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Jake is an irs tax law-certified volunteer preparer at a vita/tce site. when preparing a return for jill, jake learns that jill does not have a bank account to receive a direct deposit of her refund.

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Answer: In that case, i believe Jake should explain that a taxpayer's federal or state refund cannot be deposited into a VITA/TCE volunteer's bank account and she will have to open an account in her own name to have the refund direct deposited.  Using other people bank account (even from close friend or relatives) are strictly prohibited under this circumstances.

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HIGH SCHOOL

Patrick bought 30 shares of stock at $16.49 per share. He received dividends of $0.75 per share for 1 year. His ROI was %. (Round percentages to one decimal place.)

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ROI (return on investment) is a ratio the measures the amount of return for your investment. The calculation is (net return) / (net investment). In this case net return is the dividends and the cost is the price of the stock. So... (.75)/(16.49)= 4.5% return on investment.

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Versioning is a form of _____ price discrimination because _____. A) first-degree; the firm can identify its customers' types of demand curves before they buy, allowing the firm to select the profit-maximizing version of the product
B) second-degree; the firm cannot identify its customers' types of demand curves before they buy, so the firm produces various versions of the product in hopes that customers will self-select the appropriate product
C) perfect; each customer buys a unique version of the product that is priced to eliminate all consumer surplus
D) third-degree; the firm can directly determine which customers should buy which version of the product before the sale is made

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Answer:

The correct answer is letter "B": second-degree; the firm cannot identify its customers' types of demand curves before they buy, so the firm produces various versions of the product in hopes that customers will self-select the appropriate product.

Explanation:

Price discrimination occurs when a company charges different customers different prices for the same goods or services. The second-degree price discrimination takes place when different prices are charged for different quantities consumed typically when the goods are bought in bulks. Though, only when the purchase happens companies can identify the type of demand for the products offered. To counteract that, firms set different bulks of goods according to what they "think" can be suitable for consumers.

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A production department's output for the most recent month consisted of 9,100 units completed and transferred to the next stage of production and 6,100 units in ending Work in Process inventory. The units in ending Work in Process inventory were 50% complete with respect to both direct materials and conversion costs. Calculate the equivalent units of production for the month, assuming the company uses the weighted average method.

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Answer:

The equivalent units of production for the month is 12,150 units

Explanation:

The computation of the equivalent units of production for the month is shown below:

= Units completed and transferred × percentage of completion + ending units of work in progress inventory × percentage of completion

= 9,100 units × 100% + 6,100 units × 50%

= 9,100 units + 3,050 units

= 12,150 units

We consider both the units which are given in the question. The units completed and transferred is considered 100% while the ending work in progress units considered 50%

COLLEGE

At the beginning of 2018, Angel Corporation began offering a two-year warranty on its products. The warranty program was expected to cost Angel 6% of net sales. Net sales made under warranty in 2018 were $193 million. Fifteen percent of the units sold were returned in 2018 and repaired or replaced at a cost of $5.00 million. The amount of warranty expense on Angel's 2018 income statement is:

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Answer:

The amount of warranty expense on Angel's 2018 income statement is $11.58 million.

Explanation:

Income statement : The income statement is that statement which represents the income for the particular year.

The income is calculated by subtracting all types of costs from sales revenue.

The motive behind the preparation of income statement is to examine the company profitability, financial performance, etc.

The amount of warranty expense on Angel's 2018 income statement is calculated below

= Net sales × cost of warranty program

= $193 million × 6%

= $11.58 million

The other cost like repairing cost or replacement cost is not considered while calculating the warranty expense

Hence, the amount of warranty expense on Angel's 2018 income statement is $11.58 million.

HIGH SCHOOL

An adult is swinging a small child by the arms, and the child screams and grabs his left arm. It is determined in the emergency department that the radial head is partially dislocated. What is this partially dislocated radial head documented as? A. Volkmann's contracture
B. Subluxation
C. Compartment syndrome
D. Sprain

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Answer:

According to the information in the given question, type of dislocation that occur in the head is referred as subluxation.

Explanation:

According to the information in the given question, type of dislocation that occur in the head is referred as subluxation.

subluxation is type of dislocation that can occur either in joint or in any organ of the body. It is generally diagnose by analyzing the x- ray and it is not fixed for any part and it can occur in any part of the body.

If serious Subluxation occur than surgery may can happened especially when dislocation occur in back.

COLLEGE

How does the budget process make fiscal policy difficult to implement? (lo32-3)?

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The budget process makes fiscal policy difficult to implement because 
---The budget process begins a year and a half before the budget is implemented, and this will make it difficult to know what type of fiscal policy will be needed because it requires us to predict the problem and opportunities that arise during the operation.
---Many budget decisions are made for political reasons , because many politicians was appointed by interest groups that controlled by big companies.
---Nearly two-thirds of the budget is mandated by federal programs and cannot be easily changed, even if it could be changed, the cost could outweihgt the benefit.
HIGH SCHOOL

An investor who owns a bond with a 9% coupon that pays interest semi-annually and matures in three years is considering its sale. If the yield to maturity in the market is 11%, what is the price of a bond per 100 of par value?

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95.00 is the price of a bond per 100 of par value. As If the yield to maturity in the market is 11%.

What is meant by investor?

An investor is any individual or other entity (such as a business or mutual fund) who invests money with the hope of making a profit.

The market participant that the general public most frequently associates with the stock market is an investor. Investors are those who buy stock in a company with the intention of holding it for a long time because they think it will do well in the future.

You are not an owner; you are a lending investor. You have invested in ownership if you purchase stock in a corporation. Your proportionate part of the company's profits will be deducted from the return you receive. The initial investment sum will continue to be correlated to the overall worth of the business.

Thus, 95.00 is the price of a bond.

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The local supermarket buys lettuce each day to ensure really fresh produce. Each morning any lettuce that is left from the previous day is sold to a dealer that resells it to farmers who use it to feed their animals. This week the supermarket can buy fresh lettuce for $7.00 a box. The lettuce is sold for $18.00 a box and the dealer that sells old lettuce is willing to pay $2.00 a box. Past history says that tomorrow is demand for lettuce averages 255 boxes with a standard deviation of 40 boxes. How many boxes of lettuce should the supermarket purchase tomorrow

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Answer:

it should purchase 276.6 units

Explanation:

cost per unit:

7 dollars less 2 dollars recovery = 5 dollars

contrubtion per unit:

18 dollars sales price less 5 dollars = 12 dollars

probability = 1 - 5 / (12 + 5) = 70.59%

we now look into the z table of a normal distribution which is 0.54

now we calcualte the optimal quantity;

mean + deviation x z-value

255 + 40 x 0.54 = 276.6 units

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Question 1 75/100
Sadik Industries must install $1 million of new machinery in its Texas plant. It can obtain a bank loan for 100% of the required amount. Alternatively, a Texas Investment banking firm that
represents a group of investors believes that it can arrange for a lease financing plan. Assume that these facts apply:
1. The equipment falls in the MACRS 3-year class.
2. Estimated maintenance expenses are $52,000 per year.
3. The firm's tax rate is 39%.
4. If the money is borrowed, the bank loan will be at a rate of 12%, amortized in six equal installments at the end of each year.
5. The tentative lease terms call for payments of $280,000 at the end of each year for 3 years. The lease is a guideline lease.
6. Under the proposed lease terms, the lessee must pay for insurance, property taxes, and maintenance.
7. Sadik must use the equipment if it is to continue in business, so it will almost certainly want to acquire the property at the end of the lease. If it does, then under the lease terms it
can purchase the machinery at its fair market value at Year 3. The best estimate of this market value is $200,000, but it could be much higher or lower under certain circumstances. If
purchased at Year 3, the used equipment would fall into the MACRS 3-year class. Sadik would actually be able to make the purchase on the last day of the year (l.e., slightly before
Year 3), so Sadik would get to take the first depreciation expense at Year 3 (the remaining depreciation expenses would be at Year 4 through Year 6). On the time line, Sadik would
show the cost of the used equipment at Year 3 and its depreciation expenses starting at Year 3.
Year 3-year MACRS
33.33%
44.45%
14.81 %
7.41 %
The data has been collected in the Microsoft Excel Online fille below. Open the spreadsheet and perform the required analysis to answer the questions below.
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To assist management in making the proper lease-versus-buy decision, you are asked to answer the following questions:
a. What is the net advantage of leasing? Should Sadik take the lease? Do not round Intermediate calculations. Round your answer to the nearest dollar,
Net advantage of leasing 5
Since the cost of leasing the machinery is less
than the cost of owning it, the firm should lease
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