statement saying that's the only way they can count inventory. Yost was not...

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Credit Markets Larson has been given many recommendations to make business decisions based on the economy. Some of the recommendations were investing to find an alternate power source, promoting its brand name with advertising, and updating its packaging. All of these recommendations require some form of money or investment. Because the unemployment rate is up, inflation is up, and gross domestic product (GDP) is down, banks are hesitant to lend (Ball, 2009). Individuals and business owners have less collateral to offer banks because of unemployment and people spending less money...

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_100% Correct Solutions_ ####**CFIN 601 - Corporate Finance Comprehensive Individual Assignment** 1. Deciding whether or not to open a new store is part of the process known as: 2. The total market value of the firm's equity is determined by _______________. 3. Which of the following are disadvantages of the partnership form of ownership? 4. Which of the following is generally true regarding liquidity as it relates to the firm? 5. An income statement _____________________. ...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**ITB 400 Week 8 Assignment 2 - International Market Expansion** Using the same multinational company that was chosen in the Assignment 1 prepare an analysis that will examine key strategic risks and a financial strategy for your supervisor to consider for possible expansion into this new international market. Write a 6-8 detail page paper with supporting information in which you: • Examine possible risks of foreign currency exposure for your company and prepare a strategy for how each of these risks can be managed. Please be specific and consider all...

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FIN 402 Week 1 Individual Capital Markets and Investment Banking Process Paper Resources: Week One readings Prepare a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which you analyze the investment banking process. Address the following: Describe the investment banking process, including portfolio construction. Describe factors that must be considered when selecting among asset classes for an investment portfolio. Describe capital market instruments used in portfolio construction. Make general recommendations for the composition of an investment portfolio. Include rationale for your...

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FIN 366 Market Participation Paper SAMPLE The Role of Money Markets -The economic importance of money market instruments allow economic units such as treasury bills, certificate of deposits, and commercial paper are used to bridge the gap between cash requirements and cash expenditures. These securities allow commercial banks, businesses, and consumers to invest in short-term investments, considered a low risk, and earn a profit thereby assist in solving short-term liquidity problems. Finally, the United States Treasury securities are the most purchased money market instruments with...

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Risk management negligence within the financial services industry contributed to one of the most significant economic crisis in the recent history of the U.S. During this time, Lehman Brothers, a global financial services company, filed for bankruptcy protection. This created the largest bankruptcy ever within the financial services industry. In order to complete this assignment, you will need to search the Internet and Strayer databases for information related to Lehman Brothers' bankruptcy, the financial risk factors that contributed to the failure, and management's responsibility for...

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Risk management negligence within the financial services industry contributed to one of the most significant economic crisis in the recent history of the U.S. During this time, Lehman Brothers, a global financial services company, filed for bankruptcy protection. This created the largest bankruptcy ever within the financial services industry. In order to complete this assignment, you will need to search the Internet and Strayer databases for information related to Lehman Brothers' bankruptcy, the financial risk factors that contributed to the failure, and management's responsibility for...

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Capital Markets and Investment Banking Process FIN 402 Capital Markets and Investment Banking Process To be aware of fiscal scale as well as assess welfare of any sort of company the Investment Banking is an important factor Germaine to the predicament of the fiscal welfare of a person or a company of any scale. For the efficient manufacturing and sizes there is not any ideal strategy which has been forecasted these days. To match the aim, vision and objectives described through the fiscal cycles the path of the life is decided. Concepts concerning fiscal dealings are...

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International Finance Paper FIN/419 International Finance Paper An investment banker is a person or organization which works as an underwriter or agent for firms as well as municipalities issuing securities (Investor Words, 2010). Investment bankers in addition provide financial suggestions about business factors for example: mergers, acquisitions, and takeovers. Companies should think about the regulatory bodies which set up policies that they are needed to follow both on a local as well as worldwide level. Regulatory bodies are utilized to provide standard procedures...

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Accounting Fraud Collegiate Case Study Accounting fraud Part I: The problems "Creative accounting" is not a new technique, but it can certainly be a costly one. Businesses feel the pressure to appear profitable in order to attract investors and resources, but deceptive or fraudulent accounting practices often lead to drastic consequences. Are these so-called creative practices always illegal or can they ever be justified? This case study will present examples of companies who have used inappropriate accounting practices, the results of their deceptions and the government's plan to...

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Using the Internet, locate a source that identifies the number of personal bankruptcies that have occurred in the U.S. during a relatively recent time period. Locate and report the results of Internet (or other) sources that assess the role played by credit card debt in relation to personal bankruptcies declared. According to Bloomberg Businessweek, the rise in bankruptcy filings is largely attributable to the combination of rising consumer debt and low savings rates. As consumers spend more and save less, the potential for crippling debt rises significantly. Moreover, if consumers...

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**ECO 316 Week 3** ECO 316 Week 3 Quiz Discussion Questions From Chapter 16, complete problem 13 (page 382): Relate the problem of exchange rate risk in international banking to interest rate risk in domestic banking. On the basis of your understanding of interest rate risk, suggest strategies for managing exchange rate risk in international banking. From Chapter 15, complete problem 19 (page 363): Suppose that you manage a small S&L that has a net worth of $50 million. You fear that within two years, regulators will discover that your firm is insolvent and will shut you down. You...

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Reflection Report University of Phoenix ECO 561 Most Comfortable Topic of discussion The most comfortable topic varied in Team C with different members bringing out varied opinions concerning what the most comfortable topic proved to be. Sirdip agreed that the most comfortable topic of discussion was credit markets and the global economy with special emphasis on the global market conditions. On the other hand, Pam and Felicia were most comfortable with Money and Banking Economics with special emphasis on how the banking system works, the functions of money and how electronic...

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A+Solution Management 1. The market for foreign exchange can be viewed as a two-tier market. One tier is the wholesale or interbank market and the other tier is the retail or client market. International banks provide the core of the FX market. They stand willing to buy or sell foreign currency for their own account. These international banks serve their retail clients, corporations or individuals, in conducting foreign commerce or making international investment in financial assets that requires foreign exchange. Please discuss the following questions: 2. Give a full...

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Discuss the pros and cons of the U.S. Federal Government guaranteeing the pension funds of a private company when it declares bankruptcy. Discuss whether the U.S. Federal Government should guarantee and state your rationale. The US Fed Government guarantees the pension funds of private company when it declares bankruptcy so that the average employee is not made to pay for the mismanagement of the top management or the financial loss incurred by the company and to safeguard the interest of the employees. Theoretically pension can be considered as deferred wages or forgoing current wages...

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BUS 401 Week 3 Quiz 10 MCQ’s 1. The appropriate cash flows for evaluating a corporate investment decision are: 2.Question :The typical corporate investment requires a large cash outlay followed by several years of cash inflows. To make these cash flows comparable, we do which of the following? 3.Question :If depreciation expense is a noncash charge, why do we consider it when determining cash flows? 4.Question :The internal rate of return is: 5.Question :Chapter 7 introduced three methods for evaluating a corporate investment decision. Which of the following is not one of...

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What is the Federal Reserve? How is it structured, what are some tools that it uses to conduct Monetary Policy? The Federal Reserve System is the central banking system of the United States. It is also known as the Federal Reserve or the Fed. It was created back in 1913 and was mainly in response to a series of financial panics, but largely the panic that happened in 1907. It has expanded tremendously over the years and one of the biggest changes that took place was due to the Great Depression. Its main job is to conduct the nation's monetary policy, supervise and regulate banking...

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**FIN 402 All Assignments ** **Week 1** **Individual** Capital Markets and Investment Banking Process Paper **Resources:** Week One readings **Prepare** a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which you analyze the investment banking process. Address the following: Describe the investment banking process, including portfolio construction. Describe factors that must be considered when selecting among asset classes for an investment portfolio. Describe capital market instruments used in portfolio construction. Make general recommendations for the composition of an investment portfolio....

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FIN 402 All Assignments Week 1 Individual Capital Markets and Investment Banking Process Paper Resources: Week One readings Prepare a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which you analyze the investment banking process. Address the following: Describe the investment banking process, including portfolio construction. Describe factors that must be considered when selecting among asset classes for an investment portfolio. Describe capital market instruments used in portfolio construction. Make general recommendations for the composition of an investment portfolio. Include rationale...

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Running Head: JP MORGAN CHASE CULTURAL NORMS J P Morgan Chase Cultural Norms Introduction J.P. Morgan Chase is among the world's earliest as well as most praised finance companies. Since the starting in New York in 1799, the company has been successful and excelled by carefully listening to their clients. J.P. Morgan Chase is based on the basis of well over one thousand predecessors companies which have combined together in the past to create the current version of J.P. Morgan Chase. The Bank of New York was established in 1784 by Alexander Hamilton, and was the...

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A+ Solution Risk management negligence within the financial services industry contributed to one of the most significant economic crisis in the recent history of the U.S. During this time, Lehman Brothers, a global financial services company, filed for bankruptcy protection. This created the largest bankruptcy ever within the financial services industry. In order to complete this assignment, you will need to search the Internet and Strayer databases for information related to Lehman Brothers’ bankruptcy, the financial risk factors that contributed to the failure, and management’s...

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ACC 205 (Principles of Accounting) Week 2 Week 2 DQ 1 (Accounting Cycle) Financial statements are a product of the accounting cycle. Think about two different companies: a manufacturing company, and a retail company. Why would different companies have different accounting cycles? Would you expect the steps of the accounting cycle to be the same for each company? Why or why not? Week 2 DQ 2 (Bank Reconciliation) What is the purpose of bank reconciliation? What are the reasons for differences between the cash reported in the accounting records and the cash balance in...

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Cash Flows From Working. It may surprise you that there are cash flows associated with holding a job. Using the examples provided in Chapter 6, construct a simple cash flow statement and payback calculation for when your job expenses will be covered for employment you currently have or have had in the past. Include the following in your cash flow statement: Expenses associated with working Any initial investments Taxes Capital Budgeting. View the Capital Budgeting video, which provides some factors that should be considered in capital budgeting considerations. Imagine the...

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Running Head: JP MORGAN CHASE CULTURAL NORMS J P Morgan Chase Cultural Norms Introduction J.P. Morgan Chase is among the world's earliest as well as most praised finance companies. Since the starting in New York in 1799, the company has been successful and excelled by carefully listening to their clients. J.P. Morgan Chase is based on the basis of well over one thousand predecessors companies which have combined together in the past to create the current version of J.P. Morgan Chase. The Bank of New York was established in 1784 by Alexander Hamilton, and was the...

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Q4-1 Although the totals will be influenced once the balance sheets and adjusting entries are removed, neither of them will ever imply exactly the same. During the transition interval the adjusting entries are just entry which will be documented in a journal entry. Removing entries are usually used particularly for transitional accounting to prevent overall repetitiveness. Q4-3 Differentially takes place when the cost of buy doesn't particularly balance the assets of the organization. This can usually be related to the economy strength and or the possible...

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**_Week 4 DQ 1_** _Before granting a loan, bankers closely evaluate an organization's debt to equity ratio. Explain why this ratio is so important to bankers._ **_Week 4 DQ 2_** _You notice that your account receivable days outstanding has doubled in the first six months of the year. Do you give someone a bonus or put him or her on probation? Why?_

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**ECO 372 Complete Course** Week 1 Discussion Questions     Why is economics considered a social science? What role does economics play in your personal and professional lives?          What is the difference between real and nominal GDP? Does GDP accurately reflect the nations welfare? Why or why not? How can a countrys GDP be manipulated? In your opinion, is the U.S. GDP being manipulated? Explain your answer.     What are the different types of unemployment? How do they affect the economy in terms of growth, labor force, and price of labor? Cite specific...

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ECO 372 Complete Course Week 1 Discussion Questions Why is economics considered a social science? What role does economics play in your personal and professional lives? What is the difference between real and nominal GDP? Does GDP accurately reflect the nations welfare? Why or why not? How can a countrys GDP be manipulated? In your opinion, is the U.S. GDP being manipulated? Explain your answer. What are the different types of unemployment? How do they affect the economy in terms of growth, labor force, and price of labor? Cite specific examples to support...

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HCS 405 Week 4 DQs Week 4 DQ 1 Before granting a loan, bankers closely evaluate an organization's debt to equity ratio. Explain why this ratio is so important to bankers. Week 4 DQ 2 You notice that your account receivable days outstanding has doubled in the first six months of the year. Do you give someone a bonus or put him or her on probation? Why?

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What was the purpose of establishing the Federal Reserve? Do you think the Federal Reserve fulfils that purpose? Explain. The function of the Federal Reserve Bank or Central bank was to supply stability to the economics in the United States as well as an efficient payment system (Kidwell, Blackwell, Whidbee & Peterson, 2008). In addition, a central bank was necessary in order to put off further and potential bank malfunctions (Kidwell et al., 2008). I do believe that there is an efficient payment method; today a check can clear mechanically. I can recall when it could take a check five to...

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Eco 550 Assignment 2 EXPANSION AND MERGER The consolidation of U.S. industry into increasingly powerful corporations spurred government intervention to protect small businesses and consumers. In 1890, Congress enacted the Sherman Antitrust Act, a law designed to restore competition and free enterprise by breaking up monopolies. In 1906, it passed laws to ensure that food and drugs were correctly labeled and that meat was inspected before being sold. In 1913, the government established a new federal banking system, the Federal Reserve, to regulate the nation's money supply and to...

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Part III: Mathematics of Finance You have just graduated from college and landed your first big job. You have always dreamed of being a homeowner, and after carefully shopping for your dream home, you find one that you would like to purchase at a cost of $250,000. After researching banks to find the best interest rate, you find that Banks for Homeowners offers the best rate of 6% interest that compounds monthly for 30 years. What is the monthly payment for this loan? What is the unpaid balance of the loan at the end of 5 years? What is the unpaid balance at the end of the 10th year?

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**FIN 571 Final Exam (300 Questions)** 1) Refers to situations wherein the agent can take unseen actions for personal benefit even though such actions are costly to the principal. A. adverse selection B. moral hazard C. zero-sum game D. The Behavioral Principle 2) Which of the following statements is true? A.  A call option analyzes conflicts of interest and behavior in a principal-agent relationship. B.  The difference between the value of one action and the value of the best alternative is called an opportunity cost. C.  An agent-manager can never make bad decisions....

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What are major types of financial intermediaries? How are they similar and different? The Financial market is made up of various monetary establishments that carry out varied tasks. A Financil liaison play a key role in the financial system of the United States and according to Frederic MishKin (2006), can be described as depository bodies that borrow finances from persons who save with them and utilizes these finances to make loans to others who want them. Establishments such as mercantile banks, savings and loans organizations, credit unions, and mutual savings banks are instances...

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WORK MUST BE ORIGINAL. Prepare a 2 page analysis by answering the questions below. Be sure to cite your references using APA format. Assume that the Bank of Ecoville has the following balance sheet and the Fed has a 10% reserve requirement in place: Balance Sheet for Ecoville International Bank ASSETS LIABILITIES Cash 33,000 Demand Deposits 99,000 Loans 66,000 Required: Now assume that the Fed lowers the reserve requirement to 8%. 1. What is the maximum amount of new loans that this bank can make? 2. Assume that the bank makes these loans. What will the new balance...

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What are the uses of money? How do commercial banks and Federal banks create money? Is monetary policy conducted independently in the United States? Explain your answer. Is it important for monetary policy to remain independent from all parties? Why or why not? The use for money is various. We need to buy food, clothing, a place to live and pay our bills. Those I believe are the four most important things necessary that we must have money for. Then, we use money to create savings for unexpected emergency occurrences. To purchase luxury items that we may want to have, to also invest...

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ACC 205 (Principles of Accounting) Week 1 Week 1 DQ 1 (Account Means) As you have learned in this week’s readings the Accounting Equation is Assets = Liabilities + Owners’ Equity. Is the accounting equation true in all instances? Provide sample transactions from your own experiences to demonstrate the validity of the Accounting Equation. Week 1 DQ2 (Accounting Equation) What does the term account mean? What are the different classifications of accounts? How do the rules for debits and credits impact accounts? Please provide an example of how debits and credits...

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Introduction The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is a global investment banking and securities firm which engages in investment banking, securities, investment management, and other financial services primarily with institutional clients. Goldman Sachs was founded in 1869 and is headquartered at 200 West Street in the Lower Manhattan area of New York City. The firm has offices in major international financial centers and provides mergers and acquisitions advice, underwriting services, asset management, and prime brokerage to its clients, which include corporations, governments and individuals....

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Ethernet or Token Ring Jason Reynolds IT 242 June 20, 2013 University of Phoenix Ethernet or Token Ring Saguaro Federal has mainframes for all of its banks and businesses. Should the company use the Ethernet or Token Ring protocol? Explain your choice. Why is this choice appropriate? I believe Saguaro Federal's best option would be to use Ethernet. Saguaro Federal has banks and businesses meaning there are multiple locations. Ethernet uses the MAC layer of the OSI and is capable of transferring data at speeds of up to 1000 Mbps. In the OSI layer 2 (Data Link),...

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What are the uses of money? How do commercial banks and Federal banks create money? Is monetary policy conducted independently in the United States? Explain your answer. Is it important for monetary policy to remain independent from all parties? Why or why not? The use for money is various. We need to buy food, clothing, a place to live and pay our bills. Those I believe are the four most important things necessary that we must have money for. Then, we use money to create savings for unexpected emergency occurrences. To purchase luxury items that we may want to have, to also invest...

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Week 7 Chapters 11 and 12 Mini- Cases Chapter 11 Belmont State Bank Chapter 11 Computer Dynamics MIS589 Networking Concepts and Applications DeVry University Chapter 11 Belmont State Bank For any bank, the assessed risk is greatest for damage to the transactions database, either by natural calamity or unauthorized access (see Control Spreadsheet overleaf). The latter can come from an intruder, internal or external, hacking into the bank's mainframe or server farm via the client computers in a branch that is connected via dial-up networking. This combination of unsecured client...

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A+ Grade Solutions Ashford University ACC 205 Week 4 Exercise Assignment Liability (New) 1. Partner investments; journal entries. The LP partnership was formed on January 1, 19X7, by investments from Bill Levy and Marv Parcells. Levy contributed $30,000 cash and $80,000 of land. Parcells contributed cash of $50,000 and equipment with a value of $20,000. a.Prepare the journal entries needed to record the investments of Levy and Parcells. 2. Payroll accounting. Assume that the following tax rates and payroll information pertain to Brookhaven Publishing: •Social...

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Currency is term designating all the circulating media of exchange of a country. In this sense, a currency includes coins and paper money. The term sometimes includes credit instruments. Coins are generally designated as metallic currency, and paper money and credit instruments, as paper currency. Further distinctions are made in the latter classification: Government notes are called government currency; bank notes are designated as bank currency; and checks drawn on bank deposits are called deposit currency. This use of the term currency is of comparatively recent origin, dating from the...

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FIN 370 Final Exam Answers Updated 2014-15 Thank you for using . We love helping you earn better grades! 1. Which of the following is true regarding Investment Banks? As of 2010, stand alone Investment banks are numerous. 2. We compute the profitability index of a capital-budgeting proposal by Initial outlay 1, dividing the present value of the annual after-tax cash flows by the cost of the project. Explanation: The profitability index is calculated as Net Present Value / Initial Outlay. 3. Project Sigma requires an investment of 1 million and has a NPV of 10. Project Delta...

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ACC 205 (Principles of Accounting) Week 1 Week 1 DQ 1 (Account Means) As you have learned in this week’s readings the Accounting Equation is Assets = Liabilities + Owners’ Equity. Is the accounting equation true in all instances? Provide sample transactions from your own experiences to demonstrate the validity of the Accounting Equation. Week 1 DQ2 (Accounting Equation) What does the term account mean? What are the different classifications of accounts? How do the rules for debits and credits impact accounts? Please provide an example of how debits and credits impact...

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_**Week 1 DQ 1**_ _Why is it important that financial accounting systems report performance fairly and factually?_ _**Week 1 DQ 2**_ _How do different departments in a hospital receive financial information?_ _**Week 2 DQ 1**_ _What are the largest expense categories incurred by healthcare service organizations?_ _**Week 2   - DQ 2**_ _What are the key components of a successful business office operation in a health care setting? What are some examples?_ _**Week 3 DQ 1**_ _What would you consider when reviewing a budget?  Under what conditions is a flexible budget more...

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**ECO 372 Week 3 DQs** Discussion Questions     What are the uses of money? How do commercial banks and Federal banks create money? Is monetary policy conducted independently in the United States? Explain your answer. Is it important for monetary policy to remain independent from all parties? Why or why not?       What is the difference between contractionary and expansionary monetary policy? What is the intention of each policy under a depression, recession, or robust economy? Which type of monetary policy is more appropriate today and why?     What happens to the...

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**ECO 372 Week 3** Learning Team Aggregate Demand and Supply Models For this assignment, you will choose from the following options:     Option 1: Economic Advisement Paper     Option 2: Economic Critique Read the instructions in the University of Phoenix Material: Aggregate Demand and Supply Models located on the student website and select one option to complete the assignment. Learning Team Weekly Reflection Discuss this weeks objectives with your team. Your discussion should include the topics you feel comfortable with, any topics you struggled with, and how the...

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ECO 372 Week 3 DQs Discussion Questions What are the uses of money? How do commercial banks and Federal banks create money? Is monetary policy conducted independently in the United States? Explain your answer. Is it important for monetary policy to remain independent from all parties? Why or why not? What is the difference between contractionary and expansionary monetary policy? What is the intention of each policy under a depression, recession, or robust economy? Which type of monetary policy is more appropriate today and why? What happens to the money supply,...

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ECO 372 Week 3 Learning Team Aggregate Demand and Supply Models For this assignment, you will choose from the following options: Option 1: Economic Advisement Paper Option 2: Economic Critique Read the instructions in the University of Phoenix Material: Aggregate Demand and Supply Models located on the student website and select one option to complete the assignment. Learning Team Weekly Reflection Discuss this weeks objectives with your team. Your discussion should include the topics you feel comfortable with, any topics you struggled with, and how the weekly...

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HCS 405 All DQs Week 1 DQ 1 Why is it important that financial accounting systems report performance fairly and factually? Week 1 DQ 2 How do different departments in a hospital receive financial information? Week 2 DQ 1 What are the largest expense categories incurred by healthcare service organizations? Week 2 - DQ 2 What are the key components of a successful business office operation in a health care setting? What are some examples? Week 3 DQ 1 What would you consider when reviewing a budget? Under what conditions is a flexible budget more effective than a forecast...

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This downloadable form is a PDF file. Joint Venture Agreement THIS JOINT VENTURE AGREEMENT (the "Agreement"), made and entered into as of this _(1)_ day of ______(2)______, 19_(3)_, by and between _______(4)_______ of _____(5)_____ (hereinafter "____________") and _____(6)______ of _____(7)______ (hereinafter "____________"). ARTICLE I GENERAL PROVISIONS 1.01 Business Purpose. The business of the Joint Venture shall be as follows: (Describe Business Purpose) 1.02 Term of the Agreement. This Joint Venture shall commence on the date first above written and shall continue in existence...

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1. Obligations due to be paid within one year or within the company's operating cycle, whichever is longer, are: Current assets Current liabilities Earned revenues Operating cycle liabilities Bills 2. A special bank account used solely for the purpose of paying employees, is created by depositing the amount of each employees' net pay into the account every pay period. This account is referred to as a(n): Federal depository bank account Employee's Individual Earnings account Employees' bank account Payroll register account Payroll bank account 3. On October 10, 2010, Printfast...

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A+Solution Question #1 (50 points) XCF Company wants to raise $9 million with debt financing to finance the entry into a foreign market. These funds are needed to finance working capital, and XCF will repay them with interest in one year. The company is considering three options: a)Borrowing U.S. dollars from a U.S. bank at 8% interest rate b)Borrowing British pounds from the Royal Bank of London at 10% interest rate c)Borrowing Euros from the Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt at 5% interest rate If XCF borrows in foreign currency, they will have to convert it immediately in dollars at...

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1)Which of the following categories of owners have limited liability? A. General partners B. Sole proprietors C. Shareholders of a corporation D. Both a and b 2)The true owners of the corporation are the: A. common stockholders. B. board of directors of the firm. C. preferred stockholders. D. holders of debt issues of the firm. 3)Which of the following best describes the goal of the firm? A. The maximization of the total market value of the firm's common stock] B. Profit...

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1)Which of the following categories of owners have limited liability? A. General partners B. Sole proprietors C. Shareholders of a corporation D. Both a and b 2)The true owners of the corporation are the: A. common stockholders. B. board of directors of the firm. C. preferred stockholders. D. holders of debt issues of the firm. 3)Which of the following best describes the goal of the firm? A. The maximization of the total market value of the firm's common stock] B. Profit...

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1)Which of the following categories of owners have limited liability? A. General partners B. Sole proprietors C. Shareholders of a corporation D. Both a and b 2)The true owners of the corporation are the: A. common stockholders. B. board of directors of the firm. C. preferred stockholders. D. holders of debt issues of the firm. 3)Which of the following best describes the goal of the firm? A. The maximization of the total market value of the firm's common stock] B. Profit...

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ECO 372 (Principles of Macroeconomics) Week 3 ECO 372 WEEK 3 DQ 1 What are the uses of money? How do commercial banks and Federal banks create money? Is monetary policy conducted independently in the United States? Explain your answer. Is it important for monetary policy to remain independent from all parties? Why or why not? ECO 372 WEEK 3 DQ 2 What is the difference between contractionary and expansionary monetary policy? What is the intention of each policy under a depression, recession, or robust economy? Which type of monetary policy is more...

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Finance Help A+ Grade Solutions 1.)You are scheduled to receive $15,500 in three years. When you receive it, you will invest it for seven more years at 7.2 percent per year. How much will you have in ten years? (Do not round intermediate calculations and round your final answer to 2 decimal places. (e.g., ) Future Value: 2.)Rust Bucket Motor Credit Corporation (RBMCC), a subsidiary of Rust Bucket Motor, offered some securities for sale to the public on March 28, 2008. Under the terms of the deal, RBMCC promised to repay the owner of one of these securities $100,000 on...

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7921IBA: Major Essay Assessment Item A+ Solutions Question 1 The Australian car industry operates within a relatively small domestic market and faces increased competition from imports. It is perceived value as a ‘strategic industry’, along with political considerations, has seen successive Australian governments providing financial and other assistance to this industry sector. In 2008, for example, the Productivity Commission calculated that total assistance — including financial assistance and remaining tariffs — equaled $23,500 for each automotive industry worker per...

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**HCS 405 including the following:**   **_Week 2:  Individual Assignment:  Reporting Practices and Ethics Paper_**__          Resource: Grading criteria located in Week Two on your student website.          Find two or three articles that address financial reporting practices and ethical standards in health care finance, including the following topics: o        Generally accepted accounting principles o        Corporate compliance, ethics, or fraud and abuse          Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper on the financial management of health care...

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ACC 375 Week 3 Individual : Ethics Situation 1: Fraudulent Schemes Report Your accounting firm has been hired to consult with a small company regarding fraudulent schemes. The company has experienced fraudulent behavior and recently terminated a few employees as a result of unethical behavior, including the theft of cash. They are looking for information regarding common fraudulent schemes surrounding an organizations inflow of customer payments and outflow of funds. They have indicated that, though they do not have a large staff, they are interested in developing more effective...

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ACC 375 Complete Course Week 1: Individual: Understanding Ethics Matrix Resource: Understanding Ethics Matrix located on the student website Complete the Understanding Ethics Matrix by writing a short paragraph for each theory by considering the following: Give a brief summary of each theory. Identify the history and major proponents or theorists of each theory. Define the terms utility, justice, and liberty under each theory. Describe how each theory advocates the distribution of resources. Cite all sources used to obtain information. Discussion Questions Explain the...

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ECO 372 All DQs Week 1 Discussion Questions Why is economics considered a social science? What role does economics play in your personal and professional lives? What is the difference between real and nominal GDP? Does GDP accurately reflect the nations welfare? Why or why not? How can a countrys GDP be manipulated? In your opinion, is the U.S. GDP being manipulated? Explain your answer. What are the different types of unemployment? How do they affect the economy in terms of growth, labor force, and price of labor? Cite specific examples to support your...

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HCS 405 Complete Course Week 2: Individual Assignment: Reporting Practices and Ethics Paper Resource: Grading criteria located in Week Two on your student website. Find two or three articles that address financial reporting practices and ethical standards in health care finance, including the following topics: o Generally accepted accounting principles o Corporate compliance, ethics, or fraud and abuse Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper on the financial management of health care organizations, integrating your research articles. o ...

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Eng 301 Business Descrition Wells Fargo & Company is an American multinational diversified financial services company with operations around the world. Currently, Wells Fargo is the fourth largest bank in the United States by assets and the second largest bank by market capitalization. Wells Fargo is the second largest bank in deposits, home mortgage servicing, and debit card. Overall, Wells Fargo is the 23rd largest company. Wells Fargo has been a company for over a century. It was first established by Henry Wells and William Fargo in 1852. The company was initially providing...

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ECO 372 (Principles of Macroeconomics) Week 1 ECO 372 WEEK 1 DQ 1 Why economics is considered a social science? What role does economics play in your personal and professional lives? ECO 372 WEEK 1 DQ 2 What is the difference between real and nominal GDP? Does GDP accurately reflect the nation’s welfare? Why or why not? How can a country’s GDP be manipulated? In your opinion, is the U.S. GDP being manipulated? Explain your answer. ECO 372 WEEK 1 DQ 3 What are the different types of unemployment? How do they affect the economy in terms of...

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GM 533 - TCO (Experienced Hacker) (TCO B and F) The length of time it takes an experienced hacker to break into your bank account, oncehe or shehas gotten you to download their virus software is normally distributed with a mean of 15.8 minutes and a standard deviation of 2.2 minutes X P(X x) P(X x) Mean Std dev 11 .0146 .9854 15.8 2.2 15 .3581 .6419 15.8 2.2 21 .9910 .0090 15.8 2.2 24 .9999 .0001 15.8 2.2 p(lower) p(upper) (A) Analyze the output above to determine what percentage of bank account break-ins will fall between 11 and 15 minutes. (15...

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**FIN 534 Quiz 3 **   Question 1 Which of the following statements is CORRECT?   Question 2 A U.S. Treasury bond will pay a lump sum of $1,000 exactly 3 years from today.  The nominal interest rate is 6%, semiannual compounding.  Which of the following statements is CORRECT?   Question 3 Which of the following statements is CORRECT?   Question 4 Which of the following statements regarding a 15-year (180-month) $125,000, fixed-rate mortgage is CORRECT?  (Ignore taxes and transactions costs.)   Question 5 Which of the following bank accounts has the lowest effective...

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Final History Essay INSTRUCTIONS: Format requirements: typed, doubled-spaced, standard fonts, standard (1-inch) margins, 5-6 pages, etc. Essays will be graded for their persuasiveness. State your thesis clearly in the introductory paragraph. Be logical. Answer the question accurately and thoroughly. And avoid misspellings and grammatical errors-they detract from any writing's persuasiveness. Papers must draw upon pertinent materials assigned in this course - the more the better. Also: avoid plagiarism. Do your own work, use your own words, and cite your sources. Parenthetical...

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Diversity and Avoiding Conflict PM 581 Diversity and Avoiding Conflict JPMorgan Chase is a leading financial institution throughout the world. Purchasing Bank One Corp. for 58 billion created a need for new software for both companies after a successful merger. Bank One officially merged with Chase Bank in 2004. The merged entity ranked as the number two financial institution in hot pursuit of Citigroup's number one position (JPMorgan Chase & Co., 2004). With this project spearheading the merger between two conglomerate companies, the creation a new system for faster teller...

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Business Research Methods, Part III Applied Business Research and Statistics 561 University of Phoenix Executive Summary The mortgage industry has been devastated by loan foreclosures from financial institutions like Monarchy Bank. The foreclosure rate in the US alone has risen to levels unseen since the depression. This sudden rise in foreclosure rates has led management to evaluate the reasons for the high foreclosure rates. Management must take an aggressive position to discover the reasons and what went wrong at Monarchy. The management team has requested research using a...

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Computer Information Paper Methods of Data Input A Scanner would be the best method of data input for the following situations: Printed questionnaires, long documents, retail tags, telephone surveys, and bank checks. A flatbed scanner is needed for the long documents, telephone surveys, and printed questionnaires. Optical Recognition Software will scan the document and transfer the data into a readable format. A handheld scanner is required to read the retail tags and will automatically fill in the field of the form on the computer or software program. There are...

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Loan Scenarios: Comprehensive Problem (pp 250-251) Midland Chemical Co. is negotiating a loan from Manhattan Bank and Trust. The small chemical company needs to borrow 500,000. The bank offers a rate of 8 percent with a 20 percent compensating balance requirement, or as an alternative, 9 percent with additional fees of 5,500 to cover services the bank is providing. In either case the rate on the loan is floating (changes as the prime interest rate changes), and the loan would be for one year. a. Which loan carries the lower effective rate? Consider fees to be the...

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Running head: Decisions in Paradise III Business Scenario: Decisions in Paradise III University of Phoenix Decisions in Paradise III The road to day one for Bank of America is quickly approaching and decisions effecting day one need to be made. Those decisions will be laid out in this proposal and a recap of previous plans will be reiterated. Be advised Alex and I have spent many hours on this proposal and any input from Chris is greatly appreciated as the senior consultant on this project. Kava is a place where Bank of America could grow and develop a wonderful business...

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_A+ Grade Solutions_ ####**ACC 121 Glorious Garden Lawn Service Practice Set** Glorious Garden Lawn Service 1. Prepare the entries using the list of transactions. Put them in the general journal. 2. Post the journal entries from the general journal to the general ledger. 3. Prepare a trial balance using the general ledger totals. 4. Complete the work sheet using the information for adjustments. 5. Prepare financial statements from the worksheet. 6. Make the adjusting journal entries in the general journal. 7. Post the adjustments to the general ledger. 8. Make the appropriate closing...

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Judgment Case 2-1 (page 109) You have recently been hired by Davis & Company, a small public accounting firm. One of the firm's partners, Alice Davis, has asked you to deal with a disgruntled client, Mr. Sean Pitt, owner of the city's largest hardware store. Mr. Pitt is applying to a local bank for a substantial loan to remodel his store. The bank requires accrual based financial statements but Mr. Pitt has always kept the company's records on a cash basis. He does not see the purpose of accrual based statements. His most recent outburst went something like this: "After all, I collect...

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Running head: Blood Bank Supervisor Checkpoint 1: Blood Bank Supervisor Name Axia College of University of Phoenix HCA 240 Date You pose a very good question. Platelets, white blood cells, red blood cells and plasma make up whole blood. Whole blood is comprised of two different types of blood cells. I will explain to you, today, the main purpose of just the platelets, plasma and the red blood cells that are found in the whole blood. Red blood cells are comprised of hemoglobin which is an oxygen carrier protein that causes the blood to appear red in color. The movement of...

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Midland chemical co. Is negotiating a loan from manhattan bank and trust. The Small chemical company needs to borrow 500,000. The bank offers a rate of 8 percent with a 20 percent compensating balance Requirement, or as an alternative, 9 percent with additional fees of 5,500 to cover Services the bank is providing. In either case the rate on the loan is floating (changes as The prime interest rate changes), and the loan would be for one year. A. Which loan carries the lower effective rate? Consider fees to be the equivalent of Other interest. B. If the loan with a 20 percent...

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Judgment Case 2-1 (page 109) You have recently been hired by Davis & Company, a small public accounting firm. One of the firm's partners, Alice Davis, has asked you to deal with a disgruntled client, Mr. Sean Pitt, owner of the city's largest hardware store. Mr. Pitt is applying to a local bank for a substantial loan to remodel his store. The bank requires accrual based financial statements but Mr. Pitt has always kept the company's records on a cash basis. He does not see the purpose of accrual based statements. His most recent outburst went something like this: "After all, I collect...

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Click to read the scenarioabout Stacy Lynn, Inc. After you complete the reading respond to the following components: Part a) If Patty wants to show the bank the maximum profit over the previous 2-year period, which costing method should she present? Part b) However, the bank requires that all financial statements conform to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). Based on that requirement, which costing method should she present? Part c) The bank has delivered a memo in preparation for the meeting to negotiate the Credit Line; the memo states that they will expect a...

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Credit Crunch From Chapter 27, complete problem 15 (page 653): You have been assigned to determine whether the economy is experiencing a credit crunch. What patterns in movements in the federal funds rate, the volume of bank lending, and the volume of short-term lending in financial markets will you look for? Why? Your 200 word answer should focus on selecting your most relevant thoughts and organizing them in a coherent fashion. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. In a credit crunch, the first patterns that will emerge are, "a reduction in the supply of bank...

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Loan Scenarios: Comprehensive Problem (pp 250-251) Midland Chemical Co. is negotiating a loan from Manhattan Bank and Trust. The small chemical company needs to borrow 500,000. The bank offers a rate of 8 percent with a 20 percent compensating balance requirement, or as an alternative, 9 percent with additional fees of 5,500 to cover services the bank is providing. In either case the rate on the loan is floating (changes as the prime interest rate changes), and the loan would be for one year. a. Which loan carries the lower effective rate? Consider fees to be the...

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Question You Decide Assignment Title: Tax Preparation Scenario Summary You have a small tax accounting preparation and bookkeeping practice. A new client enters your office and places a box of receipts and bank statements on your desk and says that she would like to have a set of financials prepared and tax returns completed. She also states that the financials and the return will be given to her bank as part of the documentation needed to acquire a 300,000 bank loan. She would like you to complete the work within a week. As you review the documentation you note that some of the...

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BUS 401 Week 2 DQ 1 Dreams Do Come True (New) Ashford University Imagine that you have decided you need a new car, but not any car will do; you have decided to purchase the car of your dreams. Conduct some research as to the cost of this car. You have determined in this imagined scenario that you could afford to make a 10% down payment. You can borrow the balance either from your local bank using a four-year loan or from the dealership’s finance company. If you purchase from your dealership’s finance company, the APR will be 10% with your 10% down and monthly payments over...

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ACCT 212 Week 4 Midterm 1 (Explanatory) ACCT 212 Week 4 Midterm 2 (Graded) 1. (TCO 1) The Accounting Equation is used to develop the organizations financial reports. (1) Describe what owners' equity is (10 points) and (2) provide an example of an owners' equity account. (10 points) (Points : 20) 2. (TCO 1) The financial statements present a company to the public in financial terms. (1) Which financial statement identifies how well the company performed during the year (10 points) and (2) explain what information this financial statement provides. (10 points) (Points : 20) 3. (TCO...

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ACCT 212 Week 4 Midterm 1 (Explanatory) ACCT 212 Week 4 Midterm 2 (Graded) 1. (TCO 1) The Accounting Equation is used to develop the organizations financial reports. (1) Describe what owners' equity is (10 points) and (2) provide an example of an owners' equity account. (10 points) (Points : 20) 2. (TCO 1) The financial statements present a company to the public in financial terms. (1) Which financial statement identifies how well the company performed during the year (10 points) and (2) explain what information this financial statement provides. (10 points) (Points : 20) 3. (TCO 1) The...

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Axia College Material Appendix B Sentence Structure Review Each of the following sentences has one grammatical error. The errors are in one of the following four categories: subject-verb agreement, run-on sentence, verb form and tense, or sentence fragment. Read each of the sentences and write the type of error found in the space provided. Sentence Write the type of error in the spaces below. At 3PM I will be feeding the ducks. At the park. Sentence fragment A giant monster attacked the warehouse yesterday morning the warehouse makes sneakers. Run-on sentence That brand of car goes...

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ACC 305 Week 1 DQ2 Judgment Case 2-1 (page 109) You have recently been hired by Davis & Company, a small public accounting firm. One of the firms partners, Alice Davis, has asked you to deal with a disgruntled client, Mr. Sean Pitt, owner of the citys largest hardware store. Mr. Pitt is applying to a local bank for a substantial loan to remodel his store. The bank requires accrual based financial statements but Mr. Pitt has always kept the companys records on a cash basis. He does not see the purpose of accrual based statements. His most recent outburst went something like this: After...

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**ACC 305 Week 1 DQ2** Judgment Case 2-1 You have recently been hired by Davis & Company, a small public accounting firm. One of the firms partners, Alice Davis, has asked you to deal with a disgruntled client, Mr. Sean Pitt, owner of the citys largest hardware store. Mr. Pitt is applying to a local bank for a substantial loan to remodel his store. The bank requires accrual based financial statements but Mr. Pitt has always kept the companys records on a cash basis. He does not see the purpose of accrual based statements. His most recent outburst went something like this: After all, I...

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Describe the security vulnerabilities exploited by the hackers? '21st century bank heist' was one of the biggest bank robbery that was demonstrated by a group of hackers, and a global network of cyber criminals operating more than 26 countries stole 45 million by hacking into a database of prepaid debit cards. Hackers got into bank databases, and eliminated withdrawal limits on all available pre-paid debit cards and created access codes then loaded that data onto a plastic card (an old hotel's key card or expired credit card) with a magnetic stripe to that particular card and card now...

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Devry ACCT 212 (Financial Accounting) Course Projects Midterm and Final Exam ACCT212 Course Project 1 (Part A + Part B) Rawls Repair Corporation ACCT212 Course Project 2 (McDonough Products) ACCT 212 Week 4 Midterm 1 (Explanatory) ACCT 212 Week 4 Midterm 2 (Graded) 1. (TCO 1) The Accounting Equation is used to develop the organizations financial reports. (1) Describe what owners' equity is (10 points) and (2) provide an example of an owners' equity account. (10 points) (Points : 20) 2. (TCO 1) The financial statements present a company to the public in financial terms....

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Devry ACCT 212 (Financial Accounting) Course Projects Midterm and Final Exam ACCT212 Course Project 1 (Part A + Part B) Rawls Repair Corporation ACCT212 Course Project 2 (McDonough Products) ACCT 212 Week 4 Midterm 1 (Explanatory) ACCT 212 Week 4 Midterm 2 (Graded) 1. (TCO 1) The Accounting Equation is used to develop the organizations financial reports. (1) Describe what owners' equity is (10 points) and (2) provide an example of an owners' equity account. (10 points) (Points : 20) 2. (TCO 1) The financial statements present a company to the public in financial terms....

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ACCT 212 Week 4 Midterm 1 (Explanatory) ACCT 212 Week 4 Midterm 2 (Graded) 1. (TCO 1) The Accounting Equation is used to develop the organizations financial reports. (1) Describe what owners' equity is (10 points) and (2) provide an example of an owners' equity account. (10 points) (Points : 20) 2. (TCO 1) The financial statements present a company to the public in financial terms. (1) Which financial statement identifies how well the company performed during the year (10 points) and (2) explain what information this financial statement provides. (10 points) (Points : 20) 3. (TCO 1)...

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ACCT 212 (Financial Accounting) Devry Week 4 Week 4: Inventory Management – Discussion 1 Inventory Management (Graded) A review of the balance sheet of a retailer, such as Wal-Mart, will disclose that in current assets the majority investment is in inventory. With manufacturers, such as Ford, the inventory is spread between three different categories. Let's start our discussion with some basic inventory questions. How is inventory valued? Which inventory valuation method is most popular and why? What impact on the financial reports can the selection of an inventory valuation method...

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A+ Grade Response PAD 540 Week 7 Discussion "Global Economics” Please respond to the following: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank have played a major role in globalization and socio-economic reform. Tax incentives to many developing countries in exchange for making economic reforms have helped widen globalization. The Liberalization, Privatization, Globalization (LPG) approach received a big boost due to IMF and World Bank policies. The GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade) also played a significant role in ushering in globalization-minded economic reforms...

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ACC 400 Week 5 Final Exam ACC 400 Final Examination 1. Zelma Company's last financial statements provided the following ratios: Current ratio 3:2 Quick ratio 1:2 Accounts receivable turnover 9.0 times Inventory turnover 8.0 times Net income percentage 12.5% Return on equity 22.6% Return on assets 9.8% To the nearest day, what is the operating cycle for Zelma? a) 80 days b) 86 days c) 172 days d) 129 days 2. The following events have been projected: A. Cash sales and collections from customers totaling $980,000 B. Cash...

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ACC 400 Complete Course Week 1 Individual E-text Individual Assignments Prepare responses to the following assignment from the e-text, Financial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making 4th ed., by Kimmel, Weygandt, and Kieso a) Chapter 7: Problem Set B: P7-3B Prepare responses to the following assignment from the e-text, Financial and Managerial Accounting: The Basis for Business Decisions 13th ed., by Williams, Haka, and Bettner b) Chapter 9: Exercise E9.4 & Exercise 9.8 Discussion Questions What is a current asset? What is a non-current asset? What is the...

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**ACC 400** **Week 1** **Individual** E-text Individual Assignments Prepare responses to the following assignment from the e-text, Financial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making 4th ed., by Kimmel, Weygandt, and Kieso a)       Chapter 7: Problem Set B: P7-3B Prepare responses to the following assignment from the e-text, Financial and Managerial Accounting: The Basis for Business Decisions 13th ed., by Williams, Haka, and Bettner b)       Chapter 9: Exercise E9.4 & Exercise 9.8 **Discussion Questions** What is a current asset? What is a non-current asset? What is...

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**FIN 419 Week 5** Individual Assignment: Assignments from the Readings **Resource**: _Principles of Managerial Finance_ P**repare** responses to the following problems from the text: * Ch. 4: P42, P43 * Ch. 12: P124, P1219, P1221 FIN 419 Week 5 Individual Assignment - Final Examination Learning Team Assignment: International Finance Paper **Locate** an organization that has an international presence. **Write** a 1,400- to 1,750-word paper on your organization in which you complete the following: * Explain how the global investment banking process has assisted the...

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FIN 419 Week 4 Team Assignment International Finance Paper Learning Team Assignment: International Finance Paper Locate an organization that has an international presence. Write a 1,400- to 1,750-word paper on your organization in which you complete the following: Explain how the global investment banking process has assisted the organization. Explain how regulatory bodies affect financial decision making. Identify and evaluate contemporary issues in international financial management. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

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FIN 419 Week 5 Individual Assignment: Assignments from the Readings Resource: Principles of Managerial Finance Prepare responses to the following problems from the text: Ch. 4: P42, P43 Ch. 12: P124, P1219, P1221 FIN 419 Week 5 Individual Assignment - Final Examination Learning Team Assignment: International Finance Paper Locate an organization that has an international presence. Write a 1,400- to 1,750-word paper on your organization in which you complete the following: Explain how the global investment banking process has assisted the organization. Explain how...

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Some might say the crime of 21st century will be white collar. If this is true, what will be the major types of crime? Yes, it's true that major crime will be in white collar. There are people working in higher offices and bedazzling money from companies. Taking our hard earns money and using it for vacations, buying new homes, cars, and boats. There are many types of white collar which are crime. Many types of species of fraud and dishonest that conduct such activity through our banks and mortgage fraud, embezzlement, identity thief and any other various crimes internet crime they can...

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LDR 531 Managerial Organization Assignment Option One: Enron SAMPLE Managerial Organization Assignment Option One: Enron One of the most notorious scandals in American history involves Enron in which primary disclosure occurred in October 2001. In this scandal Enron a company recognized in both the international and domestic energy business processed transactions in misrepresentation of earnings reports for gaining revenue. Enron auditing, accounting, consultancy services, and Arthur Anderson are involved with not disclosing the true financial conditions of Enron. The scandal and...

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Many different types of financial institutions exist. Differentiate between deposit institutions and non-deposit institutions. Provide two examples of deposit and non-deposit financial institutions with a brief explanation of each. How can you use each of these financial institutions to manage your cash flows and develop or enhance your personal financial plan? There are many types of financial institutions falling into two categories deposit and non-deposit institutions.The deposit institutions are banks and credit unions which take in deposits and help their customers to save their...

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According to the IRS, over 500 Billion is unaccounted for in GDP because of transactions like tips, unreported income from garage sales, bartering and "black market" transactions. Discuss the issues with "saving money" personally at the cost of GDP growth? One factor that damages the growth of the GDP is people that save their money at home rather than a financial institution. The GDP depends on the people's money being stored in banks and other financial institutions because of the interest it gains. When Grandpa stores his life savings in mason jars buried in the backyard, that...

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"Capital Investments" With the current U.S. economy in a weakened state, many companies are reluctant to implement any capital improvements or capital expenditures in fear of the economic uncertainty that exists that may negatively impact the cash-flow of the organization. Assess the impact of this behavior on productivity, cost efficiency, diversification of assets, or impact to future cash-flows that may emerge if companies continue this mindset indicating the long-term risk to profitability. Provide an example or scenario to support your response. In this economic downturn,...

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ECO 550 Assignment 4 Levels General Motors Assignment 4: Automotive Production Levels General Motors Eco 550 - Managerial Economics and Globalization General Motors Company General Motors Corporation (GM) is the largest company in an industry that has a major impact on the American economy and in the world. GM has led the auto industry in innovation and for most of the 20th century. From 1931 to 2008 GM led in the industry only to be surpassed by Toyota in 2008. After major cutbacks for over two years, GM found itself at the brink of bankruptcy and accepted government...

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Com 156 paper It is projected that Social Security will be depleted by 2037 (Crutsinger, 2010). It is imperative that the citizens of the United States plan for their own retirement. Social Security will be unable cover the needs of future retirees. The average retired couple receives only approximately 1,892 per month according to (2010). This falls well below the median income of 5,746 made by married couples without children according to The U.S. Census Bureau (2007). There are particular qualifications that must be met in order to receive benefits and the trust fund has a high...

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Week 1 - Summary Response #1 One of this week's topics that was interesting was on cash control. I learned that it is one of the most important functions in a company and having effective cash control will only benefit the company. There are many different methods to obtain effective cash flow, such as bank reconciliation and petty cash for small items. The person reconciling the bank statements should not be the one that has control over the cash because there is no one to double check and make sure that fraud is not taking place. This can be difficult when working in a smaller...

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Business Research Applications Paper University of Phoenix RES 320 Introduction This introduction is on the research and analysis of my organization called Citi a global banking and investment firm with operations in more than 100 countries. We will be looking at the organization's group called Citi Investment Research & Analysis. An organization based in Australia and New Zealand highly regarded with top analysts winning major awards around the globe for their expertise in research on more than 200 companies and globally covering over 3,000 securities in more than...

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From your readings, select two legal forms of doing business and explain the differences between the two;thebenefits of each;and the liabilities ofboth forms of businesses. Of the two businesses you selected, which do you considerthe preferred form of business operations, and why? Non-profit Organizations otherwise known as not-for-profits are organizations that try to offer a service to its community such as food banks, homeless shelters, and The Red Cross. (Gen, 2009).While not-for-profit organizations are permitted to generate surplus revenues, they must be retained by the...

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Introduction We are living in what is usually described as an 'information society' and as the business community makes ever greater use of computers the courts are going to find that increasingly the disputes before them turn on evidence which has at some stage passed through or been processed by a computer. In order to keep in step with this practice it is vital that the courts are able to take account of such evidence. As the Criminal Law Revision Committee recognised, 'the increasing use of computers by the Post Office, local authorities, banks and business firms to store...

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Running head: Business Scenario Paradise 1 Business Scenario Paradise Part 1 Business Scenario Paradise Part 1 Organizational Process Kava, while beautiful, is plagued by natural disaster and poverty while having vast potential. Our brand is present in the market globally and Bank of America has the chance to do the same here. Immediate action is needed if our organization is to capitalize on the natural wealth that is Kava. Traditionally Bank of America asses' exactly what we want to accomplish and the area in which we want to acquire that will allow us to set up...

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Say It in 250 Words Econ 545 Sample 250 Word Essay Selling bonds reduces the money supply, thus increasing the value of money, but the reserve is not changed if banks buy bonds, says Patricia and Allison, but is not good monetary policy for the Feds to raise the reserve requirement, due to its tendency to increase inflation more than desired. Allison's suggestion to raise interest rates is useful for selling bonds. Decreasing government spending as suggested by Kathy may lead to a deeper recession. If the government increases their spending as Allison recommends, this will raise...

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Assignment 2 Cash Management Norma's Cat Food of Shell Knob ships cat food throughout the country. Norma has determined that through the establishment of local collection centers around the country, she can speed up the collection of payments by two and one-half days. Furthermore, the cash management department of her bank has indicated to her that she can defer her payments on her accounts by one-half day without affecting suppliers. The bank has a remote disbursement center in Iowa. a. If the company has 5 million per day in collections and 3 million per day in disbursements, how...

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Week 1 - Summary Response #1 One of this week's topics that was interesting was on cash control. I learned that it is one of the most important functions in a company and having effective cash control will only benefit the company. There are many different methods to obtain effective cash flow, such as bank reconciliation and petty cash for small items. The person reconciling the bank statements should not be the one that has control over the cash because there is no one to double check and make sure that fraud is not taking place. This can be difficult when working in a smaller company,...

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Are there any situations in business that are legal but unethical? Can you think of any situations that are ethical but illegal? Provide hypothetical workplace examples to support your argument. Response: Many situations in business are legal but not ethical. For example, certain business is inherently unethical. One example is check-cashing businesses, which charges extortion-level interest rates to poor people on short-term loans by holding their paychecks as collateral. Once people get into check-cashing cycles, it's almost impossible for them to get out of debt. In a similar...

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Finance System including circulation for money, grant of credit, investment opportunities, and banking faculties Without finance, there would be no resource allocations for operating or functional expenditures. Efficient market Efficient market, information is simultaneously available with corresponding funds example - stock market To make intellectual and well-intended fiscal decisions, information pertaining to funds must be readily accessible and available to provide insight and information for clients/investors/brokers. Primary market A market where the security is...

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Finance System including circulation for money, grant of credit, investment opportunities, and banking faculties Without finance, there would be no resource allocations for operating or functional expenditures. Efficient market Efficient market, information is simultaneously available with corresponding funds example - stock market To make intellectual and well-intended fiscal decisions, information pertaining to funds must be readily accessible and available to provide insight and information for clients/investors/brokers. Primary market A market where the security is...

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Dreams Do Come True. Imagine that you have decided you need a new car, but not any car will do; you have decided to purchase the car of your dreams. Conduct some research as to the cost of this car. You have determined in this imagined scenario that you could afford to make a 10% down payment. You can borrow the balance either from your local bank using a four-year loan or from the dealership’s finance company. If you purchase from your dealership’s finance company, the APR will be 10% with your 10% down and monthly payments over three years. However, the dealership will give you a...

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BUS 401 (Principles of Finance) Complete Course The Role of Financial Management in a Firm. Summarize the role of management as it relates to finance in a corporation. In your post, address the following: § Indicate the various aspects of finance that management must understand. § Describe why a manager needs to understand the characteristics and importance of financial markets including risk and efficiency. § Describe why cash flow is more important than sales in a business. § Discuss what could happen if management does not fulfill responsibilities related to...

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The Batik of Malaysia Jennifer Robinson ANT 101 Professor Janni Pedersen May 6, 2013 The Batek of Malaysia The Batek or The Batek De' are one group of Malayan aborigines that are still nomadic hunters and gatherers, so the exact locations of their settlements change when one of their tribe members dies or the resources that they use for survival is depleted (Antonio & Gisela, 2013). Historically the Batek dwelled in the forests of Pahang, Malaysia but due to selective logging or clear-cutting the Batek now largely inhabit the Taman Negara National Park. "The national park...

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Week 5 DQ 4 What are some of the negative impacts of the U.S. recession on for-profit and non-profit business? For-profit organization was loss of revenue, downsizing, less demand for products, which in turn made some things cheaper, less productivity, banks were not loaningand consumer were not spending because they were afraid of the economic situation(in capitalism you need people to spend). For non-profit organization meant cuts from government, corporations, cuts in donation from private donors, which also affected the type of work and people they could help and it also meant that...

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ACC 600; Financial Management, Role of the CFO, Capstone Week 6 Individual Deliverable By Brian Banks Kohl's Corporation's current market value is only times its total book value per share, which suggest investors are currently assigning very little value to the company's ongoing business and its future earnings growth. We normally look at the company's price to tangible book value (which includes intangible assets such as goodwill), but in this case Kohl's Corporation didn't report any intangible assets in its most recent balance sheet. The company's low price to cash flow ratio of...

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The Ambitious Payroll Manager Assignment 1 Unit 2 Sumera Asghar Course: AC555: Fraud Examination November 18, 2014 Case Summary In this case, Dena Brenner, a beautiful woman uses her position as Payroll Manager of the International Agricultural Seed Company, to commit fraud by paying the company's payroll. This fraud was performed through of the use of a phantom employee that in this case was a former employee of the company. The way to commit fraud was reactivating the personal information of the former employee in the payroll system also change the account number from...

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Assignment 1: Davis v. The Board of County Commissioners of Doa Ana County DJhonna M. Jones Dr. LaQue Banks-Perkins Business Employment Law 27 October 2013 Abstract: The body of the paper will cover what the legal issue in the case is. It will also cover why the court concluded what Doa Ana County could be held liable for negligent referral or misrepresentation. In addition whether it mattered that the former employer's investigation was not able to confirm all of the allegations against Herrera, with an explanation. A statement of the practical implications the decision...

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Reflecting On My Readings Chapter 8 Jennifer Robinson ING 103 Professor Tarik Iles February 18, 2013 Reflecting On My Readings Chapter 8 1. Some might say the crime of the 21st century will be white collar. If that is true, what will be the major types of cybercrime? How can we safeguard against it? I think that some of the major cybercrimes of the 21st century are illegal hacking, piracy, and internet harassment (cyber bullying). Computer hacking has become a major issue with having the use of connecting to the internet. Hackers have the ability to cripple major...

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Interviewing Peter Lynch Review the"Minimizing Risk" video segment below: In the video segment, you will watch an interview with two great investors of the twentieth century. Imagine you are Harry Reasoner, and you are allowed to ask Peter Lynch one question about market risk, discount rates, or the weighted average cost of capital (WACC). What question would you ask? Why do you feel that is an important question? Review the "Minimizing Risk" video I would ask Peter Lynch the following questions? Do you believe that America have paid the price for risky gambling on Wall Street?...

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Risky Situations Note three types of sensitive information involved with each situation. Then, note three ways each information item could be misused or harmed. For each of these, note at least one likely finding that you would include in a risk analysis report of the organization. Finally, answer the questions at the end of the table. Situation 1 - Online Banking System Information Affected Potential Harm (Risk) Likely Finding in Risk Analysis Report Customer details Illegal accessibility Terminal illegal access to client account information as well as...

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In the Noor (2009) article, it is estimated that more than 100 million individuals' personally identifiable information has been compromised because of breaches of information technology systems. What are the current problems discussed in the article and key management controls and solutions? What measures can a database administrator take to mitigate these issues? The article discusses the changes that organizations must consider in their data protection efforts. Simply having passwords is not enough anymore. The fail-safe used to be limiting access to an organization's firewall and...

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3. Why is it effective to have agencies that focus on specific industries? It's important since a few of the industries are complete opposites and one company can't be so familiar with each industry and be effective regarding controlling them. The industries are extremely broad it might be difficult to deal with them all the same; they all require their own particular regulations and rules. It will be like controlling fish markets and banks the same would not work.

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Many different types of financial institutions exist. Differentiate between deposit institutions and non-deposit institutions. Provide two examples of deposit and non-deposit financial institutions with a brief explanation of each. How can you use each of these financial institutions to manage your cash flows and develop or enhance your personal financial plan? There are many types of financial institutions falling into two categories deposit and non-deposit institutions.The deposit institutions are banks and credit unions which take in deposits and help their customers to save their...

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BUS 599 Week 5 M5A1 Digital Effectiveness in Tradition Companies In the past few years, traditional bookstores like Borders have gone bankrupt and disappeared as has grown and maintained profitability. Your job is to analyze and discuss the success and failure of brick and mortar companies in the face of globalization and technological innovation. Please go to the website of a brick and mortar retail company that participates in the global economy. Analyze their website and assess how technology has been integrated into their business model. Does the technological innovation fit...

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Ethical dilemma Students Name Institution Affiliation: Instructor: Course: Date: Ethical dilemma Introduction and Situational analysis: The Enron Corporation was a US based energy multinational company based in Texas. Enron went into bankruptcy reorganization. The company was formed in 1985 by Kenneth Lay. Later in the 90s the company's financial performance became weak. The dilemma before the company was to allow the company to decline and report its decline or otherwise use accounting loopholes, special purpose entities, and fraudulent financial reporting to hide huge debts...

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The Federal Reserve Board of Governors Should the Federal Reserve Board of Governors remain independent What is the strongest argument on either side? Answer: Economic theory and massive amounts of empirical evidence which makes strong case of maintaining Fed's independence. When central banks are subject to political pressure, authorities often pursue excessive expansion monetary policy in order to reduce unemployment in short run. This produces high inflation with high interest rates without reducing low unemployment in the long run. It happened again and again in the past not only in...

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Market Analysis: Dell Inc. in China Name Course Professor Name FALL 2015 Market Analysis: Dell Inc. in China The current Chinese market's currency, the Yuan, is pegged to currencies, but mostly the U.S. dollar. The Chinese banks keep a supply of dollars in its foreign exchange reserve, and keeps buying more dollars as its economy grows. China is also one of the largest foreign holders of Treasuries (Essaye, 2014). According to the 2015 Index of Economic Freedom, China's inflation is rated at 2.6%. The individual tax rates in the country are 45%, and the corporate tax is rated at...

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DQ 1 After reviewing this week's Electronic Reserve Readings, identify three curiosity techniques (as addressed on p. 116 of your text) that American colonists may have applied when thinking about their situation prior to the Boston Tea Party. Three technical techniques that the American colonists were able to have before the Boston Tea Party "paid attention, were the imperfections, and looked for a cause. They were attentive because they have found that since the East India Company would be selling tea through their agents, the price would be considerably lower than that paid by the...

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Kenya - Developing Country Name Institution Affiliations Many developing countries particularly in Africa are in the class of third world countries. Most of them cannot manage to sustain their population need without the support from other countries from developed world. Thus, they have to rely on aid mostly from other developed countries such ; they can get aids from the International Monetary Fund IMF and World Bank. Kenya is one example of this developing country that has benefited a lot from the aids and grants from these two lending institutions. It can get loans from...

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Business and Financial Risks In the present competitive business environment, the possibility of risks is normal, and in most of the situation, its effect creates an adverse environment for business, such as huge profits or losses in the business, bankruptcy, and others. Therefore, business risk is a term that basically refers to the possibility of inadequate profits or even losses in case of uncertainties (Spedding & Rose, 2008). There are several examples that can be considered as business risks, such as changes in tastes, strikes, preferences of consumers, change in government...

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GM and Ford strategy Students Name: Institutional Affiliation: General Motors and Ford are two of the big three automakers after Chrysler and have been the largest and most successful companies since time memorial. In the recent years, however, the two companies have taken an unexpected turn that has seen the situation change to worse as the economic climate continues to change. The U.S economy has been pushed to the recession that commenced with the housing crisis that began in 2008 (Mian & Sufi, 2008). As companies that rely on short-term funds, they became affected by...

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The real estate industry has been hit hard in the 1990s. Many companies have been struggling to maintain their position in a rapidly decreasing real estate market. The largest Canadian based real estate company to experience an accumulation of debts is, the once Calgary based, Trizec Corporations.1 Trizec Corporations is experiencing over 600 million dollars worth of outstanding debts and was near bankruptcy until the Toronto based investment group, Horsham Incorporated, invested 600 million dollars in return for 43% of the company in 1994.2 The merge between Trizec...

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A+ Grade Response PAD 540 Week 4 Discussion "Political Systems" Please respond to the following:  Watch the video titled, “World Bank President Outlines Strategy to End Poverty, Welcomes New Development Partners” (5 min 42 s), located here. Agree or disagree with the strategy that the World Bank President outlines in the video, citing specific reasons for your position. Provide a rationale for your response.

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Bachelor in Information Technology Program IT 3300 (4 Pages 1698 Words) Abstract The organization that I will create (known going forward as the selected organization) is one that provides consulting services to the financial services industry. The services that will be provided will be from regional offices close to major metropolitan areas in North America. Services will target banks, savings and loans and other support services that complement the financial industry. There are four possible types of operating models, Diversification, Coordination, Replication and Unification...

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the French auto maker appointed Carlos Ghosn to become In 1999, Nissan was in a state of serious decline and had lost money in all but one of the previous eight years. Only Renaults willingness to assume part of Nissans debt saved the Japanese company from going bankrupt. As part of the deal, the French auto maker appointed Carlos Ghosn to become Nissans chief operating officer. However, there was widespread skepticism that the alliance between Renault and Nissan could succeed, or that someone who was not Japanese could provide effective leadership at Nissan. During the three months prior...

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Risk Worth Taking Tischkia Joiner BUS 401 Principles of Finance Mathew Keyes August 24, 2015 Risk Worth Taking Entering financial management world can be overwhelming at times. There are so many concerns that the company management must answer too. There is the board of directors, stock holder, employees and customers. Management must account for times of profit as well as times of loss and how those risk were avoided, curbed or even accounted for. Risk management teams are a way that businesses are being accountable for the projects that are explored for potential funding. The goal...

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International business expansion Amber Aponte Colorado Technical University Bank has been around for sixty years. Expanding a business is extremely hard. Opening up a new development bank across the sea might consequence in a huge firing if it fails. In this market, things are just beginning to rise. Still our shareholders are worried. They are worried about the backlash they might face. We are opening an expansion...

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1. What are the primary goals and tenets or SOX with respects to fraud? The primary goals and tenets of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act in 2002 (SOX) were to fix auditing of U.S. publicly traded companies. This act was enacted due to financial scandals and bankruptcies such as Enron, WorldCom, Xerox, Sunbeam, Waste Management, Adelphia, Tyco and others. Sarbanes-Oxley created a unique, quasi-public institution to oversee and regulate auditing. Its initial goal is to enlist auditors to enforce existing laws against theft and fraud by corporate officers. In addition, SOX warrants corporate leaders to...

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FIN 564 Management of Financial Institutions (Keller - Fall 2016) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Grading Summary These are the automatically computed results of your exam. Grades for essay questions, and comments from your instructor, are in the "Details" section below. Date Taken: 2/14/2016 Time Spent: 05 min , 35 secs Points Received: 5 / 5 (100%) Question Type: # Of Questions: # Correct: Multiple Choice 5 5 Grade Details - All Questions Question1. Question : (TCO G & H)Which one of the following has the highest...

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ACC 280 Week 1 DQs Discussion Questions: Week 1: What are the four basic financial statements? What do the different financial statements tell you about a company? Which financial statement is the most useful? Why? What types of information is provided to managers in your department and how do managers in your organization use information presented in financial statements? What do you think of when you hear the word debit? What do you think of when you hear the word credit? Why does your bank statement show a credit for an increase in your cash balance? Is an increase to...

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5\. Howton & Howton Worldwide (HHW) is planning its operations for the coming year, and the CEO wants you to forecast the firm's additional funds needed (AFN). The firm is operating at full capacity. Data for use in the forecast are shown below. However, the CEO is concerned about the impact of a change in the payout ratio from the 10% that was used in the past to 50%, which the firm's investment bankers have recommended. Based on the AFN equation, by how much would the AFN for the coming year change if HHW increased the payout from 10% to the new and higher level? All dollars are in...

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ACC 305 Week 3 Judgment Case 7-5 For each of the following independent situations, indicate the apparent internal control weaknesses and suggest alternative procedures to eliminate the weaknesses. 1. John Smith is the petty cash custodian. John approves all requests for payment out of the $200 fund, which is replenished at the end of each month. At the end of each month, John submits a list of all accounts and amounts to be charged and a check is written to him for the total amount. John is the only person ever to tally the fund. 2. All of the companys cash disbursements are made by...

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2.) Suppose rf is 5% and rM is 10%. According to the SML and the CAPM, an asset with a beta of ?2.0 has a required return of negative 5% [ 5 ? 2(10 ? 5)]. Can this be possible? Does this mean that the asset has negative risk? Why would anyone ever invest in an asset that has an expected and required return that is negative? Explain The return on the stock moves in an opposite manner to the returns on the market. In my organization within the banking industry,we pull up the Daily Market Report each morning to see the trends in the market and determine if our...

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AffluenzaAnswers Introduction: The basic purpose of this essay is to evaluate a common disorder of our society that is infecting people throughout World and particularly in the U.S. This disorder is called "Affluenza" it is very catching and once polluted with the disease it is difficult to be overthrown. "Affluenza" is characterized as an unhealthful connection with money, blown up hopes and tiresome efforts to keep up with the Joneses. "Affluenza" creates anxiety, bankruptcy, and becomes the reason of several problems in associations. Even though, there are some people who...

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AffluenzaAnswers Introduction: The basic purpose of this essay is to evaluate a common disorder of our society that is infecting people throughout World and particularly in the U.S. This disorder is called "Affluenza" it is very catching and once polluted with the disease it is difficult to be overthrown. "Affluenza" is characterized as an unhealthful connection with money, blown up hopes and tiresome efforts to keep up with the Joneses. "Affluenza" creates anxiety, bankruptcy, and becomes the reason of several problems in associations. Even though, there are some people who...

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Cmgt320The Resurrection Mw Group Paper Using Organization Methodologies and IT To Resurrect Montgomery Ward's Abstract Montgomery Wards was a legacy company that couldn't seem to shake the tendency to go bankrupt in its later years. They had communication problems between departments. They were also unable to keep up with trends in consumer preferences and technology. The professional team of MGHM Enterprises took on the challenge of resurrecting Montgomery Wards into the new and improved company, Arron's (the first name of Ward). By using IT, foreign and virtual investors, and by...

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Week Five Reflection Summary Name Team A ACC/ 290 Date Week Five Reflection Summary Because of several accounting dishonor and many subsequent bankruptcies, the president and, Congress have put into effect important financial change by the creation of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 ("Act"). Team A has examined the outcome of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) on the level of aggressive versus conservative reporting behavior of public companies. The reason for this summary is to briefly analyze the impact the Act has on accounting. SOX impose significantly bigger possible consequences on...

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Future Trends in Health Care Future Trends in Health Care: Mental Health HCS 533 Future Trends in Health Care: Mental Health Access to affliction is a key account in a communitys health, rural communities accept beneath admission to bloom affliction because of provider availability, ambit to travel, and banking constraints (Health Account Analysis & Development, 2010). The rural communities accept an even greater alterity apropos admission to brainy health, studies appearance they are 63% beneath acceptable to accept accepted brainy bloom casework (Health Account Analysis &...

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JHT Task 2 Strategic management with Cases SYNOPSIS Dialog Telekom from the case study is the largest telecommunication company in Ghana, and was established in the 90's, operators of Dialog GSM, a mobile phone network that cut across the length and breadth of the country thus providing mobile services for over half a million Ghanaians. The company prides itself in its commitment to, and achievement in, Research, Development and New Technology introduction in fulfilment of their motto or slogan, 'The Future Today'. In 1998, Dialog GSM introduced Value Added Services (VAS) in commercial...

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McBride Marketing 1 MCBRIDE MARKETING McBride Marketing Paper University of Phoenix McBride Marketing 2 McBride Financial Service McBride Financial Service is a full service mortgage provider that is committed to assisting in the right home product for your real estate needs. (). McBride Financial specializes in niche marketing and focuses on educating the average consumer giving them the power in their banking and mortgage relationships which allows for the opportunity to save money (). In this paper I will outline the marketing strategy, the types of media...

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Mgt 448 Global Financing and the Exchange Rate Mechanisms MGT/448 Global Financing and the Exchange Rate Mechanisms During the height of World War Two representatives from 44 countries met in New Hampshire to design a new monetary system to replace the collapsed Gold Standard system. The agreement reached established two multinational institutions the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank. The IMF job would be to maintain order in the international monetary system, the World Bank job would be to promote general economic development. The agreement called for a system of...

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Mergers Don't Always Lead to Culture Clashes Paper CJA/474 Managing Criminal Justice Personnel 1. In what ways were the cultures of Bank of America and MBNA incompatible? The cultures of Bank of America (BOA) and MBNA were incompatible because they were complete opposites. Everything about each company was different and polarizing in comparison to the other. MBNA was a flashy, arrogant, and flamboyant company that allowed their employees to live a luscious lifestyle. Their flamboyance was encouraged with high paying salaries that were well above base average and they were...

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Election of 1888 In 1888, James G. Blaine, the Republican party's most prominent figure, declined to seek the presidential nomination. The national convention then nominated Harrison as the soldier-citizen who combined fitness with availability. The call came on the 8th BALLOT. Levi P. Morton, a New York City banker, received the vice-presidential nomination. Cleveland was renominated by the Democrats. Harrison conducted a unique and unexpected front-porch campaign, delivering...

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List two advantages and disadvantages of job specialization. What aspects of Taylorism (as described in the Unit III Lesson) have you encountered in any jobs you have had? 2. List the five ways to improve reward effectiveness; choose one and apply it to a real-life (genuine or fictional) scenario. In your conclusion, indicate what type of employee review would be linked to this reward. 3. A study of bank employees concluded that empowerment improved customer service and tended to reduce conflict between employees and their supervisors. Given this study, explain the term...

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XACC 290 Financial Reporting XACC/290 Principles of Accounting I Financial Reporting As you decide to write and or analyses a company's finical reports or balance sheets, you must fully understand how they should be listed. Taking a look at the assets of a company you will want to view the current items. Current Assets - which are items that could be converted over into cash, sold and or/ could be consumed within a certain amount of time (typically one year). The reporting of Cash within the Current Assets, is to be referred to as physical cash that is placed with in the bank. In...

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Ethics Case 9-11 on page 497 Danville Bottlers is a wholesale beverage company. Danville uses the FIFO inventory method to determine the cost of its ending inventory. Ending inventory quantities are determined by a physical count. For the fiscal year- end June 30, 2011, ending inventory was originally determined to be 3,265,000. However, on July 17, 2011, John Howard, the company's controller, discovered an error in the ending inventory count. He determined that the correct ending inventory amount should be 2,600,000. Danville is a privately owned corporation with significant financing...

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[Please scroll down and follow instruction and get document ] PREVIEW Judgment Case 2-1 (page 109) You have recently been hired by Davis & Company, a small public accounting firm. One of the firm's partners, Alice Davis, has asked you to deal with a disgruntled client, Mr. Sean Pitt, owner of the city's largest hardware store. Mr. Pitt is applying to a local bank for a substantial loan to remodel his store. The bank requires accrual based financial statements but Mr. Pitt has always kept the company's records on a cash basis. He does not see the purpose of accrual based...

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Ethics Case 9-11 on page 497 Danville Bottlers is a wholesale beverage company. Danville uses the FIFO inventory method to determine the cost of its ending inventory. Ending inventory quantities are determined by a physical count. For the fiscal year- end June 30, 2011, ending inventory was originally determined to be 3,265,000. However, on July 17, 2011, John Howard, the company's controller, discovered an error in the ending inventory count. He determined that the correct ending inventory amount should be 2,600,000. Danville is a privately owned corporation with significant financing...

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_A+ Grade Work_ ####**BUS 302: Assignment 2: 21st Century Leadership** Strayer University The 20th and 21st centuries have produced many business leaders, such as corporate giants like Jack Welch of GE, Daymond John of FUBU, Steve Jobs of Apple, and Herb Kelleher of Southwest. In addition, many hip-hop moguls have risen to prominence, such as Sean Combs, aka P Diddy, of Bad Boy Records; Russell Simmons, founder of Def Jam; and Sean Carter, aka Jay Z, of Rock Nation. Regardless of their business models and industries, organizational leaders are expected to create realistic visions for...

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Greater Providence Deposit & Trust Michelle N. Knight Strayer University Instructor: Thomas "Jason" Wood Accounting Information Systems - October 20, 2010 In this case, The Greater Providence Deposit & Trust might improve its control procedures over the disbursement of its loan funds by monitoring the amount of loans that are written by their employees. Once a handful of loans are approved by a manager or another employee for a certain period of time, those loans should be audited by an external auditor. By implementing this system, I believe that it will make...

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Grading Summary These are the automatically computed results of your exam. Grades for essay questions, and comments from your instructor, are in the "Details" section below. Date Taken: Time Spent: 49 min , 51 secs Points Received: 100 / 100 (100%) Question Type: # Of Questions: # Correct: Multiple Choice 10 10 Grade Details - All Questions 1. Question : (TCO A) Which of the following statements is CORRECT? Student Answer: One of the disadvantages of incorporating a business is that the owners then become subject to liabilities in the event the...

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Managing Change Part 1 MGT/426 Managing Change Citigroup Incorporated (or Citi) is an American based multinational banking and financial service company headquartered in Manhattan, New York. Citigroup was born out of one of the largest business mergers in history when Citicorp Financial and Travelers Group combined their assets in 1998. As of 2012, Citigroup is one of the largest financial services network in the world, doing business in 160 countries operating 16,000 offices worldwide. Citigroup currently employs 260,000 employees who service an estimated 200 million...

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ACC 290 Week 5 Learning Team Weekly Reflection Week Five Reflection Summary Name Team A ACC/ 290 Date Week Five Reflection Summary Because of several accounting dishonor and many subsequent bankruptcies, the president and, Congress have put into effect important financial change by the creation of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 ("Act"). Team A has examined the outcome of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) on the level of aggressive versus conservative reporting behavior of public companies. The reason for this summary is to briefly analyze the impact the Act has on accounting. SOX...

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ACC 225 Complete Entire Course QS8-6) (1) (2) a.(i) Book(ii) AdditionAdjusting entry required b.(i) Book(ii) SubtractionAdjusting entry required c.(i) Book(ii) SubtractionAdjusting entry required d.(i) Bank(ii) SubtractionNo adjustment required e.(i) Book(ii) AdditionAdjusting entry required f.(i) Book(ii) SubtractionAdjusting entry required g.(i) Bank(ii) AdditionNo adjustment required E8-3) 1.A cash register (with a locked record) should be used at the sales stand-it should also be anchored to the stand. If a cash register cannot be used, the total sales...

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A+ Solutions FIN-350 Module 1 DQ 1 Fundamentals of Business Finance - The U.S. Banking System and the Money Supply Define, in laymen's terms, the six principles of finance. Discuss how one of these six principles plays out in the real world. Provide examples, other than ones mentioned in the text, to illustrate your thoughts. Respond to classmates' posts that address principles different from the one you chose. Do you agree or disagree? Explain why or why not.

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A+ Solutions FIN-350 Module 2 DQ 2 Fundamentals of Business Finance - The U.S. Banking System and the Money Supply Who are the major policy makers for the Federal Reserve System and how do they rise to such an influential position? How do these policymakers influence national economic objectives? Refer to Figure 5.1 on page 100 of the textbook. What part of this relationship could be influenced by the citizens of the country? Why?

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BSA 400 Week 3 DQ 2 Based on Games' (2007) article, describe the changes implemented by Norwood Health Systems in their IT systems that took them from the verge of bankruptcy to being a successful organization. Discuss how these changes were instrumental in the success. Can you see situations in which you might apply some/any of these changes? ANSWER Game's in his article described a situation that many companies are faced with and if these are ignored can lead to ruin. The challenge faced was not only to change the areas where the problem were acute, but to change the mentality...

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A+ Grade Solution ECO 550 Week 9 Discussion "Impact of Government Regulation" Please respond to the following: • Take a position on whether the banking industry needs more or less government regulation. Support your position with two (2) examples of the impact of regulation.

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ACCT 525 HOMEWORK WEEK 2 IFRS MEXICO 1) Description of Mexicos Process to adopt IFRS. The country that I selected to study the IFRS adoption is Mexico. IFRS in Mexico was adopted by all domestic listed companies other than financial institutions and insurances companies by January 1st 2012 with early applications from 2008. In addition Mexico is doing a converge project to eliminate the differences between Mexican Principles and IFRS for domestic companies whose securities are not publicly traded. Mexico switched accounting standards under a unique process of implementation made to fit...

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The Roadnet Transport Company has expanded its shipping capacity by purchasing 90 trailer trucks from a competitor that went bankrupt. The company subsequently located 30 of the purchased trucks at each of its shipping warehouses in Charlotte, Memphis, and Louisville. The company makes shipments from each of these warehouses to terminals in St. Louis, Atlanta, and New York. Each truck is capable of making one shipment per week. The terminal managers have indicated their capacity of extra shipments. The manager at St. Louis can accommodate 40 additional trucks per week, the manager at...

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**RES 351 Week 4 DQs** What special problem do open-ended questions have? How can these be minimized? In what situations are open-ended questions most useful? As part of its bankruptcy restructuring, General Motors (GM) launched a new ad campaign on June 3, 2009, that that was meant to feature a streamlined GM: fewer brandsincluding the Cadillac, Buick, Chevrolet, and GMC brandsand fewer models within each brand. What research would you have done to determine which vehicles models GM should retain and which it should drop? What would you have measured and with what type of measurement...

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ACC 230 Nortel Networks Renae Hagen ACC230 January 8, 2014 Cindy Kacmar Nortel Networks The Nortel case does show agreements associated to the guarantee under FIN 45. FIN 45 requires the company to make payments to the third party related to asset, liability, or security. Nortel retained liabilities that relates to events which occurred prior to the sales of portions of the business. Nortel entered into guarantees to the escrow of shares prior, which includes indemnities that conform to specific periods. This is not a limit on the maximum potential amount of liabilities....

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1. What do you think is causing some of the problems in the bank's home office and branches? As far as my concern, the major issue that is being occurring at the bank's home office as well as branches is that the employees working over there are not imparted with a proper training programme in order to have a clearance of what work they are doing. Instead, they are only said about how the machine works and how to perform the operations. As a result of which, in case of any unknown problem, it might be a point of concern, without a proper training given to their employees. 2. Do...

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Adjustable rate mortgages (ARMs) have received a great deal of bad press due to the tremendous number of foreclosures resulting from families who could not afford the loan payments once the interest rates increased. Do you believe this loan option was used appropriately in recent years? Why or why not? Under what circumstances does the use of ARMs make sense? Please explain. I'm not sure if this is just my overall scepticism of banks and mortgages at this point, however, I feel that ARMs are a way to "bait and tackle" new homeowners. The option lures you in with the tantalizing low...

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Eco 372 Economic Recommendations Economic Recommendations In December, 2007, an economic downturn began. A recession ensued and by September, 2008, it earned the name of the Great Recession (Yglesias, 2011). The unemployment rate, declining values in the housing market, increasing foreclosures, bankruptcies, the swelling federal debt, increasing food prices, and multiplying fuel prices demanded an economic response through fiscal policy and monetary policy. As a result of those responses, the United States is in a slow recovery phase. An analysis and recommendation of the current...

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Foreign Exchanges INB 205 All That Glitters is Not Gold - Foreign Exchanges, yes, an outdated phrase but it provides a starting point to understanding the complexities of our subject today. Let us open with the gold standard. At one time, as stated by the renowned Ben Bernanke (Bernanke, 2004 ), United States and the great majority of other nations were on the gold standard, a system in which the value of each currency is expressed in terms of ounces of gold. Under the gold standard, central banks stood ready to maintain the fixed values of their currencies by offering to trade...

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Business Ethics Journal Ethical Theories Applied to Enron Prescriptive Approaches to Ethics at Enron Enron was a global energy firm that filed for bankruptcy protection in 2001. The firm's senior managers had engaged in fraud for an extended period through a scheme in which partnerships owned by the managers could receive payment for goods and services never provided to Enron. In addition, the firm's external auditing firm, Arthur Andersen, was complicit in the fraud by knowingly certifying false financial statements as accurate. Arthur Anderson participated in the fraud...

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Business Ethics Journal Ethical Theories Applied to Enron Prescriptive Approaches to Ethics at Enron Enron was a global energy firm that filed for bankruptcy protection in 2001. The firm's senior managers had engaged in fraud for an extended period through a scheme in which partnerships owned by the managers could receive payment for goods and services never provided to Enron. In addition, the firm's external auditing firm, Arthur Andersen, was complicit in the fraud by knowingly certifying false financial statements as accurate. Arthur Anderson participated in the fraud...

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Critical Thinking Paper Critical thinking paper When I registered for "Essence of Enterprise" class, I have thought that it will assist me to mastering my leadership skills in business world either as a team member or a leader. I have realized that business is not all about making money, but I have known clear yet how I should function in business and what tools I need to deal with it. Therefore, I believe this course can be a tool to help me sharpening my skills and visions in business world. I have learned slightly the leadership concept based on my working experience in banking...

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Current Public Policy issue-Cyber security Policy Issues ABSTRACT Over the past twenty years, the Internet's role in our lives has grown to an everyday necessity. We rely on the Internet to communicate within the scope of our employment and social lives, to conduct our banking and bill paying, we even use it to track our personal property. There is hardly one area of our lives that we can not conduct over the Internet. While the Internet is a convenience that has made our lives easier, it has also opened the door in our lives to a vulnerability that is rapidly being exploited by cyber...

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Eco212 Federal Reserve Paper Federal Reserve Paper Money to the global market and governments around the world consider it to be an object that has value. There is a common understanding that money is used to exchange or trade services and goods throughout the world. In the early 1900's the Central banking system and Federal Reserve were founded by the United States Congress resulting from the aftermath of an economic crisis that shook the United States financial stability (Thai Press Reports, 2009). The Federal Reserve was mandated with providing regulatory and monetary...

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Harley Davidson Company Analysis Haley Davidson plant Analysis Abstract This paper analyses the Harley Davidson Company from a company that almost went bankrupt to a company that experiences a double increase in terms of growth yearly. Many companies are continuously looking for ways to improve their returns over and increase their scope in terms of market share. This company is one of the many that has implemented new marketing styles and improvements in its business to be able to defeat its competitors. The main focus of this paper is on analysis of the company and the strategies it...

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PROBLEM C2-1 & E2-1 C2-1 a) One of the factors to consider is percentage of holding Slanted Building Supplies has in Flat Floor Company. The company, Slanted 32% of the voting rights, justifying the use of equity-method. Another factor is if there will be consolidation of the two companies. There is a problem that does not indicate this. The amount of control or significant influence is the last area that should be taken into consideration. Even though, Slanted owns 32% of the voting stock it must determine if it has significant influence over Flat. If it does then the equity-method...

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We obtained data on the inflation rates from 1955-2010 then applied the Taylor Rule which is a formula we learned in class that "predicts" the target fed fund rates as iFedrFed ? where rFed2% 0.5(? - 2%) (?: inflation rate). Note that extended versions have unemployment rate or GDP growth rate and in our model we do not include this. We then obtained the actual federal funds rate from the website below: We then made a graph showing the time series of the actual and predicted(targeted) federal funds rate. Using this data we can now answer the question "Is the current federal funds...

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Week 3 Reflection Paper Failure Analysis/Change Strategy LDR 531 Business Failure Analysis The Hostess brand has had over 13 years of changes prior to the final change of bankruptcy this year. The founder Newman Drake started the business in New York in 1888. In 1960 Drake Bakeries was owned by a larger company, Borden. Borden was the maker of other popular snacks, Cracker Jack and Wise Potato Chips. In 1987 Borden sold the company to Ralston Purina, which was owned by ITT Continental Baking Company the makers of the rival Hostess Cake and Wonder Bread (Drake, 2008). After Drake...

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Research Proposal Table of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Statement of the Problems 3. Methodology of the Study * Sources of data * Sampling * Data collection * Analysis of data 4. Justification of the study 5. Scope and Limitation of the study 6. Budget * Time frame * Cost budget 7. Bibliography Introduction Bangladesh is a developing country, but the national calamity and political unrest sluggish the industrial growth as well as economic growth of the country. Inspite of all these hindrance the growth of leasing companies is a significant indication of our bright prospects....

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Week 4 Discussion Questions DQ 1 Why might cash flow management be important to an entrepreneur? What recommendations would you make to an entrepreneur who struggles with a cash management system? A business must have enough cash to meet its obligations as they come due, or it will experience bankruptcy. Creditors, employees and lenders expect to be paid on time, which requires cash. Proper cash management permits entrepreneurs to adequately meet the cash demands of their businesses, avoid retaining unnecessarily large cash balances and stretch the profit-generating power...

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Like any hall of fame, its inductees are the best in whatever they do, from baseball or football to something like being President. If you are a member of any hall of fame (including the one for the Presidents), it means that you have done something special or have a certain quality about yourself that makes you worthy to be in a hall of fame. My nominee for the Presidents hall of Fame is our seventh President of the United States, Andrew Jackson. I'll go over his presidency, focusing on both the highs and the lows of his two terms in office, from 1829-1837. The issues that...

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The Nomination ofAndrew Jackson to the "Presidents Hall of Fame" Like any hall of fame, its inductees are the best in whatever they do, from baseball or football to something like being President. If you are a member of any hall of fame (including the one for the Presidents), it means that you have done something special or have a certain quality about yourself that makes you worthy to be in a hall of fame. My nominee for the Presidents hall of Fame is our seventh President of the United States, Andrew Jackson. I'll go over his presidency, focusing on both the highs and the...

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BUS 302 Assignment 1 Kodak and Fujifilm- Compare and contrast the approach to management that each company has pursued in order to embrace innovation Due Week 4 and worth 300 points Access articles about the history, business approaches, management, and marketing of Eastman Kodak and Fujifilm. Eastman Kodak has been a developer and pioneer of photographic films for over 130 years. Although it invented the digital camera, the company was unprepared for the rapid changes in new technologies and filed for bankruptcy protection in January 2012. Fujifilm, a Japanese competitor, on...

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Your e-commerce site was successful in its first year of operation however, you would like additional financing for expansion. You are intrigued by venture capital. Is it usually a good financing source for a small e-business? Support your view with evidence, explanations and credible references. minimum should be 250 words. Venture Capital Venture capital is equity investment done in rapidly growing companies that require capital and for start-up companies that have strong business plan. Venture capital can be provided by individual or professionally managed investment funds or...

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PROBLEM C2-1 & E2-1 C2-1 a) One of the factors to consider is percentage of holding Slanted Building Supplies has in Flat Floor Company. The company, Slanted 32% of the voting rights, justifying the use of equity-method. Another factor is if there will be consolidation of the two companies. There is a problem that does not indicate this. The amount of control or significant influence is the last area that should be taken into consideration. Even though, Slanted owns 32% of the voting stock it must determine if it has significant influence over Flat. If it does then the equity-method...

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A+Solution Geography •Your country's name •- Research the meaning behind the flag too - what do the colors or symbols represent? •Map of the country, in color - I suggest getting a blank outline map for the country and filling in some details by hand (e.g., main roads, a few main cities, rivers, lakes) •Population •Name of the capital city and size of its population. •Is it a primate city? That means it is bigger than the second and third biggest cities combined •Growth rate of the country's population (same as annual increase rate) •Population density...

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A+ Solution University of Phoenix MKT 571 Week 1 Quiz Assignment Marketing Strategies [18 Questions] 1 Which of the following is correct about marketing management? 2 One of the most critical steps in the defining process of market research is 3 Marketing is considered both an art and a science. How do the 4Ps, or marketing mix, help us bridge the gap between art and science? 4 Which strategy does this exemplify? Kayak and Orbitz provide their customers with a variety of travel options including flight reservations, vacation packages, flight and hotel options with or without...

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SCI 256 White Salmon River Ecosystem Components SCI/256 White Salmon River - Ecosystems Components Introduction The existence of Condit Dam has been a blink of time in the history of the White Salmon watershed. Since time immemorial, the White Salmon River has originated from the southwestern slope of Mount Adams. The White Salmon River,m?t'la wana, was named for the white salmon. White salmon spawned here, the salmon eggs grew and went towards the ocean. They grew more and then they returned. In those days, salmon were in abundance. Many tribal members would gather along the...

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FIN 571 Week 5 Wiley Plus Assignment Problem : Your finance text book sold 53,250 copies in its first year. The publishing company expects the sales to grow at a rate of 20 percent for the next three years, and by 10 percent in the fourth year. Calculate the total number of copies that the publisher expects to sell in year 3 and 4. Problem : Find the present value of $3,500 under each of the following rates and periods. Problem : Trigen Corp. Management will invest cash flows of $331,000, $616,450, $212,775, $818,400, $1,239,644, and $1,617,848 in research and development...

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MKT 571 Week 1 Quiz Questions 1.Costco is able to keep its inventory expenditure relatively low through its management technology and cutting-edge point-of-sale inventory management technology. As a result, Costco is able to pass these savings on to consumers in the form of low prices. This strategy is best described as 2.In the U.S., consumer expenditures on homes and other large purchases tend to slow down during a recession because 3.The Soccer World Cup is promoted aggressively to both companies and fans. This is an example of marketing a(n) 4.One of the most critical steps in...

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Chapter 2 and 4 Name QNT 561 Chapter 2 answers Sample mean ()/6 16.3/6 The median is the middle value when the data set is ordered. Here since we have even number of observations we need to find the average of the two middle values. Ordered data: 2.0, 2.1, 2.5, 2.8, 3.2, 3.7 Median ()/2 a. Mean Sum/n 85/10 8.5 b. Mean Sum/n 400/16 25 c. Mean Sum/n 35/45 d. Mean Sum/n 242/18 a. Sample mean ()/5 The average amount charged is approximately equal to b. Ordered data: , , , , Median Middle value Half of the banks charged...

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ACCT 551 Final Exam 1.On August 31, Jenks Co. partially refunded $180,000 of its outstanding 10% note payable, made one year ago to Arma State Bank by paying $180,000 plus $18,000 interest, having obtained the $198,000 by using $52,400 cash and signing a new one-year $160,000 note discounted at 9% by the bank. a)Make the entry to record the partial refunding. Assume Jenks Co. makes reversing entries when appropriate. b)Prepare the adjusting entry at December 31, assuming straight-line amortization of the discount. 2.Prepare journal entries to record the following retirement. (Show...

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Integrated Case 5-42 First National Bank Time Value of Money Analysis You have applied for a job with a local bank. As part of its evaluation process, you must take an examination on time value of money analysis covering the following questions. A. Draw time lines for (1) a 100 lump sum cash flow at the end of Year 2, (2) an ordinary annuity of 100 per year for 3 years, and (3) an uneven cash flow stream of -50, 100, 75, and 50 at the end of Years 0 through 3. ANSWER: [Show S5-1 through S5-4 here.] A time line is a graphical representation that is used to show...

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Funding Strategies BUS435 Instructor: Funding Strategies Most of the time a new business will get its source of funding from bootstrapping. Bootstrapping is something entrepreneurs try to do with a new venture by pooling resources from personal savings, family, and friends. The sources that entrepreneurs used range from debt (banks, credit cards, finance companies) to equity (angel investors, venture capital) depending on the type of financing that is arranged. Most of the time entrepreneurs with use many of these options in order to get their business up and running. With...

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Is there a difference between cash and income? Is one more important than the other? There's a distinction between cash and income, firstly cash is the sum of money a company has got in its accounts that it has accessibility to fairly quickly. While income is what the company earned after expenses are paid. Income is frequently utilized to evaluate how nicely a company is performing and significantly influence its value to shareholders. The sum of Cash a company has got frequently informs shareholders how strong it is. A company with Cash in the bank is much more likely to endure an...

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Is there a difference between cash and income? Is one more important than the other? There's a distinction between cash and income, firstly cash is the sum of money a company has got in its accounts that it has accessibility to fairly quickly. While income is what the company earned after expenses are paid. Income is frequently utilized to evaluate how nicely a company is performing and significantly influence its value to shareholders. The sum of Cash a company has got frequently informs shareholders how strong it is. A company with Cash in the bank is much more likely to endure an...

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Adjustable rate mortgages (ARMs) have received a great deal of bad press due to the tremendous number of foreclosures resulting from families who could not afford the loan payments once the interest rates increased. Do you believe this loan option was used appropriately in recent years? Why or why not? Under what circumstances does the use of ARMs make sense? Please explain. I'm not sure if this is just my overall scepticism of banks and mortgages at this point, however, I feel that ARMs are a way to "bait and tackle" new homeowners. The option lures you in with the tantalizing low...

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Question : In what year did the United States reach a milestone in which more people lived in urban areas than farms? Student Answer:1910 1915 1920 1925 Instructor Explanation:The answer can be found in Chapter One of A History of the United States Since 1865. Points Received: Comments: 2. Question : The Dawes Act was significant because it demanded what from Native Americans? Student Answer:Capitulation Severalty Assimilation Land Instructor Explanation:The answer can be found in Chapter One of A History of the United States Since 1865. Points...

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Chapter 2 and 4 Name QNT 561 Chapter 2 answers Sample mean (3.22.52.13.72.82.0)/6 16.3/6 The median is the middle value when the data set is ordered. Here since we have even number of observations we need to find the average of the two middle values. Ordered data: 2.0, 2.1, 2.5, 2.8, 3.2, 3.7 Median (2.52.8)/2 a. Mean Sum/n 85/10 8.5 b. Mean Sum/n 400/16 25 c. Mean Sum/n 35/45 d. Mean Sum/n 242/18 a. Sample mean ()/5 The average amount charged is approximately equal to b. Ordered data: , , , , Median Middle value ...

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Impacts of Unethical Behavior Axia College University of Phoenix XACC 280 Enron was a major market middleman for energy that dominated the trading of energy contracts. An executive who worked for Enron and called most of the shots enlisted the help of sharp banking and finance consultants. The executive who called most of the shots involved Enron in the trading of electrical futures and composed a Web based commodities trading company which exploded overnight. Enron's stock value exploded increasing over 50% in one year. After years of success Enron started to show cracks...

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In this module, you have four case studies from which to choose to read and synthesize. In this assignment you are asked to discuss how the intersection of external and internal forces impact corporate success. In the first step, please develop a conceptual frame for one case study from the Hill and Jones textbook. In the second step, take the company and compare and contrast a similar company from within that same industry that has gone bankrupt. Using information from this module's academic articles, film, and textbook, discuss why one company succeeded and the other failed. Focus...

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Chapter 2 and 4 Name QNT 561 Chapter 2 answers Sample mean ()/6 16.3/6 The median is the middle value when the data set is ordered. Here since we have even number of observations we need to find the average of the two middle values. Ordered data: 2.0, 2.1, 2.5, 2.8, 3.2, 3.7 Median ()/2 a. Mean Sum/n 85/10 8.5 b. Mean Sum/n 400/16 25 c. Mean Sum/n 35/45 d. Mean Sum/n 242/18 a. Sample mean ()/5 The average amount charged is approximately equal to b. Ordered data: , , , , Median Middle value Half of the banks charged...

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_100% Correct Answers_ ####**FIN 571 Week 5 Individual Wileyplus Assignment** #####University of Phoenix 1.Your finance text book sold 53,250 copies in its first year. The publishing company expects the sales to grow at a rate of 20 percent for the next three years, and by 10 percent in the fourth year. Calculate the total number of copies that the publisher expects to sell in year 3 and 4. (If you solve this problem with algebra round intermediate calculations to 6 decimal places, in all cases round your final answers to the nearest whole number) 2.Find the...

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A+ Solutions FIN-350 Module 2 Practice Problems Fundamentals of Business Finance - The U.S. Banking System and the Money Supply Text Book: Melcher, R.W and Norton E.A.(2014). Introduction to finance: Markets, investments and financial management. Publisher; John Wiley and Sons Inc. (15 Ed.) Using Excel, complete the following problems from chapters 4 and 5 in the textbook: 1. P4-1 2. P4-3 3. P4-5 4. P4-6 5. P5-5 6. P5-6 7. P5-8 8. P5-10

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A+ Grade Solution FIN 350 Module 2 DQ 1 Individuals performing ratio analysis include (1) banks evaluating potential loan applications from small businesses, (2) investment analysts evaluating the investment quality of a firm’s stock, and (3) internal management, assessing the firm’s current strengths and weaknesses. Select one of the three parties above, and for that party, identify which of the five ratio groups (liquidity, activity, debt, profitability, or market) would be of most value and which would probably be of least value. Explain the reasons behind your choices.

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ACC 291 Week 2 DQ 4 How would you describe the accounting procedures for notes payable and accounts payable? How would you describe the accounting procedures for notes payable and accounts payable? Notes payablerepresent obligations to banks or other creditors based on formal written agreements. Notes payable usually require the borrower to pay interest and are frequently issued to meet short-term financing needs. Notes payable are also issued for varying periods of time. A specific interest rate is usually identified in the agreement....

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MIS 581 - Systems Analysis, Planning And Control ----------------------------------------------------------------- Keller Graduate School Of Management Week 4 HOMEWORK Course Title: System Analysis and Design Course Code: MIS581 Chapter 7 1.a) Level 1 data flow diagram of data movement for...

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AB 204 AB/204 AB204 Unit 7 Assignment (Kaplan) 1. This section deals with increase money supply given two scenarios (see a and b below). In Westlandia, the public holds 50% of money one (M1) in the form of currency, and the required reserve ratio is 20%. 2. Explain how each of the following changes quantity of money (money supply) in the economy. 3. Assume that in a country the total holdings of banks were as follows:

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Which of the following is an example of primary data that would be used by Topps card company to determine popularity of its new hologram baseball card series? The systematic design, collection, analysis, and reporting of data and findings relevant to a specific marketing situation facing the company is termed \___\___\___\___\___. Small companies can engage is marketing research in a number of creative and inexpensive ways, including \___\___\___\___\___. The step in the marketing research process that includes determining who will be sampled is to \___\___\___\___\___. Rita...

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FIN 534 Homework Chapter 4 1. A $50,000 loan is to be amortized over 7 years, with annual end-of-year payments. Which of these statements is CORRECT? a. The annual payments would be larger if the interest rate were lower. b. If the loan were amortized over 10 years rather than 7 years, and if the interest rate were the same in either case, the first payment would include more dollars of interest under the 7-year amortization plan. c. The proportion of each payment that represents interest as opposed to repayment of principal would be lower if the interest rate were lower. d. The last...

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**BUS 401 Week 3 Chapter 9 Mini Case** The balance sheet that follows indicates the capital structure for Nealon Inc. Flotation costs are (a) 15 percent of market value for a new bond issue, and (b) $2.01 per share for preferred stock. The dividends for common stock were $2.50 last year and are projected to have an annual growth rate of 6 percent. The firm is in a 34 percent tax bracket. What is the weighted average cost of capital if the firms finances are in the following proportions? TYPE OF FINANCING PERCENTAGE OF FUTURE FINANCING Bonds (8%, $1,000 par, 16-year maturity) 38%...

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**ECO 372 Week 4 Federal Reserve Presentation** Individual Federal Reserve Presentation Your boss has chosen you to give a presentation to a number of foreign officials regarding the United States Federal Reserve System. These officials are very interested in doing business in the United States, but they would like to learn more about the Federal Reserve and how it operates. Develop a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation. Address the following questions and include a notes page which contains the write-up portion to each question:     What are the factors...

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ECO 372 Week 4 Federal Reserve Presentation Individual Federal Reserve Presentation Your boss has chosen you to give a presentation to a number of foreign officials regarding the United States Federal Reserve System. These officials are very interested in doing business in the United States, but they would like to learn more about the Federal Reserve and how it operates. Develop a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. Address the following questions and include a notes page which contains the write-up portion to each question: What are the factors that...

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FP 120 Current State of Economic ****HERE IS A SAMPLE OF THE ESSAY***** The current state of the economy is a period of influx; the economy is trying to stabilize after the repetitive collapses of many American stables. Shortly after the turn of the last decade American airlines fell apart. The next pillar that fell was the housing market. The automotive industry and the banking industry collapsed around the same time. Now, we are starting to see those same markets start to rekindle, but they are still shaky. New green industries are starting and slowly we are able to put more...

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Global Financial Stability Paper Foreign exchange rates can be considered of as a complex relationship. Just as in affiliation there are variables and depending on that fact then everything else is corrected. Clarify how the subject you selected relates to the expansion of U.S. banking overseas. To be quite truthful acquiring information on subjects as the contribution to co-dependence with the ordinary denominator being power over everything else as the imperceptible hand that you don't study in between the lines, in other words power rules and are a contributing cause as a bully...

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Ratio Analysis Memo ACC 291: Principles of Accounting II University of Phoenix Team A has completed a ratio analysis for Riordan Manufacturing. The team analyzed liquidity ratios, profitability ratios, and solvency ratios. The team also did a horizontal and vertical analysis for company's balance sheet and the income statement. Liquidity ratios are the temporary capabilities of a business to compensate for its established requirements and unanticipated needs for cash. Suppliers and bankers are the short-term creditors who are mostly interested in liquidity ratios. The acid-test...

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Ratio Analysis Memo ACC 291: Principles of Accounting II University of Phoenix Team A has completed a ratio analysis for Riordan Manufacturing. The team analyzed liquidity ratios, profitability ratios, and solvency ratios. The team also did a horizontal and vertical analysis for company's balance sheet and the income statement. Liquidity ratios are the temporary capabilities of a business to compensate for its established requirements and unanticipated needs for cash. Suppliers and bankers are the short-term creditors who are mostly interested in liquidity ratios. The acid-test...

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Ratio Analysis Memo ACC/291: Principles of Accounting II University of Phoenix MEMORANDUM TO: Dr. Riordan, Founder and All Employees FROM: Team A DATE: August 15, 2011 SUBJECT: Ratio Analysis CC: Board of Directors Team A has completed a ratio analysis for Riordan Manufacturing. The team analyzed liquidity ratios, profitability ratios, and solvency ratios. The team also did a horizontal and vertical analysis for company's balance sheet and the income statement. Liquidity ratios are the temporary capabilities of a business to compensate for its established requirements...

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Bus 520 Assignment 2 Assignment Two How Personal Can Ethics Get? BUS 520 Abstract BMW's Dream Factory & Culture The History Bayerische Motoren Werke (BMW) is a German automobile company that was founded in 1916. With over 90 years of experience BMW has driven its way to the top of the auto industry and is best known for its performance and luxury vehicles. BMW is the ultimate driving machine. While BMW celebrates its successes, the company remains humble and recognizes that things can go wrong. In 1959 the company nearly went bankrupt after it badly misjudged the market trends of the...

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The attacker who penetrated the Dutch CA DigiNotar last year had complete control of all eight of the company's certificate-issuing servers during the operation and he may also have issued some rogue certificates that have not yet been identified. The final report from a security company commissioned to investigate theDigiNotar attackshows that the compromise of the now-bankrupt certificate authority was much deeper than previously thought. In August 2011 indications began to emerge of a major compromise at a certificate authority in the Netherlands, previously unknown to most of the...

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Gm Challenges A Brief History of General Motors (GM) General Motors Corporation is the predecessor of today's General Motors Company. It was founded in the early 1900's, a time when the infant auto industry teemed with thousands of companies, large and small (Author Unknown). Billy Durant, GM founder invested in Buick in 1903 after which he assembled the company that became GM. He incorporated GM in September 16, 1908. Durant included Oldsmobile, Cadillac, and Pontiac into the family within a few years after the incorporation. His fast pace of acquisition wore out GM's bankers and...

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FIN 504 Final Exam Answers ________ are obligations of the U.S. Treasury with common maturities of one to seven years and that are generally issued in minimum denominations of 5,000. A. Treasury notes B. Treasury bills C. Federal agency issues D. Banker's acceptances The firm's financing requirements can be separated into A. current liabilities and long-term funds B. current assets and fixed assets C. current liabilities and long-term debt D. seasonal and permanent Debt is generally the least expensive source of capital. This...

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FIN 534 - Homework Chapter 15 Answers 1. The firm's target capital structure should be consistent with which of the following statements? a. Minimize the cost of debt (rd). b. Obtain the highest possible bond rating. c. Minimize the cost of equity (rs). d. Minimize the weighted average cost of capital (WACC). e. Maximize the earnings per share (EPS). 2. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? a. The factors that affect a firm's business risk are affected by industry characteristics and economic conditions. Unfortunately, these factors are generally beyond the...

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How has globalization influenced business? Please respond to Question 1 no later than Saturday, Day 5. Globalization has influenced business in both negative and positive ways. These negative and positive aspects are helping to shape business as we know it today. The positive side of globalization are that the business can grow into new areas. These businesses can cut costs by producing products at a lower price. This lower price is usually passed on to the consumer or allows the business to maintain its profit. Globalization also can help a business stay out of bankruptcy...

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HCA 320 Communication and Information Technology Paper Communication and information Technology Paper Each year technology has become more advance making professionals interaction among people within the business community much better and faster. Especially the internet people are flocking to be a part of that network. There is more virtual banking where cooperation's are conducting business in a virtual setting. It cut back on their administrative costs tremendously various businesses has capitalized with the utilization of the internet and the Healthcare Industry is a huge...

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Inf 620 Communications, Intel, and Others: Mergers go more smoothly when your Data are Ready RWC 1: Cogent Communications, Intel, and Others: Mergers go more smoothly when your Data are Ready Case Study Questions 1. Place yourself in the role of a manager at a company undergoing a merge or acquisition. What would be the most important things customers would expect from you while still in that process? What role would IT play in meeting those expectations? Provide at least three examples. Role: Customers expect the same or better service than they are currently receiving-though they...

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How would you describe the accounting procedures for notes payable and accounts payable? Notes payable represent obligations to banks or other creditors based on formal written agreements. Notes payable usually require the borrower to pay interest and are frequently issued to meet short-term financing needs. Notes payable are also issued for varying periods of time. A specific interest rate is usually identified in the agreement. Following the matching principle, if interest is owed but has not been paid, it is accrued prior to the preparation of the financial statements. Assume...

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How has globalization influenced business? Please respond to Question 1 no later than Saturday, Day 5. Globalization has influenced business in both negative and positive ways. These negative and positive aspects are helping to shape business as we know it today. The positive side of globalization are that the business can grow into new areas. These businesses can cut costs by producing products at a lower price. This lower price is usually passed on to the consumer or allows the business to maintain its profit. Globalization also can help a business stay out of bankruptcy...

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Mgt 330 Final Week 5 - Group Paper MGT/330 Control Mechanisms Paper Explain how these controls affect the four functions of management. The four functions of management at General Motors which are to plan, organize, direct and control are affected by budgetary, feedback, financial and market controls. General Motors is depending more on the control mechanisms now, more than ever. Since falling into bankruptcy, General Motors is using budgetary control now as a means of planning and control. W.A. Paton describes the budget as "any statement or report which shows the...

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Which crime causation theory best explain organized crime? The strain theory states that individuals feel pressure to achieve the goals set forth by society. The American dream is a perfect example of goals set by society. People migrate from different countries to the United States for a chance to achieve the American dream. Often times, people spend their entire lives trying to achieve the American dream and die without ever accomplishing the American dream. Therefore, in my opinion, organized crime falls into the strain theory of criminology. Organized crime is simply a group of...

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1. Both the demand curve and the Aggregate Demand curve are downward sloping. a. List 2 explanations for the shape of the aggregate demand curve? The aggregate demand curve are downward sloping because of the wealth effect, interest rate effect, international affect and multiplier effect (Colander, 2008). The wealth effect cause the aggregate demand curve to slope downward because price falls and the value of the dollar increases creating a demand because of the ability to buy more because the power of the dollar (Colander, 2008). The interest rate effect causes the aggregate demand...

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Financing Strategy A. Debt/Assets After Tax Cost of Debt Cost of equity Cost of Capital 0% 8% 12% % 10 8 12 % 20 8 12 % 30 8 13 % 40 9 14 % 50 10 15 % 60 12 16 % B. Assets 100 Debt 20 Equity 80 Total Assets 100 Total Debt and Equity 100 C. Most firm's originally alternate debt for equity financing. This is because the cost of capital begins decreases when the after-tax cost of debt is lower than the cost of equity. Consequently, when a low-priced debt replaces a more costly equity,...

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FIN 486 Week 4 DQ 1 What are major areas of risk in financial management? What are major areas of financial risk in your company? Which risk management techniques are important to your company? Why? When it comes to finanical risk management the key areas that are looked at are credit risk and market risk. Financial risk management as takes a look risk that involves foreign exchange, shape, volatility, sector, liquidity, and inflation risk. The study of financial risk management takes a look at qualitative and quantitative subject areas. It looks at what areas of the financials can be...

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Case Study Assignment Part Two: Executive Summary GEN 480 Case Study Assignment Part Two: Executive Summary As the new VP of Organizational Development, a case study ensued in determining the course of AcuScan and whether it was in their best interest to develop a new product. AcuScan currently offers a security device called the Iscanner. This security device performs retinal scans for security access to information sensitive areas such as banks, government buildings, and defense facilities. The main premise of the new product line, Operation Optimize, is to transition the existing...

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Individual Reflection Paper FIN 366 Individual Reflection Paper Financial Markets are any market where buyers and sellers take part in the trade of assets in the form of equities, currencies, bonds, and derivatives. Other characteristics of financial markets are guidelines on trading, price, charges and market strength outlining the value of securities that are traded. My experience with the financial markets is somewhat limited to insurance companies and banks. I have some experience with stocks, bonds, and IRA's as well. My experience dealing with the financial markets has...

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L I z z I e B o r d e n A little over a century ago a gruesome double murder was committed, in the 2- story house at 92 Second Street, in Fall River, Massachusetts. This crime shocked the nation as Lizzie Borden, a 32-year-old Sunday school teacher, went on trial for the murder of her father and her stepmother. An all male jury eventually acquitted her on the accusations. To this day, the murderer of Andrew J. Borden and Abby Gray Borden is still unknown, but in the public mind everyone believes it was Lizzie Borden. Lizzie was born and grew up in Fall River, Mass. She was the...

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The computer has evolved a great deal since its creation over a third of a century ago. The uses of the computer now seem endless. Unfortunately some of those uses include computer crimes. This paper will explore some recent crimes that have occurred and the laws that apply to them. The first such incident took place in Russia between June and October 1994. Six people were arrested in the scheme, in which 10 million was allegedly shifted from Citibank to accounts in Finland, Russia, Germany, the Netherlands, the United States, Israel, and Switzerland. Of the 10 million stolen,...

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How has globalization influenced business? Please respond to Question 1 no later than Saturday, Day 5. Globalization has influenced business in both negative and positive ways. These negative and positive aspects are helping to shape business as we know it today. The positive side of globalization are that the business can grow into new areas. These businesses can cut costs by producing products at a lower price. This lower price is usually passed on to the consumer or allows the business to maintain its profit. Globalization also can help a business stay out of bankruptcy...

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Alfred Nobel was born in Stockholm, Sweden on October 21, 1833.(Encarta) His father Immanuel Nobel was an engineer and inventor who built bridges and buildings in Stockholm. In connection with his construction work Immanuel Nobel also experimented with different techniques of blasting rock. Alfred's mother, Andrietta Ahlsell came from a wealthy family. Due to misfortunes in the construction work caused by the loss of some barges of building material, Immanuel Nobel was forced into bankruptcy the same year Alfred Nobel was born. In 1837, Immanuel Nobel left Stockholm and his family...

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Alice Paul Alice Paul was born on January 11,1885, in Moorestown, New Jersey. Her father, who died when Alice was sixteen, was a businessman, banker, and property owner. The Pauls lived in the small Quaker community of Moorestown. One of the beliefs of the Quakers was equality of the sexes. As a young girl, Alice attended the Quaker suffrage meetings with her mother. Alice Pauls' father left them enough money so she could attend the exclusive Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. She graduated in 1905 as a biology major, but after discovering politics in her senior year, she went on to...

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Alfred Nobel Alfred Nobel was born in Stockholm, Sweden on October 21, 1833.(Encarta) His father Immanuel Nobel was an engineer and inventor who built bridges and buildings in Stockholm. In connection with his construction work Immanuel Nobel also experimented with different techniques of blasting rock. Alfred's mother, Andrietta Ahlsell came from a wealthy family. Due to misfortunes in the construction work caused by the loss of some barges of building material, Immanuel Nobel was forced into bankruptcy the same year Alfred Nobel was born. In 1837, Immanuel Nobel left...

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Gold was demonetized as an international reserve asset The formation of the two tier gold system was a remedy that could only delay the inevitable collapse of the gold exchange standard. By 1971, The U.S stock of monetary gold has declined to 11 billion, only a fraction of U.S dollar liabilities to foreign central banks. The U.S balance of payments position was also deteriorating. The closing of the gold window to foreign official holders brought an end to the gold exchange standard, and the last functional link between the dollar and monetary gold was severed. It took several years for...

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A+ Solution The purpose of this course was to introduce you to the entrepreneurship universe so that you could decide whether and how you might fit in. We have looked at different types of startups, different contexts, and different roles. Your paper will be to evaluate yourself against each of the types, contexts, and roles to argue whether you are a fit or not. You should argue what is good or bad about each one, relative to you, so that you can make an informed decision. The paper should be at least 6 double-spaced type written pages; there is no...

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A+ Solution The purpose of this course was to introduce you to the entrepreneurship universe so that you could decide whether and how you might fit in. We have looked at different types of startups, different contexts, and different roles. Your paper will be to evaluate yourself against each of the types, contexts, and roles to argue whether you are a fit or not. You should argue what is good or bad about each one, relative to you, so that you can make an informed decision. The paper should be at least 6 double-spaced type written pages; there is no...

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Access articles about the history, business approaches, management, and marketing of Eastman Kodak and Fujifilm. Eastman Kodak has been a developer and pioneer of photographic films for over 130 years. Although it invented the digital camera, the company was unprepared for the rapid changes in new technologies and filed for bankruptcy protection in January 2012. Fujifilm, a Japanese competitor, on the other hand, has been successful in the U.S. and global markets. Write a six (6) page paper in which you: Describe the history and core business of each company. Compare and contrast the...

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A+ Solution Access articles about the history, business approaches, management, and marketing of Eastman Kodak and Fujifilm. Eastman Kodak has been a developer and pioneer of photographic films for over 130 years. Although it invented the digital camera, the company was unprepared for the rapid changes in new technologies and filed for bankruptcy protection in January 2012. Fujifilm, a Japanese competitor, on the other hand, has been successful in the U.S. and global markets. Write a six (6) page paper in which you: Describe the history and core business of each...

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A+Solution Write The reaction about the article and you should: Identify a strength or weakness in the entry’s argument, also providing at least one piece of evidence to back up a claim The article: In order to provide the community with the most effective response to the problems it still faces related to housing discrimination based on race, some I propose a couple of changes that are realistic and in time will be effective in ridding the country of this issue. The systemic attitude that blacks and other minorities cause the deterioration of a neighborhood by driving...

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BUS 210 Business Organization Bus/210 University of Phoenix Business Organization A joint stock company sells shares of stock to investors that guarantee them the right to a certain percentage of the company's profits (Jones, G.R. 2007). An example of a joint stock company was the Virginia Company in 1606. English merchants used joint stock companies in the Seventeenth century to pool capital and share the risk associated with trading voyages to Asia and Africa (Education Portal). With a limited liability company, creditors cannot seek the personal wealth from its stockholders for...

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ACC 205 Week 3 Assignment Decision Case 1 ACC205: Principles of Accounting 1 Week 3: Assignment: Decision Case 1 Chapter 6, page 344, Decision Case 1: Assume you are opening a Bed Bath & Beyond store. To Finance the business, you need a 500,000 loan, and your banker requires a set of forecasted financial statements. Assume you are preparing the statements and must make some decisions about how to do the accounting for the business. Answer the following questions (refer back to Chapter 5 if necessary). 1: Which type of inventory system will you use? Give your reason. (p....

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Week 3: Assignment: Decision Case 1 Darlene Solano ACC205: Principles of Accounting 1 Instructor Robert Carr October 7, 2010 Week 3: Assignment: Decision Case 1 Chapter 6, page 344, Decision Case 1: Assume you are opening a Bed Bath & Beyond store. To Finance the business, you need a 500,000 loan, and your banker requires a set of forecasted financial statements. Assume you are preparing the statements and must make some decisions about how to do the accounting for the business. Answer the following questions (refer back to Chapter 5 if necessary). 1: Which type of...

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Week 3: Assignment: Decision Case 1 Darlene Solano ACC205: Principles of Accounting 1 Instructor Robert Carr October 7, 2010 Week 3: Assignment: Decision Case 1 Chapter 6, page 344, Decision Case 1: Assume you are opening a Bed Bath & Beyond store. To Finance the business, you need a 500,000 loan, and your banker requires a set of forecasted financial statements. Assume you are preparing the statements and must make some decisions about how to do the accounting for the business. Answer the following questions (refer back to Chapter 5 if necessary). 1: Which type of inventory...

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Hipaa and information technology many advantages are offered from a standardized medical records database. A medical records data base could offer patients some of the same privilege as online banking does (lohr,2007). A patient would have the privilege of viewing his or her own medical history. The standardized medical records database will give patient the choice to share his or her medical information with doctors and hospitals (lohr,2007).the database would also allow patients to permit his or her physician, clinics and hospitals to send medicines, which have been prescribed,...

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ECO 200 ASSIGNMENT 6 i.Suppose that in an effort to stimulate the economy, the Federal Reserve decided to engage in an open market operation to expand the M2 money supply by 10%. What are some potential drawbacks of such a move? ii.Instead of engaging in open market operations, suppose the Fed simply printed an extra $500 billion and disbursed it equally among the population. Why is this a problem? iii.Briefly explain the impacts of increasing the reserve requirement ratio on banks. iv.Why are decisions by the FOMC regarding changes in the overnight lending rate so closely followed...

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Matt McLennan ECON 300 Mr. Wells 23 February 2012 Current Event Submission #11 One affect the great recession has had a significant impact on is the loan industry. Banks are being pickier than ever about whom they will loan to and for what rates. These days it is typical to expect some sort of collateral whether it be healthy credit scores or tangible assets. In a market where small business owners and entrepreneurs are constantly emerging, this is proving to be a difficult option given the current state of the economy. Many of these small business owners don't own any...

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1)A) Computer security as a whole comprises six goals, but not every goal is important to every application. All Web sites are concerned with access control and availability. All extranets also require authentication methods and, often, confidentiality. Other extranets require that all six goals be reached. Those goals are: ? Confidentiality When information is read or copied by someone not authorized to do so, the result is known as loss of confidentiality. For some types of information, confidentiality is a very important attribute. Examples include research data, medical and...

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Final Exam Questions from Previous Versions of Final Examinations 1. The largest component of Aggregate Spending is (a) consumption. (b) wage income. (c) investment. (d) net exports. (e) government transfer payments. 2. Fiscal policies likely to shift the Aggregate Demand curve from AD0 to AD1 would include an increase in the: (a) level of government spending on national defense. (b) sale of U.S. Treasury bonds by the Federal Reserve System. (c) marginal tax rates on corporate and personal incomes. (d) reserves that banks are required to hold as percentages of their deposits. 3....

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ECON545: Project 2-Macroeconomic Analysis Situation D Brian Banks 8/24/2014 Uncle Dan has a 100-acre corn farm. After 30 years of growing corn, he wishes to leave that commodity's market and enter a more profitable market instead. He is thinking of subdividing his land and building homes and shops. He reckons he could make a good profit by selling the homes and renting the shops. Uncle Dan has several costs and risk factors to consider in making the switch. The best way to approach this scenario requires researching the economy in terms of GDP growth rate, interest...

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Finally Able To Return To College Theresa Conley ENG 122 Elizabeth Hoyle April 9, 2009 Finally Able To Return To College My name is Theresa, I am 22 with a six month old daughter, and I decided to return to college. This is because I am not satisfied with my current profession in banking as a Lead Teller. I know returning to school and earning a degree will not result in a negative outcome, and that is why now is the time for me. Earning my degree will grant me benefits in more ways than one. There have been obstacles along the way, but I have been persistent and learned how...

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Enron, once the countries seventh-largest company according to the Fortune 500, is a good example of how greed and the desire for success can transform into unethical behavior. Enron began as a merger of two Houston pipeline companies in 1985. Although Enron faced a number of financially difficult years, the deregulation of the electrical power markets took effect in 1988, and the company redefined its business from "energy delivery" to "energy broker." Enron quickly changed from a surviving company to a thriving one. Good ethics in business would be to compete fairly and...

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In your industry, would you support regulation or deregulation and why or why not? This is a good question for the real estate sector that I work in. We are all aware, the credit bubble came into being during the 80's and 90's during the period of the deregulation of banks as well as financial institutions and the ones who normally wouldn't be capable to qualify for real estate loans were being qualified as lenders became less strict in their requirements. In usual economic situations, when real estate sees a growth, the market will most likely correct itself, however it turned out to...

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What are ramifications if an organization has too much cash on hand? Among the implications of a company with excessive cash on hand are they might be charged with hoarding or put differently stashing too much amounts of money without obvious reason. This might generate undesirable interest from banks tax professional as well as investors. Sometimes it is to a company's benefit to have overabundance cash particularly in unstable economic situations. This practice might make sure that an organization may survive when difficult financial situations hit. However when an organization...

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How does extending credit affect working capital requirements and the cash conversion period? The cash conversion period is the period of time when a firm gets raw material for its goods and the time which it gets paid from its clients. For that reason, extending credits impact the working capital needs and the cash conversion since it expands the account receivable interval. Which means a firm requires longer than normal to get cash from its clients. This enhances the risk for a corporation to run out of cash, and get new loans from banks. This impacts directly the account payable...

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Global Financial Stability Paper Foreign exchange rates can be considered of as a complex relationship. Just as in affiliation there are variables and depending on that fact then everything else is corrected. Clarify how the subject you selected relates to the expansion of U.S. banking overseas. To be quite truthful acquiring information on subjects as the contribution to co-dependence with the ordinary denominator being power over everything else as the imperceptible hand that you don't study in between the lines, in other words power rules and are a contributing cause as a...

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Case Study Assignment Part Two: Executive Summary GEN 480 Case Study Assignment Part Two: Executive Summary As the new VP of Organizational Development, a case study ensued in determining the course of AcuScan and whether it was in their best interest to develop a new product. AcuScan currently offers a security device called the Iscanner. This security device performs retinal scans for security access to information sensitive areas such as banks, government buildings, and defense facilities. The main premise of the new product line, Operation Optimize, is to transition the...

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Summarize the problem from the news regarding healthcare management that you identified for your Week 2 individual assignment. Do NOT post what you proposed as a resolution to the situation. Avoid posting your entire assignment. Respond to at least a minimum of two classmates' identified problems and propose a resolution as if you were the manager in the situation. From this week's reading, which method of organizational performance should be implemented or would assist with a resolution to the identified problem. The news article I wrote about in last week's assignment was the cause and...

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_A+ Grade Work_ ####**ECO 372 Week 4 Individual Federal Reserve Presentation** University of Phoenix Your boss has chosen you to give a presentation to a number of foreign officials regarding the United States Federal Reserve System. These officials are very interested in doing business in the United States, but they would like to learn more about the Federal Reserve and how it operates. Develop a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. Address the following questions and include a notes page which contains the write-up portion to each question: - What...

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Capital One Paper Capital One 1 Running head CAPITAL ONE The American Credit Card Company's Growth Strategies BUS499 Capital One 2 1. Identify and describe the key environmental forces that have immediate strategic implications for Capital One. There are many key environmental forces that have an immediate strategic implication for Capital One. First, the credit card industry has reached a high level of competition. This is a period of mergers and consolidations. Some institutes are selling off their credit card portfolio, others merging operations you might say that the industry is...

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100% Correct Answers LAW 421 Final Exam Guide University of Phoenix 1) Which of the following does not result in a decision rendered by the hearing officer? 2) Jurisprudence is defined as 3) The state of Kansas has enacted a new law requiring all commercial trucks driving on Kansas roads to have special mud flaps installed. These mud flaps have been proven to make driving in the rain significantly safer due to reduced mist created by trucks driving in the rain, although data regarding accidents and injuries has not yet been determined. Any truck entering Kansas must have these flaps...

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Week Four Reflection ACC 291 Team B Date Instructor Name Week Four Reflection Team B discussed the cash flows using both indirect and direct methods. The indirect method is easy to use and it does not cost much to prepare. Many companies use the indirect method because it focuses on the differences between net income and net cash flow. The direct method is a little more difficult and timely. It is very consistent with the statement of cash flows. The direct method also shows operating cash receipts and of these methods are used to convert net income-accrual basis to a cash...

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Week1: Capital Markets and Investment PaperSubmitted on time Top of Form Feedback from Instructor(Published: Sun XX/XX/2012 XX:XX PM MST) Earned Points:98/100 Comments: Assignment contains the key elements required this week from a content standpoint. You were asked to discuss the investment banking process to include how to set up a portfolio. You were also asked to discuss the factors that should be considered when selecting asset classes for a portfolio along with capital market instruments used in portfolio construction. Your paper does a good job of discussing the process to set up a...

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Business Financing and the Capital Structure Corporate Financing and Capital Structure for New Businesses Your name Your Instructor's name Raising Business capital through Debt and Equity Options Whether a business owner wants to grow a business or plan to launch a new business there is need of money. This is known as raising capital for the business that may be through two different financing strategies; one is debt financing and the other is equity financing. Debt Financing Debt financing means a borrowing or loan and normally this type of loan is taking...

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FINANCIAL SERVICES The Indian Financial services industry has undergone a metamorphosis since 1990. During the late 70s and 80s ,the Indian financial services industry was dominated by commercial banks and other financial institutions which cater to the requirements of Indian industry. In fact the capital market played a secondary role only. The economic liberalization has brought ion a complete transformation in the Indian financial services industry. Prior to the economic liberalization the Indian financial service sector was characterized by so many factors which retarded the...

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Rent or Buy? Brian Lillico BUS640: Managerial Economics Ashford University Rent or Buy? Becoming a land owner became part of the American dream starting with our founding fathers, many of who owned land of their own. As a young country, the United States gathered as much land as possible until it stretched from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean. Along with this, at one point in history the law required Americans to be land owners in order to have the right to vote. Through the years, the reason for owning land or a home has changed, but according to a survey performed by Coldwell...

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1) Which of the following statements regarding proposed regulations is not correct? A. Proposed and temporary regulations are generally issued simultaneously. B. Proposed regulations do not provide any insight into the IRS's interpretation of the tax law. C. Proposed regulations expire after 3 years. D. Practitioners and other interested parties may comment on proposed regulations. 2) Regulations are A. presumed to be valid and to have almost the same weight as the IRC B. equal in authority to legislation if interpretative C. equal in authority to legislation D. equal in...

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Determining Responsibility" Please respond to the following: -From the e-Activity, examine the seven criteria that contractors must meet in order to be deemed responsible. Determine which of these criteria is the most difficult to meet. Support your position. Then, propose a way to mitigate the challenge you presented. -Imagine that you are hiring a contractor for a job. Propose three ways that you could locate information regarding a contractor's previous bankruptcy or terminated contracts. Determine if there are any breaches in the process of accountability that individuals should be...

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A+ Grade Solution Technological Dilemma You have been hired as the new security manager for a newly designated critical infrastructure key resource (CIKR) site. Choose 1 of the following sectors to be your place of employment for this assignment: • Food and agriculture • Banking and finance • National monuments and icons • Emergency services • Water • Postal and shipping • Health care and public health Create a fictitious name for your company, or use an actual company for the purposes of this and other assignments in this course. At the onset of this assignment,...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**FIN 100 Week 10 Assignment - Careers in Finance** Finance is an exciting field in need of intelligent, skilled people. The job opportunities range from corporate finance; financial planning; investment banking; insurance; and real estate from individuals, institutions, government, and businesses. Finance managers acquire, spend, and manage money and other financial assets. Use the Internet and / or Strayer Resource Center to research career options within the field of finance. Consider the Bureau of Labor Statistics Website, and the Websites of finance...

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International trade advantages for Russia Date 886 words Students Name: Institution: Russia is one of the vast countries with a rich natural resource base, well-educated population, and a diversified industrial base. Statistics by IMF show that in 2014, Russia was ranked the worlds ninth largest country in an economy based on GDP and 62nd in the World Banks ranking. Russia is seeming to make a tremendous progress from the 122nd position it was and by 2018, President Putin hopes that it will stand at 20th position 1. Some countries such as the UK have formed trade...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**ACC305 – Auditing and Professional Practice** Introduction Thomas Smith, a senior accountant with Dalen & Jay, CPAs, has recently been assigned as in charge auditor of Mathra Tool, Inc. (MTI), a long time audit client of his firm. MTI is owned by George Mathra, an experienced machinist. George established the business over 20 years ago, and it has grown into a $10 million-a-year business, with an excellent reputation for high quality machined parts. MTI has clients in the automobile sector and the health care sector and has recently begun producing parts for...

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THE GREAT DEPRESSION "ONLY A PERIODIC LOW-POINT, OR A BREAKDOWN OF CAPITALISM?" The great depression from 1929 and into the 1930's, is the period in modern times with the largest unemployment, and the highest frequencies of bankruptcies. But can one from this say that "the Great Depression" was a breakdown of capitalism? Or was it simply an economic low-point that had to follow the prosperous 20's? In the 1920's everything seemed to be running smoothly over the whole world. People had a good time and business prospered. Lots of new inventions were introduced such as the first planes,...

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Finance Ch 13 Quiz Multiple Choice 2015 Answers Question 1. Investments in debt and equity securities that are held for current resale by banks and stockbrokerage firms are termed a. available-for-sale securities b. trading securities c. held-to-maturity securities d. marketable securities 2. Which of the following categories of investments are reported at their fair values on the balance sheet and have unrealized holding gains and losses included as a separate component of stockholders' equity? a. held-to-maturity debt securities b. marketable securities c. available-for-sale...

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WEEK 5 QUIZ ANSWERS KEY/ ECONOMICS 1. Suppose that the reserve requirement is 5%. What is the effect on the total checkable deposits in the economy if banks reserves increased by 60 billion? A. 1,200 billion increase B. 300 billion increase C. 12 billion increase D. 60 billion increase Answer: A 2. The formula for the simple deposit multiplier is? a. Simple deposit multiplier 1_____ 1-RR b. Simple deposit multiplier -RR____ 1-RR c. Simple deposit multiplier (1-RR)_ RR d. Simple deposit multiplier 1_____ RR Answer: D 3. (Related to Solved...

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HSM 435 Psychology of Disaster --------------------------------------------- Ashford University - Spring 2016 Explain the impact of a cyber-terrorism attack on (a) an individual, (b) the United States, and (c) international community. Explain how such an attack would affect these three groups differently. Address cyber-terrorism which destroys electronic banking information, destroys or prevents electronic commerce (e.g., the Stock Market), or causes failures in critical infrastructures, such as safeguards at power plants failing, resulting in mass power blackouts. Discuss...

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Homework Chapter 12   1. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? a. Perhaps the most important step when developing forecasted financial statements is to determine the breakdown of common equity between common stock and retained earnings. b. The first, and perhaps the most critical, step in forecasting financial requirements is to forecast future sales. c. Forecasted financial statements, as discussed in the text, are used primarily as a part of the managerial compensation program, where managements historical performance is evaluated. d. The capital intensity ratio gives us...

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**FIN 419 All Assignments** Week 1 Individual Assignment: Limited Liability Corporation and Partnership Paper Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you explain roles of limited liability corporations and partnerships. If you were establishing your own business, under what circumstances would you choose one instead of the other? Week 2 Individual Assignment: Assignments from the Readings Resource: Principles of Managerial Finance Prepare responses to the following problems from the text:     Ch. 5: P53, P54, P513     Ch. 10: P104 Learning Team Assignments:...

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**RES 351 All DQs** **Week 1** Why must business managers understand the importance of business research and how it is used in their organizations? What are the essential tenets of the scientific method, and why is the scientific method important to business research? Recently, several studies have sought to measure the extent of binge drinking among college students. Explain the meaning of an operational definition and develop a good operational definition for binge drinking. Toyota has a problem with unexplained acceleration problems in some of its top models. It closed down plants...

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**ECO 372 Week 4** Individual Federal Reserve Presentation Your boss has chosen you to give a presentation to a number of foreign officials regarding the United States Federal Reserve System. These officials are very interested in doing business in the United States, but they would like to learn more about the Federal Reserve and how it operates. Develop a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation. Address the following questions and include a notes page which contains the write-up portion to each question:     What are the factors that would influence the...

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**ECO 316 Week 5 DQ2** From Chapter 27, complete problem 15 (page 653): You have been assigned to determine whether the economy is experiencing a credit crunch. What patterns in movements in the federal funds rate, the volume of bank lending, and the volume of short-term lending in financial markets will you look for? Why?

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ECO 372 Week 4 Individual Federal Reserve Presentation Your boss has chosen you to give a presentation to a number of foreign officials regarding the United States Federal Reserve System. These officials are very interested in doing business in the United States, but they would like to learn more about the Federal Reserve and how it operates. Develop a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. Address the following questions and include a notes page which contains the write-up portion to each question: What are the factors that would influence the Federal...

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FIN 324 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment Investor Profile Learning Team Assignment: Investor Profile Paper Resource: Mergent Online database Select one of the organizations you have analyzed during the course. Prepare a 350- to 700-word paper in which you address the following: Identify two lenders the organization uses. Identify the investment bank the organization uses to issue stock. Identify and discuss the role these intermediaries play for the organization. Discuss which government entities regulate securities this organization issues. Examine the role these entities...

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FIN 324 Week 5 Individual Assignment: Assignments from the Readings Resource: Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, Accounting Concepts and Applications Prepare answers to the following problems: Quiz Problems 1 and 5 (Ch. 19) of Fundamentals of Corporate Finance Prepare answers to the following question: Discussion Question 3 (Ch. 22) of Accounting Concepts and Applications Learning Team Assignment: Investor Profile Paper Resource: Mergent Online database Select one of the organizations you have analyzed during the course. Prepare a 350- to 700-word paper in which...

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FIN 501 Module 2 SLP Time Value of Money Time Value of Money is one of the most important concepts in the financial world. The principles of time value analysis have many applications, ranging from setting up schedules for paying off loans to decisions about whether to acquire new equipment for a company. Time value of money is also called discounted cash flow analysis. Your task for this module is to apply the concept of present value to your chosen SLP company. Suppose your company is selling a bond that will pay you $100,000 in one year from today. Keep in mind that if your...

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ECO 372 Fundamentals of Macroeconomics Paper ****ESSAY EXCERPT***** The economic activities for purchasing groceries affect the government because they determine the taxes on groceries; which items can be sold, the amount of taxes for each item, and when they can be sold. Households are affected because if taxes are high on groceries and the household income is low, it will prevent consumers from providing adequately for their families. This can force families to obtain assistance from social services, pantries, churches and other family members and friends. The effect on...

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Do you believe ethics (personal and organizational) can change? If so, how?If not, why not? Please post your response to this thread. Yes I believe ethics, both personal and organizational, can change. I believe anyone can change given the proper training and the knowledge needed to make a change but the person (or organization) must first be open to changing and willing to accept the training or teachings that are being offered to them. In the military we go through ethics training andthat was my only experience with it since I had been in for 21 years but I was very pleasantly...

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For Women's Rights in India BCOM 275 Current Rights of Women in India In America women have the right to work, vote, and own just about anything that they can afford. The only thing limiting them is their credit score, or the limit that the bank determines. These may seem like rights that are universal because the reality of America is not the dismays that other countries have to deal with. In other countries this luxury of Equal Rights is not common, and is actually rejected and avoided by all costs. Some countries do not believe in these rights because of their religion, and...

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FIN 200 Week 7 Checkpoint Trade credit is the most popular form of short term financing, figures show that over 40 percent of businesses use this form. Trade is also known as accounts payable. This form of short term financing happens when manufacturers or suppliers provide goods or services upfront to companies with the expectation of getting payment within 30 to 60 days from time of delivery. Usually suppliers may offer discounts if the receiving company makes payment within a specified period of time. This kind of short term financing would be chosen by...

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Eco 561 U. S. Federal Reserves Monetary Policy U. S. Federal Reserve's Monetary Policy Eco 561 U. S. Federal Reserve's Monetary Policy The Fed can be considered second to the President of the United States as one of the most influential and powerful men in the United States. As the world tunes in to the and monetary decisions that the Federal Reserve makes, those deacons impacts trillions of dollars and hundred of millions of people. It is important to understand the function of money, the structure of the Fed Reserve and purpose, how the central bank controls the money supply and...

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Financial Accounting Answers Jan. 4 Paid cash to Lyn Addie for five days' work at the rate of 125 per day. Four of the five days relate to wages payable that were accrued in the prior year. For the accrued wages of previous year, the following entries must have been passed: -On Closing day: Dr Wages .................... 500 Cr Accrued wages ................... 500 - On first day of next year, the entry must have been reversed: Dr Accrued wages ..... 500 Cr Wages* ...................................500 In view of '*', the entire wages(including last...

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Foreign Investment Trends in Bangladesh Foreign Investment trends in Bangladesh: Board of Investment of Bangladesh is the principal investment promotion agency engaged mainly in investment promotion, facilitation, and policy advocacy support for the policy makers. The Board of Investment Act 1989 (Act XII of 1989) has entrusted the Board of Investment with responsibility for inter alia "collection, compilation, analysis and dissemination of all kinds of industrial data and establishment of data bank for that purpose"- BOI has endeavored in to portray a brief on Foreign Investment...

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Article Review Week Four ACC/375 Empty promises aren't enough to prevent unethical behaviors. In fact, empty promises only promote unethical behaviors, especially for future participants of fraud. With the continual rise in the number of companies that experience fraud, correct punishment needs administered to minimize fraudulent crimes. The SEC and DOJ are taking fraudulent criminals to court; however, the punishments do not fit the crimes. Therefore, cases like the Bank of America acquisition of Merrill Lynch will continue to occur. Proper punishments needs given to the...

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Hsa 525 Chapter 16, 17 16.1 The checks that Park Place writes create disbursement float, which is "good" float. The clinic has 1,000 x 4 days 4,000 in disbursement float. The checks that the clinic receives create collections float, which is "bad" float. The clinic has 1,000 x 3 days 3,000 in collections float. The clinics net float is 1,000: Net float Disbursement (good) float - Collections (bad) float 4,000 - 3,000 1,000. In essence, the balance on the firm's books is 1,000 less than the balance shown on the bank's books. 16.2 a. The annual cost of operating the lockbox system...

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What are some ways databases are used in the work environment? What are some ways database use could be improved in the workplace? Databases can be used to store mass amounts of data. Then you can query the database and create forms, and reports. I use an access database to record all training every employee has completed. I have separate databases for internal training and external, one last one for certificate programs people are enrolled in or completed. When an auditor asks me for all the Bank Secrecy Act training for people in specific department I run a report, set by...

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Business organization checkpoint Joint - stock company: A good example of this would be if a person, or many people build an enterprise and receive money back for it.People can invest in more than one company.Say I have put money into walmart through stocks, but I don't want to lose all of my money if it crashes so I would only put some money into the company and take rest of it and put it in Fred Meyer. Limited liability company: If I put my initial money into a company and it went bankrupt, I would lose the money I put in and nothing else. Partnership: A group of people with...

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The Law of Inverse Returns Scott Barlow December 6, 1996 Shoji Azuma Japan 355 - 1 The law of inverse returns states that the better the foreign learner's Japanese is, the worse the reaction of the Japanese native population will be to the learner's use of Japanese. In this paper, I argue that the better the learner's Japanese is, the better the treatment to the learner of Japanese from native Japanese. I will argue this point by making three statements and then provide opinions and reactions of others whom I have interviewed over the Internet. The better the Japanese...

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What Drives Organizational Change Paper MGT/380 What Drives Organizational Change Paper In the current market of business change is one thing that is sure to happen. With the economy on the downturn and management ever changing so follows organizational change. What are the factors the drive these changes, and what the lasting impact becomes what we know as business as usual. Some of the factors that drive organizational change are economy, environment, and mandated changes. Hyper competition, market decline, reputation, credibility and power and political changes are a few...

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You Decide Business Economics ECON545 Fall 2013 As the new Senior Economic advisor to the president, I am consulting with expert advisors in an effort of how the President should proceed with the economic recession. Raymond Burke recommends that the President uses monetary policy to lower interest rates and assist businesses and consumers in a recovery. Kathy Lee suggests using fiscal policy by raising taxes and reducing government spending. Patricia Lopez recommends using Fed Policy by selling bonds and increasing the bank reserve requirement. Allison Tanney recommends using...

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Article Review Week Four ACC/375 Empty promises aren't enough to prevent unethical behaviors. In fact, empty promises only promote unethical behaviors, especially for future participants of fraud. With the continual rise in the number of companies that experience fraud, correct punishment needs administered to minimize fraudulent crimes. The SEC and DOJ are taking fraudulent criminals to court; however, the punishments do not fit the crimes. Therefore, cases like the Bank of America acquisition of Merrill Lynch will continue to occur. Proper punishments needs given to the criminal...

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What are some ways databases are used in the work environment? What are some ways database use could be improved in the workplace? Databases can be used to store mass amounts of data. Then you can query the database and create forms, and reports. I use an access database to record all training every employee has completed. I have separate databases for internal training and external, one last one for certificate programs people are enrolled in or completed. When an auditor asks me for all the Bank Secrecy Act training for people in specific department I run a report, set by...

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BUS 204 Unit 4 Assignment Question: In Westlandia, the public holds 50% of M1 in the form of currency, and the required reserve ratio is 20%. 1. Estimate how much the money supply will increase in response to a new cash deposit of 500 by completing the accompanying table. (Hint: The first row shows that the bank must hold 100 in minimum reserves-20% of the 500 deposit-against this deposit, leaving 400 in excess reserves that can be loaned out. However, since the public wants to hold 50% of the loan in currency, only 400 0.5 200 of the loan will be deposited in round 2 from the...

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WEEK 8 QUIZ 1)Firms exposed to the risk of interest rate changes may reduce that risk by A. hedging in the financial futures market. B. hedging in the commodities market. C. pledging or factoring accounts receivable. D. obtaining a Eurodollar loan. 2)LIBOR is A. an interest rate paid on Eurodollar loans in the London market. B. an interest rate paid by European firms when they borrow Eurodollar deposits from U.S. banks. C. the interest rate paid by the British government on its long-term bonds. D. a...

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Article Review Week Four ACC/375 Empty promises aren't enough to prevent unethical behaviors. In fact, empty promises only promote unethical behaviors, especially for future participants of fraud. With the continual rise in the number of companies that experience fraud, correct punishment needs administered to minimize fraudulent crimes. The SEC and DOJ are taking fraudulent criminals to court; however, the punishments do not fit the crimes. Therefore, cases like the Bank of America acquisition of Merrill Lynch will continue to occur. Proper punishments needs given to the criminal who...

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ECON 312 Week 6 Discussion 2 Monetary Policy and the Federal Reserve ECON312 Principles of Economics- DeVry Monetary Policy and the Federal Reserve (graded) What is the Federal Reserve (Fed) all about? Which Federal Reserve District Bank is closest to you? Who is the current Chairman of the Fed? Should the Fed remain independent from political authority or should the President and Congress have a say in their operations? Why? Why not? What is FOMC? What is the current Federal Funds Rate? How does the Fed implement monetary policy to manage the economy? At the last meeting of the...

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ECON 545 (Business Economics) Week 4 Discussion Question 1 (Macroeconomic News) Macroeconomic News (graded) Scour the national news media (many good sources are available online) for a juicy story in which Chapter 15 or Chapter 16 material is at the heart of the matter. The article does not have to be current. Say what the story is about and be sure to cite the source and date so that others might find it easily. Refer to the textbook sections that apply. The Federal Reserve is one of the most controversial components that work outside the spectrum of the Federal...

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ECON 545 (Business Economics) Week 6 Discussion Question 2 (Monetary Policy) Monetary Policy (graded) What are the monetary policies required to fight unemployment? What about those required to fight inflation? What are some of the downside risks and potential problems involved when using monetary policy? What are the monetary policies required to fight unemployment? What about those required to fight inflation? What are some of the downside risks and potential problems involved when using monetary policy? Monetary policy is not the same as fiscal policy, which is carried...

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MFI606 Examination: Financial Management PART A [Total : 60 marks] Please use the answer sheet provided. QUESTION 1 a)Find the present value of an income stream that has a negative flow of RM100 per year for 3 years, a positive flow of RM200 in the 4th year, and a positive flow of RM300 per year in Years 5 through 8. The appropriate discount rate is 4% for each of the first 3 years and 5% for each of the later years. Thus, a cash flow accruing in Year 8 should be discounted at 5% for some years and 4% in other years. All payments occur at year-end. [10...

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Question1. Question : (TCO A) Which of the following statements is correct? Student Answer:It is generally more expensive to form a proprietorship than a corporation, because with a proprietorship, extensive legal documents are face fewer regulations than sole disadvantage of operating a business as a sole proprietorship is that the firm is subject to double taxation, at both the firm and the owner advantage of forming a corporation is that equity investors are usually exposed to less liability than in a regular a regular partnership goes bankrupt, each partner is exposed to...

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Article Analysis Team CJA/394 date instructor Article Analysis Cybercrime involves criminal activities that consist of misusing computers and working Internet connections. Cybercrime can include illegal downloading of music files, stealing identities, stealing millions of dollars from online bank accounts, and other harmful illegal criminal acts such as child pornography, blackmail, and drug, or human trafficking. Another widely used use of cybercrime is creating and distributing viruses on private or public computers and disclosing confidential business practices or information...

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What are the potential consequences of a country having a large overall debt? If you were in the position to implement a solution for the country's long-term debt, what would it be and why? Debt is a two-edged sword. Used in moderation, it clearly improves welfare. Having a large debt always can have consequences and in a excess debt it can be a disaster. Having too much debt can impair the governments ability to deliver essential services to its citizens (Cecchetti, Mchanty, and Zampolli 2011). Having too much debt like in personal households can also cause the nation to go into...

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What Drives Organizational Change Paper MGT/380 What Drives Organizational Change Paper In the current market of business change is one thing that is sure to happen. With the economy on the downturn and management ever changing so follows organizational change. What are the factors the drive these changes, and what the lasting impact becomes what we know as business as usual. Some of the factors that drive organizational change are economy, environment, and mandated changes. Hyper competition, market decline, reputation, credibility and power and political changes are a few...

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Week 2 - DQ 1 How would you define strategy, process, product, and services? How are strategy, process, product, and services related? How do you see innovation, design and creativity impacting strategy at your organization? Response #1 Strategy- an action plan for achieving a goal Process- a series of actions, changes, and functions to achieve a plan or bring about a result Product- something tangible that is produced by people or through machines Services- an intangible product, like cleaning, teaching, waitress, banking These four are related by managers develop a strategy to...

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Do you believe ethics (personal and organizational) can change? If so, how?If not, why not? Please post your response to this thread. Yes I believe ethics, both personal and organizational, can change. I believe anyone can change given the proper training and the knowledge needed to make a change but the person (or organization) must first be open to changing and willing to accept the training or teachings that are being offered to them. In the military we go through ethics training andthat was my only experience with it since I had been in for 21 years but I was very pleasantly...

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GBM 381 Week 2 DQ 1 The Bretton Woods Accord was signed in 1944 towardsthe end of World War II. It was the result of an agreement between France, Great Britain, and the United States. Thepurpose of the agreement was to stabilize or encourage open markets and end economic nationalism as well as joint management of political economic order inthe West. It's goals are to adjust pegging prices andconvert currencies. The world's major currencies became pegged by the U.S. dollar and could only fluctuate as much as one percent in value either lower or higher. Anytime that the exchange rate of a...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**CIS 500 Assignment 4 - Data Mining** The development of complex algorithms that can mine mounds of data that have been collected from people and digital devices have led to the adoption of data mining by most businesses as a means of understanding their customers better than before. Data mining takes place in retailing and sales, banking, education, manufacturing and production, health care, insurance, broadcasting, marketing, customer services, and a number of other areas. The analytical information gathered by data mining applications has given some...

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Robert E Goode Student Thomas Edison State College Student Number 0451848 Final Assessment March 26, 2011 Brenda Moore Professor Thomas Edison State College 101 W. Street Trenton, NJ 08608 Dear Ms Moore: I am sending you a report that examines the job outlook for Medical Technologists. Medical Technologist work in the area of pathology, and run tests that aid doctor's in making diagnoses. The Department of Pathology consists of the following areas: Blood Bank, Chemistry, Serology, Hematology and Microbiology. This report identifies the importance of medical technologist, the...

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Running Head: STRATEGIC PLANNING Strategic Planning Answer: 1 In this more complex business era, planning is important for each and every organization. For instance, effective planning plays a vital role in order to accomplish the goals and objectives of an organization in the pre-determined time period. Moreover, with the help of strategic planning, an organization can establish its goals and also manage risk and uncertainty in an effective manner (Dalton, 2006). Furthermore, the planning is also essential for the state firm bank because of without planning strategies can...

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Test Bank Chapter 5 Secondary Sources of Marketing Data True-False 1.Information is data which answer the specific questions of theT decision maker. 2.The researcher who is not familiar with basic sources of marketingT data may lose time in searching for nonexistent data or in collecting data which are already available. 3.Sales reports are an example of input data.F 4.Budgets are an outcome of an internal accounting and control systemF and are termed outcome data. 5.One of the problems in applying accounting data to...

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MGMT 410 Heman Resource Management Devry Midterm Exam Set 2 (TCO 1) One of the implications of technology in HRM is (TCO 1) All of these are workforce diversity characteristics, except (TCO 2) Organizations are oftentimes looking for ways to reduce operation costs. One option that is considered is selecting a consulting firm to provide training programs, private staffing agencies to perform recruiting and selection activities, and a financial organization to handle benefits. This option.......: (TCO 2) The ABC manufacturing plant has outsourced all HR functions for a group of...

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FIN 200 WEEK 6 DQ 2 If I were considering a security for a short-term investment in order to help a company meet its cash management goals I would choose the certificate of deposit, or CD.Certificate of deposits are offered through commercial banks, and other financial institutions.These are beneficial for meeting cash management goals because it up to the business whether or not they want to invest in a small or large CD.When the business lends the financial institution money the investor is paid a set rate of interest. Although small certificates of deposit carry lower interest rates,...

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A+ Grade Work FIN 100 Week 8 Assignment 2 Strayer University Businesses have to make many financial decisions that have a direct impact on operations and the ability to successfully compete in the marketplace. Base your writing on the information from the course coupled with information located in the Strayer databases or Internet. Write a two to three (2-3) page paper in which you: 1.Assume that you are financial advisor to a business. Describe the advice that you would give to the client for raising business capital using both debt and equity options in today’s economy. Outline...

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_100% Correct Answers_ ####**ECO 550 Week 11 Final Exam [Chapter 9 - Chapter 17]** 1. Evidence from empirical studies of long-run cost-output relationships lends support to the: a. existence of a non-linear cubic total cost function b. hypothesis that marginal costs first decrease, then gradually increase over the normal operating range of the firm c. hypothesis that total costs increase quadratically over the ranges of output examined d. hypothesis that total costs increase linearly over some considerable range of output examined e. none of the above 2. The short-run cost function...

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The Grapes of Wrath The Grapes of Wrath is a novel by John Steinbeck that exposes the desperate conditions under which the migratory farm families of America during the 1930's live under. The novel tells of one families migration west to California through the great economic depression of the 1930's. The Joad family had to abandon their home and their livelihoods. They had to uproot and set adrift because tractors were rapidly industrializing their farms. The bank took possession of their land because the owners could not pay off their loan. The novel shows how the Joad family...

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Grading Summary These are the automatically computed results of your exam. Grades for essay questions, and comments from your instructor, are in the "Details" section below. Date Taken: 1/31/2016 Time Spent: 1 h , 40 min , 36 secs Points Received: 183 / 200 (91.5%) Question Type: # Of Questions: # Correct: Multiple Choice 11 8 Matching 1 1 Short 7 N/A Grade Details - All Questions Page: 12 Question1. Question : (TCO F) Which of the following procedures should an auditor generally perform regarding subsequent events? Student Answer: Review the cut-off bank statements for several...

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FIN 515 Week 4 : Business Valuation and Stock Valuation Midterm Exam Top of Form 1. (TCO A) Which of the following statements is CORRECT? (Points : 10) It is generally more expensive to form a proprietorship than a corporation because, with a proprietorship, extensive legal documents are required. Corporations face fewer regulations than sole proprietorships. One disadvantage of operating a business as a sole proprietorship is that the firm is subject to double taxation, at both the firm level and the owner level. One advantage of forming a corporation is that equity investors are...

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FI515 Midterm Week 4 1.(TCO A) Which of the following statements is CORRECT?(Points : 10) It is generally more expensive to form a proprietorship than a corporation because, with a proprietorship, extensive legal documents are required. Corporations face fewer regulations than sole proprietorships. One disadvantage of operating a business as a sole proprietorship is that the firm is subject to double taxation, at both the firm level and the owner level. One advantage of forming a corporation is that equity investors are usually exposed to less liability than in a regular partnership. If a...

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FIN 564 Management of Financial Institutions (Fall 2016) 1. Question : (TCO A) A corporation seeking to sell new equity securities to the public for the first time, in order to raise cash for capital investment, would most likely Student Answer: conduct an IPO with the assistance of an investment banker.(Material from Chapter 1.) engage in a secondary market sale of equity. conduct a private placement to a large number of potential buyers. place an ad in the Wall Street Journal soliciting retail suppliers of funds. None of the above Points Received: 1 of...

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Student Name: Student ID: Assignment: Executive Summary This report relates to the audit of financial statement components. Three areas in particular form the subject matter of the report which are inventory, property plant equipment and bank balances. Applicable audit assertions for obtaining sufficient appropriate audit evidence are discussed in addition to substantive test of details in respect of those areas. Table of contents 1 Introduction The purpose of the report is to analyze the audit scenarios and make recommendations for the audit situations faced by the audit...

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Uruguay's President Jose Mujica 6 page essay on Jose Mujica's Leadership Short biography (not more than half a page) Study Pros & Cons of his leadership style Outline of his background & structure of organization Thoughts on how he run the country, what could be improved? What are the things that he did that change the country? What was his highs and lows as a leader? What makes him a great leader? Write a report on him & his organization (if applicable) Date Introduction Jose Mujica was born on May 20, 1935 to his parents Lucy Cordano and Demetrio Mujica. His parents were poor...

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Sex Discrimination Prepare: In your first post in this discussion, you will identify and apply one ethical theory of your choosing to a current problem in business, also of your choosing. Start by reviewing your notes on the Week One course material and your completed work for Week One. Then, choose one of the three ethical theories—i.e., utilitarianism, deontology, or virtue ethics—on the basis of your thoughtfully considered preference in general and independent of the business problem that you will select here. Keep in mind that you will employ this ethical theory for...

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**MGT 521 Complete Course** **Week 1** **Individual Assignment:** **Scavenger Hunt** Complete the scavenger hunt by following the instructions provided in Week 1 on the rEsource page. Post your responses as a Microsoft® Word attachment. **Assessed Discussion Question:** **MBA Matrix** Which program outcome do you feel will add the most value for you? Which managerial competencies reflect current strengths for you? **Discussion Questions** (Ch. 2 of Leadership in Organizations) What are some typical myths of managing people that you may have and what are the realities after...

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**RES 351 Complete Course** **Week 1** **Individual** Current Events in Business Research **Write** a 300-word summary of the business research process by describing the business research process from your experience in the workplace or in an article you find through the University Library. **Format** your paper consistent with APA guidelines. **Week 1 Summary** **Discussion Questions** Why must business managers understand the importance of business research and how it is used in their organizations? What are the essential tenets of the scientific method, and why is the scientific...

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ECO 203 All DQs Week 1 Discussion Questions One of the scarce resources that constrain our behavior is time. Each of us has only 24 hours in a day. How do you go about allocating your time in a given day among competing alternatives? How do you go about weighing the alternatives? How can you apply the concepts of opportunity cost to your decision to attend Ashford? Use the notion of opportunity cost in your answer. The rent for apartments in New York City has been rising sharply. Demand for apartments in New York City has been rising sharply as well. This is hard to explain because...

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ECO 203 Complete Course Week 1 ECO 203 Week 1 Quiz Discussion Questions One of the scarce resources that constrain our behavior is time. Each of us has only 24 hours in a day. How do you go about allocating your time in a given day among competing alternatives? How do you go about weighing the alternatives? How can you apply the concepts of opportunity cost to your decision to attend Ashford? Use the notion of opportunity cost in your answer. The rent for apartments in New York City has been rising sharply. Demand for apartments in New York City has been rising sharply as well. This...

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**ECO 372 All Assignments** Week 2 Individual Fundamentals of Macroeconomics Paper Resource: Figure 3-1 in Ch. 3 of Macroeconomics. Part 1 Describe the following terms in your word.     Gross domestic product (GDP)     Real GDP     Nominal GDP     Unemployment rate     Inflation rate     Interest rate Part 2 Consider the following examples of economic activities:     Purchasing of groceries     Massive layoff of employees     Decrease in taxes Describe how each of these activities affects government, households, and businesses....

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**ECO 203 Complete Course** Week 1 ECO 203 Week 1 Quiz Discussion Questions One of the scarce resources that constrain our behavior is time. Each of us has only 24 hours in a day. How do you go about allocating your time in a given day among competing alternatives? How do you go about weighing the alternatives? How can you apply the concepts of opportunity cost to your decision to attend Ashford? Use the notion of opportunity cost in your answer. The rent for apartments in New York City has been rising sharply. Demand for apartments in New York City has been rising sharply as well....

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ECO 372 All Assignments Week 2 Individual Fundamentals of Macroeconomics Paper Resource: Figure 3-1 in Ch. 3 of Macroeconomics. Part 1 Describe the following terms in your word. Gross domestic product (GDP) Real GDP Nominal GDP Unemployment rate Inflation rate Interest rate Part 2 Consider the following examples of economic activities: Purchasing of groceries Massive layoff of employees Decrease in taxes Describe how each of these activities affects government, households, and businesses. Describe the flow of resources from one entity to another for...

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A+Solution Sociology Use journal : ~jdowell/ For this assignment, you may want to focus on the following key concepts in the course: Culture, Cultural Relativism, Ethnocentrism, Qualitative Research Methodology Basic Requirements for your Writing Assignments: Your writing assignment must ... •Relate the article to core concepts in sociology (such as perhaps cultural relativism, mechanical social solidarity, conflict theory, etc.). •Display your knowledge of covered course material, drawing from any of the lessons that fit the topic of the assignment. •Be at...

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Business Ethics Final Write a six to seven page double-spaced essay addressing the case below. The case has four Parts: A, B, C, and D. Each Part is followed by a set of questions. Your paper should thus be divided into four Parts, each with a separate heading: “Part A” or “Part B,” etc. For each part, write a short, mini-essay addressing all the questions for that Part. Please number all answers within each part. Please DO NOT re-write the questions. You can selectively apply the facts of the case in your answer. This assignment requires a written essay....

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A+ Grade Answers University of Phoenix ECO 372 Final Exam Study Guide 1. The market where business sells goods and services to households and the government is called market market market market 2. Real gross domestic product is best defined as market value of intermediate goods and services produced in an economy including exports goods and services produced in an economy, stated in prices in a given year and multiplied by quantity market value of all final goods and services produced in an economy stated in the prices of a given year market value...

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MGMT 410 Human Resource Management Devry All Assignments, Case Studies and Midterm Exam Week 1 Assignment: Strategic Linkages Assignment (550+ Words) Week 2 Assignment:. Case Study; Off-the-Job Behaviors (800+ Words) Week 3 Assignment: Web Exercise; Understanding Job Analysis (1100+ Words) Week 4 Midterm Exam Set 1 (TCO 1) HRM typically provides which of these types of training to temporary employees? (TCO 1) How has technology changed HRM practices? (TCO 2) Jonathan, a VP for Human Resources, is evaluating the extent to which the hiring and employment...

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MGMT 410 Human Resource Management Devry Week 4 Midterm Exam Set 1 (TCO 1) HRM typically provides which of these types of training to temporary employees? (TCO 1) How has technology changed HRM practices? (TCO 2) Jonathan, a VP for Human Resources, is evaluating the extent to which the hiring and employment practices in his organization are in compliance with federal and state laws. Which type of external influences that impact HRM is Jonathan considering? (TCO 2) To assist the organization in its strategic direction, which of the following must an HRM manager not do? (TCO 3)...

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MGMT 410 Human Resource Management Devry Week 4 DQs and Midterm Exam Week 4: Training and Development – Discussion 1 Employee Orientation (Graded) What is the purpose of new employee orientation? Do you think it is necessary for a company to offer a formal orientation program for new employees, or is it better to leave this job to the individual's supervisor?Explain your answer. Week 4: Training and Development – Discussion 2 Career Management (Graded) Who is responsible for managing employees' careers? The employees themselves, their supervisors, HR, or the organization?What do...

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A+ Graded Exam MGT 460 Business Strategy & Policy - Exam I) Please select the most plausible alternatives from the choices given below (20 x 2 = 40 points): 1. Which of the following is an example of the resource-based view of the firm? a. Philip Morris diversified by purchasing Kraft foods, because they did not want to put money back in the high-risk cigarette business. b. Google hires employees by asking them to fill out a 200-item questionnaire; many of the questions have nothing to do with computers. c. Halliburton takes advantage of the US war budget to bill the government at over...

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1. Al Bundy owns Bundiful World, a sole proprietorship. He incorporates as Bundiful, Inc. transferring all of the proprietorship’s assets (FMV: $350,000, basis: $ 275,000) for all of the stock. Bundiful, Inc. also assumes $15,000 of liabilities, $14,500 were business related, the remaining $500 was for a DVR so his wife, Peg, could record Oprah. Based on the above: Answer a. Bundiful, Inc. has an asset basis of $275,000; Al has a stock basis of $260,000. b. Bundiful, Inc. has an asset basis of $290,000; Al has a stock basis of $260,000. c. Bundiful, Inc. has an asset basis of $290,000; Al...

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FIN 571 Lawrence Sports Simulation SAMPLE Lawrence Sports is a manufacturing company that gross over $20 million a year that distributes protective gear and equipment to basketball, football, baseball, volleyball. The main customer for the Lawrence Sports company is the world's leading retailer called Mayo Stores. Lawrence Sports purchases most of its materials from two companies, which are Gartner Products and Murray Leather Works. Gartner Products provides 70% of raw materials to Lawrence Sports and Murray specialize in semi-finished leather products for Lawrence sports...

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FIN 534 -week 9 Homework Chapter 16 1. Swim Suits Unlimited is in a highly seasonal business, and the following summary balance sheet data show its assets and liabilities at peak and off-peak seasons (in thousands of dollars): Peak Off-Peak Cash 50 30 Marketable securities 0 20 Accounts receivable 40 20 Inventories 100 50 Net fixed assets 500 500 Total assets 690 620 Payables and accruals 30 10 Short-term bank debt 50 0 Long-term debt 300 300 Common equity 310 310 Total claims 690 620 From this data we may conclude that a. Swim Suits' current asset financing policy...

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Finance 534 week 10 quiz 9 Question 1 Which of the following statements is NOT CORRECT? Answer Commercial paper can be issued by virtually any firm so long as it is willing to pay the going interest rate. Accruals are "free" in the sense that no explicit interest is paid on these funds. A conservative approach to working capital management will result in most if not all permanent current operating assets being financed with long-term capital. The risk to a firm that borrows with short-term credit is usually greater than if it borrowed using long-term debt....

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Market Participation Market Participation Market participation is vital to a business that is thinking investment of any support. If just to put in your money with no loss sustained, but assured interest rate, fixed for a period of time it can be a grand investment. Whether it is the stock market, money market, or bond market, participation is the key for market benefit. Relationships with businesses and investments in associations have verified to be favorable since the 12th Century. The procedure is to buy low and sell high will never transform. The kinds of investors differ...

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Federal Reserve ECO 212 Abstract The Federal Reserve has few purposes and functions of money, and the central bank system manages the nation's monetary system to keep the operations balanced when possible. The direction or the recent monetary policy is explained with basic information, .and how the open policy is applied to the Federal Reserve decision to confirm the direction. The effects of the monetary policy on the economy's production and employment are studied to have further basic knowledge about the Federal Reserve. Federal Reserve The purpose of money is a payment...

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Fin 425 Summary: n this case, Kota Fibres, Ltd. hadfew problems happened in the beginning ofJanuary, 2013.At that time, the company did not have enough cash to pay the excise tax, and a taxinspector needed them to pay instantly. When they were trying to look over their account balance andrealized that ifthey could pay the excise tax, their bank balance will be overdrawn. Since the taxproblem, the company could notmake the delivery to the customer on time. After the managers understood the situation, they wanted to analyze their financial data and found out a way to solve the above...

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Assignment 2 Lending Institutions, Health Care, and Human Capital Research Background of the Paper Today's overall business scenario is considered more challenging and competitive due to rapid changes in the economy. This research paper will be more beneficial, valuable and comprehensive because it deals with different objectives that are associated with this research paper. For example, this research paper will develop a clear understanding in the mind of reader and researcher about the significant role and function of international lending organizations such as World Bank and the...

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Aunt Connie's CookiesACC 561 Aunt Connie's Cookies The goal for Aunt Connie's Cookies is to increase profit, the company's CEO Maria Villanueva, needs to determine the best way to make this happen. Maria is responsible to decide how money will be spent to make Aunt Connie's Cookies succeed without breaking the bank. Maria is faced with decisions in the simulation on advertising and how much to spend, she also is confronted with the decision to increase cookie sales to return a better profit. The decisions Maria makes will affect the company's contribution margin and their operating...

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Impact of Interest Rate Swaps Impact of Interest Rate Swaps BUS 250 International Business The first article that we will look at deals with interest rate swaps is "New Jersey Swap for Unsold Bonds Cost 22,000 a Day (update2)". This article is about mismanagement and misunderstanding of financial obligations on behalf of New Jersey and the officials of 2004. This administration used financial backing by the Bank of Montreal in an interest-rate swap that was linked to unsold bonds. They were basically gambling with the unknown future of the market that the funds are tied to...

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COM 285 Bus Com Trends Business Communication and Trends COM 285 Business Communication and Trends Business communication has several roles and each organization uses each to address employees, communicate changes in the workplace and advise the community. One way that employers address the employees is by the annual review process. This process occurs annually within most organizations from January to April. This determines whether the employee will receive an annual increase and the amount of that increase. Within M&I Bank, when employees are initially hired they receive a 45- and...

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Eco 372 Week 2 Reflection Learning Team A Reflection There are many databases to research historical economic data and forecast future economic data. This week's topics help understand the data we are looking at which once understood can help us improve the economic future within our country. Understanding our strengths and weaknesses will also help us find economic data to improve the economy. The Federal Reserve Economic Data, also known as FRED, is a resource for historical economic data. FRED is an online database with thousands of economic data from different resources. It is...

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Hacking Understanding It All Hacking: INF 103: Computer Literacy Abstract As technology has grown, so has the dependence of society on its role in everyday life. Like many things, this dependence on technology comes at a risk. Hacking is the risk that members of society must face. Hackers can find any information they wish to acquire, which puts information, such as finances and personal, at great risk. In order to understand how to prevent hacking, one must first understand what is at risk to be hacked and the way in which the act is done. Technology has become a constant...

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Scavenger Hunt Ford Annual Report Scavenger Hunt Find an annual report for a company of your choice and answer the following questions: Who is your company? FORD MOTOR COMPANY 2. What is their primary business focus? AUTOMOTIVE / FINANCE SERVICES 3. Who is on the Board of Directors? William Clay Ford Jr. Executive Chairman Ford Motor Company Stephen G. Butler Retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer KPMG, LLP Kimberly Casiano President and Chief Operating Officer Casiano Communications, Inc. Anthony F. Earley, Jr Chairman and CEO of DTE Energy Edsel B. Ford II Director and...

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Week Exercises Exercise 11-15 Before AfterAfter ActionDividendStock Split Stockholders equity Paid in capital Common stock,10 par600,000630,000600,000 Paid in capital in excess par value0 .12,0000 Total paid in capital600,000642,000600,000 Return earnings900,000858,000900,000 Total stock holders equity 1,500,0001,500,0001,500,000 Outstanding shares60,00066,000120,000 Exercise 12-1 1. Companies purchase investments in debt or stock securities because they have excess cash, earnings from investment income, and strategic reasons. 2. A company will have...

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In what ways have smart phones that incorporate wireless technologies changed the business landscape? Jane I think you opened up a discussion that can go on for days. Anyone that owns a smart phone can testify to my following statement. Smart phones have revolutionized the business world in ways only comparable to perhaps the invention of the assembly line. Ok that might be a bit of an exaggeration but I do believe that they definitely have helped businesses move at the speed of sound if not light. There are perhaps millions of applications that help people manage their businesses....

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Telecommunications Evolution Timeline Telecommunications Evolution Timeline NTC 362 University of Phoenix The telecommunication timeline began in 1876 and I did a in-depth time line covering the evolution of the telecommunications over the years. 1876 with the invention of the telephone by Alexander Graham Bell, 1887: Hartford Bank had the first coin-operated telephone installed 1891: First dial face phone 1915: Alexander Graham Bell placed the first coast-to-coast call from New York City to San Francisco. 1929: Herbert Hoover is first president of the United States with...

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Please post a 200-300 word response to the following question by clicking on Reply. What strategies might you suggest to augment a criminal justice budget? One of the biggest augmentation that i would add to a criminal justice budget is payment for certain services. I realize that police departments across the United States are tightening their belts as budgets shrink. These departments have started charging for certain services, such as accident reports, police reports and for providing certain calls for service, such as burglar alarm response. I would continue with all of these...

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What do you think is the most important organizational characteristic that influences training? Why? I think by having management support to help with the influences on training will help a company. By showing that they are supportive will help theprocess a little better. The employees will feel like they are important to the company because they are taking the time to mae sure that they are trained properly. Ifsomething new come out in the company making sure that the employees are trained will help make the company runmore smoothly. While I wasat the bank we had things change a...

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Fortune 500 Research Paper ISCOM/471 Fortune 500 Research Paper Introduction: In the year of 1922, State Farm Companies was founded by G.J Mecherle in Bloomington Illinois. State Farm is an insurance company owned by its policy holders. The first product offered was auto insurance. Today State Farm offers a variety of products and services ranging from insurance for auto, home, renters, business, boats, life, heath, and other services like: State Farm bank, checking, savings, credit cards, car loans, and mortgage loans. State Farm also provides services for life events...

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What positions do older adults hold in your current workplace? What assumptions are made about older adults in the workplace? I work at home so my husband is the only old person here, but at his work the oldest person there is his boss, manager, in his late fifties. The workers do not think anything bad about him because of his age, but there are some work related issues with him. At our local stores, older people work as greeters and sales staff. Assumptions about older adults in the workplace are that they are too old, incompetent, senile, forgetful, slow, and unable to learn new...

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Provide one example of fraud perpetrated by or against the older population. What are the affects of that fraud? What can be done to address this type of fraud? There are so many frauds and crimes done against senior citizens, it is difficult to choose just one. I do recall one instance that was continually publicized in the Chicago Tribune about 20 years ago. It involved awoman who lived alone in one of the high-rises along North Sheridan Road in Chicago. She became ill, was taken to the hospital where she died. In the meantime, the management of the buildingwhere she lived continued...

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Financial Reporting Problem, Part 2 Nike ACC 290 When determining the overall financial strength of a company it relies on the current assets to show value. Current assets are considering the items that a company owns but will be sold for cash in the immediate future. The value of the assets can and will vary and usually will be used at any time as collateral for loans or other investment business development plans. Current assets include, cash and cash equivalents, such as the amount of money the company has in their possession available in bank accounts, savings bonds,...

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Financial Reporting Problem, Part 2 Nike ACC 290 When determining the overall financial strength of a company it relies on the current assets to show value. Current assets are considering the items that a company owns but will be sold for cash in the immediate future. The value of the assets can and will vary and usually will be used at any time as collateral for loans or other investment business development plans. Current assets include, cash and cash equivalents, such as the amount of money the company has in their possession available in bank accounts, savings bonds,...

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Running head: Decisions in Paradise II Business Scenario: Decisions in Paradise II University of Phoenix Decisions in Paradise II Reviewing the conversation with Chris and Alex concerning the business at hand of getting a plant up and running, a simple business plan will be stated as follows: The pros and cons of doing business in Kava. This business plan seems to be the simplest in terms of transferring data to read and easiest based on the limited data available. Some possible problems that would inhibit our growth are the rainy season, which runs from November to April this is...

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ECON545 Project 2-Macroeconomic Analysis Situation C Cousin Edgar is always thinking of the next business idea. This time, he plans to invest in buying four gas stations. He reckons American consumers have come to accept the high gasoline prices, and estimates world prices for gasoline to increase even further with high demand from India and China. Besides, Cousin Edgar thinks he will make a good profit on the sale of convenience items at each station. But before buying the gas stations, he decides to ask for your advice because you are taking this course in business...

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Are you a shopaholic? 1. Shopaholics found their compulsion to spend by creating false identities to obtain more creditcards. They often hide bank statements from their spouses and try in any way possible to conceal their abuse. In some extreme cases shopaholics has even turned prostituted in order to finance their spending. 2. The group Walletwatch was made by Lawrence Michaels who is a Shopaholic. He spends thou-sands of pounds on albums he dont like and clothes which dont fit him. The reason why he started the group was because he wanted to help other people who...

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A+ Solution In Chapter 10, Carbaugh Asks, "Can the United States Continue to Run Current Account Deficits Indefinitely?" Since in the long term, the obvious answer is no, perhaps the question should be rephrased to ask the following: Does the United States' unique position in the world economy allow the country to safely run persistent external deficits? Can persistent U.S. deficits in the current and payments accounts be adjusted without bringing about economic recession or crisis? In a 4-6 page (12-point font, double-spaced) essay, summarize and critically evaluate the main...

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In what ways have smart phones that incorporate wireless technologies changed the business landscape? Jane I think you opened up a discussion that can go on for days. Anyone that owns a smart phone can testify to my following statement. Smart phones have revolutionized the business world in ways only comparable to perhaps the invention of the assembly line. Ok that might be a bit of an exaggeration but I do believe that they definitely have helped businesses move at the speed of sound if not light. There are perhaps millions of applications that help people manage their businesses....

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COM 156 Internet Crime COM/156 Whether you are socializing with friends on Facebook, shopping on eBay for your next bargain purchase, paying your bills using your online bank account, or sending and reading your E-mail, chances are, you have been a victim of internet crime. In 2012 more than 556 million people were victim to cyber-crime world-wide. That is more than 1.5 million victims per day, 18 victims per second, or more than the entire population of the European Union. It is hard to put a price tag on something of that scale, but it is an estimated cost of 110 Billion dollars...

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COM 156 Rough Draft Cyber-Crime W-INTRO AND CONCLUSION Whether you are socializing with friends on Facebook, shopping on eBay for your next bargain purchase, paying your bills on your online bank account, or sending and reading your E-mail, chances are, you have been a victim of internet crime. In 2012 more than 556 million people were victim to cyber-crime world-wide. That is more than 1.5 million victims per day, 18 victims per second, or more than the entire population of the European Union. It is hard to put a price tag on something of that scale, but it is an estimated cost of...

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Current and Noncurrent Assets Paper Current and Noncurrent Assets Paper ACC/400 - Week One Instructor's Name: Name Date Introduction Current and non-current assets are important items to evaluate a balance sheet. The following paper evaluates the meaning and differences between current and non-current assets. In addition to that, the paper will describe the order of liquidity and its application in a balance sheet. A company's balance sheet includes both current and non-current assets. The current assets are defined as the total sum of: Cash and cash equivalents - Cash in...

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Topical Reading 3: Continuous Improvement Continuous improvement must start at the activity level. This is the main point of the article "Continuous Improvement: An Activity-Based Model" by Surendra P. Agrawal, Zabihollah Rezaee, and Hong S. Pak. Programs can be implemented to increase competitiveness and shareholder value. The article demonstrates a model that classifies activities into four categories. For each category, the strategy is discussed centered on the findings from a study on continuous improvement in an auto loan department in a commercial bank. For this brief article...

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Running Head: Current and Noncurrent Assets Paper Current and Noncurrent Assets Paper Name ACC/400 - Week One Instructor's Name: Name Date Introduction Current and non-current assets are important items to evaluate a balance sheet. The following paper evaluates the meaning and differences between current and non-current assets. In addition to that, the paper will describe the order of liquidity and its application in a balance sheet. A company's balance sheet includes both current and non-current assets. The current assets are defined as the total sum of: Cash and cash...

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Appendix E Building a Medical Vocabulary Ch. 3, 4, & 5 Complete activities A, B, & C, and post to the Individual forum. A.Use the word bank below to build the medical word that corresponds to each definition in problems 1-16. Word parts may be used more than once. Click the grey box to begin typing. gloss/o- bil/i- mastic/o- axill/o- -al cardi/o- epi- apic/o- tri- glott/o- -stals/o fec/o- diastol/o- cusp/o- rub/o- sept/o- -ary peri- -in -ic thorac/o- -ous -sis -ation saphen/o- -id eu- mucos/o- -pne/o- -ac 1.Pertaining to the...

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Axia College Material Appendix C Building a Medical Vocabulary Ch. 2 Complete activities A, B, & C, and post to the Individual forum. A.Use the word bank below to build the medical word that corresponds to each definition in problems 1-13. Click the grey box to begin typing. 1. Pertaining to the lower back 2. Pertaining to below the stomach 3. Pertaining to the naval 4. Pertaining to the front part 5. Pertaining to going toward the front part 6. Pertaining to the groin 7. Pertaining to the back part 8. Pertaining to going...

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Axia College Material Appendix C - Chapter 2 Building a Medical Vocabulary Ch. 2 Complete activities A, B, & C, and post to the Individual forum. A.Use the word bank below to build the medical word that corresponds to each definition in problems 1-13. Click the grey box to begin typing. 1. Pertaining to the lower back 2. Pertaining to below the stomach 3. Pertaining to the naval 4. Pertaining to the front part 5. Pertaining to going toward the front part 6. Pertaining to the groin 7. Pertaining to the back part 8. Pertaining...

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Question: What is the purpose of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC)? What types of transactions are covered by the UCC? What problems was the UCC designed to address? How would interstate transactions be different without the UCC? Provide an example. Response: What is the purpose of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC)? The purpose of the Uniform Commercial Code is to bring a degree of uniformity to different types of secured transactions. This makes it possible for business to be conducted with a solid foundation of standards that both the buyer and the seller have to follow. What...

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ACCT 212 Week 5 DQ 2 Raising Capital (Cash) ACCT 212 Financial Accounting - DeVry Course Tutorial Top of Form Week 5: Plant Assets and Liabilities - Discussion Raising Capital ("Cash") (graded) Bonds are a unique way of financing only available to corporations and governments. It allows them to bypass the middle man, the bank, and therefore save costs of borrowing. They normally make semiannual interest payments on the principal and the principal is due at some time in the is not uncommon for decades to pass before the principal payment is due. Imagine that you are the...

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EXERCISE 7-5 Procedure IC good or weak? Related internal control principle 1. Weak Establishment of Responsibility 2. Good Independent Internal Verification 3. Weak Segregation of Duties 4. Good Segregation of Duties 5. Weak Documentation Procedures Exercise 7-5 Your answer is correct. Listed below are five procedures followed by Parson Company. 1. Several individuals operate the cash register using the same register drawer. 2. A monthly bank reconciliation is prepared by someone who has no other...

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ECON 210 Phase 4 DB Choose a developing country, and discuss its economic growth in the last 2-3 years. Include the following information: Identify its growth in output per capita and in population it an open or closed economy? Identify its comparative advantage and whether it is involved in trade. Identify the country's type of economy-how its economy is a market, command, or mixed economy. Is the country's foreign exchange overvalued or undervalued? Has the central bank intervened in the foreign exchange market on behalf of the country's currency valuation? Using the...

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ECON 210 Phase 4 DB Choose a developing country, and discuss its economic growth in the last 2-3 years. Include the following information: Identify its growth in output per capita and in population growth. Is it an open or closed economy? Identify its comparative advantage and whether it is involved in trade. Identify the country's type of economy-how its economy is a market, command, or mixed economy. Is the country's foreign exchange overvalued or undervalued? Has the central bank intervened in the foreign exchange market on behalf of the country's currency valuation? Using...

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BUS434 Wk 3 dis 1 Job Evaluation Methods There are two general types of job evaluation methods: those that investigate the job as a whole and those that investigate the job from a variety of components. Choosing one job evaluation method, examine how that method would be the preferable approach to attain comparable worth throughout the organization, and where it would not be the preferable approach. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. The ranking method in my opinion is the best method to evaluate an organization as a whole, using this method the jobs in each...

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CURRENT EVENTS Jarad Krum ISSC471 AMU In today's world there is a lot to worry about. From getting to work on time or to making sure your have the right life plan. However there is now in today's modern world the ever present and ever worrying danger that is the internet. In today's world most of the comers are taken place in cyber space. This of course requires the information of your personal bank account to be out there in someone's personal data base. And these data bases are being hacked and taken advantage of at an alarming rate. This week we were asked to...

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Question 1 4 out of 4 points Identify the true statement(s) regarding freedom of speech: I. It was not until the 1840s that legal doctrines protecting speech when offensive began to be recognized by the courts. II. In the First National Bank v. Bellotti case, the Supreme Court struck down a state law prohibiting a corporation to advertise to influence voters on issues that did not "materially affect" its business. III. In the Virginia Board case, the U.S. Supreme Court failed to link the "right to receive information and ideas" with the traditional values that...

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Dache' Futrell BUS/210 March 9, 2014 Developing Good Business Sense The three businesses that I chose to examine are; Shop n Save grocery store, Nail Time salon and spa, and Bank of America Caf. Although these are very different companies, they are the places that I frequent and, I had time to observe the employees this week. Starting with Shop n Save grocery store, I noticed that employees not only do the duties of their initial positions but, they perform all tasks that need to be completed. Employees run the cash register, stock shelves, serve food at the food bar, and tend to...

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Week Two Exercise Assignment : Revenue and Expenses Rhiannon Neufell ACC 205 - Principles of Accounting I Instructor Brent Beyer May 31, 2015 Week Two Exercise Assignment Revenue and Expense 1. Recognition of concepts. Jim Armstrong operates a small company that books entertainers for theaters, parties, conventions, and so forth. The company's fiscal year ends on June 30. Consider the following items and classify each as either (1) prepaid expense, (2) unearned revenue, (3) accrued expense, (4) accrued revenue, or (5) none of the foregoing. a.Interest owed on the company's...

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The Effects of Population Density and Noise Pollution Density and Noise People are scattered all over the world but in very uneven ways. While there are densely populated areas, we also find some that are empty or barely populated. Population density is midyear population divided by land area in square kilometers (The World Bank (2015) therefore, population density indicates the relationship between the population of an area and the space it occupies. The existence of a population census increases the accuracy of the data obtained, allowing not only to quantify...

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Fortune 500 Research Paper ISCOM/471 Fortune 500 Research Paper Introduction: In the year of 1922, State Farm Companies was founded by G.J Mecherle in Bloomington Illinois. State Farm is an insurance company owned by its policy holders. The first product offered was auto insurance. Today State Farm offers a variety of products and services ranging from insurance for auto, home, renters, business, boats, life, heath, and other services like: State Farm bank, checking, savings, credit cards, car loans, and mortgage loans. State Farm also provides services for life events...

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Worksite Development PSY301 Worksite Development Emotional intelligence consists of five key skills with each building on the last. Skill one is the ability to reduce quickly stress. Skill two is the ability to recognize and manage emotions. Skill three is the ability to connect with others using nonverbal communication. Skill four is the ability to use humor and play to deal with challenges. Skill five is the ability to resolve conflicts positively and with confidence. How these skills relate to the team member employed as a senior bank teller is addressed (Goleman, 2005). ...

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ACC 291 Week 4 - Chapter 13 Practice - Quiz 1 Question 1 Which of the following is incorrect about the statement of cash flows? It provides information about the operating, investing, and financing activities of the business. It is a fourth basic financial statement. It reconciles the ending cash account balance to the balance per the bank statement. It provides information about cash receipts and cash payments of an entity during a period Question 2 Which of the following will not be reported in the statement of cash flows? How acquisitions of...

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1. Question : (TCO 2) John owns interest coupons that mature on December 31, 2011. The coupons can be converted into cash at any bank at maturity. John does NOT convert the coupons to cash until 2012. John: Student Answer: will recognize income under the constructive receipt doctrine in 2011. will recognize income in 2012 when converted. will realize but not recognize income in 2012. will realize but not recognize income in 2011. None of the above Instructor Explanation: Coupons can be converted into 11, REF:p. 4-11 Points Received: 2 of...

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The Business Model December 2000 1. Business Model definitions 2. How is the term Business Model typically used? 3. How does the Business Model link to Profitability? 4. How does the Business Model link to Strategy? 5. Business Model Taxonomies 6. Investment Bank Focus 1. Business Model definitions There are many approaches to how and where a business places itself in the revenue stream. Which approach, or approaches, is chosen and what operational features surround the approach is basically the business model. This also can be seen as a statement of the businesss...

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Test Bank CHAPTER 3 The Marketing Research Process _________ True-False 1.The research process consists of connected stages or steps thatT guide a project from its conception to the final analysis, recommendations, and ultimate action. 2.The sole involvement of the Marketing Planning and InformationF System in the marketing research process consists of pointing out the need for research. 3.The single most important element of good research is theT development of a research purpose that links the research to decision making. 4.The information system can...

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Assignment 2 Lending Institutions, Health Care, and Human Capital Assignment 2 Lending Institutions, Health Care, and Human Capital Use the Internet to research one (1) developing nation of your choice. Your research should include an examination of lending institutions, health care, and human capital, as well as the material covered by the Webtext and lectures in Weeks 6 through 9. Write a three to four (3-4) page research paper in which you: 1. Explore whether or not funding from international lending institutions like the World Bank and the IMF are helping or hindering the...

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Top of Form Week 5: Plant Assets and Liabilities - Discussion Raising Capital ("Cash") (graded) Bonds are a unique way of financing only available to corporations and governments. It allows them to bypass the middle man, the bank, and therefore save costs of borrowing. They normally make semiannual interest payments on the principal and the principal is due at some time in the is not uncommon for decades to pass before the principal payment is due. Imagine that you are the CFO of a company looking to raise capital. (This means that the company wants to receive a large, one time influx...

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A company in a startup situation would want to use leverage in order to seek a higher rate of reward in the early stages of the business. By borrowingthe maximum amount of capitalavailable for startup costs, the company is able tominimize the amount of stockholders who will have to beallowed to invest inthe company and wouldlater have tobe paid dividends as long as they continue to hold stock. As bank loans are paidoff, not only does the amount of repayment owed decrease, butthe interest payment amount decreases month bymonth. The one watch outfor over leveragingthe company is thefact...

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FIN 200 WEEK 8 DQ 1 While I am hiding out on an island country (because every family member I've ever come in contact with would be beating down my door) before I come forward with my ticket, I would try to find the best possible interest rates possible before making my decision. If it made sense to take the cash annuity and then invest the money, I would make that choice. As things stand now, I would prefer to take the cash and run. By taking the total amount and investing it now, not only would you have a firm nest egg in your bank account but you would also begin earning interest on a...

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Review pp. 517-520. Describe your experience with credit and credit cards in a brief paragraph using at least five adverbs and five adjectives in your description. Bold the adverbs and underline the adjectives. What is the most effective way to determine whether a word is an adjective or an adverb? I received myFirstvisa card from bank of New York, when I was working for them in thelateseventy's.That is what gave me myfirstreal expertise with any kind of credit for which I wassolelyresponsible. Although I knew what I was supposed to do like mostyoungpeople Irarelydid theresponsiblething....

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Jack Nelson's Problem Answer the questions to the case, "Jack Nelson's Problem," at the end of Chapter 1. Include at least one outside source supporting your answers. Explain your answers in 200 words. Respond to at least two of your fellow students' postings. My tutorial includes two answers to this DQ and you should use any one of the two. Don't forget to rephrase (reword) it. ANSWER 1 The problems this bank is facing are many, but one that can be seen is the lack of training. When the employee was asked if she knew the name of the machine she was working on, she replied that she did not...

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_A+ Grade Solutions_ ####**FIN 370 Week 4 Assignment - Cash Flow Analysis** Analyze the case study, "Frank Smith Plumbing." Analyze the "Frank Smith Plumbing's Financial Statement" spreadsheet. Compare the cost of the truck to the cash flow records Compile your calculations in a Microsoft® Excel® document Develop a 1,050-word analysis and include the following: • Explain why limited leverage is good for business. Show the profitability of the project so that Stephanie can convince her father to purchase the truck by borrowing money. • Explain how Stephanie should convince...

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Lending Institutions, Health Care, and Human Capital Students Name: Institutional Affiliation: In todays world, business has become more competitive and challenging due to spontaneous alterations in the economy. Developing countries have been compelled to seek assistance from the lending institutions to cater for essential services such as the health care as the human capital continues to decline. The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank have a played a critical role in maintaining the prosperity of these countries, for instance, India. As this paper will tend...

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ACC 280 Week 5 Exercise E8 5 E8-5 Listed below are five procedures followed by The Beat Company. 1. Several individuals operate the cash register using the dame register drawer. 2. A monthly bank reconciliation is prepared by someone who has no other cash responsibilities. 3. Ellen May writes checks and also records cash payment journal entries. 4. One individual orders inventory, while a different individual authorizes payments. 5. Unnumbered sales invoices from credit sales are forwarded to the accounting department every four weeks for...

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NRS-433V Module 5 DQ Introduction to Nursing Research Characteristics of Nursing Research Utilization and Evidence-Based Practice According to Burns and Grove (2011), nurses in various settings are adopting a research-based (or evidence-based) practice that incorporates research findings into their decisions and interaction with clients. How do you see this being applied in your workplace? Evidence-based Nursing It is true that now a days, nurses are using the research based or evidenced based practices for their routine work. It helps them in taking the right decisions at the right time...

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Analyze the case study, "Frank Smith Plumbing." Analyze the "Frank Smith Plumbing's Financial Statement" spreadsheet. Compare the cost of the truck to the cash flow records Compile your calculations in a Microsoft® Excel® document Develop a 1,050-word analysis and include the following: Explain why limited leverage is good for business. Show the profitability of the project so that Stephanie can convince her father to purchase the truck by borrowing money. Explain how Stephanie should convince her mother that it is inappropriate to call the bank manager and his wife for assistance in...

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Many cases of student protest lead to improvement of laws or opinions. But not all are successful. Kent State University was a witness to an unsuccessful protest which led to tragedy. Four students were killed and twelve other persons were wounded or injured when National Guardsmen opened fire on a group of students. Major events leading to the shooting are as follows Riots had been occurring for several weeks previous to the Monday of the shooting. The week of April 27th proved to be the most violent so far, with students of Kent State University, as well as townspeople,...

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Architecture and ERP (3 Pages 891 Words) My company is a wholesale e commerce website who sells and drop ship off the internet. Who employs over 5,000 people globally? Has 10 distribution points all across the world with warehouses that drop ship the whole order from toilet paper to a couch a wide spectrum of things they sell; with an auction site dealing with from consumer to business and business to business interactions. My enterprise architecture will help minimize the external factors if I take care of the internal factors. Like good customer service. And minimize my financial...

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IDENTITY THEFT ( 3 PAGES 1471 WORDS) Americans need to understand why it is important not to be a victim of identity theft and learn tactics to avoid their identity being stolen, while holding companies liable if these fraudulent actions occur. Many people are affected by identity theft every day in the United States. The average person that is more likely to have their identity or personal information stolen is someone with a good credit history and a good income. Thieves can range from cleaning people who retrieve their information from wastebaskets and trash cans to employees of good...

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Biomedical Example Danyell Johnson HCS/335 11/23/2015 Katherine Rossiter Biomedical Example Mickey mantle was a Baseball Hall of Fame center fielder for New York Yankees team. He received a liver transplant in the year 1995 since his liver was failing due to suffering from diseases like cirrhosis and hepatitis. Despite waiting period for liver transplant being 130 days, he got the liver within 2 days courtesy of Baylor Medical center where he was admitted. He was a recovering alcoholic and based on many reports and the director of Southwest Organ Bank, it was found he was moved...

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ACC 220 Career opportunities Denver was the place where I got my first job in the accounting field. According to the job listing the position required a degree in finance or accounting and the per annum package offered was between 45,000 and 60,000 according to qualification and experience. The listing declared to prefer a CPA, but it was not compulsory. The job responsibilities required preparing account reconciliations of general accounts monthly, preparing bank reconciliations of the Canadian and the US accounts daily, preparing sales tax returns or remittances monthly, quarterly...

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FIN 370 Week 4 Assignment - Cash Flow Analysis Analyze the case study, "Frank Smith Plumbing." Analyze the "Frank Smith Plumbing's Financial Statement" spreadsheet. Compare the cost of the truck to the cash flow records Compile your calculations in a Microsoft® Excel® document Develop a 1,050-word analysis and include the following: • Explain why limited leverage is good for business. Show the profitability of the project so that Stephanie can convince her father to purchase the truck by borrowing money. • Explain how Stephanie should convince her mother that it is...

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1. Individual Assignment: Federal Reserve Paper   * Resources: U.S. Federal Reserve Web site * Locate the section for _Monetary Policy_ and the section for _Monetary Policy Report to the Congress_, from the U.S. Federal Reserve Web site http://www.federalreserve.gov * Read the most recent report by the Federal Reserve Chairman. * Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper on the U.S. Federal Reserves monetary policy that addresses the following points:   * Define the purpose and function of money * Explain how the central bank manages a nations monetary system. * Outline the stated...

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Final Paper The final paper should demonstrate an application of your knowledge of Organizational Management by synthesizing the information from the readings and class work into work and life experience. Your paper may include information and examples from previous experience as well as implications for future application. Focus of the Final Paper The final paper should apply one of the Change Models from the course text to a major business organization (Ford, GM, Chrysler, IBM, Citigroup, Bank of America, Southwest Airlines, Best Buy Stores, etc.). In your paper: Analyze the changes...

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Assignment Expectations: What's referred to as "Case A" in the article tracks the initial implementation of the balanced scorecard through the establishment of the first set of objectives for each of the perspectives. As you'll see, Table 2 in the article (p. 57) presents a list of performance measures suggested by bank personnel as intermediaries toward the achievement of the three main financial goals: loan balances, deposit balances, and non-interest income. The first step is to categorize each of the performance measures in Table 2 as belonging to one of the four perspectives (to...

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**MGT 448 Week 4 DQs** What are the international and regional institutions that comprise the global monetary and financial system? What role do these institutions play in promoting global business operations? Under what conditions is it better to borrow funds from a domestic (home country) bank? When might it be necessary to borrow from a target country financial institution? Explain your answer. What are the elements of capital budgeting? How do you determine these elements in the global business arena? Provide examples of how you would use capital budgeting analysis to determine the...

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Assignment Expectations: What's referred to as "Case A" in the article tracks the initial implementation of the balanced scorecard through the establishment of the first set of objectives for each of the perspectives. As you'll see, Table 2 in the article (p. 57) presents a list of performance measures suggested by bank personnel as intermediaries toward the achievement of the three main financial goals: loan balances, deposit balances, and non-interest income. The first step is to categorize each of the performance measures in Table 2 as belonging to one of the four perspectives (to...

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Basic Accounting Equations ACC 205 Week One Exercise Assignment Basic Accounting Equations 1. Recognition of normal balances The following items appeared in the accounting records of Triguero's, a retail music store that also sponsors concerts. Classify each of the items as an asset, liability, revenue, or expense from the company's viewpoint. Also indicate the normal account balance of each item. Classification Normal Balance a. The albums, tapes, and CDs held for sale to...

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Dr. Paul Kozlowski BUS305 Competitive Analysis and Business Cycles Submitted by: Jason K. Hauck MODULE 3 CASE In its television ads, eBay describes itself as the place to get "it," whatever it may be. The company deliberately leaves "it" undefined to emphasize the immense variety of goods available for auction on its site. "It" is anything a consumer can imagine. EBay is a Web auctioneer. It's an online payment processor and bank of sorts (PayPal). It's a ticket seller (StubHub). It's a global Internet telephone service (Skype). It's a classified ad...

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Federal Reserve Paper Federal Reserve Paper Federal Reserve Paper The function and purpose of money is very simple; Money is meant to assist trade making life better. The purpose of money, whether it is credit cards, demand deposits or currency, it's a means of exchange to buy services and goods. It is a known fact that all humans' beings will accept it and also a tool taken in exchange for something else. Money has three functions in the economy. They are, the store of value which is has value and is transferred from one person to the next when purchasing services or goods, the unit of...

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Corporate Social Responsibility Social responsibility in business can be defined as the obligation an organization has to minimize its negative social impact on stakeholders and to maximize its positive impact. In this case study we are introduced to a small local grocery chain referred to as Company Q. Located in a major metropolis, Company Q has recently closed some stores in areas of the city with higher crime-rates. They have started to stock a very limited amount of organic and health-conscience products after years of requests from their customers. Management has declined...

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Week4 Individual DQ 2 Due Week4 Day 5 Please post your response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply: What is meant by the term check tampering? What are the five methods check tampering? Check tampering is altering a check or producing a check with false information. There are many ways a check can be tampered with. The maker of the check or the payee of the check can be altered. The amount of the check can be altered also. The endorsement can be forged. Bank account numbers can also be altered. It may appear a check is from a reputable business...

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What is the fraud known as kiting, and how can the auditor detect it? What is the fraud known as lapping, and how can the auditor detect it? The term "lapping" refers to an employee's stealing the cash receipts of a company and then covering the amount with a following day's payment received for another customer's account. A "lapping" operation is possible when a single employee has access to both cash and accounts receivable records. The auditor is alerted to the possibility of a "lapping" operation when duties are not properly separated. Surprise confirmation is the primary means...

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What is the difference between contractionary and expansionary monetary policy? What is the intention of each policy under a depression, recession, or robust economy? Which type of monetary policy is more appropriate today and why? Contractionary monetary policy is enacted by the central bank to reduce the supply of money, especially when inflation threatens a county's economy. On the other hand, expansionary monetary policy is enacted during slow economic conditions in an effort to ease aces to credit and expand money supply of a country. During a depression, expansionary monetary...

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Acc 300 Accounting Equation Accounting Equation ACC 300 Accounting Equation The accounting equation is an important part of a financial statement. It gives, at all times, proper information because it gathers the appropriate numbers that explain a company's assets. A balance sheet portrays the financial situation of a company at any given point. The accounting equation is known as: Assets equals Liabilities plus Owner's Equity. Assets refer to the resources that the business owns, such as accounts receivable, machinery and equipment, land and buildings, inventory, cash...

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Biography of Lynda Peagram Lynda Peagram was born on the 28th of December 1961 she weighed 8lb 3oz. She first started school at the age of 5 at lee chapel south in 1966. Then in 1973 she started secondary school at woodlands in Basildon. Lynda started work in 1978 in London in the bank of England. Then in 1982 she got engaged to Gary Peagram and a year later they got married at holy cross church in Basildon. They then got their dog Mac he was a boxer and as a puppy used to chew everything up. In 1989 she gave birth to her first child Clare michelle Peagram on the 3rd may. When Clare...

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? WGU -Ethical Issues in Business Corporations have a duty to be socially responsible. Social responsibility is the "obligation to take action that protects and improves the welfare of society as a whole" (Ross, 1988). Company Q is a small local grocery store chain that recently made decisions to benefit their company but there decision were not considered socially responsible. First, they closed stores in less desirable neighborhoods due to alleged profit loss reported from these stores. Secondly, customers have requested that Company Q provide healthier food selections and include...

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Week4 Individual DQ 2 Due Week4 Day 5 Please post your response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply: What is meant by the term check tampering? What are the five methods check tampering? Check tampering is altering a check or producing a check with false information. There are many ways a check can be tampered with. The maker of the check or the payee of the check can be altered. The amount of the check can be altered also. The endorsement can be forged. Bank account numbers can also be altered. It may appear a check is from a reputable business...

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What is the fraud known as kiting, and how can the auditor detect it? What is the fraud known as lapping, and how can the auditor detect it? The term "lapping" refers to an employee's stealing the cash receipts of a company and then covering the amount with a following day's payment received for another customer's account. A "lapping" operation is possible when a single employee has access to both cash and accounts receivable records. The auditor is alerted to the possibility of a "lapping" operation when duties are not properly separated. Surprise confirmation is the primary means...

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A+ Solution Answer the following questions: 1. Who is Zits; what has happened to him and his parent? 2. What is Zits portrayal of foster parents? See p. 8. Do you agree with him? Explain. 3. Why does Zits end up in jail? 4. What is Zits like? Describe him? Do you find him to be sympathetic/unsympathetic/ambiguous? Explain. 5. What is Zits relationship with Dave the cop? Why is it that way? 6. What is the White boys name, and why is his name significant? Why does Zits like him? What do you think of him? 7. What do you think happens after the bank scene? 8. Who is Hank Storm, and...

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AIR 236 Research Essay •This exercise involves one essay. The essay word length cannot be more or less than 10% of the set word limit (2,000 words). •Students are to submit their assignments through the AIR 236 Assignment Submission icon (drop-box) in the Assessment folder. Questions Write an essay to answer one of the following questions. 1) Significant contemporary problems are facing the World Trade Organization’s goal of trade liberalisation. What are some of these? Illustrate your answer with relevant examples. 2) Did the impact of the Global Financial Crisis cast doubt...

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A+ Solution In the introduction, I want to talk about why this question is worth researching. For example, make sure to mention that during the last 10 years, Chinese government has been accumulating vast amount of the foreign reserves ( Please use data to show the increase in foreign reserves from Chinese official webpage) and they need to do something with all that money. One of the things they are doing all the time is to buy T-Bolls. But now with the global economic downturn, all the stimulus packages going on in the US economy, the dollar will be depreciating in the future. It...

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A+ Solution Education Instruction: create 5 community resources and includes a description for each item; Suggestions for classroom use are to be included for each resource. Must include special needs and linguistically diverse. The 5 list of resources that support arts includes museum. Provide a description for each and identify the curriculum areas that can be supported by each one. How would you use it in your classroom. This is my 5 resources for my paper with detail. 1.Miami Children Museum 980 Macarhur Cswy. Miami, Fl 33132 305-258-3543 At the museum children get...

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LAW 531 Contract Creation and Management Simulation LAW/531 University of Phoenix Contract Creation and Management Simulation The simulation begins in the middle of a major dispute between a software-developing company, Span Systems, and one of its customers, Citizen-Schwartz AG (C-S), a large German bank. The two companies are in dispute over the quality and timeliness of deliverables. There have been major bugs found by C-S during testing and are worried about Span not fulfilling the one-year contract, which is worth 6 million. Span's main concern is securing a larger contract...

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In general, account means the record of the payment transaction which takes place between a buyer and seller for a particular time period. The classification of the accounts depends on the specific purpose. But in general, there are two types of the accounts - personal and impersonal account. Personal accounts are related to any person or institution or any company account. It includes bank a/c and creditor a/c etc. Impersonal accounts are further two types - real accounts and nominal accounts. Real accounts are related to the assets which can be felt or touched like building account,...

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Running Head: Assignments from the Readings Assignments from the Readings Name ACC/400 - Week Three Instructor's Name: Name Date Chapter -10 1) Georgia Lazenby believes a current liability is a debt that can be expected to be paid in one year. Is Georgia correct? Explain. Answer? Georgia is absolutely right, because current liabilities are defined as the obligations due to be paid or settled by the company in one year or the current operating cycle, whichever time-period is the greater. For example, the bank loan installment to be paid in one year will come under current...

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Appendix G Building a Medical Vocabulary Ch. 6, 7, & 14 Complete activities A, B, & C, and post to the Individual forum. A.Use the word bank below to build the medical word that corresponds to each definition in problems 1-17. Word parts may be used more than once. Click the grey box to begin typing. -um -ic -blast kerat/o- home/o- -poiesis sebace/o- adip/o- calc/i theli/o- coll/a- leuk/o- -ose norm/o- hemat/o- melan/o- epi- ton/o- -osis -ous system/o- phag/o- -stasis -poetin -gen hem/o- glyc/o- erythr/o- myel/o- -in lip/o- -...

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You did a good job discussing the gold standard and narrating positive and negative aspects of using a gold standard. However, in your analysis of the foreign exchange markets, you did not discuss the International Monetary Fund, Explain the purpose of the World Bank and its International Finance Corporation nor did you Identify the world's major foreign currency exchange (Fx) markets of the world ( - 20 points). GRADE: 80/100 Foreign Exchange Markets Summary Your name Axia College University of Phoenix Abstract Gold has been found and extracted on all continents....

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ACC 205 Week 1 Exercise Assignment 1200 Words Basic Accounting Equations 1. Recognition of normal balances The following items appeared in the accounting records of Triguero's, a retail music store that also sponsors concerts. Classify each of the items as an asset, liability, revenue, or expense from the company's viewpoint. Also indicate the normal account balance of each item. a. The albums, tapes, and CDs held for sale to customers. b. A long-term loan owed to Citizens Bank. c. Promotional costs to publicize a concert. d. Daily sales of merchandise sold, e. Amounts due from...

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ACC 205 Week Two Exercise Assignment Revenue and Expenses 1350 Words 1. Recognition of concepts. Ron Carroll operates a small company that books entertainers for theaters, parties, conventions, and so forth. The company's fiscal year ends on June 30. Consider the following items and classify each as either (1) prepaid expense, (2) unearned revenue, (3) accrued expense, (4) accrued revenue, or (5) none of the foregoing. a. Amounts paid on June 30 for a 1-year insurance policy b. Professional fees earned but not billed as of June 30 c. Repairs to the firm's copy machine,...

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UMUC BMGT305 Current events article critique Instructions: In this short report, you will research a current event article (no older than 180 days) that addresses the importance of knowledge and knowledge management in placing the organization at competitive advantage. Articles may be obtained from any newspaper, business reporting outlet (such as Newsweek, Wall Street Journal, FastTrack, Wired, or Inc.), business periodical, or a documented online, credible news outlet. To successfully complete this assignment, a student must understand KM and strategic alignment as well as the...

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BUS 401 Week 2 DQ 1 Dreams Do Come True Imagine that you have decided you need a new car, but not any car will do; you have decided to purchase the car of your dreams. Conduct some research as to the cost of this car. You have determined in this imagined scenario that you could afford to make a 10% down payment. You can borrow the balance either from your local bank using a four-year loan or from the dealership's finance company. If you purchase from your dealership's finance company, the APR will be 10% with your 10% down and monthly payments over three years. However, the...

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Grade Details - All Questions 1. Question : Internal controls are important because they Student Answer: prevent fraud and misleading financial statements. eliminate fraud. guarantee accurate financial statements. None of the above. Points Received: 0 of 1 Comments: 2. Question : Which of the following reflects a strong internal control system? Student Answer: All employees are well supervised. A single employee is responsible for comparing a receiving report to an invoice. All employees must take their vacations. All of the above would be...

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Why is research ethics important in business? Describe the rights and obligations of the participant, researcher, and research sponsor? Without using ethic in your business research, you might as well hand over your bank boo to a kindergartener. Using ethics in business research is a necessary to the means. One cannot make a measurable decision if you fumble with numbers, or try to change figures in making you seem as if you are an incredible leader or manager. It is a considered a moral behavior in an exchange environment. It is the ability to do what is right, without lacking....

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STAT 200 Chapter 3 Producing Data Data arise in everyday life. Some examples are: A market research company tele-surveyed 963 individuals and asked about their bank- ing preference and behaviour. Demographic information including age, gender, income level and marital status was also obtained. An online poll was conducted during the federal election period to predict the winner of the election. Eligible voters were asked which political party they were in favour of. A health organization carried out a study investigating the eectiveness of a...

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Yesenia Hernandez Week Two Assignment Revenues and Expenses ACC 205 Professor- Rodisch 1. Recognition of concepts. Jim Armstrong operates a small company that books entertainers for theaters, parties, conventions, and so forth. The company's fiscal year ends on June 30. Consider the following items and classify each as either: (1) prepaid expense, (2) unearned revenue, (3) accrued expense, (4) accrued revenue, or (5) none of the foregoing. aInterest owed on the company's bank loan, to be paid in early July - Prepaid Expense bProfessional fees earned but not billed as of June...

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Why is research ethics important in business? Describe the rights and obligations of the participant, researcher, and research sponsor? Without using ethic in your business research, you might as well hand over your bank boo to a kindergartener. Using ethics in business research is a necessary to the means. One cannot make a measurable decision if you fumble with numbers, or try to change figures in making you seem as if you are an incredible leader or manager. It is a considered a moral behavior in an exchange environment. It is the ability to do what is right, without lacking....

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Dreams Do Come True Imagine that you have decided you need a new car, but not any car will do; you have decided to purchase the car of your dreams. Conduct some research as to the cost of this car. You have determined in this imagined scenario that you could afford to make a 10% down payment. You can borrow the balance either from your local bank using a four-year loan or from the dealership's finance company. If you purchase from your dealership's finance company, the APR will be 10% with your 10% down and monthly payments over three years. However, the dealership will give you a...

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Foreign Direct Investment Imagine you are in charge of development for a developing country and were approached by a multina-tional corporation interested in locating in your country. Identify some of the benefits and some of the costs to the host country from allowing a multinational corporation to locate in a country with a developing economy. Discuss with your classmates if developmental assistance from world developmental agencies, such as the World Bank or the United Nations, would be preferable to private investment. Reference: Chapter 17, section 17.5: Help From The Private...

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What is the difference between contractionary and expansionary monetary policy? What is the intention of each policy under a depression, recession, or robust economy? Which type of monetary policy is more appropriate today and why? Contractionary monetary policy is enacted by the central bank to reduce the supply of money, especially when inflation threatens a county's economy. On the other hand, expansionary monetary policy is enacted during slow economic conditions in an effort to ease aces to credit and expand money supply of a country. During a depression, expansionary monetary...

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ACC 291 Week 2 - Chapter 10 Practice - Quiz 1 Question 1 The time period for classifying a liability as current is one year or the operating cycle, whichever is: longer. possible. shorter. probable. Question 2 To be classified as a current liability, a debt must be expected to be paid: a. out of existing current assets. b. by creating other current liabilities. c. within 2 years. d. both (a) and (b). Question 3 Maggie Sharrer Company borrows 88,500 on September 1, 2011, from Sandwich State Bank by signing an 88,500, 12%,...

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ACC 205 Week Two Exercise Assignment 1. Recognition of concepts. Ron Carroll operates a small company that books entertainers for theaters, parties, conventions, and so forth. The company's fiscal year ends on June 30. Consider the following items and classify each as either (1) prepaid expense, (2) unearned revenue, (3) accrued expense, (4) accrued revenue, or (5) none of the foregoing. a. Amounts paid on June 30 for a 1-year insurance policy b. Professional fees earned but not billed as of June 30 c. Repairs to the firm's copy machine, incurred and paid in June d. An advance...

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Why is research ethics important in business? Describe the rights and obligations of the participant, researcher, and research sponsor? Without using ethic in your business research, you might as well hand over your bank boo to a kindergartener. Using ethics in business research is a necessary to the means. One cannot make a measurable decision if you fumble with numbers, or try to change figures in making you seem as if you are an incredible leader or manager. It is a considered a moral behavior in an exchange environment. It is the ability to do what is right, without lacking....

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1. a) Amortization - Amortization is partial repayment of loan. If a country borrows money, it has to pay back the principle to the lender in each year. This payment is called amortization which will be recorded as debit from this country's capital account. b) Fixed Exchange Rate - The government or Central Bank could control the exchange rate as a specific rate to give exchange rate stability. This is an advantage that there would not have exchange risk, but there is a disadvantage as it cannot respond flexibly when the world is changing. c) Marshall-Lerner Condition - The Marshall...

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Assignment 1 Discussion-Finance Organization and Long-Term Planning- Genesis Energy Considering Genesis Energy's aggressive growth plan, Sensible Essentials suggested that its client should broaden the scope of financing beyond short-term loans and consider long-term financing options. These options would greatly enhance the ability of the operations management team to fund the capital investments and growth in operating expenses. One option is selling more equity in the company. A public stock offering might be a possibility; however, a company as young and small as Genesis...

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Assignment 1 Discussion-Finance Organization and Long-Term Planning- Genesis Energy Considering Genesis Energy's aggressive growth plan, Sensible Essentials suggested that its client should broaden the scope of financing beyond short-term loans and consider long-term financing options. These options would greatly enhance the ability of the operations management team to fund the capital investments and growth in operating expenses. One option is selling more equity in the company. A public stock offering might be a possibility; however, a company as young and small as Genesis...

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Assignment 1 Discussion-Finance Organization and Long-Term Planning- Genesis Energy Considering Genesis Energy's aggressive growth plan, Sensible Essentials suggested that its client should broaden the scope of financing beyond short-term loans and consider long-term financing options. These options would greatly enhance the ability of the operations management team to fund the capital investments and growth in operating expenses. One option is selling more equity in the company. A public stock offering might be a possibility; however, a company as young and small as Genesis...

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A+ Grade Solutions FINANCE (Portfolio Management) 301 - Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management Part 1 (30 marks) (a) The rate of return in each week for each stock and for the stock market index for the 27 weekly periods. Calculate the discrete rate of return as well as the continuously compounded rate of return. Calculate the arithmetic mean return and the geometric mean return of each stock for the entire period. Use only the discrete returns for your calculations and for the calculations in the questions that follow. (10 marks) (b) The variance of returns for each stock and...

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A+ Grade Work SOC 300 Week 9 Assignment 2 Lending Institutions, Health Care, and Human Capital Strayer University Due Week 9 and worth 200 points Use the Internet to research one (1) developing nation of your choice. Your research should include an examination of lending institutions, health care, and human capital, as well as the material covered by the Webtext and lectures in Weeks 6 through 9. Write a three to four (3-4) page research paper in which you: 1.Explore whether or not funding from international lending institutions like the World Bank and the IMF are helping or...

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Introduction: Before I began my research I basically thought credit was just a credit card. Something like money you stored that you can access with the credit card. I always thought that it was a good thing it being so easy to access money with just a card I thought it was basically magic!! I use credit because I actually have my own credit card and bank account. My plans are to surpass Tom Pavelka as the man with the highest credit score!! 1. Chapter 1: Find out what your credit report looks like, Do an introspection, dont limit your options too early, Take advantage of the...

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Liberty University BUSI 301 quiz 2 complete solutions 1. Amanda, a recent university graduate, needed a car to get to her new job. To help Amanda secure a loan for the car, Ted, a friend, agreed to pay the loan should Amanda default. Ted's promise is enforceable as long as he goes to the bank, declares his promise to guarantee Amanda's loan in front of witnesses and shakes hands on the deal giving his word. False 2. If the offer specifies no time limit in which to accept: the offeree has a reasonable time to accept 3. Josh is negotiating the sale of his car with Jonathan. Jonathan asks if...

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FIN 534 Homework Chapter 16   1. Swim Suits Unlimited is in a highly seasonal business, and the following summary balance sheet data show its assets and liabilities at peak and off-peak seasons (in thousands of dollars): Peak Off-Peak Cash $ 50 $ 30 Marketable securities 0 20 Accounts receivable 40 20 Inventories 100 50 Net fixed assets 500 500 Total assets $690 $620 Payables and accruals $ 30 $ 10 Short-term bank debt 50 0 Long-term debt 300 300 Common equity 310 310 Total claims $690 $620 From this data we may conclude that a. Swim Suits' current asset financing policy...

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FIN 324 All Assignments Week 1 Individual Assignment: Ethics Article Review Resources: Electronic Reserve Readings, Internet Locate an article discussing ethics in accounting and financial decision-making. Prepare a 350- to 700-word review of your selected article. Use the Electronic Reserve Readings (ERR) for FIN/324, the Internet, or other resources locate an article discussing ethics in accounting and financial decision making. Address the following items in your review: Summarize the article. Relate the article to the weeks assigned readings. Discuss how the concepts of...

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FIN 324 Complete Course Week 1 Individual Assignment: Ethics Article Review Resources: Electronic Reserve Readings, Internet Locate an article discussing ethics in accounting and financial decision-making. Prepare a 350- to 700-word review of your selected article. Use the Electronic Reserve Readings (ERR) for FIN/324, the Internet, or other resources locate an article discussing ethics in accounting and financial decision making. Address the following items in your review: Summarize the article. Relate the article to the weeks assigned readings. Discuss how the concepts of...

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FIN 370 All Assignments Week 1 Individual Assignment: Ethics Article Review Resources: Electronic Reserve Readings, Internet Locate an article discussing ethics in accounting and financial decision-making. Prepare a 350- to 700-word review of your selected article. Use the Electronic Reserve Readings (ERR) for FIN/324, the Internet, or other resources locate an article discussing ethics in accounting and financial decision making. Address the following items in your review: Summarize the article. Relate the article to the weeks assigned readings. Discuss how the concepts of...

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Deficits are a shortfall of the revenues under payments or expenses. An example of a deficit would be that the consumer income is $60,000 but the consumer has expenses of $70,000. The consumer has a deficit of $10,000 . The government has a large amount of deficit for example in 2009 revenues were $2,159 (in billions) while the expenditures were $4,004 (in billions) resulting in a -$1,845 (in billions) deficit. For the consumer to rise above the deficit a higher paying job would reduce the deficit. Another way would be to reduce spending until the deficit is no longer present. If the...

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Basic Accounting Equations ACC 205 Basic Accounting Equations 1. Basic concepts. Jean's Marine Supply specializes in the sale of boating equipment and accessories. Identify the items that follow as an asset (A), liability (L), revenue (R), or expense (E) from the firm's viewpoint. a. The inventory of boating supplies owned by the company. (A) b. Monthly rental charges paid for store space. (L) c. A loan owed to Citizens Bank.(L) d. New computer equipment purchased to handle daily record keeping.(A) e. Daily sales made to customers.(R) f. Amounts due from customers.(R) g....

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Contract Risk and Opportunities Memo University of Phoenix Management This memo is regarding a contract between Span Systems, a company that creates software, and Citizen-Schwarz AG, a large German bank. This memo will examine the contract issues in the Contract Creation and Management Simulation (Contract Creation, 2009). The memo will examine steps managers can take to decrease risks, resolve conflicts between the two parties, and take advantages of business opportunities. A contract is formed when two parities make an agreement to do certain acts in exchange for the other...

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Acc 290 Week Two Assignment Our team reviewed the power point presentations that were provided for us. We were amazed that there is a certain amount of psychology that goes into being a manager and a leader. We also discussed that there is a difference between being a manager and leader. Zulema, Erika, and Al are all managers as well as leaders within their organizations. Zulema who is a department manager at the bank she works for does incorporate the management skills that were discussed in our class. Erika who works as the human resource director for the company she works...

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Cjs250 Final CJS/250 FINAL THE SECURITY PLAN This store is a small convenience store called 24 Hours. 24 Hours is located 5 miles away from the local police station in Akron Ohio. This store is also located in a neighborhood with an extremely high crime rate. 24 Hours is open 24 hours a day with three separate shifts working from 6am-3pm, 3pm-11pm, and 11pm-6am. Because of the stores location they have a strict security layout and follow out orders to execute this plan on a daily basis. This plan consist of having a brinks truck come to them every 10 hours to pick up their cash...

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Cjs250 Final CJS/250 FINAL THE SECURITY PLAN This store is a small convenience store called 24 Hours. 24 Hours is located 5 miles away from the local police station in Akron Ohio. This store is also located in a neighborhood with an extremely high crime rate. 24 Hours is open 24 hours a day with three separate shifts working from 6am-3pm, 3pm-11pm, and 11pm-6am. Because of the stores location they have a strict security layout and follow out orders to execute this plan on a daily basis. This plan consist of having a brinks truck come to them every 10 hours to pick up their cash...

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discuss in your team and post a single reply and an attachment in the assignments section to the following question: What roles do volunteers and trained professional consultants play in provision of crisis intervention services? Week 4 Learning Teams Summaries Tanya - Volunteers are the back bone to any organization whether it is a food bank to a crisis intervention service. It is my belief that if a volunteer offers their time to a crisis intervention services he or she has dealt with that crisis in his or her life in some way. For...

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Another one got caught today, it's all over the papers. "Teenager Arrested in Computer Crime Scandal", "Hacker Arrested After Bank Tampering".... Damn Kids. They're all alike. But did you, in your three-piece psychology and 1950's techno-brain, ever take a look behind the eyes of the hacker? Did you ever wonder what made him tick, what forces shaped him, what may have molded him? I am a hacker, enter my world... Mine is a world that begins with school... I'm in junior high or high school. I've listened to teachers explain for the fifteenth time how to reduce a...

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Incentive Plans Paper MGT/431 Incentive Plans Paper Incentives are a very important part of any benefit package. Individual business' offer benefits and large corporations offer benefit packages. Employees of any company may not see a benefit package as incentives but a base salary plus medical, vision and dental are a plus. Working for a company that is fun means a lot given we spend 1,824 hours at work according to a study conducted in 2006 by the Bureau of Labor of statistics. Working for Bank of America would qualify as one of those jobs. Given the constant pay check and medical,...

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Phase 3 Individual Project Colorado Technical University ECON210 Principles of Macroeconomics Fiscal and Monetary Policy A fiscal policy is money that is spent by the government while a monetary policy is done by Fed or a central bank. As a president, we would need to change spending. This could be done to help create a stimulus. This could be done a number of ways with the main outcome being a way to put money back into the economy, similar to what happened in 2008 when everyone got a stimulus check or a tax break. Not only does a stimulus give people extra money to...

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Phase 3 Individual Project Colorado Technical University ECON210 Principles of Macroeconomics Fiscal and Monetary Policy A fiscal policy is money that is spent by the government while a monetary policy is done by Fed or a central bank. As a president, we would need to change spending. This could be done to help create a stimulus. This could be done a number of ways with the main outcome being a way to put money back into the economy, similar to what happened in 2008 when everyone got a stimulus check or a tax break. Not only does a stimulus give people extra money to...

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Essay Questions. 1.This is an older event that still has relevance today. One of Russia’s major exports is oil. Over an 18 month time period leading up to the summer of 1998, the price of crude oil in the world declined precipitously. As you answer the following questions answer them only as it relates to the situation in 1998, do not add any knowledge you may have of the Russian economy today. a.Assume the demand for oil is inelastic. What impact does a fall in the price