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  • Pursuant to the 1992 Constitution of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, which was amended and supplemented under Resolution No. 51/2001/QH10; The National Assembly promulgates the Law on Personal Income Tax. Chapter I GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1. Scope of regulation This Law provides for personal income taxpayers, taxable incomes, incomes eligible for personal income tax exemption or reduction, and personal income tax bases. Article 2. Taxpayers 1.

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  • The current trend of active retirement is growing. This book shows you what you can do in retirement to make extra cash. Plus, it includes the essentials on getting started, with valuable tips in all areas of business and an extensive resource list. Forget fixed income—yours can grow in 202 ways! Just because you’re retired doesn’t mean you can’t earn some extra cash.

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  • To be generous, we must first be wealthy. To give, we must have something TO give. To move, for once and for all, beyond worry about money is to open up our ability to live up to our potentialto do our greatest work. With you for company, I am excited about the future we will create ... starting with our wealth. Let's stop ignoring the truth and talk about multiple ways for coaches to earn money. This is about our lives and our livelihoods. Ready, set, engage!

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  • Today's military is a military of families; many service members are married, and many of their spouses work and contribute to family income. But military wives earn less than civilian wives, and this study seeks to understand why. The authors find that military wives, knowing they are likely to move frequently, are willing to accept jobs that offer a lower wage rather than to

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  • For any holder of securities, whether an organization or individual, remaining in control of securities and cash positions is fundamental to the efficient management of its investment portfolio. This is not simply a matter of recording trading and settlement activity, but also the accurate processing and recording of the impact of corporate action events on those securities and cash positions.

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  • The data on profitability start with an important finding: earning profits does not imply being a “for-profit” bank. Most microfinance institutions in our sample that have total revenues exceeding total costs in fact have “non-profit” status. They are earning profits in an accounting sense, but as non-profits they cannot distribute those profits to investors.

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  • What have been the impacts of the GGDP-generated maize technologies? In the absence of reliable baseline data, it was not possible to calculate quantitative measures of project impact. Based on farmers’ qualitative judgments, however, it is clear that adoption of the GGDP-generated technologies has been associated with significant farm-level productivity gains (measured in terms of maize yields) and noticeable increases in the income earned from sales of maize. Impacts on the nutritional status of rural households, however, appear to have been less pronounced.

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  • Stable income. The interest income earned by bond funds is generally higher and more stable than the interest earned by investments such as money market funds,** certificates of deposit (CDs), or bank passbook accounts.*** Accordingly, many investors—particularly retirees—who need current income use bond funds for a substantial part of their investment portfolios.

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  • There is need to realize the fact that the present state of the world and especially the present state ofmonetary affairs are the necessary consequences of the application of the doctrines that have got hold of the minds ofour contemporaries. The great inflations ofour age are not acts ofGod. They are man-made or, to say it bluntly, govern- ment-made. They are the off-shoots of doctrines that ascribe to governments the magic power ofcreating wealth out ofnothing and ofmaking people happy by raising the 'national income'....

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  • These amounts can be sizable for some products and in some situations (such as during an economic expansion for audit premium or after a major catastrophe for reinstatement premium). Therefore, delaying recognition of this revenue until the premium is charged could result in distorted earnings reports. How can they be reflected in revenue, when their amount, timing and/or assignment to individual policies is uncertain? One way is to record as written premium an estimate of their amount.

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  • The Congressional Budget Office consistently concludes that infrastructure and other state spending provide considerable boosts to the economy, while income tax changes for high- income households have minimal impact on short-term economic activity. Tax cuts for affluent households result in small increases in spending, and tax hikes result in only small decreases. Low- and middle-income households, on the other hand, have little savings, and reductions in their after-tax income result in equivalent reductions in spending.

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  • The time value of money means that money can be invested today to earn interest and grow to a larger dollar amount in the future. Time value of money concepts are useful in valuing several assets and liabilities. Interest is the amount of money paid or received in excess of the amount borrowed or lent.

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  • Juniper Corporation provided the following summary balance sheet information: Compute net income for the year ending December 31, 20X9, under each of the following independent scenarios: a) Juniper paid no dividends, and no additional capital was raised via share issuances. b) Juniper paid $300,000 in dividends, and no additional capital was raised via share issuances. c) Juniper paid no dividends, but raised $1,500,000 via issuances of additional shares of stock. d) Juniper paid $300,000 in dividends, and raised $1,150,000 via issuances of additional shares of stock....

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  • Progress towards gender equality is a critical issue for us. …..First we will adopt measures to restore those rights to our women and girls that they were denied because of the segregationist policies of the Taliban and the threat to their personal security during periods of conflict. To support this, we will need to create women's specific opportunities that will allow them to catch up with men and boys.

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  • Chapter 4 - Adjustments, financial statements, and the quality of earnings. After studying this chapter, you should be able to: Explain the purpose of a trial balance; explain the purpose of adjustments and analyze the adjustments necessary at the end of the period to update balance sheet and income statement accounts; present an income statement with earnings per share, statement of stockholders' equity, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows; compute and interpret the net profit margin, explain the closing process.

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  • economic ID tu 1 Abatement cost 2 Ability and earnings 3 Ability to pay 4 Ability to pay theory 5 Abnormal profits 6 Abscissa 7 Absenteeism 8 Absentee landlord 9 Absolute advantage 10 Absolute cost advantage 11 Absolute income hypothesis 12

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  • 88 Understanding the Numbers EXHIBIT 2.35 Adjustment worksheet for sustainable earnings base: Baker Hughes Inc., years ended September 30 (in millions).

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  • tu 1 Abatement cost 2 Ability and earnings 3 Ability to pay 4 Ability to pay theory 5 Abnormal profits 6 Abscissa 7 Absenteeism 8 Absentee landlord 9 Absolute advantage 10 Absolute cost advantage 11 Absolute income hypothesis 12...

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  • With a certain mind-numbing frequency, users of financial statements—investors and creditors—find themselves buffeted with announcements of accounting irregularities. These irregularities are called many things, including aggressive accounting, earnings management, income smoothing, and fraudulent financial reporting. While they may vary in the degree to which they misreport financial results, they have similar effects— financial statements that serve as a foundation for important investment and credit deci- sions are incorrect, improper, and worse, misleading....

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  • 608 Making Key Strategic Decisions arrive at a proper value of ACME. This methodology determines the earnings of ACME without regard to its debt service. Thus, net income on a debtfree basis will be higher than the company’s net income, which typically includes interest expense. The resulting higher value using the debt-free methodology is not only for equity holders but also debt holders. This combined value of equity and debt is known as the market value of invested capital (MVIC).

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