Section 7.3 Interview Questions
1. How would you describe yourself?
I would probably describe myself as a hardworking, and enthusiastic person. I am the type to
always see the good and funny things out of certain situations.
1. Describe ethical relativism and at least three philosophical challenges to position.
According to the book Business Ethics, ethical relativism is the theory holds that ethical values and
judgments are ultimately dependent upon, or relative to, one's cu
2. What are the two ethical justifications for the economic model or corporate of social responsibility?
What are the most significant challenges facing these justifications?
One of the ethical justifications for the economic model or corporate of social
Utilitarian ethics is relevant to business by the fact that offers the criteria by which the basic structure of
business ought to be determined.
Efficiency is one of the challenges of utilitarianism. We can appreciate this challenge at the time of giving
1. Do organizations to which you belong (e.g., a school, a club, a fraternity/ sorority a sport team) have a
culture ? How did it arise? How could it be change?
The organizations to which I belong have a culture, one of the organizations to whic
Assignment 1 (Acct 6222): Go to the facts in textbook problem 2 on page 74 in which C receives a 10% profits interest in the AB partnership (on January 1, 2010); however, assume that instead of a profits ONLY interest, that C receives a 10% capital (and p
(1) If C does not make a Sec 83(b) election Because C does not make a Sec 83(b) election, C is not a partner until Jan 1, 2015. C does not report any income under Sec. 83(a) until Jan 2015. AB partnership Jan 1, 2010 Basis Building 1000000 Total assets 10
Sec. 83. Property transferred in connection with performance of services (a) General rule If, in connection with the performance of services, property is transferred to any person other than the person for whom such services are performed, the excess of (
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50 Multiple-choice questions, 2 points each, 25 questions from the chapter 3 through 10 (same coverage of the mid-term exam), 25 questions from chapter 14, 15, and 17. Chapter 11, 12 will not be included in the final exam.
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Midterm Exam Answer Section
MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. ANS: D $2,100 + $800 + $500 [50%($600 + $400)] = $3,400. No allocation is required for domestic transportation costs (i.e., the airfare). PTS: 1 2. ANS: D Asset A Asset B Asset C Less: Statutory floor Less: A
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Business 3 INCOME TAX ACCOUNTING Spring, 2010 Thursday, 6:00 9:50 p.m. Room 1612
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Sections 3.3 3.10
Business Bad Debts
C Fully deductible when written off
Non-Business Bad Debts
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Income Tax Chapter 3
Business Expenses & Retirement Plans
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Rental income taxable Rental loss may be deductible within limits
Schedule E rental income or loss Schedule C business income or loss
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Sales Tax Property Taxes
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