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    A stock option plan and the impact an effective compensation program has on a company.

    The induced conversions of convertible bonds.

    The proportional method to record stock warrants issued with other securities

    Preferred stock and how it differs from common stock

    The difference in par value and no par value stock

    The proportional method.

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    A stock option plan and the impact an effective compensation program has on a company.

    The induced conversions of convertible bonds.

    The proportional method to record stock warrants issued with other securities

    Preferred stock and how it differs from common stock

    The difference in par value and no par value stock

    The proportional method.

    A stock option plan and the impact an effective compensation program has on a company.

    A stock option plan and any other benefit or compensation programs that a company has increases the company's expenses, but the advantages outweigh the disadvantages. The positive effects are that the company produces loyal employees, who earn additional monies (stock options, benefits, etc.) while providing their services to the company.

    The induced conversions of convertible bonds.

    The induced conversion of convertible bonds refers to what happens ...

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    A stock option plan and the impact an effective compensation program has on a company.

    The induced conversions of convertible bonds.

    The proportional method to record stock warrants issued with other securities

    Preferred stock and how it differs from common stock

    The difference in par value and no par value stock

    The proportional method.

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