u06d1 Interview Education is a very important asset in today’s society. One of the major conditions in order to receive education is that the child must be of presences on a daily basis, being in school forms good work ethics, a positive attitude and academic success. Springfield School District Policy states “Consistent attendance is a prerequisite for assuring the academic, social and emotional growth of the student. In addition regular and punctual attendance is important to the development of responsible and effective work/study habits” (Springfield School District, 2011). My interview started at 7:00pm Monday 16, 2011 and ended at 8:45pm. But the conversations continued to 9:15pm. My experience of this interview was very insightful. Some of the answers to my question gave me more insight to my stated problem (students not coming to school on a daily). The interview went very well. I believe my questions were answered in a timely manner. I felt convertible and relax and so did my interviewer. When asking the questions I made sure that my interviewers finished answering the question at hand before asking another. Further, some of the interviewers answer’s where followed by sub-question, can you please explain your answer and more detail. When the interview was over I thanked my interviewer. The conversation continued without any questions being asked but interesting information was given by my interviewer which kept the conversation going. This was a very good interview and I am glad that this was one of our class assignments. The process of my interview involved in finding who I could get to interview. Once I knew who I wanted to interview, I talked to that person explained what the…
Option A – Sale of assets
Following is an analysis of the different requirements and effects of choosing to structure the sale of Company as a sale of assets. The analysis includes a numerical exemplification of the said effects.
I. Approval requirements
In a sale of business such as the present one, vote requirements are essential before any further analysis can be done.
In particular, as far as the seller is concerned – in the present case Company – both the approval of the board and…
Property, plant, and equipment typically consist of long-lived tangible assets used to create and distribute an entity's products and services and include:
• a. Land and land improvements
• b. Buildings
• c. Machinery and equipment
• d. Furniture and fixtures.
Historical Cost Including Interest
30-1 Paragraph 835-20-05-1 states that the historical cost of acquiring an asset includes the costs necessarily incurred to bring it to the condition and…
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IT: Where capital gain arose out of long-term capital asset was invested in
specified assets, exemption under section 54EC could not be denied on
account of fact that deeming fiction of short-term capital gain was created
under section 50
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HIGH COURT OF GUJARAT
Commissioner of Income-tax-I
Aditya Medisales Ltd.*
M.R. SHAH AND MS. SONIA GOKANI, JJ.
TAX APPEAL NO. 730 OF 2013†…
the firm as a whole is important.
In class we learned that firms need cash and other liquid assets to pay their bills as they come due. Liquidity ratios measure the relationship between a firm’s liquid assets and its current liabilities. We also learned that the three most commonly used liquidity ratios are the current, the quick and the cash ratio. Inventories are the least liquid firm’s assets. Furthermore, we learned that interpreting the ratios, that is, comparing company ratios with industry…
ratio, the manager can suggest the shareholders invest more money in the firm or can find new investors for getting more capital in the future.
Secondly, we look at total asset turnover and profit margin. Total asset turnover = = = 1.85 times. This datum shows that the sale is 1.85 times the value of the average total assets controlled by the firm. Profit margin = *100 = *100 = 4.83%. The information reports that the firm has generated 4.83cents profit before tax for every $1 of sales. We use turnover…
outline the relationship between ‘assets’ and ‘sources of finance’ as disclosed in
the balance sheet;
explain the impact of individual transactions on ‘net assets’ and ‘owner’s
capital’ contained in the balance sheet;
demonstrate the impact of profit on assets and on the owner’s capital;
show how assets and sources of finance are presented in the balance sheet, distinguishing between ‘fixed assets’ and ‘current assets’ on the one hand and
‘capital’, ‘current liabilities’…
marital assets and liabilities
(1) In a proceeding for dissolution of marriage, in addition to all other remedies available to a court to do equity between the parties, or in a proceeding for disposition of assets following a dissolution of marriage by a court which lacked jurisdiction over the absent spouse or lacked jurisdiction to dispose of the assets, the court shall set apart to each spouse that spouse's nonmarital assets and liabilities, and in distributing the marital assets and liabilities…
the competitive condition in the Australia banking industry through three different aspects. First we investigate and compare the total assets of all banks from 2006 to 2012. Second, we measure the level and evaluation of banking competition between 2006 and 2012. Competition is measured by the concentration ratios and Herfindahl Index, using the data on total assets of all banks. Third, we support our analysis by linking competition with all banks and credit unions profitability base on the net interest…
i - changes constantly
(every time an
ii - shows assets, liabilities and equities as of a
specific date. Prepared at least once per year.
iii - uses original cost (historical cost principle) for
Current Fair Market Value (FMV) used for some assets like
marketable securities since daily price is readily available.
iv - Only shows items that can be expressed in
monetary units ($) Which assets or liabilities can’t be
expressed in $$$?
lecture): what characterizes Starbucks’ products and their customers (i.e., the product-market component)? What are Starbucks’ core customer value propositions? And lastly, what does Starbucks do exceptionally well (e.g., think about the 6 types of assets and competencies that firms develop)?
Product market component:
+Diversification: Product mixes (a variety of pastries, sodas, and juices, along with coffee-related accessories and equipment, music CDs, games, and seasonal novelty items)