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    Executive Summary for Non Profit

    The Chinmaya Organization for Rural Development (CORD) was established in 1985 in Himachal Pradesh, India. CORD started its work by providing Rural Primary Health Care to the surrounding under developed villages in the area. However whilst engaging closely with the rural communities CORD soon realized that critical healthcare issues were inextricably intertwined with the harsh […] More

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    Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Profit

    The question which stands before is whether the Founding Fathers were democratic reformers. It is an excruciating and complicated task to come to a conclusion upon this inquisition. To find this answer it can be readily simplified by taking a look at two contending arguments found inscribed in the book Taking Sides: Clashing Views in […] More

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    Cost Volume Profit

    Some things we know: The objective of every business is to make money (profit) for the owners Profit = Revenues – Expenses Revenues = Sales = Quantity sold x price per unit Expenses = the costs related to: the specific revenue (COGS) or the specific accounting period Matching Principle Role of Management is: Planning, control […] More

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    Acct 410 Government and Not for Profit Chp 11-15 Quiz

    Question 1 4 out of 4 points | | | Federal funds must be used only for activities that are within the scope of the grant would be a(n)Answer | | | | | Selected Answer:| allowable activity| Correct Answer:| allowable activity| | | | | Question 2 0 out of 4 points | | […] More

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    Operational Budgeting and Profit Planning

    Introduction: Why Budget? While a budget planning is a laborious process it is crucial for the success of any company. The budgeting process forces managers to be proactive in planning for the future while fostering communication and coordination within a company. Different departments must work together in order to develop a proper budget. A properly […] More

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    Econ 561 Profit Analysis Question 2 LO3

    2-8(Key Question) With current technology, suppose a firm is producing 400 loaves of banana bread daily. Also, assume that the least-cost combination of resources in producing those loaves is 5 units of labor, 7 units of land, 2 units of capital, and 1 unit of entrepreneurial ability, selling at prices of $40, $60, $60, and […] More