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The statement of owner s equity contains the A. owner s capital for the beginning of the period. B. liabilities of the company. C. total amount owed by credit customers. D. balance in the cash account.
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Updated 8 days ago|4/17/2017 6:29:45 AM
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The statement of owner’s equity contains the owner’s capital for the beginning of the period.
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___________ : direct payments of money to the poor, disabled, or otherwise in need. A. Welfare B. Cash transfers C. Transfer payments D. Medicare/Medicaid
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Updated 8 days ago|4/17/2017 5:44:52 AM
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Welfare are direct payments of money to the poor, disabled, or otherwise in need.
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The annual cash dividend return to an investor expressed as a percentage of the price of a security is a
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Updated 9 days ago|4/15/2017 2:53:31 PM
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The annual cash dividend return to an investor expressed as a percentage of the price of a security is a Dividend Yield.

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The activity that’s probably the most important indicator of financial health is the net cash flow from _______ activities. A. buying and selling B. financing C. operating D. investing
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Updated 11 days ago|4/13/2017 4:49:04 PM
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The activity that’s probably the most important indicator of financial health is the net cash flow from operating activities.



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Illiquidity in real estate means that: A) you can quickly sell the property. B) you don't have a water well on the property. C) you cannot quickly sell the property. D) you don't have financial leverage. E) there is an efficient market for the property.
Weegy: Real Estate is an illiquid asset. [ Even if you woke up one morning determined to sell a piece of property and there was a buyer equally set on the purchase, chances are it would still take two weeks or, more likely, a month before the deal could be closed. It?s a much more complicated process to turn real estate into cash. ] (More)
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Updated 12 days ago|4/12/2017 11:46:55 PM
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Illiquidity in real estate means that: you cannot quickly sell the property.
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Declaration of a cash dividend was recorded by debiting Operations Expense and crediting Cash. This error would cause A. the period’s end assets to be overstated. B. the period’s end liabilities to be overstated. C. the period’s end stockholders’ equity to be understated. D. None of the above
Weegy: Declaration of a cash dividend was recorded by debiting Operations Expense and crediting Cash. This error would cause the period?s end stockholders - equity to be understated. (More)
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Updated 12 days ago|4/12/2017 10:12:30 PM
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3.For the merchant, bank credit card sales are treated in a manner similar to a. sales on account. b. cash sales.c. installment sales. d. layaway sales.
Weegy: For the merchant, bank credit card sales are treated in a manner similar to Answer A. sales on account. (More)
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Updated 13 days ago|4/11/2017 7:17:12 PM
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For the merchant, bank credit card sales are treated in a manner similar to cash sales.
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Hamilton's goals for the early United States included        A. encouraging the growth of American industry and establishing the nation's credit worthiness.   B. encouraging the growth of fur trading and paying off all debts with the cash earned.   C. avoiding foreign entanglements and political parties.   D. encouraging the growth of American agriculture and establishing a powerful system of forts.  
Weegy: Hamilton's goals for the early United States included: encouraging the growth of American industry and establishing the nation's credit worthiness. User:   What reform movement led women to consider their own lack of rights?        A. The abolitionist movement   B. The Federalist movement   C. The Native American movement   D. The nationalist movement Weegy: The abolitionist movement led women to consider their own lack of rights. (More)
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Usually, issues which arise from using credit are a result of: a. a low credit limit c. buying too many items with debit cards. b. poor money management. d. purchasing too many items with cash
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Updated 15 days ago|4/10/2017 8:27:27 AM
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Usually, issues which arise from using credit are a result of: poor money management.
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Which of the following would not be listed under cash outflows in a financial plan? a. car payments b. insurance premiums c. interest earned d. mortgage payment
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Updated 15 days ago|4/9/2017 5:42:31 PM
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Interest earned would not be listed under cash outflows in a financial plan.
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The major element in budgetary control is: the comparison of actual results with planned objectives. the preparation of long-term plans the valuation of inventories the approval of the budget by the stockholders
Weegy: The major element in budgetary control is: the comparison of actual results with planned objectives. User: An activity that has a direct cause-effect relationship with the resources consumed is a(n): cost pool product activity cost driver overhead rate Weegy: An activity that has a direct cause-effect relationship with the resources consumed is a cost driver. User: Which of the following financial statements is concerned with the company at a point in time? retained earnings statement statement of cash flows balance sheet income statement (More)
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Updated 16 days ago|4/8/2017 12:28:16 PM
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Balance sheet is concerned with the company at a point in time.
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If you want your investment or savings account to be easily turned into cash without losing its value, you should consider the ?
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Updated 16 days ago|4/8/2017 11:16:09 AM
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If you want your investment or savings account to be easily turned into cash without losing its value, you should consider the liquidity.
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Cash is pulled out of circulation when interest rates Answer a. are low b. fluctuate c. stay the same d. are high
Weegy: Cash is pulled out of circulation when interest rates are high. (More)
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Updated 17 days ago|4/7/2017 5:54:08 PM
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If you receive a bill in December, and you pay it in January, where do you include it in your Personal Cash Flow Statement? A. You include it as expenditure in January, because that s when you paid it. B. You include it as expenditure in December, because that s when you received it. C. You don t include it, because it is received in one year and paid in the following year. D. You include it in both months, because you received it in one month, and paid it in the other.
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If you receive a bill in December, and you pay it in January, where do you include it in your Personal Cash Flow Statement: If you receive a bill in December, and you pay it in January, in your Personal Cash Flow Statement you include it as expenditure in January, because that's when you paid it.
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When a person is given an amount of money with no restriction on how it can be spent, this is an example of A. direct cash payments. B. redistribution of wealth. C. social insurance welfare. D. welfare state.
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Updated 18 days ago|4/7/2017 9:18:42 AM
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When a person is given an amount of money with no restriction on how it can be spent, this is an example of direct cash payments.
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The entry to record the declaration of a stock dividend would include A. a credit to Retained Earnings. B. a credit to Cash. C. a credit to Common Stock. D. None of the above
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Updated 18 days ago|4/7/2017 2:38:37 AM
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The entry to record the declaration of a stock dividend would include a credit to common stock.

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For which of the following do credit card companies usually NOT charge a fee? A. early repayment B. balances over the credit limit C. annual membership D. cash from an automatic teller machine (ATM)
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Updated 18 days ago|4/7/2017 2:19:38 AM
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Credit card companies usually do NOT charge a fee for early repayment.
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Which of the following would not be listed under cash outflows in a financial plan? a. car payments b. insurance premiums c. interest earned d. mortgage payment Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D
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Updated 18 days ago|4/6/2017 10:47:32 PM
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Interest earned would not be listed under cash outflows in a financial plan.
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Which of the following are considered to be personal financial statements? A. Budget and credit card statements B. Balance sheet and cash flow statement C. Checkbook and budget D. Tax returns
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Updated 18 days ago|4/6/2017 7:56:16 PM
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The following are considered to be personal financial statements: Balance sheet and cash flow statement.
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When a bond issued at face value is retired, what is the journal entry? A. Debit Bond Interest Expense; credit Cash B. Debit Bonds Payable; credit Cash C. Debit Cash; credit Bonds Payable D. Debit Cash; credit Bond Interest Expense
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Updated 18 days ago|4/6/2017 5:32:37 PM
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When a bond issued at face value is retired, the journal entry is debit Bonds Payable; credit Cash.

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