# Category: Accounting

## Category: Accounting

###### Create your personal budget.

Create your personal budget. For the next twelve-month period beginning in January and ending in December, forecast your income for each month, your base expenditures for each month, and your special expenditures for each month. You have to create an actual personal budget. The figures must be real. If you

###### Write a research paper in current APA format and prepare a 10 slide Microsoft PowerPoint presentation of Ethical Leadership and Decision Making in Accounting in relationship to the model of Ethical Behavior that summarize your written paper.

Assignment Question Write a research paper in current APA format and prepare a 10 slide Microsoft PowerPoint presentation of Ethical Leadership and Decision Making in Accounting in relationship to the model of Ethical Behavior that summarize your written paper.

###### Calculate the value of your respective company using two stage dividend discount model.

Q1. Calculate the value of your respective company using two stage dividend discount model. For the valuation you need variables dividend, growth rate and required rate of return. • Dividend: For dividend use the current dividend (2019) as D0 and then calculate the future dividend. • Growth rate: Use the

###### How does the percentage of spending compare with the percentage of the final vote?

1) Go to the Federal Election Commission’s website (www.fec.gov) or Open Secrets’s website (www.opensecrets.org). 2)Select a recent congressional campaign and identify the candidates? 3)How much did each candidate raise? 4)How much did each spend? 5)How much came from individuals and from political action committees (PACs)? 6)Calculate the percentage of the

###### If we have an estimate pˆ = 0.25 and if we want the margin of error to be ±3% (with 99% confidence), how many individuals should we sample?

1. 361 students recorded the number of hours of television they watch per week. The sample mean is 6.5 hours with a sample standard deviation 2.5 hours. Construct a 99% confidence interval for the population mean number of hours of television students watch per week. 2. In a survey of

###### How many of each type of air compressor should the company produce to maximize profit?

Solve Problem and Applications:  ch 13- prob 7 [Klein Industries manufactures three types of portable  air compressors] in page 451 at the end of chapter 13 in your textbook,  USA 5th edition. The data is given as part of the question. There is no  external data set provided. Use what

###### Last year, the price for thermometer covers in a pediatrician’s office was \$0.05 each. This year, the covers cost \$0.06 each. If the office purchased 10,000 thermometer covers this year, what is the price variance?

1. Management has studied work patterns in the housekeeping department and estimates the number of hours to be worked as follows. Hours worked = (1,500 per month) + (0.50 X RVUs).For the coming month, management expects relative value units (RVU) to be 5,800. What should budgeted labor for the month

###### Assume that the \$3,000 interest earnings from Harry’s trust fund will be included in his annual income for the purposes of calculating the likely dollar loss if he were to die.

Assume that the \$3,000 interest earnings from Harry’s trust fund will  be included in his annual income for the purposes of calculating the  likely dollar loss if he were to die.

###### How are financial statements used to evaluate business activities?

How are financial statements used to evaluate business activities? What is managerial accounting and how does it help businesses create a competitive advantage What skills must be developed to evaluate company performance? How are investment and operations alternatives evaluated and selected?

###### Determine the probability that a random box of brand B raisins would fall between 25.8 and 29.4 (within one standard deviation of the mean).

(a) determine the probability that a random box of brand B raisins would fall between 25.8 and 29.4 (within one standard deviation of the mean) (b) calculate the values that are two standard deviations away from the mean. Sketch them on the graph. (c) determine the probability that a random