Although the customers only needed the shipment the following year, this would be a way to exceed the targeted budget. Instead of offering the customers an early discount for receiving the merchandise earlier, Campbell sent the merchandise and reported the sales to be included in the financial reports. As a result of this procedure, the reported sales for the fourth quarter exceeded the budgeted amount with $80,000.00. The actual sales revenue for the year was over with $14,000.00. The internal auditors questioned why the two shipments were done before December 31, since the requested dates were in the following year.
Each year when the transistors count increased, the end results lead to more memory space, faster speed, and more capabilities with the processor. We started off with the tubes, then the transistors and currently were using integrated circuits. I would have to say the growth was steady, but then as time progress it started to pick up. There were times when it was slow, then steady, but presently I would say it is growing rapidly. If I could predict when the 100 billion may fit on a single chip, I would have to say about the year 2025 and for the trillion I would have to say the year 2040.
Page 2 Start investing now, because an early start can make all the difference. In general, every six years you wait doubles the required monthly savings to reach the same level of retirement income. If you contributed some amount each month for the next nine years, and then nothing afterwards, or if you contributed nothing for the first nine years, then contributed the same amount each month for the next 41 years, you would have about the same amount. Compounding is a beautiful thing. The right course of action depends on your current situation, your future goals, and your personality.
Subtract $28 from $120 and your new difference between 5.125 percent and 6.125 percent drops to $92. $11,300 divided by $92 is 123 months, or 10.25 years. That's an awful long time to wait before you recoup your costs. In order for the lower rate, high cost loan to make sense, you have to be absolutely certain that you're going to hold the loan that long. Otherwise, you have lost money.
Advertising is budgeted at a flat percentage of 2% of gross profit or $28,412 for year 9 and this has remained consistent for each of the previous 3 years. For a company that is looking to increase sales by 3.2% as stated above, the company needs to take a greater focus on advertising to generated increased sales. Executive compensation is another area of concern. The company sustained executive compensation from years 7 and 8 at the level that is also budgeted for year 9 and that amount is $220,000. The company saw great growth and sales in years 7 to justify this amount in year 8 however the company needs accountability from its executive leaders to sustain
An application will be filled out for sick time as well, however it will be after the sickness has occurred and the number of hours will at the discretion of Ted. Finally, if an employee fails to clock in or out, it is up to that employee to contact the store manager, Ted, so that he can go into the system and change it accordingly. For example, my past internship at the Grand Traverse Resort & Spa, I forgot to clock out once. On the way home I realized this and called my manager. She immediately made the change without any issues.
McMurphy is a martyr because he does all he can to challenge the patients at the ward to find themselves. McMurphy helps the patients see that they are not robots by challenging Nurse Ratched power. During a conversation with some of the acutes, McMurphy bets them that he can make the nurse lose her temper within a week. McMurphy says, “I can get the best of that women - before the week’s up – without her getting the best of me?”(Kesey 73). McMurphy wants the patients to change their opinion about how weak they are and how strong the Big Nurse is.
Rebecca Skloot makes it a point in the book to show all of the amazing advances that have been achieved in medicine through the use of Henrietta’s cells, but Skloot also makes sure that she points out all the sufferings the Lacks Family went through and the unjust actualities of how they have to live their lives, such as not being able to afford to “see no doctors” (9). Skloot is offering up a quotation from Deborah here to show that even though Henrietta’s cells did so much for science and medicine, her family does not have enough money to pay for health insurance. Skloot challenges the reader to put all their previous misconceptions about the unsanctioned removal and culture of the cells on the line and witness the goodness that came from one small iniquitous action. She includes the story of John Moore to show that Henrietta was not alone in this injustice. This inclusion illustrates that this was common practice in the
Ethics Article Paper Hang Pham HCS/335 12.17.2012 Holly Martinez de Andino Every doctor goes through a process of understanding their code of ethics, which includes basic principles and behavior that is expected. “Malpractice acts consist of professional misconduct, improper discharge of professional duties, and failure to meet professional standards of care that result in harm to another person” (Fremgen, 2009). So why do some doctors disregard the law and think they can do whatever they want just because they are a licensed profession? In the article written by Lisa Girion and Scott Glover, they talked about Dr. Carlos Estiandan prescribing painkillers to dozens of patients who do not need them. They also discuss the problems