How is the budget process different in a governmental environment as opposed to a business environment? What is the interrelationship between an organization's budget and CAFR?
There was quite a bit of artistic production - film, literature, painting, and sculpture - that came out of the totalitarian regimes that was nothing but propaganda. There was even a school of Soviet art, I think it was called "People's Realism" or something similar, that portrayed the noble Soviety youth looking toward a progre
Totalitarianism is all about control so I guess you can understand how an artist must have felt in the days of war. Not being able to express or not being able to see other art. The only thing that the artist saw in those day were war and depression. And it inspired most artist to paint very graphic paintings and the reason for
Describe the respective duties of people critical to the corporate process: directors of corporations, officers of corporations and shareholders of corporations. You should include an analysis of the difference between a publicly held and a closed corporation.
Lenders must be concerned that borrowers may do risky unauthorized things with the funds they are lent. This is the problem of A) moral hazard B) asymmetric information C) nondivisibility D) adverse selection Economies of scale in information production are enjoyed by A) small borrowers B) small lenders C) larg
Use the following information about a hypothetical government security dealer named J.P.Groman. (Market yields are in parentheses; amounts are in millions.) Assets Liabilities Cash $10 Overnight repos $170 1-month T-bills (7.05%) $75 Subordinated debt 3-month T-bills
Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) and Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) Analysis
Prepare a 350-700-word paper analyzing the relationship between GASB and FASB. Compare and contrast the objectives of both FASB and GASB. Also, describe the role of government regulation in the application of accounting standards and reporting requirements. Include a description of a situation in a governmental accounting enviro
There are four entrances to the Government Center Building in downtown Philadelphia. The building maintenance supervisor would like to know if the entrances are equally utilized. To investigate, 400 people were observed entering the building.
There are four entrances to the Government Center Building in downtown Philadelphia. The building maintenance supervisor would like to know if the entrances are equally utilized. To investigate, 400 people were observed entering the building. The number using each entrance is reported below. At the .01 significance level, is the
What type of government does Argentina has? What type of currency and what is the exchange rate with dollars? What is the sport culture of Argentina?
CASE STUDY PROBLEM John Gemstone, a wealthy client, has recently been audited by the IRS. The agent has questioned the following deduction items on Mr. Gemstone's tax return for the year under review: ? A $10,000 loss deduction on the rental of his beach cottage. ? A $20,000 charitable contribution deduction for th
Should the government mandate BCP's for all companies? If so what should they entail and whou should monitor those BCP's?
What is the general relationship between mortgage rates and long-term government security rates? Can you explain how mortgage lenders can be affected by interest rage movements. Also please explain how they can insulate against interest rate movements.
(Managerial decision making) Recently, a number of major banks have rejected federal bailout money citing that they did not like the rules that the government placed on them if they took the cash infusion.
Recently, a number of major banks have rejected federal bailout money citing that they did not like the rules that the government placed on them if they took the cash infusion. Research these decisions and report you findings. How could self-serving reasoning played a part in these decisions? 200-300 words APA format
"This country can no longer afford companies that are 'too big to fail.' If a company is so large that its failure would cause systemic harm to our economy, if it is too big to fail, then it is too big to exist". Explain.
Decisions in Paradise Paper, Part III Analyze the Business Scenario Decisions in Paradise found in posting ID # 243355 at this link: https://brainmass.com/business/management/243355 1. Read the Business Scenario Decisions in Paradise. 2. You are Nik, and your employer is the organization represented by Alex, Nik, and C
The Federal Government increases spending by $1 billion to develop a new fighter jet. If the MPC in the economy is 0.1, what will be the overall spending effect of the economy? What does MPC mean?
Using Cell Phone Industries, Pharmaceuticals and Municipal government I have to do the following: Identify compare, and contrast the job competencies for the occupational groups represented in each industry and explained the similarities and differences between the job competencies for the occupational groups across the indus
1. Discuss the current mortgage and housing crisis in U.S. Discuss the need for federal government interventions in these crisis.
Discuss the objectives of the policy, especially noting any that may seem to be conflicting. Evaluate the need to balance competing interests and make tradeoffs. Discuss the pros and cons of the policy as it relates to the local government in the area where your work is located. Analyze the philosophy of public service.
Please see my attachment. ACC460 - GOVERNMENT AND NON-PROFIT ACCOUNTING True/False 1. The PCAOB has authority over both public corporations and not-for-profit. 2. Pledges can have either time or purpose imposed restrictions but not both. 3. Fiduciary activities should be reported in fund statements, but sho
Although many governments prepare budgets for both capital projects and debt service funds and integrate them into their accounts, budgetary control over these funds is not as essential as it is for other governmental funds. Do you agree? Explain. If budgets are prepared for capital projects funds, in what significant way ma
Government Accounting: Kyle Township journal entries to record receipt of pet license fees. Would you consider the fees to be exchange or non-exchange revenue?
Kyle Township charges residents $100 per year to license household pets. As specified in a statute enacted in 2008, residents are required to purchase a license by October 1 of each year; the license covers the period October 1 through September 30. The license fees are not refundable. The statute authorizing the fees specifical
How do proprietary business measure success? How do government organizations measure success ?
Homework Help Please answer the questions below, for two countries, Ecuador and North Korea. Note that each question must be answered for both countries. 1. Explain the most popular or successful type of business operations or industry in each country. For example, what is this country known for, and what kind of produ
Please read the article from WSJ "Big Businesses Have New Take on Warming" By JOHN J. FIALKA March 28, 2006; Page A4. You can also locate the article down BELOW. I need help answering the following questions: 1. According to this article, why will a voluntary approach likely fail? 2. What incentive does Wal-Mart have to ma
A. What is the cost/benefit approach that a typical economist takes to analyze regulations? b. What are the goals of taxation? c. How are economic policies impacted by politics, and how politics make a positive or a negative contribution to economic policy? Please give an example. d. How does ant
What additional support might a hospital administrator request from federal, state, or local governments?
1. A government expects to pay its electric bill relating to its current fiscal year sometime in the following year. An official of the government requests your advice as to whether the anticipated payments should be charged as an expenditure of the current or the following year. How would you respond? 2. At one time governme
Can you help me get started with this assignment? We know that the constitution prohibits the establishment of a national church and at the same time allows for the free exercise of religion, but what about the use of a bible in a courtroom, (still in use some places), or hanging the 10 commandments in a courtroom, or even th
Rent or buy and watch the movie Catch Me If You Can, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks. Your goal is to write a paper regarding the fraud depicted in the movie. Your paper should discuss one to three specific fraudulent activities illustrated in the movie. For each of your examples of fraud from the movie, your discuss