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# River corp's total assets at the end of last year were $415,000 and its net income was $32,750. what was its return on total assets? a. 7.89%b. 8.29%c. 8.70%d. 9.14%e. 9.59%

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Business, 22.06.2019 00:00

Ok, so, theoretical question: if i bought the mona lisa legally, would anyone be able to stop me from eating it? why or why not?

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Business, 22.06.2019 07:10

Walsh company manufactures and sells one product. the following information pertains to each of the companyās first two years of operations: variable costs per unit: manufacturing: direct materials $ 25 direct labor $ 12 variable manufacturing overhead $ 5 variable selling and administrative $ 4 fixed costs per year: fixed manufacturing overhead $ 400,000 fixed selling and administrative expenses $ 60,000 during its first year of operations, walsh produced 50,000 units and sold 40,000 units. during its second year of operations, it produced 40,000 units and sold 50,000 units. the selling price of the companyās product is $83 per unit. required: 1. assume the company uses variable costing: a. compute the unit product cost for year 1 and year 2. b. prepare an income statement for year 1 and year 2. 2. assume the company uses absorption costing: a. compute the unit product cost for year 1 and year 2. b. prepare an income statement for year 1 and year 2. 3. reconcile the difference between variable costing and absorption costing net operating income in year 1.

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Business, 22.06.2019 08:00

Put each of them in order.(there's not just one answer)you are a young entrepreneur with a startup business. you now seek credit from the bank to expand it. what are the steps you will have to take? 1. you support your loanapplication with relevantdocuments.2. you fill out the loanapplication form at the bank3. you get an approval for theloan and the money isdisbursed to your businessaccount4. you use the credit tofurther your business plan.5. you have an interview withthe loan officer and youexplain your business plan.

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Business, 22.06.2019 21:10

The following transactions and events that occurred in the village of kowitt gorge during the calendar year 2019: 1. the village commissioners adopted the following budget: estimated revenues: property taxes $1,850,000 all other revenues 300,000 total revenues $2,150,000 appropriations: all departments other than police $1,000,000 policeāsalaries 600,000 policeāfringe benefits 450,000 policeāsupplies 80,000 total appropriations $2,130,000 2. the village received, in cash, property taxes of $1,840,000 and all other revenues of $295,000. 3. the village made cash payments, charging the following appropriations: all departments other than police $1,000,000 policeāsalaries 595,000 policeāfringe benefits 390,000 4. the administrator of fringe benefits received an invoice for police employee health insurance in the amount of $95,000, together with a letter from the insurance provider, explaining that the large increase was caused by a change in federal laws. the invoice could not be paid because the policeāfringe benefits appropriation had a balance of only $60,000 (appropriation of $450,000 minus expenditures in item 3 of $390,000). as a result, the village commissioners amended the budget as follows: increase: appropriation for policeāfringe benefits $35,000 decrease: appropriation for policeāsalaries 5,000 decrease: appropriation for policeāsupplies 25,000 use of fund balance 5,000 5. the village paid the invoice for $95,000, referred to in item 4 above, charging the appropriation for policeāfringe benefits. 6. the police department placed po 2019a for firearms in the amount of $30,000 and po 2019b for uniforms in the amount of $20,000, all charged to the appropriation for policeāsupplies. (enter these pos as one transaction.) 7. after receiving po 2019a, the supplier notified the police department that a change in the design of the weapons would increase the cost to $32,000. the department sent the supplier an amended po, increasing it by $2,000. 8. the police department received the uniforms ordered on po 2019b, together with an invoice for $20,000. the department approved the invoice for payment. record the transactions and events applicable to the appropriations for policeāfringe benefits and policeāsupplies in the following appropriations ledger. notes: use a negative sign with your answers if: 1. the amount entered in the appropriation column is a debit (dr.) rather than a credit (cr.); or 2. the amount entered in the expenditures column is a credit (cr.) rather than a debit ( in the available appropriation column, enter the appropriate balance after every transaction/event, even if a transaction isn't recorded in a particular ledger for that transaction. for transaction 6, enter both purchase orders (pos) as one combined transaction. appropriations ledger appropriation: police - fringe benefits appropriation encumbrances expenditures available transaction cr. dr. cr. dr. appropriation 1 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 2 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 3 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 4 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 5 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 6 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 7 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 8 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 appropriations ledger appropriation: police - supplies appropriation encumbrances expenditures available transaction cr. dr. cr. dr. appropriation 1 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 2 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 3 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 4 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 5 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 6 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 7 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 8 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0 answer 0

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