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### Chapter 2 Team Assignment

Course: ACCT 5100, Spring 2011
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UGA - ACCT - 5100
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UGA - ACCT - 5100
UGA - ACCT - 5100
Chapter 11 Team Assignment #31) Upgrade OI= (SP VC)(units over 3 years) One time equip costs= (500 140)(18,000) 2,700,000= \$3,780,000Replace OI= (SP VC)(units over 3 years) (one time equip costs + disposal costs)= (500 80)(18,000) (4,200,000 + 600,
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Gannett WatchesConsider the following information for the assembly division of Gannett Watches Inc., whichoperates under the weighted-average method of process costing.PhysicalUnits(watches)75515460130DirectMaterialsWork in process, beginning
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ACCT 5100- Managerial AccountingSpring 2011Course OutlineInstructorOfficePhoneE-mailOfficeHoursDr. Santhosh Ramalingegowda220 Brooks Hall706-542-3612smr@uga.eduMon: 4.00pm - 5.15 p.m.Wed: 10.15am - 11.30 a.m.and by appointmentTAOfficeGre
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Jacob McMillenThe National Football League (NFL)Advertising the NFL has an extensive advertising campaign, driven primarily through TV spots andinternet promotion. The company has a great deal of leverage with TV networks involved with sportscoverage
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Strategy HomeworkJacob McMillen1) Growth StrategiesMarket Penetration (existing markets, existing products) Gillette is currentlyusing a market penetration strategy in an attempt to gain a greater market share inthe mens shaving industry. It is using
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Marketing is determining customer needs and satisfying them using the 4 Ps1. Product2. Price3. Promotion4. PlaceTarget Group/Market subset of consumers who share similar needs and wantsImmediate Exchange mutual recognition of valueLong term relatio
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Marketing Research ImportanceImprove decision making qualityUnderstand whyTrace problemsUnderstand changes in the marketplaceThe Marketing Research Process1. Define Problem translate a broader management decision problem into a marketingresearch pr
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Promotional MixAdvertisingoImpersonaloOne-way communicationoPaid for by marketerPR corporate activities designed to create awareness and publicity for the firmSales Promotion marketing in which a short-term incentive motivates a purchase; aimeda
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C HAPTER 1Management Process1. Planning2. Deciding3. EvaluatingManagement Resources1. Human Xerox CEO Anne Mulcahy2. Financial3. Material4. Informational5. (Book) TechnologyUncertainty levels the playing field between big and small fi rmsPolar
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CHAPTER 2Types of Uncertainty1. State base level environmental uncertainty2. Effect uncertainty of effects of change on environment3. Response uncertainty of consequences of particular decisionsOrg. Responses to Uncertainty1. Defenders efficiency ex
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Entrepreneurs usually age 22-45SBA Small Business AdministrationSmall Business500 or fewer employeesIndependently owned and operatedNot the dominant force in its industry99% of businesses in U.S.87% of businesses employ fewer than 20 individuals60
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New Notes1. What is the most popular type of team that comprises of knowledge workers who gatherto solve a problem and then disband?a. Management teamb. Work teamc. Problem solving teamd. Virtual team2. Which team comprises of workers and superviso
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Acme, Inc. has \$600,000 of taxable income prior to any 179 expense in 2009, Acme purchases andplaces the following assets into service:5/2/09 computers5-yr\$380,0007/6/09 building39-yr\$800,00010/12/09 machines7-yr\$475,0001) What is Acmes max 179
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A lvin sells machine A (FMV 120K, Cost 110K, Accumulated Depreciation 35K) to randy form achine B (FMV 90K, Adjusted Basis 80K). Randy also assumed Alvins mortgage of 30K.T he machines are in the same 7 year asset class, and both are used in business.A
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Pat owns interests in 2 partnerships. He is a limited partner in partnership C. He is a generalpartner in partnership G and works 620 hours per year in G. In Year 1, Cs first year ofoperations, Pat invested \$25,000 in C and his share of Cs liabilities w
UGA - ACCT - 5400
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Supplemental Income and LossSCHEDULE E(Form 1040)Department of the TreasuryInternal Revenue Service (99)Name(s) shown on returnOMB No. 1545-00742009(From rental real estate, royalties, partnerships,S corporations, estates, trusts, REMICs, etc.)A
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Certain Cash Contributions for Haiti Relief Can Be Deducted on Your2009 Tax ReturnA new law allows you to choose to deduct certain charitable contributions ofmoney on your 2009 tax return instead of your 2010 return. The contributionsmust have been ma
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Chapter 1I. DEFINITION OF A TAXEXAMPLE: Are the following taxes?1. A \$50 fee for a marriage license2. Increased sales tax to pay for construction on Lumpkin Street3. Postage paid to mail a package4. Property taxes on a home5. Speeding ticketII. TA
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Tax1. Involuntary payment2. Required by government3. Unrelated to specific benefitTax base value subject to taxTax = f(Tax_Base, Tax_Rate)Tax = Tax_Base * Tax_RateTypes of Tax Rates1. Statutory Marginal Tax Rate the amount of money paid/saved on t
UGA - ACCT - 5400
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Taxable Activities1. Trade or Business Activities2. Investment3. PersonalBusiness Expenses must be ordinary, necessary, and reasonableRent and Royalty Expenses Schedule E for AGI deductionLosses and Gains from Business Assets Schedule D individuals
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ACCT 5400 Taxation 1 - Syllabus Fall 2010Instructor: Cory JohnsonOffice: G5 Brooks HallOffice Phone: 542 5954Office Hours: Tuesdays 9:30-10:30 and Wednesdays 1:30-2:30 and by appointmentMeeting Time-Location:T/R 8:00 9:15 Caldwell 204Required Text:
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Chapter7TaxComputationsandCreditsI. Tax Rate Schedules See inside cover of bookA.Marriagepenalty/benefitdifferentliabilityresultsfromusingdifferentschedulesB.ExceptionstoBasicTaxComputation1. Preferentialratesforcapitalgainsanddividendscertaincapitalg
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UGA - ACCT - 5400
UGA - ACCT - 5400
UGA - ACCT - 5400
PassiveActivityLossSupplementThissupplementdiscusseslossesincurredfromtheoperationsorconductofaprofitmotivatedactivity.Wewillfocusonmethodsofdeductingtheselosses,aswellasspecificlimitations.GeneralRuleOnlygetdeductionsforlossesthatresultfromprofitmoti
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InvestmentsandBasisI.AnnuallytaxedinvestmentsInterestfrombonds/savingsaccountsDividendsfromstockaretaxedannuallyAftertaxrateisaspreviouslycomputed:ATR = PTR (1 MTR)Ifinvestmentexceeds1year,futurevalue= I (1+ATR)nEXAMPLE1:Anninvests\$10,000inabondbear
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African EconomiesMost African economies are dependent on agriculture, specifically, low-resource agriculture. About60 percent of Africans work in the agricultural sector with the number rising to 75 percent in sub-SaharanAfrica. It contributes 17 perce
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Assignment 6Part One Multiple Choice Questions. 15 pointsSelect the best answer for each of the following questions. (Questions 1-15)Question 1Africans are said to be in all things religious!trueQuestion 2The challenges to the understanding and stu