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Accounting
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On 23 April 2016 Marylin received a  lump sum benefit  from her complying superannuation plan. The benefit is for $300,000, made up of a $190,000 tax free component and $110,000 taxable component paid from an  element taxed in the fund . Marylin was born on 1 September 1959. Based on this information what amount will Marylin bring to account as assessable income? Select one: a. $110,000b. $370,000c. $150,000d. Nil Ms Chew is a resident taxpayer, 58 years of age and single. She worked for Oricson for 20 years but because of a downturn in the economy her employment was terminated on 1 July 2015. Ms Chew received a payout of $70,000 in recognition of her contribution to the Company. Ms Chew has not received a previous Employment Termination Payment and has no other taxable income for the year ended 30 June 2016. Based on this information how much tax will she pay  including Medicare levy ? Select one: a. $11,900b. $10,900c. $22,400d. No tax. On 23 April 2016 Marylin received a  lump sum  benefit from her  complying superannuation fund . The benefit is for $300,000, made up of a $190,000 tax free component and $110,000 taxable component paid from an  element taxed in the fund . Marylin was born on 1 September 1943. Based on this information what amount will Marylin bring to account as assessable income? Select one: a. $110,000b. $370,000c. $150,000d. Nil
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Accounting
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Mt. Langi issues a two-year corporate bond on 31 December, 2012 at the coupon rate of 10.5%, with a face value of $100 and interest paid semi-annually.  One year later, the 2-year government bond remained unchanged at 4%, and the risk profile of Mt Langi to add to this risk free rate as compensation has not changed, at 6.5%. What would be the market price of the Mt Langi 2-year bond one year prior to maturity?  (Roundup to two decimal places)
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Accounting
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Consider the following two independent material events:  i. Bartholomew Mumford was the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and director of Little Lion Ltd, until he suddenly passed away. After his death, his son Benedict Mumford became the new CEO of Little Lion Ltd and begun on a cost-cutting exercise throughout the organisation, which included a reduction in key staff in the credit department.  ii. During the planning stage of the audit of Little Lion Ltd, the audit senior assessed the sales control systems to be effective. But when testing sales, the audit assistant traced two sales to supporting documentation (sales invoices) with dates for the prior financial year.  For each of the two events described above:  (a) Provide a brief explanation as to why the situation constitutes an audit risk. (6 marks)  (b) Indicate and justify the component of the audit risk model affected (i.e., inherent risk, control risk, or detection risk). (6 marks)  (c) Indicate the key account balances(s) affected. (6 marks)  (d) Indicate the audit assertions(s) to be tested. (6 marks) 
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Accounting
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Mt. Langi issues a two-year corporate bond on 31 December, 2012 at the coupon rate of 10.5%, with a face value of $100 and interest paid semi-annually. One year later, the 2-year government bond has fallen to 1%, though the risk profile of Mt Langi to add to this risk free rate as compensation has not changed, at 6.5%.  What would be the market price of the Mt Langi 2-year bond one year prior to maturity? (Roundup to two decimal places)
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Accounting
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Mt. Langi issues a two-year corporate bond on 31 December, 2012 at the coupon rate of 10.5%, with a face value of $100 and interest paid semi-annually. One year later, the 2-year government bond has fallen to 1%, though the risk profile of Mt Langi to add to this risk free rate as compensation has not changed, at 6.5%.  What would be the market price of the Mt Langi 2-year bond one year prior to maturity? (Roundup to two decimal places)
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Accounting
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Suess Inc issues a 2-year corporate bond on 31 December, 2012 with a coupon rate of 7.6%, with a face value of $100 and interest paid semi-annually.Eighteen months later, the 2-year government bond has fallen to 1%, though the risk profile of Suess Inc remains that of a BBB-rated company, 2%.What would be the market price of the Suess Inc 2-year bond, 6 months prior to maturity?(Roundup to two decimal places)
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Accounting
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Consider the following two independent material events:  i. Bartholomew Mumford was the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and director of Little Lion Ltd, until he suddenly passed away. After his death, his son Benedict Mumford became the new CEO of Little Lion Ltd and begun on a cost-cutting exercise throughout the organisation, which included a reduction in key staff in the credit department.  ii. During the planning stage of the audit of Little Lion Ltd, the audit senior assessed the sales control systems to be effective. But when testing sales, the audit assistant traced two sales to supporting documentation (sales invoices) with dates for the prior financial year.  For each of the two events described above:  (a) Provide a brief explanation as to why the situation constitutes an audit risk. (6 marks)  (b) Indicate and justify the component of the audit risk model affected (i.e., inherent risk, control risk, or detection risk). (6 marks)  (c) Indicate the key account balances(s) affected. (6 marks)  (d) Indicate the audit assertions(s) to be tested. (6 marks) 
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Accounting
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Accounting
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true or false 1. An accounting cycle is always equal to one calendar period. 2. A one year accounting period may be a calendar year or a fiscal year. 3. The accounting cycle is observed primarily to evaluate performance from period to period. 4. An accounting period is always comprised of one year or twelve months. 5. Formal financial statements can be prepared even if there are no working papers. 6. The primarily objective of the accounting activity is to state an opinion regarding the fairness of financial statements. 7. The basic procedure in making a trial balance is to check the accuracy of the debit and credit. 8. The debit balance of a closed account is equal to its credit balance. 9. When the trial balance is balanced, it proves the accuracy of the bookkeeping records. 10. Adjusting entries should be made at the beginning of an accounting record. 11. Closing entries are made at the end of the accounting period. 12. Not all of the adjusting entries need a reversal. 13. A worksheet is not part of formal accounting records. 14. Reversing entries are done at the start of a new accounting period. 15. In a one-year accounting period, the closing entries are done ahead of the reversing entries. 16. A trial balance is just one of the basic financial statements. 17. When the total debit of an account is equal to its total credits, the account is said to be an open account. 18. After closing entries, the debit  side of an expense account is equal to its credit side. 19. After closing entries, the credit side of a revenue account is greater than its debit side. 20. A fiscal year always starts in January. 21. Transferring nominal accounts to the capital account is done at the start of the accounting period. 22. When an account's total debits are more than its total credits, the account is said to be an open account with a debit balance. 23. To accrue means to pay the expenses when this became due. 24. To record the expenses incurred for the current year, even if these are to be paid in the following year, in accordance to accrual accounting. 25. The nominal accounts are extended to the Statement of Com[rehensive Income columns of the worksheet. 26. Only real accounts are extended to the Statement of Financial Position columns of the worksheets. 27. All asset accounts are nominal accounts. Multiple choice : 1. All of the following do not come first in the accounting proccess except, a. the preparation of an unadjusted trial balance b. the worksheet preparation c. the journalizing external transactions  d. the preparation of an adjusted trial balance. 2.  All of the following statements are correct concerning the worksheet, except one, a. a worksheet is essentially a working tool of the accountant. b. a worksheet is distributed to management and other intersted parties. c. a worksheet cannot be used as a basis for posting to ledger accounts d. financial statements can be prepared directly from  the worksheet before the adjusting entries are journalized and posted. 3. Which of the following describe the correct effect of closing entries? a. only nominal and temporary accounts are closed with closing entries. b. owners drawing is the only real account that is being closed with closing entries. c. closing entries will also reduce the contra asset accunt to zero. d. the income summary account is a real account with the same nature as capital. 4. A series of recurring accounting activities from the beginning to the end of a given accounting period is called, a. accounting cycle b. accounting period  c. accounting time line  d. accounting entries 5. Which of the following is correct? a. it is during the accounting period that the accounting cycle takes place. b. an accounting period is the duration of time the transactions are recorded, and at the end of which the financial statements are prepared c. the accounting period is always a one-year period d. the accounting cycle is the group of steps and procedures followed in recording the transactions and preparing the finanacial statements. 6. In the second year of an accounting period, which of the following steps come first? a. journalizing underlying transactions  b. adjusting entries c. closing entries d. reversing entries 7. Which of the following is equal to the SFP? a. unadjusted trial balance b. adjusted trial balance c. post-closing trial balance d. unbalance trial balance 8. Which of the following is incorrect? a. accrual means to accumulate over a period of time b. deferral means to postpone until some future time c. accrual is a record of income earned regardless of collection d. deferral is a record of expense incurred regardless of when it is paid 9. Which of the following is to be extended to the SCI columns of the worksheet? a. unearned income b. unused supplies c. expired insurance premium d. accumulated depreciation 10. Which of the following is not to be extended to the SFP columns of the worksheet? a. unearned income b. unused supplies c. expired insurance premium  d. accumulated depreciation 11. If a trial balance were to be prepared on the first day of the new year, and the account salaries expense had a credit balance, you would know that a. the trial balance is a post-closing trial balance b. the adjusting entries have been recorded c. a reversing entry has been made  d. the trial balance is an adjusted trial balance 12. Reversing entries are a. optional b. made by generally accepted accounting principles c. required by generally accepted accounting principles d. made prior to preparing a post-closing trial balance 13. Which of the following will have an open account in the post-closing trial balance? a. used supplies b. unearned interest income c. interest expense d. rent income 14. Which general ledger account will need footing? a. general ledger account with more than one entry on each side b. general ledger account with only one entry on each side c. general ledger account with no entry in both sides d. general ledger account with one entry on one side 15. Which of the following statements is correct? a. when the debit total and the credit total of an account are equal, the account is said to be an open accpont b. when the debit total and the credit total of an account are not equal, the account is said to be a closed account c. the difference between the debit and credit total of an account is said to be the account balance d. if the debit total of an account is greater than its credit total, the account is said to be a deficit. 16. Which of the following is a justification for the necessity of a year-end adjustments? a. some accounts have temporary balances b. some are mixed accounts c. error in valuation was incurred d. all of the choices 17. Which of the following is not normally done at the ned of the accounting period ? a. journalizing underlying transactions b. adjusting entries  c. closing entries d. reversing entries 18. Which of the following is not part of the heading of a trial balance? a. name of the business entity b. title of financial statement c. title of accounting work d. date of the trial balance 19. All of the following are required steps in the accounting cycle except a. journalizing and posting closing entries b. preparing an adjusted trial balance c. preparing a post-closing trial balance d. preparing a worksheet 20. Worksheets are prepared beacause they a. are required by generally accepted accounting principles b. aid in the preparation of the financial statements, adjusting entries, and closing entries c. constitute a permanent record of all adjusting entries made for the period d. are necessary for the preparation of financial statements 21. If the initial sum of the SFP credit column on a worksheet is greater than its debit column, a. the sum of the Statement of Comprehensive Income credit column must be exceed the sum of the Statement of Comprehensive Income debit column b. a loss occured during the period c. an error was made on the worksheet d. all of the above 22. Some firms adjust their accounts and close their books only on an annual basis. For this firms, a. worksheets may be prepared on an interim basis b. worksheets are
not needed c. worksheets are prepared only on annual basis d. none of the above 25. On an adjusted trial balance, the capital account reflects the a. results of the udjusting entries b. increase to revenue and expense c. period end balance d. beginning of the period balance 26. The types of accounts which closing entries reduce to a zero balance at the end of the accounting period is a. revenue b. expenses c. drawings d. all of the above 27. A final check on the adjusting and closing process is provided by the  a. worksheet b. financial statements c. post closing trial balance d. adjusted trial balance
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Economics
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What do you make of Karl Marx’s contributions to sociology? What perceptions of Marx have you been exposed to in your society, and how do those perceptions influence your views? **Please include at least 2 in-text citations!
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Economics
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Can you walk me through how to get the solution for this problem? Suppose a consumer’s preferences can be represented by the utility function U(X,Y) = Min (2X,Y).  Also, suppose the consumer has $300 to spend and the price of Good X is PX = $3 and the price of Good Y is PY = $1.  If the consumer maximizes their utility subject to their budget constraint, how much of Good X and how much of Good Y will the consumer purchase?
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Accounting
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What factor should be considered when deciding whether to use simple activity-based costing system to assign manufacturing overhead to products?
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Creative Writing
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This is an exercise in examining socio-centric and ethical reasoning.   Do the following: Reflect on your mindset and a cultural belief that is a central tenet of your life. Explore the benefits and challenges of egocentric thinking. Identify the logic used to make the claims presented in the scholarly article. Develop a logical argument with causal explanations or hypotheses, which can square egocentric thinking and cultural and religious, social or political beliefs with logic and reason.  Cite your source as evidence. Remember that critical thinking is not just your opinion; rather, it is a claim that provides evidence that helps you prove an argument.
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Accounting
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Are there any entities outside the company that benefit from a certain company's periodic reporting?
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Accounting
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Even in our close personal relationships, we can communicate both impersonally and personally within the same interaction. ture or false
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Accounting
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Although Mark goes to the same coffee shop every morning, he hasn't learned the barista's name and sometimes fails to notice when someone else is working her shift. Mark's relationship with the barista can best be described as A. linear B. I-It C. I-Thou D. interactional E. intrapersonal
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Accounting
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At the beginning of 2013, Norris Company had a deferred tax liability of $6,100, because of the use of MACRS depreciation for income tax purposes and units-of-production depreciation for financial reporting. The income tax rate is 30% for 2012 and 2013, but in 2012 Congress enacted a 40% tax rate for 2014 and future years.       Norris's accounting records show the following pretax items of financial income for 2013: income from continuing operations, $156,000 (revenues of $346,000 and expenses of $190,000); gain on disposal of Division F, $21,400; extraordinary loss, $11,100; loss from operations of discontinued Division F, $11,300; and prior period adjustment, $14,700, due to an error that understated revenue in 2012. All of these items are taxable; however, financial depreciation for 2013 on assets related to continuing operations exceeds tax depreciation by $4,200. Norris had a retained earnings balance of $154,000 on January 1, 2013, and declared and paid cash dividends of $40,000 during 2013.
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Accounting
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E2-2 Stine Company uses a job order cost system. On May 1, the company has a balance in Work in Process Inventory of $3,500 and two jobs in process: Job No. 429 $2,000, and Job No. 430 $1,500. During May, a summary of source documents reveals the following  
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Economics
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Using your selected agency, assume it is expecting a 25-percent increase of citizens needing services. Unfortunately, the governor has reduced your overall budget for the current year by 30 percent. Discuss one or two creative ways the agency can raise money to offset the budget cuts. Justify your response with one or two examples. Review attachment “Dangerous Stratagems”  Discuss one strategy that is the most dangerous and one strategy that is the least dangerous. Justify your response with one or two reasons.
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Accounting
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The following production data were taken from the records of the Finishing Department for July: Inventory in process, July 1, 40% completed 4,000 units Transferred to finished goods during July 37,500 units Ending work in process during July, 20% completed 3,500 units Determine the total equivalent units for direct materials, assuming that the first-in, first-out method is used to cost inventories. Assume that all direct materials are placed in the process at the beginning of production.
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Accounting
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Roger is one of 75 members in Justin's S corporation. He is aware that current regulations allow up to 100 members. He believes all 75 members must agree on any new members. Is he correct? Why or why not? Current regulations governing S corporation do not allow foreigners to be shareholders. Given the global markets, Justin feels this regulation should be changed. Is it necessary that the regulation should be changed? Why or why not? Do foreign owners of S corporation weaken or strengthen U.S. corporations? Does simply filing an S corporation tax return make the business an S corporation? Analyze and explain how the election of S corporation is made. Manufacturing firms should not organize as S corporation. Why or why not?
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Accounting
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Justin's firm has been a corporation since its inception and is now an S corporation. He was excited about becoming an S corporation until he found out he is taxed just like an individual. On the basis of the above scenario, answer the following questions: Is it correct that Justin will be taxed like an individual now? Why or why not? Justin says he can raise more capital as an S corporation? Is he correct? Why or why not? Justin believes the management of an S corporation is structured just like that of a corporation. Is he correct? Why or why not? Justin wants to go back to being a corporation. Can he do so? Why or why not? If Justin wishes to change his status, must all of the shareholders agree? Why or why not? An S corporation is similar to a C corporation. However, it cannot issue common stock. Discuss why it is so. Justify your response with the help of reasoning and examples.
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Business Law
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Drum’s cow was offered for sale at auction. One of the clauses contained in the auctioncatalogue stated that ‘no animal is … sold with a warranty unless specifically mentioned atthe time of offering, and no warranty so given shall have any legal effect or force unless theterms thereof appear on the purchaser’s account’. Bidding was slow because of the cow’spoor appearance. In a bid to get things moving, Drum said: ‘There is nothing wrong withher … I will guarantee her in every respect’. Harp, on hearing this, successfully bid for thecow only to find when he got her home that she had TB. She died shortly thereafter.Will the warranty in the catalogue protect Drum if Harp brings an action against him forcompensation?
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