The Dallas Project
1 & 2) I allocated the purchase costs in three different ways. I am recommending that the real
estate corporation allocate costs using the following method because it maximizes the projects
Undeveloped Finished Lots
Portion of Value
Total Purchase or Market Value of Property
Allocation of Purchase Cost
Allocation Per Unit
Chapter 11Preventing Fraud
1. Control activities can be grouped as preventive controls and detective controls. Which of the
following is a detective control?
a. System of authorizations
b. Segregation of duties
c. Independent checks
Chapter 12Recognizing the Symptoms of Fraud
1. Who in an organization is NOT in a good position to recognize fraud during the theft act?
a. Other employees
2. In which stage do auditors have a good chan
HealthSouth Corporation is a large, public healthcare company that operates 93 impatient
rehabilitation hospitals, six long-term acute care hospitals, and 25 home health agencies.
According to its website, HealthSouth is the
Wells Fargo Fraud Scandal
Wells Fargo & company owns Wells Fargo Bank, The bank is located only in the U.S standing
across 40 states with 8,800 branches. Wells Fargo offers investment services, retirement plans,
and services for business owners. Wells Far
Does Corporate social responsibility have an influenceon tax avodance and what other factors stregthen the relationship?
Hypothesis: The level of CSR performance of a firm influenced its corporate tax avoidance.
This research relates to MAN
Chapters 7-8 In-class assignment
Team Member Names_
Use the QSPM below to select a strategy and create an implementation plan based on the
information in Chapters 7-8.
Strategy 1 - build a new manufacturing plant in Belgium or Germany.
Wells Fargo Fraud
Ranzer Thomas, Samuel Reese
Brief Company Overview SR
Fraud Scheme Summary RT
Fraud Triangle RT
Illustration of Financial Documents EL
20/20 Hindsight SR
420 Montgomery St.
San Francisco, CA 94104
On March 18, 1852 Henry Wells and William Fargo founded a joint stock company that provided
banking services in Faraway, California. Wells Fargo
In the article, GOP senates say house health bill wont pass without changes by Kristina
Peterson, Michelle Hack Man and Louise Radnofsky. Under the GOP Health Care Plan, the
independent reports expose that millions of people will be uninsured. The new bil
Student Manual Phase 1
Community Voice/ Introduction
Organizations role in the community to empower the youth in Gadsden County to be more
productive in school and avoid peer pressure from their env
ASSET TURNOVER IS CONSIDERED TO BE A RATIO ON EFFICIENCY. A COMPANY USES
THIS RATIO TO DETERMINE IF THEY ARE ABLE TO GENERATE REVENUE OFF OF THEIR
Service Learning Bid Form
Formatting Note: You may write or type your response. Please delete lines if you type your response.
Team Letter: _D_ Leader: Ranzer Thomas_
Members: Brooke P.A. Nelson, Sherrell Briggs, Samuel Reese
The One Minute Manager Assignment
In the video the the one minute manager the three secrets that are revealed to being a great
manger are (1) One minute goal setting (2) One Minute Praising and (3) One minute reprimand.
Health South Scandal
1) The Company
a) Nature of the Company:
a.i) HealthSouth Corporation is a large, public healthcare company.
a.ii) The nations largest provider of impatient rehabilitation services.
b) Financial Position of the Company:
Nancy should be very concerned about Bob. Bob has worked for the company for a
long period of time and he has gained the banks trust which gives Bob an easier
opportunity to commit embezzlement against the comp
Assessing mitigating the risk of fraud means that an organization should have a process
in place that both defines where the greatest fraud risks are and evaluates and tests
controls that mitigate those risks.
Spring Semester 2013
Article Review #1
ImClone Founder Pleads Guilty to 6 Charges
February 28, 2013
After thoroughly analyzing, I perceived that the purposes of this article were to inform its
Create and foster the ethical compromises 2000-2002 Elements 1-9
To begin, there were many existing problems and unethical actions by the booming economy
1990s and early 2000s. The booming economic conditions allowed fraud perpetrators to
conceal their ac
What we know:
Sales price per unit is $55
Production Price per unit is $35
Monthly Fixed Costs is $10,000
November produced 500, December produced 750, January produced 1,000, and each month after increased 500 per month
Production sales 30 days before pr
System theory 9:30 class.
1. There are various of accounts that are required for me to be fit and set to be hired as a forensic accountant. First I would have to have a general understanding of accounting to understand how accounts and stat
Hershey Company (The) (NYS: HSY)
General Company Information
100 Crystal A Drive Hershey, PA 170 www.hersheys.com
311320 : Chocolate and Confectionery Manufacturing from Cacao Beans