10 business questions link of the book–>

10 business questions link of the book–> http://6thfloor.pp.fi/fgv/gettingtoyes.pdf,link of the video–>https://assethub.online.fullsail.edu/assethub/NDMMockNegotiationforWeek1_718e36f0-137a-42c1-978b-099eb29f913e.mov,,If you need any password to enter let me know ,Thank you

Historically risk management has generally been limited to pure

Historically risk management has generally been limited to pure loss exposure, including property risks, liability risks and personnel risk. Recently, many companies have begun to take a more holistic management approach to pure and speculative risk. In a three-to-four-page, APA-formatted paper, discuss the changing landscape of risk management. Be sure to identify causal factors for change, risk management tools, and desired outcomes. Use at least two scholarly sources in your paper, including a minimum of one from the Ashford Online Library

When to debit/credit a deferred tax asset/liability?When

When to debit/credit a deferred tax asset/liability?,When calculating deferred tax assets and liabilities from pretax income and and permanent and temporary differences in accounting income vs. the tax return, I am having trouble figuring out how I know when to debit or credit each of these values. For example: ,,Interest income on municipal bonds= 32,depreciation claimed on the 2013 tax return in excess of depreciation on the income statement = 55,carrying amount of depreciable assets in excess of their tax basis at year end= 85,warranty expense reported on the income statement= 26,actual warranty expenditures in 2013= 16,tax rate= 40%,balance of 12 in its deferred liability account,,I’ve calculated tax payable of 360,deferred tax liability of 34,deferred tax asset of 4,,The journal entry is as follows,Income tax expense 378,Deferred tax asset 4, deferred tax liability 22, Income tax payable 360,,My question is, why is deferred tax liability credited even when pretax income is more than taxable income? How do we know if each deferred entry is debited or credited?,

I have some questions related to the intermediate accounting 3 ,

I have some questions related to the intermediate accounting 3 , ,Question 1. 1. (TCO A) Benny Building, Inc. won a bid for a new warehouse building contract. ,Below is information from the project accountant. , Total Construction Fixed Price $20,000,000 , Construction Start Date June 13, 2012 , Construction Complete Date December 16, 2013 , , As of Dec. 31… 2012 2013,Actual cost incurred $8,750,000 $6,360,000 ,Estimated remaining costs $6,250,000 $- ,Billed to customer $11,000,000 $7,000,000 ,Received from customer $9,500,000 $6,500,000 ,Assuming Amazon Building, Inc. uses the completed contract method, what amount of gross profit would be recognized in 2013 , , ,$1973,333, ,$2,852,500, ,$ 890,000, ,$4,890,000,,Question 2,, On the balance sheet, a deferred tax liability can be presented as either current or noncurrent liability. The current amount should be , , , , ,the net temporary taxable amounts that will result in taxable amounts during the next fiscal year, ,based on the classification of the related asset or liability on the balance sheet, ,removed from balance sheet if the amount is related to a non current asset., ,the sum of all deferred tax events not expected to reverse in one year.,,,,,Question 3 . During 2013, Steele Corporation sold merchandise costing $1,500,000 on an installment basis for $2,000,000. The cash receipts related to these sales during 2013 were $800,000.,What is the amount of recognized gross profit Steele Corporation will report on Dec 31, 2013?, , , $700,000, $500,000, $300,000, $200,000,,Question 4 . In its 2011 income statement, Hicks Co. reported depreciation of $600,000 and interest revenue on municipal bonds of $30,000. Hicks reported depreciation of $660,000 on its 2011 income tax return. The difference in depreciation is the only temporary difference, and it will reverse equally over the next three years. Hicks enacted income tax rates are 35% for 2011, 30% for 2012 and 25% for 2013 and 2014. Assuming Hicks expects to report taxable income in all future years, what amount should be included in the deferred income tax liability in Hicks December 31, 2011 balance sheet"? , , $21,000, $18,000, $16,000, $10,000,,Question 1. 1. Chicago contractors got $5,400,000 contract to construct a school building for the City of Chicago. Work on this contract began in 2013 and the financial data pertaining to this contract is available here.,,Cost incurred till Dec.31, 2013 $1,080,000,Billings made to City $1,000,000,Amount collected from City $ 750,000,,The estimated future cost to complete this contract is $3,240,000. ,(a) Prepare Chicago contractors 2013 journal entries using percentage of completion method.,,(b) Show how the contract accounts will appear in the Balance Sheet of Chicago Contractors on 12/31/2013. ,,Question 2. 2. Hertz Co. prepared the following reconciliation of its pretax financial statement income to taxable income for the year ended December 31, 2013, its first year of operations:, ,Pretax financial income $300,000,Nontaxable interest received on municipal securities (15,000),Estimated warranties not deductible for tax purpose in 2013 30,000,Depreciation in excess of financial statement amount (50 ,000),Taxable income $265,000, ,Hertz’s tax rate for Year 2013 and for future years is 40%., ,a. In its Year 1 income statement, what amount should Hertz report as income tax expense-current portion?,b. In its December 31, 2013 balance sheet, what amount should Hertz report as deferred income tax liability?, ,,,

The financial statements for Merkley Inc. and Keynes Corp., just

The financial statements for Merkley Inc. and Keynes Corp., just prior to their combination, for the year ending December 31, 2012, follow. Keynes’s buildings were undervalued on its financial records by $45,000., , Merkley Inc. Keynes Corp.,Revenues $1,100,000 $400,000,Expenses (980,000) (310,000),Net income $120,000 $90,000, ,Retained earnings, January 1, 2012 480,000 360,000,Net income (above) 120,000 90,000,Dividends paid (60,000) (45,000),Retained earnings, December 31, 2012 $540,000 $405,000, ,Cash $135,000 $95,000,Receivables and inventory 180,000 190,000,Buildings (net) 550,000 395,000,Equipment (net) 575,000 355,000,Total assets $1,440,000 $1,035,000, ,Liabilities $185,000 $195,000,Common stock 650,000 380,000,Additional paid-in capital 65,000 55,000,Retained earnings, December 31, 2012 (above) 540,000 405,000,Total liabilities and stockholders’ equity $1,440,000 $1,035,000,, ,On December 31, 2012, Merkley issued 45,000 new shares of its $10 par value stock in exchange for all the outstanding shares of Keynes. Merkley’s shares had a fair value on that date of $28 per share. Merkley paid $32,000 to an investment bank for assisting in the arrangements. Merkley also paid $22,000 in stock issuance costs to effect the acquisition of Keynes. Keynes will retain its incorporation.,,-1) Prepare the journal entry to record the issuance of common stock by Merkley.,-2) Prepare the journal entry to record the payment of combination costs.,-3) Determine consolidated net income for the year ended December 31, 2012.,-4) Determine consolidated additional paid-in capital at December 31, 2012. (Points : 25),

From the vignette, “The Tonight Show: Things Don’t Always Go

From the vignette, “The Tonight Show: Things Don’t Always Go as Planned”, examine the different mishaps and mistakes that were made on the show. Propose three ways that these mishaps could have been avoided.,,Consider a time where you have acted as a leader in the past and had to mitigate an issue. Examine how you resolved the issue. If the issue was not resolved, examine the steps you took to address the issue and determine a new approach that may have helped you to resolve the issue,,

Elijah Murphy studied voice, opera and Jewish liturgical music at

Elijah Murphy studied voice, opera and Jewish liturgical music at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. After he graduated, he applied for a job as a cantor (i.e., professional singer who leads prayer services) at the Nashville Downtown Synagogue. The synagogue responded that he was not qualified for the position and refused to consider him for the job because he is not Jewish., , A: Elijah has a prima facie case of disparate treatment discrimination against the synagogue and the synagogue has no defense., , B: Elijah has a prima facie case of discrimination against the synagogue and the synagogue can successfully assert the ministerial exception to Title VII., , C: Elijah does not have a prima facie case of discrimination, so it doesn’t matter whether the synagogue can assert a defense., , D: Elijah has a prima facie case of discrimination against the synagogue and the synagogue can successfully assert the business necessity defense.,

Marc Brown is a chemical engineer with a graduate degree from

Marc Brown is a chemical engineer with a graduate degree from MIT. Mr. Brown is African American. He applied for a chemical engineering position with Kincaid Paper Company. Although he was qualified for the job, he was not offered the position. Mr. Brown happened to see the job advertised in the newspaper 2 weeks after he had been rejected., , A: Mr. Brown does not have a cause of action for discrimination., , B: Mr. Brown can offer evidence to satisfy the elements of a prima facie case., , C: Mr. Brown cannot offer evidence to satisfy the elements of a prima facie case., , D: Mr. Brown is not eligible to file a claim under Title VII.,