ETHICAL DILEMMA #2 Tax

ETHICAL DILEMMA #2 Tax - Jordan Evans ETHICAL DILEMMA #2...

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Jordan Evans ETHICAL DILEMMA #2 – DUE OCTOBER 17 Clyde owns a trucking firm that operates in the Mid-Atlantic states. One of his major customers frequently ships goods between Charlotte and Baltimore. Occasionally, the customer sends last- minute shipments that are outbound for Europe on a freighter sailing from Baltimore. To satisfy the delivery schedule in these cases, Clyde’s drivers must substantially exceed the speed limit. Clyde’s business pays for any related speeding tickets. Twice within the past year, drivers have had their licenses suspended for 30 days for driving at such excessive speeds. Clyde’s firm continues to pay the driver’s salary during such suspension periods. Clyde believes that it is necessary to conduct his business in this manner if it is to be profitable, maintain the support of his drivers, and maintain the goodwill of his customers. Evaluate Clyde’s business practices.
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Jordan Evans October 17, 2011 Ethical Dilemma #2
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