based on the information below complete the march 28 payroll register for the j rako 1230893

    1. Based on the information below, complete the March 28 payroll register for the J. Rakosi Medical Center.

Name

Earnings to Date

Reg.

Gross Pay Ot.

Total

Federal Withholding

Other Deductions

J. Erin

$7,400

$280

$63

$343

$35

Union, $12

M. Ribble

6,900

400

75

475

77

Union, $10

W. Mondstein

7,100

380

380

42

M. Yamura

3,700

410

410

44

Payroll Register

Date

Name

Gross Pay

Taxable

Deductions

Net

Reg.

Ot.

Total

FICA

Unemp.

FICA

Fed. With.

0th. Ded.

Net Pay

Social Security

Medica re

thanks in advance show transcribed image text lite co manufactures products x and y 962474

Thanks in advance

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Show transcribed image text Lite Co. manufactures products X and Y from a joint process that also yields a by-product, Z. Revenue from sales of Z is treated as a reduction of joint costs. Additional information is as follows: 30. Joint costs were allocated using the net realizable value method at the split-off point. The joint costs allocated to product X were A. $94,000. B.$119,800. C. $188,000. D. $198,559.

sketchco is in the business of designing and manufacturing running shoes for long di 962389

SketchCo is in the business of designing and manufacturing running shoes for long distance runners. They are considering a $500 million upgrade to their production line for the iPhone/iPad/ iWatch connected shoe that has Bluetooth connectivity. The potential cash flow is estimated at net revenues of $460 million per year for four years. Recently, they were advised of potential patent infringement and to eliminate this problem they are considering buying a license. TechCo will sell a license that is good for four years of exclusive use of the patent and associated intellectual property. SketchCo uses a corporate MARR of 14% and their risk-free alternatives are 6%. The VP of Engineering at SketchCo estimates market volatility in demand is 40%. The VP of Marketing estimates market volatility in demand at 35%.

1.Since the VPA????1s trust you, they asked you to figure out the most they should pay for a license from TechCo.

2. SketchCo is known to be liberal in ignoring intellectual property claims. Imagine they just go ahead with the project as stated above. (In other words, they decide not to pay for the license.) TechCo aggressively protects their property and sues immediately. Sometime in year 3, (from the start of the effort) a court decision requires SketchCo to reimburse TechCo $375 million. They pay at the end of year 4. How does this strategy work for them? Are they better off licensing or being aggressive?

suppose the company wanted to increase its customers monthly retention rate and deci 1153356

Suppose the company wanted to increase its customers’ monthly retention rate and decided to spend an additional $.20 per month per customer to upgrade its loyalty program benefits.

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hendricks corporation pu r chased trading investment bonds for 50 000 at pa r at dec 739237

Hendricks Corporation pu r chased trading investment bonds for $50,000 at pa r . At December 31, Hendricks received annual interest of $2,000, and the fair value of the bonds was $47,400. Prepare Hendricks’ journal entries for (a) the purchase of the investment, (b) the interest received, and (c) the fair value adjustment. (Assume a zero balance in the Fair Value Adjustment account.)

journalize the following selected transactions completed during the current fiscal y 762188

Journalize the following selected transactions completed during the current fiscal year:

Jan. 3 The board of directors declared a stock split which reduced the par of common shares from $100 to $20. This action increased the number of outstanding shares to 400,000.
       22 Declared a dividend of $1.75 per share on the outstanding shares of common stock.
Feb. 8 Paid the dividend declared on January 22.
Sep. 1 Declared a 5% stock dividend on the common stock outstanding (the fair market value of the stock to be issued is $30).
Oct. 1 Issued the certificates for the common stock dividend declared on September 1.

among the short term obligations of daisy company as of december 31 the balance shee 758544

Among the short-term obligations of Daisy Company as of December 31, the balance sheet date, are notes payable totaling $250,000 with the Madison National Bank. These are 90-day notes, renewable for another 90-day period. These notes should be classified on the balance sheet of Daisy Company as:

deferred charges

long-term liabilities

intermediate debt

current liabilities

journalize the following transactions of the grinch corp an international christmas 1134378

Journalize the following transactions of the Grinch Corp., an international Christmas decorations manufacturer. Please help.

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the value chain and strategic cost analysis stillneedpaper inc raises trees cuts the 1233252

  1. The value chain and strategic cost analysis. Stillneedpaper, Inc., raises trees, cuts the trees into logs, and processes the logs into paper. Stillneedpaper, Inc., sells the paper to a distributor, who then sells the paper to printers. Assume that a weighted-average cost-of- capital of 10 percent is appropriate for timber and paper processing. Here are the costs and revenues of each stage of the value chain. All data are for the production of enough timber to produce 20,000 tons of paper.

Timber The estimated market value of timber assets at the beginning of the year is

$5,400,000 and at the end of the year is $5,000,000. Revenues, if the timber were sold in the market, would equal $2,100,000. Operating costs total $1,500,000, excluding depreciation.

Paper Processing The estimated market value of paper-processing assets at the begin- ning of the year is $15,000,000 and $13,000,000 at the end of the year. Revenues, if the paper were sold in the market, would be $12,000,000. Operating costs total $8,700,000, including all costs of materials but excluding depreciation.

Distributor The distributor sells the paper for $800 per ton. The cost of the paper to the distributor (cost of goods sold) can be found by reviewing the sales from paper processing. Operating costs total $135 per ton, including economic depreciation. The cost-of-capital for the distributor is $50 per ton.

Retailer The retailer sells the paper for $850 per ton. The cost of the paper to the retailer (cost of goods sold) can be found by reviewing the sales from the distributor. Operating costs total $25 per ton, including economic depreciation. The cost-of-capital for the retailer is $18 per ton.

    1. Compute the profits of each stage of the value chain. Show amounts in total (for 20,000 tons) and per ton.

    2. Assume you are advising a loan approval committee in a bank. Write a short memo to the loan approval committee in which you evaluate the profitability of each part of the value chain.

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16.62 The data in the following table (stored in ) represent the gross revenues (in billions of current dollars) of McDonald’s Corporation from 1975 through 2009

Year Revenues Year Revenues Year Revenues 1975 1.0 1987 4.9 1999 13.3 1976 1.2 1988 5.6 2000 14.2 1977 1.4 1989 6.1 2001 14.8 1978 1.7 1990 6.8 2002 15.2 1979 1.9 1991 6.7 2003 16.8 1980 2.2 1992 7.1 2004 18.6 1981 2.5 1993 7.4 2005 19.8 1982 2.8 1994 8.3 2006 20.9 1983 3.1 1995 9.8 2007 22.8 1984 3.4 1996 10.7 2008 23.5 1985 3.8 1997 11.4 2009 22.7 1986 4.2 1998 12.4

a. Plot the data. b. Compute the linear trend forecasting equation. c. Compute the quadratic trend forecasting equation. d. Compute the exponential trend forecasting equation. e. Determine the best-fitting autoregressive model, using f. Perform a residual analysis for each of the models in (b) through (e). g. Compute the standard error of the estimate and the MAD for each corresponding model in (f). h. On the basis of your results in (f) and (g), along with a consideration of the principle of parsimony, which model would you select for purposes of forecasting? Discuss. i. Using the selected model in (h), forecast gross revenues for 2010.