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CostBehaviorAnalysisUniversity of PhoenixNovember 13, 2017
An Investment in the Rodeo“The club made an investment in the rodeo”Jonathan Edmunds, CPANet Loss: $8,326Provided a positive outlook and view of the fact that the rodeo incurreda loss rather than breaking even as hopedEdmunds’ statement is consistent in that it demonstrates a belief thatthe fundraiser would grow annually.
Fundraiser GoalsContinue to grow each yearAs CPA detailing what changes could be made to allow potential for the rodeo togrow would be more consistent with the goals.Give back to the communityDetailing how growth could enable the rodeo to give back to the community by wayof growth in funds would also be more beneficialProvide the club a presence in the communityProviding insight into the two first goals would pave the way for the rodeo to have acontinued and positive presence in the community
Circular Club Income StatementReceipts

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