BUSINESS HIGH SCHOOL

Teams ideally need a supportive organizational context – one that recognizes and welcomes their existence, and responds to their requests for information, resources, and action as well as legitimizes the team’s task. Of the following, which is a component of team design?1. Organizational reporting relationships. 2. Functional units 3. The leadership style within the team4. The reward system

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

3. The leadership style within the team

Explanation:

The leadership style of an organization or team is essential to ensure that each team in the organization has the support it needs. This is important for the growth and development of the organization. In addition, the necessary supports will make the team to perform better in every task. Therefore, option 3 is the correct answer.


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COLLEGE

Your friend currently works as an accountant in a public accounting firm in a small town called stillwater in minnesota. he is offered a job in new york city with a salary of $95,000. your friend calls you and tells you that he is excited about the new job offer, which gives him a raise from his current salary of $50,000. based on your knowledge of economics, you think that your friend has

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12,000 is the right one
COLLEGE

Pout Company reports assets with a carrying value of $420,000 (including goodwill with a carrying value of $35,000) assigned to an identifiable reporting unit purchased at the end of the prior year. The fair value of the reporting unit is currently $350,000, and the carrying value of the net assets held by the reporting unit is $330,000. At the end of the current period, Pout should report goodwill of

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Answer:

Pout should report goodwill of $20,000

Explanation:

Pout Company's assets with a carrying value = $420,000

Goodwill = $35,000

Pout Company's net assets carrying value = 420,000-35,000 = $385,000

Fair value of the reporting unit is currently = $350,000

Fair Value of Net assets = 350000-35000 = $315,000

Carrying value of the net assets held by the reporting unit = $330,000

Goodwill Impairment = 330,000 - 315,000 = 15,000

Value of Goodwill after impairment = 35,000-15,000 = 20,000

COLLEGE

In absorption costing, nonmanufacturing costs are assigned to units of product. True or False True False

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Answer:

The statement is: False.

Explanation:

Non-manufacturing costs are those not related to the production process of the company. It implies costs useful for the operations of the firm but does not have an impact on the process of creating a final good. Administrative salaries,  office supplies, and depreciation fall into this category.

Absorption costing describes an accounting approach in which all the manufacturing costs are assigned to the units produced.

Thus, as non-manufacturing costs are not related to the manufacturing process, they cannot be allocated within the units of production using the absorption costing method.

COLLEGE

At the beginning of the year, Rangle Company expected to incur $59,000 of overhead costs in producing 5,900 units of product. The direct material cost is $25 per unit of product. Direct labor cost is $35 per unit. During January, 550 units were produced. The total cost of the units made in January was:

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Answer: Total cost of the units made in January = $38,500

Explanation:

Given that,

At the beginning of the year, overhead costs = $59,000

Units produced at this cost = 5900 units

Direct material cost = $25 per unit

Direct labor cost = $35 per unit

Units produced during January = 550 units

Predetermined overhead rate =

=

= $10 per unit

Now,

Costs incurred in January:

Direct material cost = $25 per unit × 550 units = $13750

Direct labor cost = $35 per unit × 550 units = $19250

Overhead cost = $10 per unit × 550 units = $5500

∴ Total cost of the units made in January = Direct material cost + Direct labor cost + Overhead cost

= 13750 + 19250 + 5500

= $38,500

COLLEGE

A flower shop makes a large sale for $1,000 on November 30. The customer is sent a statement on December 5 and a check is received on December 10. Th flower shop follows GAAP ad applies the revenue recognition principle. When is the $1,000 considered to be earned?

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Answer:

The $1,000 considered to be earned on November 30

Explanation:

According to the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, the revenue recognized principle says that when sales is made irrespective of whether company received payment or not.

Here recognized means that good are delivered and services are rendered to the customers which is recorded in the books of the accounts on that date itself.

There is no mean when the company received payment from the customer.

So in the given question, the flower shop makes a large sale on November 30 but the check is received on December 10.

By going through the above explanation, the $1000 considered to be earned on November 30 in respect of December 05 or December 10

HIGH SCHOOL

Martin's Inc. is expected to pay annual dividends of $2.50 a share for the next three years. After that, dividends are expected to increase by 3% annually. What is the current value of this stock to you if you require a 9% rate of return on this investment?

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Answer:

The stock current intrinsic value is: $39,46

Explanation:

We solve using the gordon model for dividend growth to valuate the price of the stock:

d0 = 2.50

d1 = 2.50 x 1.03 = 2.575

Value: 42,91666666666667‬

This value is three years therefore, we need to discount:

Maturity  $42.9167

time  3.00

rate  0.09000

 

33.1395

We also have to calcualtethe present value of the first, second and third year dividends

discount rate 0.09

# Cashflow  Discounted

1 2.5              2.29

2 2.5              2.1

3 2.5              1.93

PV            6.32

We ad this to the PV of the infinite future dividends growing at 3%

6.32 + 33.1395 = 39,4595‬

HIGH SCHOOL

Consider the following accounting terms and definitions and match each term to the definition: Accounting a. an economic resource that is expected to be of benefit in the future Asset b. debts that are owed to creditors

Balance sheet c. excess of total expense over total revenues

Expense d. excess of total revenues over total expense

Income statement e. the basic tool of accounting, stated as asset=liabilities+equity

Liability f. decreases in equity that occur in the course of selling goods/services

Net income g. increase in equity that occur in the course of selling goods/services

Net loss h. reports on a business’s cash receipts and cash payments during a period

Revenue i. reports on an entity’s assets, liabilities, and stockholders’ equity as of a specific date

Statement of cash flows j. reports on an entity’s revenues, expenses, and net income or loss for the period

Statement of retained earnings k. reports how the company’s retained earnings balance changes from the beginning to the end of the period

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Answer:  

Accounting:

The basic tool of accounting, stated as asset=liabilities + equity (e)  

Asset:

An economic resource that is expected to be of benefit in the future (a)

Balance sheet:

Reports on an entity’s assets, liabilities, and stockholders’ equity as of a specific date (I)

Expense:

Decreases in equity that occur in the course of selling goods/services (f)

Income statement:

Reports on an entity’s revenues, expenses, and net income or loss for the period (j)

Liability:

Debts that are owed to creditors (b)

Net income:

Excess of total revenues over total expense (d)

Net loss:

Excess of total expense over total revenues (c)  

Revenue:

Increase in equity that occur in the course of selling goods/services (g)

Statement of cash flow:

Reports on a business’s cash receipts and cash payments during a period (h)

Statement of retrained earning:

Reports how the company’s retained earnings balance changes from the beginning to the end of the period (k)


Answer:

ACCOUNTING - e

ASSET - a

BALANCE SHEET - i

EXPENSE - f

INCOME STATEMENT - j

LIABILITY - b

NET INCOME - d

NET LOSS - c

STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS - h

STATEMENT OF RETAINED EARNINGS - k

HIGH SCHOOL

In 2017, it came to light that in order to meet its demanding profit target, Wells Fargo put such pressure on its employees to hit sales quotas that many employees responded by fraudulently opening customer accounts. Wells Fargo's ethical lapses are NOT a good example of___________.

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Answer:

how local ethical norms always take precedence over universal ethical norms

Explanation:

how local ethical norms always take precedence over universal ethical norms

The employees were forced to go against basic ethics just because of increase in sales

According to a social science research, it suggests that ethical behavior is not about who you are or the values you hold. Behavior is often a function of the situation in which you make the decision, even factors you barely notice

HIGH SCHOOL

Many tax professionals and advisors recommend adjusting your W-4 allowances so that.

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They made the advise so that you could obtain the maximum amount of Tax Refund.
W-4 allowances will provide you with various columns that could be filled with a potential tax deductible from your income. (such as every expenses related to your working process)
The number of total deductibles will reduce the basis taxable amount of your earning, and increase your tax refund.
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