assignment: get the nod

In this module, we have discussed negative letters and how when we respond to disappointment in customers, we often need to start with a “nod of agreement.” This allows the reader (audience) to feel heard and find a bit of similarity with the author of the letter.
For this assignment, I want you to write a short one or two sentences that can be used to get the nod with the audience that had listed the following complaints.
Brought their partner out to dinner and received terrible service and food when celebrating a special occasion
Finally received a product they have long awaited and found it to be a disappointment
A person who had a miserable experience trying to fly across the country to attend a family event that they almost missed
A person who bought their first car from a dealership and it is a lemon they can’t afford to fix
A person who is disappointed that the politician they voted for has not fulfilled their campaign promises

fin Week 5 Final Research Paper Part II

Part II addresses your responses to the course objectives below:
Analyze and prepare financial statements and presentations which may include specific requirements for other financial statement presentations and SEC reporting
Evaluate and discuss the appropriate accounting treatment for various financial accounting situations based on professional standards
Instructions:
Your paper should address and include discussions/analysis of the following:
Financial Statement Analysis: Based on your topic selected in Week 3, prepare a hypothetical financial statement under FASB, IFRS, and SEC reporting standards using Excel
Evaluate and discuss the appropriate accounting treatment of your topic for which a Standard has already been developed by FASB. Do not use any transactions that are covered in any Exposure Drafts. In other words, try to apply existing Standards to your topic and discuss the benefit of additional guidance in this area.

This has created accounting differences among entities, confusing those who have to use the financial reporting information to make investment decisions.

This paper is about elaborating a topic which FASB is currently revising. The topic I choose from FASB website is Joint Ventrue Formation. Since at present, GAAP does not contain rules about the initial recognition and measurement of contributions made by venturers to a joint venture at formation. This has created accounting differences among entities, confusing those who have to use the financial reporting information to make investment decisions.
You can get more information and do some research on this FASB website:https://www.fasb.org/Page/ProjectPage?metadata=fasb-JointVentureFormations-022820221200
Please read the background and objective, board decisions, and each board meeting materials and information for Joint Venture Formations on FASB website carefully. While you are writing, please invovle Accounting Standard Codification explaination as much as you can. Also, please include some real-world company Joint Venture examples in the paper.
Required:
you will need to turn in a written document that is no longer than 10 pages of text double spaced. Your paper must include evidence to support your claims. Your evidence will be put in the appendix and will not count towards your 10-page limit. You can include as much evidence as you team feels helps make the case. Each, report must include a one-page executive summary of the report that is also not included in the 10-page limit.
For detailed information, please refer to the attachment.

assignment: get the nod

In this module, we have discussed negative letters and how when we respond to disappointment in customers, we often need to start with a “nod of agreement.” This allows the reader (audience) to feel heard and find a bit of similarity with the author of the letter.
For this assignment, I want you to write a short one or two sentences that can be used to get the nod with the audience that had listed the following complaints.
Brought their partner out to dinner and received terrible service and food when celebrating a special occasion
Finally received a product they have long awaited and found it to be a disappointment
A person who had a miserable experience trying to fly across the country to attend a family event that they almost missed
A person who bought their first car from a dealership and it is a lemon they can’t afford to fix
A person who is disappointed that the politician they voted for has not fulfilled their campaign promises

Please use a business or accounting firm in the uk.

Please follow the proposal brief only. The coursework brief is only for your guidance. This is my final year project known as a dissertation. Please use a business or accounting firm in the UK. Please use secondary data as I need to do an ethics form as well. 3 PowerPoint pages. I will also ask for references, so please keep in touch with me.

Cite all relevant authority when writing the internal memo.

Overview: must turn in one page memorandum that evaluate income tax issues. Must utilize online tax research tools (e.g., CCH’s Intelliconnect or similar online research resources accessible via our college/university’s databases) to research the chosen topic. Each memo should be based on at least one primary source of tax law (i.e., the Internal revenue code (IRC) or Treasury Regulations, etc.).
Assignment:
1. Carefully read the provided scenario for Jamie and provide a single-spaced internal research memo outlining your findings. Here are the necessary formatting requirements:
a. Length: One-page
b. Font: 12pt, Times New Roman
2. Each memo should be based on at least one primary source of tax law (i.e., the Internal revenue code (IRC) or Treasury Regulations, etc.).
3. Hints: (1) search for editorial materials related to real estate investor or dealer in the tax research website (CCH), (2) there are MANY court cases dealing with the tax treatment of real estate sales – please choose the two most relevant cases from the list below and discuss those in your memo.
4. Cite all relevant authority when writing the internal memo.
Scenario:
In 2020, Jamie Monroe was a full-time bookkeeper for The Cheesy Wrench, Inc., but he was always interested in home buying and renovations (in other words, “real estate flipping”). In 2020, inspired by shows he had seen on HGTV, Jamie reduced his hours at The Cheesy Wrench to part-time and founded Skylight Real Estate to pursue his dream of flipping homes. Skyline Real Estate was formed as a single member LLC and treated like a sole proprietorship, so Jamie reports all items of income and deductions on his Form 1040. In November of 2020, Jamie purchased a single-family home in Bloomington, IN that needed significant repairs. worked every weekend and devoted substantial effort to renovate the home. Jamie’s intention was to immediately sell the home when renovations were complete and reinvest the proceeds into another home. Jamie incurred many expenses while renovating the home including construction fees, engineering costs, utilities, real estate taxes, appliance purchases, etc. After advertising and listing the home on the MLS, Jamie finally sold the home in December of 2021 and realized a gain on the sale. No one lived in the home while Jamie owned it. He then bought another single-family home in Nashville, IN to renovate and resell. During the entire renovation process, Jamie continued to work part-time as a bookkeeper for The Cheesy Wrench. Jamie has receipts for all improvements made to the home and construction fees. Jamie is single and has no dependents. Jamie has heard that there are different tax implications for real estate investors versus dealers and would like to know how to treat (1) the gain on the home sale and (2) the expenses he incurred during the renovations. He would also like to know whether he can claim depreciation deductions on the home.

Sincerely,
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