Drag the tiles to the correct boxes to complete the pairs. Match the job descriptions with the job titles.

Drag the tiles to the correct boxes to complete the pairs. Match the job descriptions with the job titles.

tax auditor  –  public affairs officer
dispatcher   –   chamber of commerce officer

Create a positive image in the media for clients.

Organize events to promote businesses.

Make sure that businesses comply with tax laws.

Offer instructions in emergency situations until arrives.

ANSWERS: 

  • Create a positive image in the media for clients = Public affair officer.
  • Organize events to promote businesses = Chamber Of Commerce Officer
  • make sure that the business comply with the tax laws = tax auditor.
  • Offer instructions in emergency situations = dispatcher

Jensen reported the following items during the current year: Fair rent value of a condominium owned by Jensen’s employer $1,400.

Jensen reported the following items during the current year:

Fair rent value of a condominium owned by Jensen’s employer $1,400.
Cash found in a desk purchased for $30 at a flea market 400
Inheritance 11,000
The employer allowed Jensen to use the condominium for free in recognition of outstanding achievement. Based on this information, what is Jensen’s gross income for the year?

$ 1,400
$ 1,770
$ 1,800
$12,400

ANSWER:  $ 1,800

**The fair value of the condominium is included in income since this was received in return for services rendered to her employer. The $400 cash is also included in income under the treasure trove principle. The $400 is not offset by the $30 used to purchase the desk, but she does have a basis of $30 for the desk. Inheritances are never included in gross income.

Chapter V, paragraph 4: “I saw another at work to calcine ice into gunpowder;

Chapter V, paragraph 4: “I saw another at work to calcine ice into gunpowder; who likewise showed me a treatise he had written concerning the malleability of fire, which he intended to publish. . . .” Chapter V, paragraph 14: “Everyone knew how laborious the usual method is of attaining to arts and sciences; whereas, by his contrivance the most ignorant person, at a reasonable charge, and with a little bodily labor, may write books in philosophy, poetry, politics, law, mathematics, and theology, without the least assistance from genius or study. He then took me to the frame . . . .” Which excerpt from the passages above illustrates description used to emphasize the importance of writing books?

I. “I saw another at work to calcine ice into gunpowder”

II. “Everyone knew how laborious the usual method is of attaining to arts and sciences”

III. “write books in philosophy, poetry, politics, law, mathematics, and theology”

I and II

I only I,

II, and III

III only

At the start of the day, Megan has the following items for sale:

At the start of the day, Megan has the following items for sale:

60 Sandwiches @ £2.40

40 Baguettes @ £2.70

25 Jacket potatoes @ £3.25

She sells all the jacket potatoes, 65% of the sandwiches and 85% of the baguettes.  What is the total value of her sales that day?

ANSWER:  £266,65

  • She sells all the jacket potatoes  =  25 * 3,25 = £81,25
  • 65% of the sandwiches  =  60*0.65 = 39 and 39 * 2,4 =  £93,6
  • 85% of the baguettes =  0,85 * 40 = 34 and 34 * 2,7 = £91.8

The total value of her sales that day = £81,25 + £93,6 + £91.8 = £266,65

Read the newspaper want ads provided below. These advertisements are from “The Clark County Courier” from January 4 in the years 1935, 1960, 1985, and 2010.

1. Read the newspaper want ads provided below. These advertisements are from “The Clark County Courier” from January 4 in the years 1935, 1960, 1985, and 2010 (four dates, each 25 years apart).

They are all advertisements for sales positions. Analyze the advertisements to determine what trends you can see. From: The “Clark County Courier,” January 4, 1935 Sales Wanted-Male Man wanted to start in business selling widely known products to satisfied consumers.

Complete line of products available. Large company, established in 1899. A chance for big earnings. Commission sales. No capital or From: The “Clark County Courier.” January 4, 1935 Sales Wanted Female Christmas Cards-50 percent commission selling to friends, neighbors. 10 boxed varieties, 21 cards per box, $1 each. Experience unnecessary. Call at 426 State Street.

Geraldo reviews his brokerage statement and sees the following two mutual fund investments that he made a year ago.

Geraldo reviews his brokerage statement and sees the following two mutual fund investments that he made a year ago. ActiveFund20 had an average return (before fees) of 7% per year and an annual fee of 1%.

PassiveFund500 had an average return (before fees) of 6.5% per year and an annual fee of 0.1%.

Which investment had a better return for Geraldo (after fees)

During January, Deluxe Printing pays employee salaries of $0.83 million.

During January, Deluxe Printing pays employee salaries of $0.83 million. Withholdings in January are $76,000 for the employee portion of FICA, $210,000 for federal and state income tax, and $40,000 for the employee portion of health insurance (payable to Blue Cross/Blue Shield). The company incurs an additional $48,000 for federal and state unemployment tax, and $20,000 for the employer portion of health insurance.

The journal entry to record employer-provided fringe benefits includes:______.

The author states that bottom trawling threatens the health of the ocean environment.

8. The author states that bottom trawling threatens the health of the ocean environment. Which of these sentences best s develop and explain that claim?

a. “Modern bottom trawling uses powerful ships that tow gigantic cone-shaped nets along the seafloor for the purpose of catching flounder, sole, shrimp, cod, and other marine life that lives at the bottom of the sea.”
b. “Actually, bottom trawling has been ruining the ocean floor since the 1800s, when it was first introduced.”
c. “Parts of the shallower continental shelves or inlets have been scraped clean, leaving behind barren wastelands of ooze.”
d. “Recently some countries have banned trawling from their fishing grounds or regulated its practice.”