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What are the economic and accounting effects of dividend transactions in a corporation?
Weegy: What are the economic and accounting effects of dividend transactions in a corporation? Cash Dividend Economic: The corporation's cash assets decrease and the shareholders' cash assets increase. Accounting: The corporation's assets and retained [ earnings are decreased. The shareholders' assets are increased. Stock Dividend Economic: None. Although the per share market price will drop depending on the amount of shares distributed, the total assets of the corporation and the shareholders remain the same. Accounting: The Paid-In Capital account and the Retained Earnings account of the corporation are increased and decreased respectively by the amount of the dividend. Stock Split Economic: None. Just as with a stock dividend, a stock split does not affect the overall value of outstanding shares. Accounting: None. A stock split does no affect any accounts. ] (More)
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In order to be appropriately considered a market, a group of customers or potential customers must have (Points : 4) a. purchasing power. b. market power. c. satisfied needs. d. correlated needs.
Weegy: 4) purchasing power User: Forecasting sales for a new venture (Points : 4) a. is simplified because the firm's product or service offerings are focused on one or a few areas. b. should always be done with the assistance of outside consultants. c. is extremely difficult. d. is not all that important to the future operation of the firm. Weegy: Forecasting sales for a new venture is extremely difficult. User: Mary Delany, owner of Delany Salsas, is curious to know whether the new packaging for her line of salsas is being noticed by supermarket consumers. Accordingly, she ventures out to the local supermarket and passively watches the reactions of shoppers as they pass by one of the many Delany Salsas displays. Mary Delany is collecting ____ data through ____ methods. (Points : 4) a. secondary/observational b. primary/questioning c. primary/observational d.secondary/questioning Weegy: b. primary/questioning. (More)
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Personal selling is widely used in (Points : 4) retail establishments only. wholesale and retail establishments only. service establishments only. retail, wholesale, and service establishments.
Weegy: Personal selling is widely used in. retail, wholesale, and service establishments. User: Which of the following is not part of the product life cycle as depicted in Exhibit 15.2? (Points : 4) introduction growth sustainability decline Weegy: Which of the following is not part of the product life cycle as depicted in Exhibit 15.2: decline (More)
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Which one of the following is not true with respect to pricing in a small business? (Points : 4) Continual price adjustments can be both costly to the seller and confusing to buyers. In some situations, local, state, and federal laws must be considered when setting prices. Conducted properly, price determination is an exact science. Systems of discounts are often used to adjust prices to meet a variety of market needs.
Weegy: The answer is "Systems of discounts are often used to adjust prices to meet a variety of market needs." User: The Internet provides an alternative to (Points : 4) bricks-and-mortar stores. clicks-and-mortar strategies. B2B businesses. B2C businesses. Weegy: The answer is B2C businesses. (More)
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The Internet provides an alternative to (Points : 4) bricks-and-mortar stores. clicks-and-mortar strategies. B2B businesses. B2C businesses.
Weegy: The Internet provides an alternative to clicks-and-mortar strategies. User: Mary Delany, owner of Delany Salsas, is curious to know whether the new packaging for her line of salsas is being noticed by supermarket consumers. Accordingly, she ventures out to the local supermarket and passively watches the reactions of shoppers as they pass by one of the many Delany Salsas displays. Mary Delany is collecting ____ data through ____ methods. (Points : 4) secondary/observational primary/questioning primary/observational secondary/questioning Weegy: Mary Delany is collecting primary data through questioning methods. (More)
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