As a C-corporation the business, not the owner, would be held liable for any financial damages. Any accidents involving employees or customers would be the responsibility of the corporation to settle. Financially speaking incorporating is the best option because as a sole proprietorship the owner is currently paying a much higher tax rate versus the corporate tax rate. With the tax code being different for corporations there is better profit retention and security. The client also mentioned the issue of partnership and the selling of stock in order to expand the company.
It is basically a win for the U.S because we take advantage of people, by promoting investments we know thecountry will never be able to pay back; because of the interest and the amount of the loan.It is amazing how a group of individuals can make so much influence and cheat countries around the globe, and funnel money from the world bank in order to do so. It sadden me how they can damage a country, and how they are taking peoples dignity and culture as well as their lands. This clearly shows how economic growth and development doesn’t benefit everyone in a country, for example the indigenous tribes that were being forced of their land for oil.It seems that governments, big business and the banks will stop at nothing to get what they want. They get away with it because we all live in a state of ignorance. I wonder when we will say enough and demand that these institutions conduct their business with honesty, integrity and complete transparency.It’s no wonder that these countries hate the United States so passionately.
Kant says that people in business should act out of duty alone, not self-interest or desire to earn huge amounts of money. For example motivating bankers through huge bonuses would be wrong. Kant would also apply the categorical imperative, to derive the duty of a businessman. However, whether Kantian ethics is the best approach in comparison to theories such as utilitarianism is debatable. One issue surrounding business is the relationship of the business to the consumers.
Fewer companies are willing to enter the market because of the SOX requirements that make going public too costly. Plus, the maintenance required to stay public is too expensive for smaller companies, forcing companies to look elsewhere to raise capital. Rising costs persuade large numbers of companies to exit the public markets to sidestep SEC regulation, creates two problems. First, the overall economy could suffer because corporations limit investment projects due to the higher-cost sources of capital to fund potentially new operations. Second, financially stressed companies that go dark are the very companies’ shareholders need to monitor usually and where transparency is most important.
6 Social Responsibility within Company Q Social Responsibility within Company Q Daniel R. Beckerman Western Governors University WGU Student #000322976 For any given business, the greatest potential for revenue growth can be found through a mix of focusing on providing for the shareholders, as well as thinking of the stakeholders as a whole. This means focusing past short term profits and creating a plan that demonstrates a measure of social responsibility. Business reputation goes a long way towards creating how large a company’s customer base is going to be, and giving the appearance of not caring about the community can lead to a loss of customers and a loss of additional revenue in the long run.
Economic and Ethical Issues of Pricing As a CPA you are in charge of a small tax advisory firm providing services to individual taxpayers, a substantial group of whom is high-wealth. Your firm is experiencing new pressures from the changing marketplace. New, non-CPA market competitors and competition from do-it-yourself tax-preparation software packages have had a negative effect on your bottom line. Because of these pressures, you are looking at ways to reduce costs. To expand your business and continue successfully you must consider employing non-CPAs.
(2009) ‘Beyond Corporate Social Responsibility: oil Multinationals and social challenges’ p3 Cambridge: Cambridge University Press You are required to evaluate the quote above. Why should there be such disagreement about what CSR is? Why does this matter and what effects does this have in business and society? In this ever-changing world of economics and business operations the definitions of business services and the strategies are ever changing as well. These days the way managers operate and strategize their business policies has taken a stance against the previous operational strategy that a business exists only to make profit without any consideration or regards to anything else in the world as said by the economist Milton Friedman in his essay “deriding the idea that a business had any responsibility other than to maximise its profits within legally and ethically acceptable margins, arguing that ‘a corporate executive is an employee of the owners of the business.
Jack Johnson Johd Jackson College Composition II October 11, 2010 Outsourcing America Eliminating or reducing American companies trend towards outsourcing could lower the unemployment rate and expedite the economic recovery. Outsourcing is one of the major causes of the current economic collapse. Outsourcing takes jobs away from Americans, and without the ability to work it further reduces the disposable income that is greatly needed in order for the public to buy goods and services. These are the goods and services that will fuel the economic growth that is necessary for recovery from the current downturn in the economy. When you outsource, or offshore, jobs you also eliminate the American workers ability to pay for consumption.
In negatively of the government policy is they can block business operations such as finance, marketing, or property and automatically it become risk for 99 Speedmart businesses. The prevailing political environment in any country directly affects the economic environment or performance. Political changes affect greatly small business owners and it quite important for them to know whether the changes in the politics and government policies are supportive or unfavorable to their businesses. Base on the analysis it
The problem with this scheme is that it works by stifling innovation and competition. The wealthy stay wealthy by extracting value instead of creating it. The more value they extract, the more laws they write protecting the rights and privileges of the extractors. As companies like General Electric realized, it was better to sell off productive assets and become more like a bank. The system was created for people who have money to make money.