Group accounts
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...Accounting Group Accounts There are a lot of separate entities that provide goods and services which produce accounting and financial statements which are subsidiaries of group companies. Unless a consolidated group accounts are prepared and presented the accounts will not presenting a fair view of the activities of the group as a whole (Catherine Hernandez). This is one of the key reasons for revising the reporting requirements in respect of group company accounts by Financial Reporting Standard No2 (Shortly FRS 2). Convergence on the presentation of the financial statements worldwide is another reason for ensuring the consolidation so that comparison of international group concerns... Introduction to...
Accounts Receivable
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...Accounts Receivable and How It Relates to the Medical Billing Field May 05, Accounting 101 ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE: The money owed by a customer to a company for the products or services it sells or provides to the customer on credit is called “Account Receivable”. It is a current asset. The companies sell products or provide services to its customers. These products and services are sold and provided for a certain value of money which is received from the customer as a consideration. This consideration is usually received in the form of cash. However, it may also be received in the form of certain other assets. However, in the businesses where long-term relationships have been developed between... ...
Accounts Manipulation
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...accounts Firms may window-dress the financial ments in order to show a rosy picture of their accounts. In such a case, the whole exercise of analyzing the statements becomes useless. Window-dressing is also done to forecast a better picture to shareholders, bankers and financial institutions. It is a rosier picture that what it actually is. Window-dressing is accomplished in general ways - by not making adequate provisions though prudence would require them for expenses and potential losses, by taking into account income even before its actual accrual, by playing around with inter-corporate adjustments etc. "Security analysts earn their money... Reasons for providing inaccurate picture of accounts ...
Accounts Payable Specialist
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...Accounts Payable Specialist Accounts Payable Specialist The position of accounts payable specialist is one of the vital positions in the accounting department of any organization. The main task of an account payable specialist is to make sure that the company’s bills are paid on time and accurately (Amico, n.d.). Aside from this, there are numerous duties which an accounts payable specialist should handle. He is responsible for reviewing the invoices and make sure that it is properly documented before it is approved for payment (Accounting Jobs Today.com, 2012). An accounts payable specialist must determine which invoices should be paid first depending on the potential for cash discounts... ...
Collection of accounts receivable
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...Accounts Receivable Accounts receivable if not well handled can lead to loose of so much money when written off as uncollectable. To avoid this, the company has to come up with a way to ensure that debts are paid in the right time. The best approach that Horowitz Construction Supplies Co.’s could use is setting a time limit for the payment. For example, the company can work with Net 30, where payments are supposed to be done within 30 days from the day of invoice. This method comes with a payment discount offered to debtors that pay earlier than the final date of the payment period. The discount is aimed at encouraging the debtors to honor their debts faster. To avoid writing off... Collection of...
Auditing Accounts Receivable
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...Accounts Receivable Audits When auditing accounts receivable, it is absolutely essential to determine the accuracy of accounts as well as ensuring that payment, discounts and additional fees are accurately applied to each customer account. This may not always be an easy task as the existence and rights assertions are necessary to determine correct accounting and reporting procedures. “Assertions regarding existence or occurrence address whether assets and liabilities exist at a given date and whether recorded transactions occurred during a given period” (Clikeman, 2004). Each transaction or financial claim should be effectively verified by supporting documentation along with the account... ...
Health Savings Accounts
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...Accounts Executive Summary This paper is an applied project in health care and the health care issue under discussion in the paper isHealth Savings Account (HSA). The main goal of this paper is to give an economic analysis of this issue under the economic theme, opportunity. The paper begins by giving a description of HSA followed by an analysis of the topic. The paper then outlines and explains the economic forces that impact on the topic positively and negatively. An explanation of the topic from an economic perspective is also given and finally, the limitations, assumptions and recommendations from which the constructor could act. Health Savings Accounts Introduction Health care... ?Health Savings...
Interpretation of Accounts
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...Accounts Introduction Absolute raw data about the company such as revenue generated, profit earned, total capital employed or total debt involved cannot provide any meaningful information unless they are converted in the form that can help make necessary decisions. It is here that the various financial ratios come handy in describing the status of the company. The company’s performance can be judged from several accounting and profitability ratios such as liquidity measurement ratios, profitability ratios, debt ratios. The ratios give information about the company’s health and help in decision making to investors, creditors, job seekers and other stakeholders. The company’s... ? Interpretation of...
Anual Report and Accounts
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...accounts useful in understanding and analysing its market, productive and financial performance Discuss using an extended example. For any company, business venture, organisation, project etc. a number of factors are taken into account for the effective functioning. The company has to arrange resources, recruit the workforce, enter into strategic alliances, prepare policies for production or manufacturing of goods and services, chalk out plans to engage distributors and other partners etc. After having successfully assembled the resources, the company is also required to assure all its stakeholders that it is indeed making good use of the resources... Q. To what extent are a company's annual report and...
Finance and accounts
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...Accounts Stock markets are volatile and share traders need to know the basics of CAPM & Arbitrage Pricing Theory, Efficient Market Hypothesis & Pecking Order Theory, M&M & Residual Theory, Symbolic Interactionism, Ethnography & Phenomenology, Conceptual Framework of Accounting and Management Accounting to prior estimate the strategy formulator’s as well as co-share market participants moves and act accordingly. This article is an introduction to all those topics. Table of Contents: Particulars Pg. No. Introduction 4 CAPM and Arbitrage Pricing Theory 4-7 Efficient markets hypothesis and Pecking order theory 7-10 Modigilani and Miller approach and Residual theory 10-13 Symbolic... ...
Sociological and culturalist accounts
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...Accounts All forms of conveying information and messages through the mass media have the capabilities of robbing the society of its own personality; the cost and idea of what it takes to be a male or female being in the community; the sagacity of oneself; judgment of social class; ethnic background, and social race, of sexual status, and personality. Messages relayed through the mass media forms the best model and icon of streamlining our understanding of the human race and our earnest principals. The model perfects our view societal means and way of determining ethical or immorality, awful or excellent, constructive or unconstructive deeds and conducts in our... Task: Sociological and Culturalist...
Regulation of Solicitors' Trust Accounts
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...Accounts Introduction The Queensland Legal Profession Act 2007 and the Queensland Legal Profession Regulation 2007 were two milestones in the Australia’s legal service market. These acts intended effectively regulating legal practices in the jurisdiction so as to ensure better-quality services to customers of the legal profession. The Legal Profession Act 2007 specifically states that it aims to enhance “the regulation of legal practice on a national basis” (Legal Profession Act 2007). This paper will identify how these acts would improve consumer confidence in the legal services market through the regulation of solicitor’s accounts. Summary of the Acts Section 3.3of... ?Regulation of Solicitors' Trust...
Witnesses Accounts and the Reality
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...Accounts and the Reality The information given by an informant may vary significantly with the actual information or what happened on the ground. The most basic question that interviewers, whether in the justice system or in research always grapple with is how to know if the informant is giving the truth (Dean & Whyte 1958). It would be difficult to determine whether this information is the actual absolute truth. However, most interviewers use epistemological approaches to detect the level of truth in the interviewees information. The epistemological studies mainly deal with the study of knowledge. In determining the level of truth of an account, the epistemological studies are related... Witnesses...
Understanding Company Accounts and reports
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...ACCOUNTABILITY AND ACCOUNTING REGULATION: THE CASE OF THE SPANISH ENVIRONMENTAL DISCLOSURE STANDARD By The of the (Tutor) The Name of the School (University) The City and State where it is located The Date Forms of Environmental Accounting Environmental accounting deals with measuring of environmental performance and set targets. It is a critical component of an organization. Under this requirement, organizations are required to give reports on the issues of environment as relates to their daily operations. The environmental accounting and reporting is not only beneficial for providing solutions to the...
Success Factors in key accounts
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...account marketing plan is considered to be very important and a thoughtful business plan cannot be overemphasizes... CRITIQUE Research A qualitative and quantitative research is must in developing a system for marketing analyses. Qualitative research is more of collecting data, conducting interviews, using documents and to understand and explain social phenomenon. Quantitative research involves is of development of natural sciences to study natural phenomenon. Survey methods, formal methods, econometrics, etc., are some of the examples of quantitative research. It's the research and analysis done by the scientists in different kinds of fields like engineering, marketing, etc., yielded fruitful results in ...
Companys annual report and accounts
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...accounts - J Sainsbury plc Contents Introduction 3 Ratio analysis 3 Profitability ratios 4 Liquidity ratios 6 Efficiency ratios 7 Capital gearing ratios 8 10 Conclusion 10 References 11 12 Appendix 13 Introduction In the year 1869 Sainsbury was founded in UK. It is a retail based company. The first store was opened in the Drury Lane of London. From the year 1882 they started selling their own brand products. The development of the company is running for the last hundred forty four years. Now it operates more than one thousands super markets with the help of one lac fifty thousand employees. Employees are treated here as colleagues, whereas the customers are the heart... Company’s annual report and...
Accounts Report for JT Engineering
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...Accounts Receivables   9,200 Bank   36,400 Cash   1,200 Closing inventory   7,500 prepayments   550 Total assets   768,017       Non-current liabilities     Long-term bank loan   35,000       current liabilities... ?FINANCIAL MENTS OF JT ENGINEERING FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR Dear Directors, Please find attached the balance sheet and profit and loss ment of JT Engineering Limited for the financial year 2012. JT Engineering     Income Statement   Amount in $ For the year ended December 31, 2012           Sales   440,000 Return inwards   (1,200) Net sales   438,800 Cost of goods sold     Opening inventory 6,500   Purchases 150,000   Discount received (2,200)   Return outwards (800)   Closing inventory (7,500)...
Finance and Accounts. Accounting Principles.
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...Accounts Stock markets are volatile and share traders need to know the basics of CAPM & Arbitrage Pricing Theory, Efficient Market Hypothesis & Pecking Order Theory, M&M & Residual Theory, Symbolic Interactionism, Ethnography & Phenomenology, Conceptual Framework of Accounting and Management Accounting to prior estimate the strategy formulator’s as well as co-share market participants moves and act accordingly. This article is an introduction to all those topics. Table of Contents: Particulars Pg. No. Introduction 4 CAPM and Arbitrage Pricing Theory 4-7 Efficient markets hypothesis and Pecking order theory 7-10 Modigilani and Miller approach and Residual theory 10-13 Symbolic... ...
Synopsis of the Last Supper Accounts
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...Accounts The last supper refers to the last meal that Jesus shared with His disciples on the night of his betrayal. The New Testament refers to the last meal using terms such as the Lords Supper, Eucharist, communion and mass. The last supper serves as an encouragement and a unifying factor to Christians (LaVerdiere, 1996). It binds them in fellowship of love, trust and mutual acceptance. Sharing of the last supper is one of the orders that Jesus gave to his church. Inherently, the last supper helps Christian to remember... Synoptic of the Last Supper Nona Odom William Carey New Testament Dr. Bennie R. Crocket Jr. October 6, Synoptic of the Last Supper Acco...
Analyze of Southern Cross Healthcare Accounts
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...Accounts. Inserts His/her Inserts Grade Inserts Analyzeof Southern Cross Healthcare Accounts In the year 2006 the performance of Southern Cross Health Care was not worse than when the business was acquired by Lloyds and RBS. The performance of the company triples up the value of its shares. The demand for health care service remains high in the year 2007. The Group manage to increase the bed capacity by 25% during the year. This was much well ahead of the expectation with a net 132 homes and 7,298 bed added to the group. The Group was able to deliver shareholders value with the growth during the year finances completely through leaseback and sale arrangement... Analyze of Southern Cross Healthcare...
National Income and Product Accounts Discussion
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...Accounts (NIPA). With the help of this method, the economists can interpret the living standard of a particular economy or country (Mankiw, 2011). This method of using national income accounts for evaluating the performance of the economy and interpreting the standard of living have some limitations. For instance, it does not includes the most of the non market transactions. It does includes the work done by the individuals at personal level... ?Running Heading: Project Part 2 Project Part 2 Business Economics GM545 [Academic Term] [Email Address] CHAPTER # 15 QUESTION # 14: One of the most used method of determining the overall performance and output of the economy is the National Income and Product...
Source Analysis - Accounts of Louis XIV
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...ACCOUNTS OF LOUIS XIV Louis XIV is one of the most influential kings of France, who ruled over the country for a long period of over seven decadesfrom 1643 to 1715. He ascended to the throne as a child of five years, but assumed the powers in 1661 from his First Minister. He was a bold and courageous ruler and is considered as one of the enlightened despots who were fond of wars and inflicted various taxes on the poor masses in order to generate money for waging wars and involving in merry-making. He did not work for the reformation of his people, though during his reign, he got complete opportunity of introducing and applying his own political, economic and legal policies regarding... and...
Report and Accounts for Tesco PLC
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...Accounts for Tesco PLC Report and Accounts for Tesco PLC Introduction The drink and food sector of retail represents a big firm in the United Kingdom, which provides employment for approximately over 3 million workers in retailing, manufacturing and primary production. In the year 2003 there was a 9% accounted for on the GDP (Data monitor, 2003). For the past years the supermarkets in the United Kingdom have been scrutinized keenly on how they treat their supplies, specifically the ones of their own labeling, though strategic supply development networks plays a major role in integration of the strategies of supermarkets for the last ten years. The report provided shows an insight... ? Report and Accounts ...
Analyze of Southern Cross Healthcare Accounts
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...Accounts. Inserts His/her Inserts Grade Inserts Analyze of Southern Cross Healthcare Accounts In the year 2006 the performance of Southern Cross Health Care was not worse than when the business was acquired by Lloyds and RBS. The performance of the company triples up the value of its shares. The demand for health care service remains high in the year 2007. The Group manage to increase the bed capacity by 25% during the year. This was much well ahead of the expectation with a net 132 homes and 7,298 bed added to the group. The Group was able to deliver shareholders value with the growth during the year finances completely through leaseback and sale arrangement... ? Analyze of Southern Cross Healthcare...
Importance of Annual Reports and Accounts
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...Accounts Background For a company owning a worth business in any big stock market always have a tool to analyze its performance. The tool could be like an annual report which deliberately assesses a company’s fiscal health, financial status and market position within any specific period (Thomsett, 2007). Annual reports hold a great importance for organization, especially when the organization is owned by multiple owners or is a public limited firm (Thomsett, 2007). To develop the prospect of the company there is a need for a document like an annual report which gives year after year information about the company performance and growth... ? Importance of Annual Reports Importance of Annual Reports and...
The Accounts Receivable (Sales Ledger) of Cookridge Carpets
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...Accounts Receivable (Sales Ledger) of Cookridge Carpets AAT Words Kaplan... Methodology I carried out secondaryresearch to understand the concept of internal control and systems. I read some books pertaining to the internal control and accounting systems. In which, different types and dimensions of the internal control were highlighted and discussed. After comprehensively understanding them, I put into practice that understanding in the scenario defining the accounts receivables (Sales Ledger) in the Cookridge Carpets. Executive summary The sales ledger of Cookridge Carpets has numerous weaknesses. Stefan himself decides that the existing credit term policy is not appropriate... page A Review of the...
Consumer Driven Health Plans and Health Savings Accounts
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...accounts The rising costs of health insurance have forced us to look into other options in providing health care to our employees. You requested I look into alternative options and it was determined health savings plans should be investigated more thoroughly. This memo presents a concise summary of those investigations followed by the more detailed final report. Health Savings Accounts are flexible enough to suit a variety of needs without several of the disadvantages presented by other consumer driven health plans such as Health Reimbursement Accounts or Flexible Spending Accounts... Consumer Driven Health Plans December 7, 2005 Memo CEO job December 7, 2005 SUBJECT: Health plans and health savings ac...
To What Extent Are a Company's Annual Report and Accounts
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...accounts useful in understanding and analyzing its market, productive and financial performance? Discuss using an extended example. [Name] [Course Title] [University] [Instructor’s Name] [Date] To what extent are a company’s annual report and accounts useful in understanding and analyzing its market, productive and financial performance? Discuss using an extended example. This paper is aimed at focusing the importance of annual reports and accounts with respect to analyzing the overall company’s performance. The basic tool to do this job is value added framework of accounting which does not only helps in determining the performance level... of the company under consideration but it also...
Management Accounts
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...accounting system that will further give support to them in planning, organising, and controlling their nursing home business. The Home is a residential and day care nursing home in Newport, South Wales owned in partnership by Gary Salvage and Ryan Speed. 2. Procedures: Primary... The Home: Analysis of costing methods - Allocation and apportionment of overheads Terms of reference what the report is about? This report aims at providing costing methods with appropriate procedure of allocation and apportionment cost to understand different costing methods and its deployment in management’s decision making process. This will assist the managers of “The Home” to adopt and implement a sound management...
Management Accounts
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...accounting system that will further give support to them in planning, organising, and controlling their nursing home business. The Home is a residential and day care nursing home in Newport, South Wales owned in partnership by Gary Salvage and Ryan Speed. 2. Procedures: Primary... The Home: Analysis of costing methods - Allocation and apportionment of overheads Terms of reference what the report is about This report aims at providing costing methods with appropriate procedure of allocation and apportionment cost to understand different costing methods and its deployment in management's decision making process. This will assist the managers of "The Home" to adopt and implement a sound management...
What accounts for current dilemmas concerning humanitarian intervention?
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...accounts for current dilemmas concerning humanitarian intervention? Humanitarian Intervention can be defined as a condition when the State uses its military forces against some other State, only when they get order from their chief with regards to ending the violation of human rights that is being perpetrated by that particular State. The scope of this definition may be narrow as it does not take into account non-military states of interventions i.e. the international sanctions and humanitarian. The broader understanding of humanitarian intervention may encompass some non-forcible methods that can be undertaken without the inclusion of military forces in order to alleviate the suffering... ...
Internal accounts and accouting systems-chic paints limited
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...Accounts and Accounting Systems - Chic Paints Limited Executive Summary The research report explores an in-depth understanding and of the accounting practices and standards of Chic Paints Limited (CPL) and analyse the organisation’s internal controlling mechanism. Moreover, the report also focuses on critically analysing and evaluating the current ethical practices in the organisation as well as identifying major issues in its accounting practices. In this regard, the discussion also ensures to recommend appropriate measures and practices to CPL for its sustainable accounting system and practices. In order to clearly understand and analyse the current accounting practices in CPL... , the...
How science textbooks provide philosophical normative or celebratory -- accounts of science.
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...accounts of science in different perspectives. Basically, this essay recognizes the fact that these textbooks are indeed fundamental in understanding both philosophical normative and celebratory accounts of science. Perhaps, the principal question is whether they offer adequate normative and celebratory accounts of science. The above thesis is supported by a look at both normative and celebratory accounts as follows. Usually, normative accounts of science involve an attempt to relate certain reasoning to an ultimate model while basing... Science refers to a rational and realistic endeavor involving the logical study of the configuration and behavior of the natural as well as physical world through...
Distinguish between accounts that are presented in the income statement and balance sheet.
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...Accounting Finance and Accounting To answer the question it’s good first to understand the difference between a balance sheet and an income statement. Balance sheet is a statement of account that describe the overall position of a business within a specified period of time, but it can also describe the overall position of the business from start of business to the that present time, while an income statement describes the current year performance, it details the current year profit margin. Income statement is also known as profit and loss account it shows end year income, expenses and the profit. The accounts used in income statement representation or preparation are, revenue, expenses... Finance and...
Devastatingly Human - An Analysis of Registered Nurses' Medication Error Accounts--NURSING
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...account for 78 percent of serious medical errors in the critical care unit. The technicality, complexity and the chaotic working atmosphere of nurses make nurses more amenable to medication errors. Nurses are taught that administration of medication is an individual responsibility and that the blame for administering wrong medication is on the individual who has administered the drug. According to Camire et al (2009), "given the large body of literature about... ?Medication Errors: Devastatingly Human Dispensing medicines is a risky task and medication errors are common in nursing profession. Camire et al (2009) opined that medication errors are the most common errors in nursing profession and they...
Issues in Accounting Theory and Practice (Case Study National Greenhouse Accounts Factor)
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...Accounts Factor Department: Case Study National Greenhouse Accounts Factor Activity 1 Contex limited is a company that rents-out tools for mining sites and constructions. It has a different division that rents out and leases motor vehicles. The CEO of the company worries that the new tax placed on carbon will affect the company’s share prices. This is mainly because there has been a drop on the share prices since the listing of Contex a year before. Regulations define emissions as the discharge of greenhouse gases into the environment, which result to scope 1 and 2 emissions. Activity 2 Scope 1 emissions deals with a facility’s direct emission of GHG as a result of its... Case Study National Greenhouse...
Issues in Accounting Theory and Practice (Case Study National Greenhouse Accounts Factor)
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...account for more than 60 per cent reported emissions. Activity 2 Scope 2 emissions are in most cases a type of indirect emission. The scope deals with activities that produce... ?Activity Contex limited is a company that rents-out tools for mining sites and constructions. It has a different division that rents out and leases motor vehicles. The CEO of the company worries that the new tax placed on carbon will affect the company’s share prices. This is mainly because there has been a drop on the share prices since the listing of Contex a year before. Regulations define emissions as the discharge of greenhouse gases into the environment, which result to scope 1 and 2 emissions. Scope 1 emissions deals with ...
Company law for accounts. A promoter of a company. Pre-incorporation contracts. Change of company name.
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...accounts Outline I Secret Profit A. Introduction B. The case law , case study and application C. Conclusion II Pre-incorporation contracts A. Introduction B. The case law , case study and application C. Conclusion III Promoter criminal liability IV Change of Name V Websites used Reference List 1. Secret Profit Introduction A promoter of a company has many duties including disclosure of any profits made during the promotion of the company. This means that one must not make any secret profit without disclosing it if he a promoter. If one of the promoters uses the name of a company to incorporate to make profits or any transaction concerning the pre-incorporated company, then he/she... ? Company law for...
Writing A Critique -Patient and nurse accounts of violent incidents in Medium Secure units
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...Accounts of Violent Incidents in a Medium Secure Unit. Journal ofPsychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 11, 341–347. Before conducting a detailed critical appraisal of the paper, some of the points which are worth mentioning as we look at the paper are: 1. The study is a qualitative study involving a very small sample size. 2. The flow of information across the paper is clear and easy language is used to explain the research. 3. Since the study is a qualitative research, there is no outcome measure which has been studied. Title The title of the study is "Patient and nurse accounts of violent incidents... Critical Appraisal of the Article: Hinsby, K. & Baker,M. (2004). Patient and Nurse...
Examine the contribution of functionalists accounts towards an explanation of the family
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...accounts towards an explanation of the family Introduction Functionalist approaches to sociology bear similarity with other approaches to sociology. However, functionalist approaches tend to lay more emphasis on function, equilibrium, consensus, interdependence and evolutionary theory. Functionalism tends to focus on the macro-sociological perspective of the existing institutional structures in the society. The functional part of the ‘structural functional approach’ lays emphasis on the positive contribution made by the different parts of the society that causes it to function as a whole. The functionalism theory is an attempt at explaining how the different... Topic contribution of functionalists...
Analysis of Accounts
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...accounting frameworks and policies (Peterson & Fabozzi, 2012). Moreover, investors may also find ratio analysis less useful when the analysis... ? Financial Analysis – Margate plc Financial Analysis – Margate plc Introduction Margate plc operates in the leisure industry in the South-East of England. The company has expanded rapidly in recent years mainly by the acquisition of other businesses. The wet weather in the summer of 2012 has affected sales. High Dean plc is considering making a substantial, long-term investment in Margate plc. High Dean plc operates across Europe in the leisure and hospitality industries. They are in a strong financial position with cash available to invest. This report...
Discuss using an extended example how annual report and accounts can be used to analyse and
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...accounts can be used to analyse Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Important disclosures by the management 3 Financial ratios 4 Analysing the Income Statement 4 Analysing the Balance Sheet 5 Analysing Cash Flow Statement 6 Introduction The companies are mandated by legal requirements to prepare annual reports. These reports give an idea about the financial performance of a company in a year. Annual reports comprise three key statements- Profit and loss account, Balance Sheet and Cash flow Statement. These statements are prepared in accordance with a set of accounting standards. The external parties like stakeholders, creditors... Discuss using an extended example how annual report and...
A look into the Accounts of Love as depicted in The Symposium by Plato
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...Accounts of Love as depicted in The Symposium by Plato The Symposium starts with dialogues between Eryximachus and Phaedrus, where he proposes that "as good a speech in praise of love as he is capable of giving" (Symposium176e-177d). In return, Socrates ignites the discussion by mentioning that the only thing he understands is "the art of love" (Symposium177e). Aristophanes joins the discussion and expresses his views on love. According to him there were originally three types of humans: male, female, and an androgynous (Symposium189e). He also noted that the male was an offspring of the sun whereas the female was the offspring of the earth, and the androgen was the offspring... A look into the Accounts ...
You are tasked with analyzing the last four years of accounts of a global mining company
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...Accounts of a Global Mining Company Financial ments show financial status of an organization at the end of a financial period. Through ratio analysis, performance of an organization can be reviewed over a period. This report discusses analysis of an organization’s performance based on financial ratios over a four-year period. Liquidity Liquidity position is one of the measures performance and liquidity ratios compare current assets and current liabilities. Liquidity is directly proportional to computed ratio, with a ratio of 1:1 being the accepted value in practice (Thukaram 2007, p. 87- 89). Graph 1 shows the company’s liquidity ratios over the four-year period... Analysis of the Last Four Years of...
Accounts from Guatemala: Critical Reception of the Works of Rigoberta Menchu
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...Accounts from Guatemala: Critical Reception of the Works of Rigoberta Menchu Thesis Statement Her book "Accounts from Guatemala" and the political campaign she championed for social justice won her international concentration to the clash between military government of Guatemala and the indigenous Indians. Introduction The situation in Guatemala is similar to South Africa, where the black majority is ruled with absolute power by the white minority. Like South Africa, the Indians in Guatemala are lacking in even the most basic of human rights. 'Indeed the so-called forest Indians are being systematically exterminated in the name of progress. But unlike the Indian rebels... [The [The Accounts from ...
Explain how the molecular structure of cell membranes accounts for their selective permeability
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...accounts for their selective permeability. The cell membrane is a very important structure which forms the outer covering of the cells. Its integrity and normal working is very essential for the proper functioning of the human body as well as the carrying out of normal metabolic functions. The main components of the cell membrane are the lipids and the proteins with the proteins forming a major component of the membrane. Fifty five percent of the cell membrane is constituted by proteins. That is for approximately fifty molecules of lipids, there is one protein molecule present. Other than proteins and lipids the cell membrane also consists... ?Explain how the molecular structure of cell membranes...
Criminology theory (explain how conflict theory accounts for criminal behavior) See instruction.
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...accounts for criminal behavior) Conflict theory is based upon the view that the major reasons for wrongdoing are the social and budgetary strengths working inside pop culture. (FSU) The criminal justice framework and criminal law are thought to be working for the benefit of rich and effective social elites, with coming about approaches pointed at controlling the poor. (FSU)The criminal justice stronghold points at forcing norms of profound quality and great conduct made by the influential overall of public opinion. (FSU) Center is on differentiating the compelling from have nots who would take from others and securing themselves from physical attacks... Criminology theory (explain how conflict theory...
Wolseley Accounts Report
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...Accounting. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall. Khan, M. (1993). Theory & Problems in Financial Management. Boston: McGraw Hill Higher Education. Levy, H., & Brooks, R. (1986). Financial Break-Even Analysis and the Value of the Firm. Financial Management, vol. 15, no. 3, pp. 22-26... ?Introduction Financial ments reflect the financial performance of the company usually in a period of one year. The financial ments are very important for different stakeholders including shareholders, investors, customers, suppliers, economists, management, and governmental agencies and other stakeholders that are directly or indirectly affected the operations and performance of the company. This report will analyse the financial...
Wolseley Accounts Report
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...Accounting. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall. Khan, M. (1993). Theory & Problems in Financial Management. Boston: McGraw Hill Higher Education. Levy, H., & Brooks, R. (1986). Financial Break-Even Analysis and the Value of the Firm... Introduction Financial ments reflect the financial performance of the company usually in a period of one year. The financial ments are veryimportant for different stakeholders including shareholders, investors, customers, suppliers, economists, management, and governmental agencies and other stakeholders that are directly or indirectly affected the operations and performance of the company. This report will analyse the financial performance of Wolseley Group and how the group has...
Interpretation of accounts
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...accounting principles. (The vertical analysis of the financial statements and the computation of the ratios are found in the Excel document.) List of References Tesco PLC (2009... Tesco PLC and J Sainbury plc Company Profiles Tesco PLC stands to be the largest grocery retailer in the United Kingdom (UK) and the third largest inthe world. The company’s management takes pride in their ability to respond to the prevailing needs of the market through lowered prices, newly introduced cheaper substitutes for essential products and improved promotions. Tesco’s core strengths – namely, “selling food and everyday essentials, owning our own property and having a broad business base” – have significantly boosted ...
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