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Abstract of unicon investment solutionUnicon customers have the advantage of trading in all the market segments together in the same window, as we understand the need of transactions to be executed with high speed and reduced time. At the same time, they have the advantage of having all Advisory Services for Life Insurance, General Insurance, Mutual Funds and IPO’s also.
Unicon is a customer focused financial services organization providing a range of investment solutions to our customers. We work with clients to meet their overall investment objectives and achieve their financial goals. Our clients have the opportunity to get personalized services depending on their investment
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nongovernmental not-for profit organizations. Users of these financial reports include investors, creditors, mangers, unions, and government agencies.
Since governments exist for the well being of citizens by providing public services, not for the purpose of generating returns to the owner(s), Governmental/Not-for-Profit Accounting lacks a residual ownership claim and the organization’s purpose is something other than to provide goods and services at a profit; it emphasizes on budgets, legal compliance, and efficiency and effectiveness measures other than income. These governmentally related not-for-profit organizations may include colleges and universities, health care entities, museums
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regulatory standards and improve international cooperation.
The first objective is to “promote robust supervision and regulation of financial firms.” The first objective argues that financial institutions that are critical to market functioning should be subject to strong oversight. The aftershock of crisis tells us that no financial firm that could pose a significant risk to the financial system should be unregulated or weakly regulated because very much depends on it. The government assumes that they need a clear accountability in financial oversight and supervision of the major financial firms. In going forward with the plan a new Financial Services Oversight Council will be created
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Financial Environment Worksheet
University Of Phoenix
November 18, 2013
Financial Environment Worksheet
Financial Environments Worksheet
Identify three examples of entities with for-profit, not-for-profit, and government financial environments in the health care industry. Compare the similarities and differences between the for-profit, not-for-profit, and government financial environments.
| |For-Profit |Not-for-Profit |Government |
|Exampl|1.Tenet Health Care |1. American Cancer Association |1. Veterans Affair |
|es |2. Blue Cross
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ACCT 431-Fall 2014
The Dodd-Frank Act, also known as the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The Dodd-Frank Act was introduced in the House of Representatives by Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank, and by the Senate Banking Committee former Chairman Chris Dodd and therefor named after the two men. The Dodd-Frank represents the most comprehensive financial regulatory reform measures taken since the Great Depression; it was initiated in response to the devastating Financial Crisis of 2007-2008. In simplest terms, the Dodd-Frank Act is a law that places major regulations on the financial industry. In general
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| (Amount earned from providing services to clients) |
5. Expense accounts.
* Salaries Expense | (Amount earned by employees for work already done) |
* Advertising Expense | (Cost incurred for advertising, promotions, and other marketing activites) |
An annual report, a document issued by management to the shareholders of a company, presents financial information and results of operations for the past fiscal year. The annual report includes financial statements, notes to financial statements, management's discussion and analysis of financial condition, and the auditor's report.
* Financial Statements:
Financial statements include four
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Human Services Profession
Susan Breedlove, Bambi Shelnutt, Tosha Hawes, Frances Macmillan
July 27, 2015
Human Services Profession
Someone who works in human services works with children and families, caseworkers at DCS, licensed social workers, and residential directors at social service agencies, human service technicians or assistants. They will also work with professional like Psychologist and counselors. Where a social worker offers financial, personal, mental health and physical assistance to disadvantaged and disabled individuals to help them get back on their feet. (PSG, 2015) They both play vital roles in the social services field helping people
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banks. The main functions of commercial banks are to provide:
• Retail banking services such as the acceptance of deposit, granting of loans and advances, and financial guarantees;
• Trade financing facilities such as letters of credit, discounting of trade bills, shipping guarantees, trust receipts and Banker’s Acceptances;
• Treasury services;
• Cross border payment services; and
• Custody services such as safe deposits and share custody.
Finance companies form the second largest group of deposit-taking institutions in Malaysia. Finance companies were initially governed by BNM through the Finance Companies Act 1969. This was replaced in 1989 with the Banking and
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standing compared to where it envisions being.
3) Analytical capabilities of SAP’s HANA which processes years’ worth of data in a matter of seconds will also be an integral part of the finance role. Maintaining cash flow is essential to keep the organization functioning on a daily basis. Data analytics can be used to conduct “Variance Analysis” which is a comparison of projected cash flow against actual cash flow. Such a comparison over different periods gives a financial analyst vital insight about cash flow requirements and helps him better anticipate times when greater cash flow is needed, for example purchasing bulk material, handing out bonuses.
4) i-Views containing SAP services will assist the financial analyst to view detailed reports before they are published. Access to these reports helps the analyst ensure that all financial reports comply with government laws.
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steer a company to make decisions about what products or services they want to continue offering, or what services they may want to add.
There are also ethical decisions that must be considered. Take the example of Martha Stewart, who was imprisoned for using insider information to prevent large losses on stock she owned. Financial information may be reported incorrectly or falsified as in the case of Enron and WorldCom. The Sarbanes-Oxley act was created to help remove the threat of individuals with power from covering up financial information to make personal gains.
To conclude, it is important to consider all the key people involved when making financial decisions or reviewing financial
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Services. However, due to an economic downturn and decreased tax funds in the current year, the government will not be able to provide this extra support next year. In light of these changes, the managers of Elder Services are trying to decide how to balance the budget.
Your consulting firm, HBC110 Consulting, has been employed by Elder Services to assist with a financial analysis of its operations. The objective of the anlaysis is to provide guidance to management on how best they can balance the budget. As part of your analysis your manager at HBC110 Consulting, has requested the following specific information be incorporated into your report: 1. The contribution
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people and businesses to save additional funds. Financial institutions provide loans so businesses can grow more without sole reliance on their own funds. Without loans and the ability to earn interest on savings, the economy would suffer due to society having less demand for products and services, which could affect employment. Financial institutions provide people with one central location for their money which in return allows these institutions to help others. Financial institutions make money from their members’ deposits and savings. Making money this way allow financial institutions to be able to loan additional funds to the others creating a circle of lending and earning money.
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medium a. Oral responses to the auditor from employees of the company under audit.
d b. Written communications from company employees or outsiders.
c. Observations made by an auditor.
d. Evidence may take any of the above forms.
16. Which of the following services provides the lowest level of assurance on a financial statement?
medium a. A review.
a b. An audit.
c. Neither service provides assurance on financial statements.
d. Each service provides the same level of assurance on financial statements.
17. The three requirements for becoming a CPA include all but which of the following?
medium a. Uniform CPA examination requirement.
c b. Educational
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owned subsidiary, ABC Company’s liability is limited to the capital invested in the company removing the additional risk to the business should another significant failure occur in the sub-prime mortgage market.
Professional Responsibilities of a CPA
In a strict interpretation, a CPA is an individual who has completed the Certified Public Accountants examination and achieved the necessary experience to be licensed as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). The principle role of a CPA is to attest to the accuracy of the internal controls and information contained in financial reports. In this role, CPAs can provide services for financial accounting analysis and planning, forensic
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created when a patient cannot pay for the service rendered because he or she has no insurance, and is not able to afford to pay. Another area of concern is when insurance does not pay a bill when there are errors in submitting the claim. This will prevent the organization from making a profit.
America spends an enormous part of its economy in health care yet the payment system is as complicated as it can be. There is no simple way to pay for services. There are third party payers involved, and patients having no insurance complicate things. Financial health care management has become challenging for managers. Managers must understand many functions of financial management to be
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BSA 500 Week Balance Sheet and Income Statement Commentary (NEW)
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Balance Sheet and Income Statement Commentary
Select four publicly traded companies: one in the same industry as Riordan Manufacturing, one in the same industry as Huffman Trucking, one in the same industry as Kudler Fine Foods, and one in the same industry as McBride Financial Services.
Obtain a current balance sheet and income statement for each selected organization.
Write a commentary on each organization’s balance sheet and income statement; your total report should be a formal UoP paper of 500-1000 words. See the Course Notes for sources of financial
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business decisions based solely on qualitative analysis, business owners or managers can use management accounting information as a decision-making tool. Management accounting usually provides a quantitative analysis for various decision opportunities. Business owners can review each opportunity through the prism of quantitative analysis to assure they have a clear understanding relating to business decisions.
Increase Financial Returns
Business owners can also use management accounting to increase their company’s financial returns. Management accountants can prepare financial forecasts relating to consumer demand, potential sales or the effects of consumer price changes in the economic marketplace. Business owners will often use this information to ensure they can produce enough goods or services to meet consumer demand at current prices. Companies also pay close attention to the amount of competition in the economic marketplace. Competition can reduce the company’s financial returns from business operations.
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Financial Environments Worksheet
June 16, 2014
Financial Environments Worksheet
In the first section, identify three specific HEALTHCARE organizations within each of the for-profit, not-for-profit, and government financial environments. For the second and third sections of the worksheet you should focus ONLY on the three environments NOT the specific organizations. In the second section, compare the similarities of financial structures, practices and policies in healthcare organizations regardless of the financial environments. In the third section, contrast the differences of financial structures, practices and
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services to customers across insurance; healthcare and life sciences; manufacturing; retail and logistics; banking and financial services; communications; energy and utilities; product and engineering solutions; government solutions; and media and entertainment industries.
The company offers its services globally with operational bases in India, Canada, the US, Europe, Mexico, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, Australia, the UAE, South Africa, China, Switzerland, Mauritius and the UK. iGATE is headquartered in Fremont, California, the US.
The company’s focus is to provide joint solutions to clients through partnerships and strategic alliances.
Recently, iGATE partnered with Rio Tinto, to create
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argues that the separated operation model of ICBC and investment banks in the short term will not change. The internally integrated operation model in terms of mixed operation which through restructuring to concurrently operate investment bank business within the ICBC (London), should be the realistic choice. The operating advantages in terms of low risk and high efficiency of the Group Banking form will be the development orientation for ICBC (London).
1.1 Background to the Research
November 4, 1999 the U.S. Senate and House passed the “Financial Services modernization Act” to repeal the “Glass-Steagall Act” enacted in 1933(Wen, 2009). It ends the
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Comparing the Financial Environments
July 20 2015
For Profit Organization, Not for Profit Organization, Government Organization
Home Health Doctors without Borders, World Health Organization
* For profit organization (Home Health)
1. Combining profitable business with meaningful opportunities helping clients maintain quality of life. Contribution of staff and how well the operation of business is performed and the efficiency, and the effectiveness of services needed to patients reliability of assistance and their autonomy.
2. Announcing budget
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A subsidiary is its own legal entity that is governed by a board of directors. For independence, the subsidiary corporation has its own liability and is separate from the parent corporation for taxation and regulatory guidance from state and federal agencies. Control over the subsidiary is maintained by the parent corporation holding more than fifty-percent shareholder value and voting rights in the subsidiary charter.
The professional responsibilities of the certified public accountant (CPA) are to provide assurance services and attestation services that include an audit and review of historical financial statements and
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General Electric Co. is a technology and financial services company that develops and manufactures products for the generation, transmission, distribution, control and utilization of electricity. Its products and services include aircraft engines, power generation, water processing, security technology, medical imaging, business and consumer financing, media content and industrial products. The company operates through eight segments: Power & Water, Oil & Gas, Energy Management, Aviation, Healthcare, Transportation, Appliances & Lighting and GE Capital. The Power & Water segment serves power generation, industrial, government and other customers
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Students Need Financial Literacy
Our economy is a system that produces and consumes goods or services and we, as a society, should carefully manage those resources to the best of our ability. This is where being financially literate becomes valuable because it guides the planning, budgeting, and accounting of all resources. It also provides stability with saving, spending, and debt management. Financial lessons can be useful in other aspects of life, such as, knowing how to prioritize deadlines and making sure to utilize time effectively. These lessons could also assist in saving a relationship or help differentiate between right and wrong, and that is why students need financial
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Bank of America is one of the world's largest financial institutions, serving individual consumers, small and middle market businesses and large corporations with a full range of banking, investing, asset management and other financial and risk-management products and services. Bank of America offers services to more than 4 million small business owners through a suite of innovative, easy-to-use online products and services. The company serves clients in more than 150 countries and has relationships with 99 percent of the U.S. Fortune 500 companies and 83 percent of the Fortune Global 500.
Bank of America Corporation stock (NYSE: BAC) is a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average and
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* To be able to meet customer expectations
* To be able to create central design guide for third party value added content providers
* To continue being competitive among competitors while improving various areas
* To improve quality of customer user experience
* To take further advantage of further business opportunities and improve overall competitive advantage
V. Areas of Consideration
STRENGTHS | WEAKNESSES | OPPORTUNITIES | THREATS |
* Strong Management * Skilled workforce * Pricing Power * Technology * High growth rate * Known brand | * Low productivity * Too many competition * Too many taxes * High loan rates are possible | * Online Market * Innovation * New markets * New products and services * New acquisition * Global market * Growing economy * Growing demand | * Limited financial capital * Government regulations * Rising cost of raw materials * Price changes |
VI. Alternative Course of Action
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In this document of ACC 548 Final Exam you will find the next information: 1. Under GASB rules for the financial reporting entity
2. According to GASB Statement No. 44, all of the following is a recommendation category for the CAFR
Business - Accounting
Assume a government is a special-purpose government engaged in only one governmental activity. Which financial statements would be require
A public college had tuition and fees of $20,000,000. Scholarships, for which no services were required, amounted to $2,000,000. Graduate assistantships, for which services were required, amounted to $1,000,000. The amount to be reported by the public college as net tuition and fees would be
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your business. On the other hand, this creates an issue that they would be developing that which they will audit. The Sarbanes Oxley Act Section 201 restricts non-audit services for issuers. In this case, technology services could be viewed as financial information services or expert services.
[b] Independence rule 101 states that a partner or employee may not hold more than 5% and the partners holdings are just over half of one percent. Therefore, this is not a violation of the AICPA code of professional conduct.
To: Audit Partner
From: Gina Grange
Date: January 10, 2012
Re: Client Recommendation
It is my recommendation that we do not accept Ocean
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currencies. Also enter into contracts to offset possible changes in value due to foreign exchange fluctuations of assets and liabilities denominated in foreign currencies.
Threats - Intense Competition
Despite a limited number of players, the consumer payment system market is highly competitive, which may affect the company’s business. MasterCard faces stiff competition from Visa Inc., American Express Company, Discover Financial Services and JCB Co., Ltd. The company competes in the global payment marketplace against all forms of payment. The competition for the company also comes from new market entrants and alternative payment providers such as PayPal. The company should come up with innovative way of serving its customers so as to sustain in the highly competitive financial services market. This highly competitive market may adversely affect MasterCard’s profitability, if it fails to retain and attract clients and prospective customers.
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1.1 Introductory Background
1.2 Statement of the topic
1.3 Objectives of term paper
1.4 Methodology of the study
Financial statement analysis is an evaluative method of determining the past, current and projected performance of a company. Several techniques are commonly used as part of financial statement analysis including horizontal analysis, which compares two or more years of financial data and in ratio analysis, which calculates statistical relationships between data. A financial statement analysis of any company indicates the organization’s performance. However this term paper is prepared on the basis of
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return on assets due to the interest it charges on loans, a high financial leverage index due to the liability of its deposits, and, therefore, a high return on equity (ROA x Financial leverage). The high cash was typical of a bank in 2007, which needed extra, liquid security in 2007. The high current ratio supports this idea. The high revenue growth is likely due to the recovery of the market in 2007, which might also have caused the low gross margins.
11= Specialized services
Specialized services do not require inventory, and this firm has none. It also has a low return on assets because the vast majority of its assets are derived from accounts receivable (which accounts for the high
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goods sold percentage for Coyote Inc is 58.5 percent. I was not able to see a previous year but this is important to know because cost of goods sold is the largest expense item for many firms. The gross profit margin figure indicates how much profit the firm is generating after deducting the cost of products or services sold and in this case it’s 41.5 percent. The operating profit measures the overall performance of the company’s operations and in this case it’s 16 percent. The net earnings or the bottom line represents the firm’s profit after consideration of all revenue and expenses reported during an accounting period in this case the net profit margin shows the percentage of profit earned on every sales dollar which is 9 percent.
Understanding Financial Statements. Eight Edition by Lyn M. Fraser and Aileen
Ormiston. Published by Prentice Hall 2007.
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and then subtract them. So this hospital is making a profit of $689. At Patton-Fuller Community Hospitals financial ration is improving for the year 2009. In 2008 the financial ratio was not good. They lost $16,110 at that time.
The relationship between revenue and expenses are:
Revenue is the income that a company receives from its services it provides to its customers. Expenses are an outflow of money to another person or group for an item or services.
-Salaries and benefits $220,752
-Physician and professional fees 110,376
-Depreciation and Amortization 36,036
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Copley, P.A. (2011). Essentials of Accounting for Governmental and Not-for-Profit Organizations. (10th ed.). Boston: McGraw-Hill Irwin. ISBN: 9780073527055
Keating, E.K., Frumkin, P. (2008). NASAA Training. How To Assess Nonprofit Financial Performance. Retrieved on June 3, 2012 from http://www.nasaa-arts.org/Learning-Services/Past-Meetings/Reading-5-Understanding-Financial-Statements.pdf
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markets. The revenue generated from these portfolios is directly affected by economic conditions. These conditions also affect interest rates, unemployment and consumer confidence, all of which are can affect the ability to create revenue.
Competition is also another risk factor that can have an affect on Citigroup’s ability to generate revenue. Many financial institutions merge together in order to offer a wider variety of products and services at competitive prices. With the merger of financial institutions the global area becomes smaller and the ability to gain a wider customer base becomes much easier. Institutions that were not depository have the ability, because of technology, to
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in the 4th chapter we link the evolution of the IS audit profession with the adoption of new financial audit methodologies, which allowed the rapid growth of revenues generated from nonaudit services for large audit firms. We finish by presenting our conclusions and by proposing some possible areas of research. 2 Transaction cycle vs. Business process audit methodologies After reviewing prior research about audit methodologies and technological changes in financial audit practices, it became apparent to us that all authors agree that in the 1990s there has been
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a shift in methodologies applied by financial audit professionals. While there are differences in
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purpose government needs to have a separately elected governing body, and be legally separate and fiscally independent of state or local governments. This definition is similar to the definition provided by the Bureau of Census for a special district. Therefore, a special district could be considered a type of primary government.
9-2. The letter of transmittal generally cites legal and policy requirements for the report. It can also provide information on factors relating to government services and operations. Since the transmittal letter is generally not a part of the audit, it can include somewhat subjective information. On the other hand, the MD&A is considered
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information in financial statements”. (General Accepted Accounting Principles or GAAP: What does it mean? 2008) If it wasn’t for GAAP, the companies would be free to decide the financial report and it would be difficult for the investors and creditors who are stakeholders on that company.
There are many ethical standards for financial accounting. Independence, it is a requirement to not have any conflict of interest with vendors and other medical services. It can lead to increase in pricing and products. Integrity and objectivity is another ethical requirement and that is to be trustworthy and is closely tied to the objectivity component. Competency, the financial
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HEALTH FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
The Housekeeping Service department of Ruger Clinic, a multispecialty practice in Toledo, Ohio, had $100,000 in direct costs in 2007. These costs must be allocated to Ruger’s three revenue-producing patient services departments using the direct method. Two cost drivers are under consideration: patient services revenue and hours of housekeeping services used. The patient services departments generated $5million in total revenues in 2007, and to support these clinical activities, they used 5,000 hours of housekeeping services.
1) What is the value of cost pool?
Sol)A critical part of cost measurement at the subunit level is the assignment or allocation
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OA100 University Student Employment Services
OA110 The Student Employee Supervisors’ Workshop
OA200 How to Hire a Foreign National_________________________________
OM100 General Funds Management, Financial Reporting, and Budget Operations
OM120 Payroll and Benefits
OM130 Student Financial Services
OM150 Procurement and Payment Services
OM180 Contracts and Grants - Accounting
OM200 Contracts and Grants – Administration
OM220 Property Control
OM240 Student Development and Support
0M260 Human Resources - Employment
OM280 Human Resources - Compensation
OM300 Human Resources - Employee Relations
OM320 Human Resources - Performance Development
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the question as to how many members the company actually has, it is very likely that there would be a significant separation of management from economic interest considering the financial characteristics of the company, such as its gross annual turnover ($17 million), the carrying value of its assets ($10 million), the number of full-time employees (43), etc. This means that it is highly probable that Grams Health Services Ltd, despite having no major liabilities at present will nonetheless have several users, including its members and 43 full-time employees that will make use of its financial statements and be reliant upon the information communicated by it. Moreover, since Grams Health
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. Therefore there are also have a negative effect to the consumer price. Introduce of GST is consider as a tax burden. The attraction of GST was the neutral tax can benefit our government without lowering the effectiveness or efficiency of the market system in allocating the capital , land , and labour. The features of GST were the tax is collected at every stages of the production process and the amount collected at each stage is based on the value added at that stage. Zero-rated supplier are subject to the exports of goods , international services , agriculture produce , essential foodstuff for examples : rice , sugar , table salt , plain flour and cooking oil , lifestock supplier and fish. Electricity and water of domestic user also will be zero-rated. Exempted suppliers are subject to following sector : financial services, private health and education, domestic transportation of passengers, sales lease of residential property and land for public use. The distributional effect of GST will make a very high tax burden to the lower income.
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management allows losses from one financial institution to propagate to others through the interconnectedness among financial intermediaries. Your strong financial management will provide buffers against threats and vulnerability to the world’s financial stability.
There is need to strengthen the elements of the linkages (insured risk, exposure to third party guarantees, etc.) in meeting the needs and enabling the financial system to provide the appropriate needs and services to the broader economy. These linkages have inherent potential vulnerability and risks. Strengthening the elements of counterparty risk management with stronger internal controls and diligence in the evolving marketplace
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This paper will evaluate the communication strategy of the fictional new CEO of XYZ global financial services firm, which has been negatively impacted by a national investment crisis. It will include communication strategies to release to its target audience and stakeholders utilizing tools learned in Mary Munter’s Guide to Managerial Communication.
The stakeholders have been identified as the firm’s employees, customers, shareholders, and the financial regulators. The shared common concerns of this group are the financial health of XYZ global financial services firm balance sheet, and the plans to meet regulatory obligations and compliance, and the
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Kelly Services, Inc.
Has Kelly Services Inc. underperformed or outperformed its competitors? On what dimensions?
Financial ratios are great indicators to find a firm’s performance and financial situation. Most of the ratios are able to be calculated through the use of financial statements provided by the firm itself. They show the relationship between two or more financial variables that can be used to analyze trends and to compare the firm’s financials with other companies to further come up with market values or discount rates, etc.
After coming up with all of the financial ratios the financial statements are able to provide
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Accounting and Financial Statements
Upper Iowa University
Accounting and Financial Statements
In this essay I am going to explain and identify external users of accounting information and give detail on the main characteristics and how these characteristics and the conceptual framework develop the benefits of financial statements for external users.
Financial accounting includes information distributed to external users that are not part of the enterprise, e.g. stockholders, creditors, customers and suppliers, although the information is also of interest to the company's officers and managers.
External users have an interest in the businesses final accounts. They
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aid provided to it but it also faces a host of challenges as the government has put various limits and caps on its volume and performance. These are the key features to be looked at when analyzing Bridgestone’s financial capabilities:-
* The company receives Medicaid from various sources to facilitate its services. Key sources include the state government and certain private pay customers.
* The projected budget indicates a certain level of volume which must be achieved for meager profits or breakeven.
* The various facilities provided by the company include both on-campus and off-campus services, the major ones being – Group Counselling and Ambulatory Detoxification.
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he Telenor ASA - SWOT Analysis company profile is the essential source for top-level company data and information. Telenor ASA - SWOT Analysis examines the company’s key business structure and operations, history and products, and provides summary analysis of its key revenue lines and strategy.
Telenor is a provider of telecommunications services. The company's majority shareholding is held by the Norway government, with an ownership share of 54% at the end of FY2009. The company is also the largest provider of TV services in the Nordic region. It provides mobile services, fixed line services and broadband services. The company primarily operates in Norway. It is headquartered in
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next 12mo $55MM of $2B ex-USA 95% Very Satisfied+ 25% Services/Account ID 5 Best Channels Hit 30% Win-Rate #1 Major Publications (3) T1 Partners/Market
COMPANY INITIATIVES Recruit VP-level Leads Retain 22 Local BD Reps “Hoteling” Campaign Account Loyalty Program Sales Incentive Program “Next 11” Strategy Cell Sales Analytics Team Integrated PR Campaign Annual BD Rewards “Next 11” Strategy Cell “What’s Next” Lunches “Knowledge base 2012” “Success Stories” plan BMC “Mobility Program”
$250MM in Fortune 100 “What’s Next” Lunches
“Product Lock-In” Product leadership in in mainframe market
“Increase Profitability” Sell services to help adopt new technologies
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affected there bottom-line. Chief Operating Officer Anne Mulcahy said "Stabilizing the situation has been our focus and much progress has been made, but achieving renewed growth will take more time." Business analyst was not as optimistic as Anne, they predicted a large dark hole was engulfing Xerox and it had no answer. (CNNMONEY, 2000)
Xerox Response Strategies
Xerox strategy is to expand its service offerings through what they call a tuck-in acquisitions. In 2011 Xerox acquired 7 companies, which range from healthcare providers, customer care, education, IT and financial services. Xerox wants to position itself as a critical business function that enables a competitive edge with the