• Q : What is the amount of anna''s recognized gain...
    Accounting Basics :

    Anna transferred land with an adjusted basis to her of $20,000 and a fair market value of $56,000 to Elm Corporation in exchange for 100% of Elm Corporation's only class of stock.

  • Q : Compare consumption levels of workers in both countries...
    Microeconomics :

    Compare the consumption levels of workers in both countries. What explains the differences between countries?

  • Q : Annual cash flow associated with the perpetuity...
    Accounting Basics :

    A perpetuity with the first annual cash flow paid at the beginning of year 4 is equivalent to receiving $100,000 in 15 years time. Assume that the perpetuity and the lump sum are of equivalent risk

  • Q : Charitable contribution allowance...
    Accounting Basics :

    calculate the charitable contribution allowance for 2009. Provide a recommendation (500-750 word memo) to Salem management regarding tax implications of this contribution.

  • Q : Determining the overall rate of return...
    Finance Basics :

    Calculate the overall rate of return (or "cap rate"). Calculate the debt coverage ratio. What is the largest loan that you can obtain (holding the other terms constant) if the lender requires a debt

  • Q : Property-casualty insurance companies...
    Accounting Basics :

    From the first e-Activity, recently, property/casualty insurance companies have been criticized because they reserve for the total loss as much as five (5) years before it may happen.

  • Q : Total amount of manufacturing costs-ending work in process...
    Accounting Basics :

    What was the total amount of manufacturing costs assigned to the 5,000 units in the ending work in process?

  • Q : Calculate estimated correlation between blandy and gourmnge...
    Accounting Basics :

    Explain correlation to your client. Calculate the estimated correlation between Blandy and Gourmange. Does this explain why the portfolio standard deviation was less than Blandy's standard deviation

  • Q : Test and partial year depreciation...
    Accounting Basics :

    MACRS 40% Test and Partial Year Depreciation. Large Corporation acquired and placed in service the following 100% business-use assets. Large did not elect Sec. 179 expensing on any of these properti

  • Q : Diagnostic financial performance categories...
    Finance Basics :

    Using the list from the back of your textbook, for the following 6 diagnostic financial performance categories, decide which ratios (2-3 for each diagnostic category listed) you wish to use.

  • Q : Did the exchange rate overshoot...
    Microeconomics :

    Consider a world in which prices are sticky in the short-run and perfectly flexible in the long-run. Did the exchange rate "overshoot?" If so, identify the overshooting in your diagram.

  • Q : How nominal interest rates and prices evolve over time...
    Microeconomics :

    How do nominal interest rates, prices, and the exchange rate evolve over time? Please use a separate time series diagram for each variable.

  • Q : Dividend yield plus growth rate approach...
    Finance Basics :

    Calculate the organizations' cost of equity using the dividend yield plus growth rate approach and the security market line (SML) model approach.

  • Q : Basic and diluted earnings per share problem...
    Accounting Basics :

    During 2013, XYZ paid the regular annual dividend on the preferred and common stock. Net income for the year was $300,000. Required: Calculate XYZ's basic and diluted earnings per share for 2013.

  • Q : Prepare the adjusting journal entries at december...
    Accounting Basics :

    You are engaged in the audit of the financial statements of Holman Corporation for the year ended December 31, 20X6. The accompanying analyses of the Property, Plant, and Equipment and related accum

  • Q : Non-separately stated ordinary income...
    Accounting Basics :

    Cougar, Inc., is a calendar year S corporation. Cougar's Form 1120S shows non-separately stated ordinary income of $80,000 for the year. Johnny owns 40% of the Cougar stock throughout the year. The

  • Q : Sustainable economic growth and price stability...
    Finance Basics :

    How effective do you believe the FOMC has been using open market operations to achieve sustainable economic growth and price stability?

  • Q : Derive the marginal cost function of producing tulip bulbs...
    Microeconomics :

    State Iris's cost minimization problem and use it to derive the optimal quantities of N and A given the number of tulips produced. Derive the marginal cost function of producing tulip bulbs.

  • Q : How much revenue should be reported...
    Accounting Basics :

    Howard Construction Co. contracted to build a bridge for $3,000,000. Construction began in 2012 and was completed in 2013. Data relating to the construction are:

  • Q : Computing the initial outlay...
    Finance Basics :

    Increased sales from Auburn University Finance faculty looking for a working copier are expected to be $20,000 per year with operating costs (excluding depreciation) of $5,000 per year. Calculate th

  • Q : Research paper on social responsibility in environment...
    Finance Basics :

    Create a research paper that discusses how one company (of your choice) illustrates social responsibility in its environment. Discuss what leadership does to promote social responsibility and how thi

  • Q : Concept of imputed act...
    Finance Basics :

    Explain the concept of imputed act. Assuming you are the training manager you need to explain to an entry level agent trainee on how imputed act could endanger the whole company.

  • Q : Explain what are the effects on aggregate demand curve...
    Microeconomics :

    For each of the following scenarios briefly explain what are the effects on the aggregate demand curve: The Fed lowers the discount rate.

  • Q : General business tax credit limitation...
    Accounting Basics :

    During 2012, Joule Company, a sole proprietorship, earned general business tax credits of $30,000 for energy conservation and rehabilitation expenditures.

  • Q : Calculate and graph the marginal cost of each pie...
    Microeconomics :

    Calculate and graph the marginal cost of each pie. Show your calculations! Why does the MC curve have the slope (up, down, or flat) that it does?

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