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  • Introduction Canadian Tax Canadian tax is based on residency. Residents of Canada are subject to tax on their world wide income. That means that no matter where the income is earned, if you are a resident of Canada, you are required to pay tax to the Canadian government on that income. A person can be a factual resident of Canada or a deemed resident depending on residential ties and treaty tie-breaker rules (more on the treaty later). Non-residents, on the other hand, are subject to tax only on Canadian source income. This will normally fall into two types of...

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  • What astonishes me about learning how to program is not that it's so hard, but that it's so easy. Am I nuts? Hardly. It's just that my curse is the curse of a perfect memory, and I remember piano lessons. My poor mother paid $600 in 1962 for a beautiful cherrywood spinet, and every week for two years I trucked off to Wilkins School of Music for a five dollar lesson. It wasn't that I was a reluctant student; I love music and I genuinely wanted to master the damned thing.

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  • Present all relevant facts about the company’s history, growth, products, sales volume, share of market, competitive status, markets served, distribution system, past advertising programs, results of marketing research studies, company capabilities, strengths and weaknesses, and any other pertinent information. After gathering historical information, on focus changes to potential threats and opportunities based on key factors outside the company’s control: economic, political, social, technological, or commercial environments the company operates in....

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  • The calculation of indirect and induced (multiplier) impacts is made on the basis of input-output (I-O) accounting tables. These matrices show the pattern of purchases and sales between industries in the economy. Base tables are constructed at a national level, and tables for smaller regions are derived by regionalizing the core BEA tables to reflect inter-regional purchasing patterns.

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  • The domino model of contagion is fl awed, and is not useful for understanding fi nancial contagion in a modern, market-based fi nancial system. Instead, the key to understanding the events of 2007 is to follow the reactions of the fi nancial institutions themselves to price changes, and to shifts in the measured risks. Financial institutions manage their balance sheets actively in response to price changes and to changes in measured risk. Since market-wide events are felt simultaneously by all market participants, the reactions to such events are synchronized.

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  • All Americans have a stake in effective response to hate crimes. These crimes demand priority attention because of their special impact. Bias crimes are designed to intimidate the victim and members of the victim’s community, leaving them feeling isolated, vulnerable, and unprotected by the law. Failure to address this unique type of crime could cause an isolated incident to explode into widespread community tension. The damage done by hate crimes, therefore, cannot be measured solely in terms of physical injury or dollars and cents.

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  • But then again—Leopold checks himself—science is no guarantee that one will see what is there either. 'Let no man jump to the conclusion that Babbitt must take his Ph.D. in ecology before he can "see" his own country. On the contrary, the Ph.D. may become as callous as an undertaker at the mysteries at which he officiates. . . . Perception, in short, cannot be purchased with either learned degrees or dollars; it grows at home as well as abroad.' The essential perception is of 'the natural processes by which the land and the living things upon it have achieved...

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  • A. It is the developed countries that, for whatever reason, take more taxes per dollar of income from their citizens. Now, I would not interpret that evidence to necessarily mean that high taxes (and high government spending) cause prosperity, but it is a troubling fact that the people who say low taxes are the key to prosperity must confront. In fact, the positive correlation is prob- ably largely due to factors, such as education level, that vary across countries and are connected with prosperity as well as facilitate the collection of taxes.

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  • The international consequences of zero-interest-rate policies are also negative. With interbank markets in the U.S. and Europe congested, forward foreign exchange markets become more difficult to organize. Without forward cover, exporters and importers find it more difficult to secure normal letters of credit. In the financial panic of 2008, foreign trade imploded much more than domestic trade. In addition, the Fed’s zero interest rate strategy inevitably weakens the dollar in the foreign exchanges.

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  • Image quality – Measured in dots per inch (dpi). Most printers produce 300 – 600 dpi. Speed – Measured in pages per minute (ppm) or characters per second (cps). Initial cost – Consumer printers cost $250 or less, but professional printers can cost thousands of dollars. Cost of operation – This refers to the cost of supplies

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  • Combining investment in public transportation capital and operations within the US, the analysis indicates that an average of 36,000 jobs are supported for one year, per billion dollars of annual spending on public transportation, given the existing mix of operations (71 percent) and capital (29 percent) expenditures.

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  • The Board is the repository of medical malpractice payment data. It receives reports of medical malpractice payments from the courts, medical malpractice insurance carriers and from physicians. In November 2004 the Board issued a report analyzing medical malpractice payment data from 1994 through 2003. Among many significant findings, the report shows that the number of medical malpractice payments in Massachusetts peaked in 2001 and has since declined by 17%. The size of malpractice payments, however, continues to grow.

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  • In the past, the formal discipline of project management was applied primarily to very large projects lasting several years and costing millions of dollars; this was as true for information technology (IT) projects as it was for other industries. Furthermore in the 20th century, project management methods were largely based upon “command and control” techniques. These techniques evolved from ancient military regimes and dictatorial governments, where relatively few educated people directed large numbers of uneducated people.

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  • Transfer Pricing and Valuation in Corporate Taxation analyzes the disparities between both federal statutes and regulations, and reg- ulations and administrative practice, in a highly controversial area of corporate tax policy: intra-company transfer pricing for tax pur- poses. It addresses issues that often mean millions of dollars to indi- vidual corporations, and a significant fraction of the federal govern- ment’s revenue base.

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  • Dividend discount model (DDM) A model for valuing the common stock of a company, based on the present value of the expected cash flows. Dividend growth model A model wherein dividends are assumed to be at a constant rate in perpetuity. Dividend limitation A bond covenant that restricts in some way the firm's ability to pay cash dividends. Dividend payout ratio Percentage of earnings paid out as dividends. Dividends per share Amount of cash paid to shareholders expressed as dollars per share. Dividend policy An established guide for the firm to determine the amount of money it will pay as...

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  • Like the dollar bills on which its business is based, Wall Street has two faces. On one side, it is a place – a street in lower Manhattan. On the other, the term is shorthand for an industry – the US wholesale financial- services industry. Since Wall Street, the place, is the hub of this industry, much of the time the two meanings overlap. But lower Manhattan is by no means the totality of the US wholesale financial-services industry, and so sometimes the term embraces other locations and institutions....

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  • Within a sub-fund, separate currency hedged Share Classes may be issued (suffixed by "H" and the currency into which the Base Currency is hedged or the currency into which the currency the sub-fund total assets are primarily invested in, is hedged. These currency hedged share classes will be named: "ACHEUR" or "ACHGBP" for a Capital-Accumulation Share Class hedged into Euro or Pound Sterling). For the RMB Fixed Income sub-fund, any hedged Share Classes issued shall provide a hedge against the Base Currency of the subfund, i.e. the US Dollar.

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  • The costs of uncompensated care are estimated to be about $41 billion in 2004. Projected government spending available to pay for the care of the uninsured in 2004 is $34.6 billion—about 85% of the total uncompensated care bill. More than half of all funds for uncompensated care come from the federal government, with the majority (70%) of federal dollars flowing through Medicare and Medicaid. Most government dollars for uncompensated care goes for hospital care—which is paid indirectly to hospitals based partly on the share of uncompensated care they provide.

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  • Coverage levels that are higher than CAT are called “buy-up” or “additional” coverage. 11 For an additional premium paid by the producer, and partially subsidized by the government, a producer can “buy up” the 50/55 catastrophic coverage to any equivalent level of coverage between 50/100 and 75/100 (i.e., up to 75% of “normal” crop yield and 100% of the estimated market price). In limited areas, production can be insured up to the 85/100 level of coverage. APH policies account for more than 90% of yield-based policies sold.

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  • When the indemnity method is used, the benefit is a set dollar amount. The benefit is not based on the specific services received or on the expenses incurred. The insurance company only needs to decide if you are eligible for benefits and if the services you are receiving are covered by the policy. Once the company decides you are eligible and you are receiving eligible long-term care services, the insurance company will pay that set amount directly to you up to the limit of the policy. When the disability method is used, you are only required to meet the benefit eligibility criteria.

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