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The accounting rate of return on stockholders’ investments is measured by A. return on assets B. return on equity C. operating income return on investment D. realized rate of inflation
C. operating income return on investment. The accounting rate of return on stockholders? investments is measured by operating income return on investment.
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User: The accounting rate of return on stockholders’ investments is measured by A. return on assets B. return on equity C. operating income return on investment D. realized rate of inflation

Weegy: C. operating income return on investment. The accounting rate of return on stockholders? investments is measured by operating income return on investment.
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User: The primary purpose of a cash budget is to A. determine the level of investment in current and fixed assets B. determine accounts payable C. provide a detailed plan of future cash flows D. determine the estimated income tax for the year

User: If you are an investor, which of the following would you prefer? A. Earnings on funds invested compound annually B. Earnings on funds invested compound daily C. Earnings on funds invested would compound monthly D. Earnings on funds invested would compound quarterly

Weegy: It would be, B. Earnings on funds invested compound daily, of course.
Roy0624|Points 609|

User: The primary purpose of a cash budget is to A. determine the level of investment in current and fixed assets B. determine accounts payable C. provide a detailed plan of future cash flows D. determine the estimated income tax for the year

User: Which of the following is a non-cash expense? A. Depreciation expenses B. Interest expense C. Packaging costs D. Administrative salaries

Weegy: A. Depreciation expenses
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User: The break-even model enables the manager of a firm to A. calculate the minimum price of common stock for certain situations B. set appropriate equilibrium thresholds C. determine the quantity of output that must be sold to cover all operating costs D. determine the optimal amount of debt financing to use





Weegy: The answer is B. set appropriate equilibrium thresholds
Expert answered|Erry12|Points 30|

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