A form of government spending that is not made in exchange for a currently produced good or service is called

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Answer:

Transfer payment

Explanation:

Transfer payment in finance can be as well regarded as " government transfer" it is income and wealth redistribution which occur when payment is made by government without exchange of goods or services in return. It should be noted that Transfer payment is a form of government spending that is not made in exchange for a currently produced good or service. Some of the common transfer payment type is social insurance programs, as well as business subsidies.


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To judge whether a particular diversification move has good potential for building added shareholder value, the move should pass the following tests:___________. A) the attractiveness test, the barrier-to-entry test, and the growth test.
B) the strategic fit test, the resource fit test, and the profitability test.
C) the barrier-to-entry test, the growth test, and the shareholder value test.
D) the attractiveness test, the cost-of-entry test, and the better-off test.
E) the resource fit test, the strategic fit test, the profitability test, and the shareholder value test.

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D) the attractiveness test, the cost-of-entry test, and the better-off test.

Explanation:

To judge a diversification change, an organization needs to pass the attractiveness tests, the entry cost test and the best situation test.

These tests will be decisive to analyze the potential that diversification will have to create added value for the shareholder.

The attractiveness test will list the ability that the market has to ensure that there is a safe return on investments.

The cost-of-entry will aim to ensure that when entering a new sector, the organization does not have higher costs that can influence the generation of profitability.

Finally, the better-off test will analyze whether the planned diversification will be so profitable that it will help to improve the performance of the integration of organizational businesses.

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OPTION d

Explanation:

The Manufacturing Overhead account shows debits of $30,000, $24,000, and $28,000 and one credit for $86,000. Based on this information, manufacturing overhead: not been applied.
shows a zero balance.
has been underapplied.
has been overapplied.

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Answer:

has been overapplied.

Explanation:

The net balance of debit and credit of manufacturing overhead account is under or over applied overhead. On debit sides the Actual costs incurred is recorded and overhead applied is recorded in credit side of manufacturing overhead account. Total actual costs are $82,000 ( $30,000 + $24,000 + $28,000 ) and overhead applied is $86,000. Net balance of account is overapplied overhead of $4,000 ( $86,000 - $82,000 ).

Suppose there is a policy debate regarding the United States’ imposing trade restrictions on imported steel rods. Read the following scenario and answer the question that follows.
The president of the United States argues that the United States should threaten to impose a tariff on Chinese steel rods in order to induce the Chinese to remove its tariff on American cars.
Which of the following justifications is the pundit using to argue for the trade restriction on steel rods?

a. National-security argument
b. Infant-industry argument
c. Jobs argument
d. Using-protection-as-a-bargaining-chip argument
e. Unfair-competition argument

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Jobs argument justifications is the pundit using to argue for the trade restriction on steel rods

Explanation:

A main argument often put forward to curb trade would be that trade decreases the amount of jobs domestically available.

The point about maintaining jobs is often put forward by employers to protect union jobs. Nevertheless, unions are undermining the market by prohibiting businesses from receiving their products at lower prices, causing them to increase prices. Moreover, businesses are often discouraged from using automation or robotics to retain jobs, which is ironic because automation and robotics improve the productivity of workers, thereby encouraging companies to pay employee salaries and benefits.

People want information communicated quickly and clearly. To make your writing more concise and understandable, avoid flabby expressions, long lead-ins, and unnecessary fillers.a. For the following sentence, choose the best revision.
1. I am sending you this letter to inform you that we have experienced an unexpected surprise within our expense sheet, but we are positively certain we will solve it.
A) We need to inform you that we have experienced an unexpected surprise with our expense sheet, but we are midway to an end result.
B) We have identified a problem with our expense sheet, but we will solve it.
C) I am sending you this letter to inform you that we have a problem with our expense sheet, but we are positively certain we have a solution.

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Answer:

The best revision for the following sentence is:

B) We have identified a problem with our expense sheet, but we will solve it.

Explanation:

In e-mail, letters, messages, memos, and other business documents intended for a busy audience who appreciates getting the information they need quickly and easily, replacing a phrases with a word  in a formal tone, detracting from adding meaning: "we have identified" instead of: "I am sending" or "we need to inform you", keeping the sentence just as it is with certain rhythm and concise.

Otherwise in option 1. I am sending you this letter to inform you that we have experienced an unexpected surprise within our expense sheet, but we are positively certain we will solve it.

The sentence has a redundant pair:  "send" and "inform", it is “wordy,” and includes irrelevant “fillers” as "unexpected" that makes it lack of conciseness in the substantive information, not getting to the point promptly. I also includes passive voice which is not a grammatical error, but it often leads to using more words than necessary frustrating or confusing the audience; and it has prepositional phrases overuse: "that", within", "but" making this sentence clunky and unclear.

In option A) We need to inform you that we have experienced an unexpected surprise with our expense sheet, but we are midway to an end result.

The sentence has unnecessary modifiers: "unexpected" and "end", and passive voice again.

In option C) I am sending you this letter to inform you that we have a problem with our expense sheet, but we are positively certain we have a solution.

The sentence has unnecessary modifier: "positively".

Wexler, Inc.’s income statement showed total expenses for the year to be $50,000. If the company’s revenues for the year were $135,000 and its year-end cash balance was $35,000, what was Wexler’s net income for the year?

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Answer:

The Wexler’s net income for the year is $85,000

Explanation:

Net income: If the company has excess revenues over its expenses than it is term as net income otherwise it is a net loss.  

The computation of the net income is shown below:

= Total revenues - total expenses

= $135,000 - $50,000

= $85,000

The ending cash balance is not reflected in the income statement because it has come under the asset side in the balance sheet.

Cooley Company's stock has a beta of 1.40, the risk-free rate is 25%, and the market risk premium is 5.50%. What is the firm's required rate of return

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Answer: 12.2%

Explanation:

Given the variables available, the required rate of return can be computed using the Capital Asset Pricing Model with the formula;

Required Return = Risk-free rate + beta ( Market risk premium)

Required return = 4.25% + 1.4 * 5.5%

Required return = 4.25% + 7.7%

Required return = 12.2%

Note; The actual question says the Risk-free rate is 4.25%.

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