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Week 2: Case: Recording Transactions College Accounting Yvette Pennant Ottawa University Online Professor Forbe March 26, 2014 Scenario 1: Ottawa University requires students to pay tuition each term before classes begin. Generally, students who have not paid their tuition at registration are not allowed to attend classes. What journal entry do you think Ottawa would use to record the receipt of the students' tuition payments? Accounts Receivable Describe the nature of each account in the entry. Payments are being received from the students and they are being put in an account receivable because they are payments made to the schools account.
Children at this age are entitled to 2 years (570 hours a year), of free education until they become of primary school age. At this age 4/5 children are then in mainstream primary schools for 5.5/6 hours a day, 39 weeks per year, until the age of 11 when they move up to secondary school. When young people reach the end of year 11 at the age of 16, they have various options of what they do next. Continue in education or training post 16. If you left secondary school in summer 2013 you will have to continue in education or training for an extra year, whereas if you left in the summer of 2014 you will need to continue until you 18th birthday at least.
Regulation c. Revenue Ruling d. Tax Service Week Two: Basics of Individual Taxation Objective: Determine gross income and adjusted gross income. 5. This fall, Manfred enrolled at State University (a qualified educational institution) and paid $6,200 in tuition. Until
This task consumes half of junior year and most of senior year too. This assignment is supposed to represent what you have throughout your high school career. According to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Senior Exit Handbook, “The goal of the Senior Exit Project is to validate that CMS students have acquired the skills, knowledge, and concepts necessary to perform well when they leave high school.” This one project alone is not sufficient enough to determine whether or not students are competent enough to leave high school. All students that leave high school are not going to college; the skills displayed in a high scoring Senior Exit Project are those of a college bound
Schools on the traditional calendar attend classes that are divided in nine months of school and three months of education. Year-round schools, however, most often attend classes in what is known as the 60/20 calendar in which the student has sixty days of school, followed by twenty days of vacation. Although other schedules are implemented, the 60/20 is the most popular. (Yeager) Also, it is not as if year-round schooling is not popular, according to the National Association for Year-Round Schooling, in the 2002-03 school year, over 2.3 million students in public schools attended year-round school. (“Year”) Although the traditional school has served students well, year-round schooling would be beneficial for students in improving their knowledge retention and providing a richer learning
Other expenses are $2,622 and the room and board cost $11,163. The total cost is $24,285(in-state) and $35,445(out-of-state). Cal Poly's financial aid for new students receiving aid is 48%. Students receiving grants:37% and students receiving loans:30%. The average amount of aid for grants can be up to $6,463.
If you choose not to go to college you can use your money to invest in other things that can benefit you and can help you later on in life. She makes an opinion that no more than twenty five percent of their students are turned on by class work, the rest take college as a social center and more like a prison that keeps them away from the main-stream of economic life for a few more years (468). Bird also took a note that in 1972 a Princeton-bound high-school graduate had put the $34,181 that his four years of college would have cost him into a savings bank at 7.5 percent interest compounded daily, he
According to House Bill 225, it requires that “children stay in school longer, increasing the mandatory attendance age from 16 to 18. Now, students can drop out of high school at the age of 16 with parental permission.” (Mink) In the state of Kentucky in 2009, nearly 6,000 students dropped out of high school and that 26% of adults did not have a high school diploma. Also, the No Child Left behind Act that was signed in 2002 was “aimed to make sure that all children achieve academic proficiency and gain the educational skills necessary to succeed later in life. The act intends for all students to graduate within four years of starting high school…” (Mink) In today’s society, people are more worried about other things rather than getting an education and succeeding in life. Everyone has the opportunity to further their education, but it is just a matter of whether they want to pursue an education or not.
I hear about it on a daily basis of students that do whatever they can to get around the system. When the 2010 Census came out they reported out of 114.8 million families living in the U.S. that 34.2% of them were on welfare. The amount expected to be spent just this year in providing benefits was $451.9 billion coming out to $958 dollars per family per month. The fraud rate however was only seen as 2-3%, but those numbers come out to 785,000 to 1.2 million families receiving benefits by defrauding the system. Participants receiving benefits illegally would do anything to keep their benefit including lying about the amount of income coming into the home.