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Apart from $1 trillion reduction in spending, government agencies have managed to identify over 580 proposals that will streamline federal regulations and hence reduce regulatory costs. The President also introduced a Buffett Rule: a principle of tax fairness that requires everybody to pay their fair share by ensuring that no household making over $1 million annually pays a smaller share of in their income in taxes more than that paid by middle class families.
The growth of government since 1930’s has seen a steady increase in government spending. In 1930, the government spending was about 3.3% of the country’s GDP. This figure increased steadily to 44% in 1944 before falling back to 11.6% in 1948. Since then, the figure has been on the rise. In 1998, the federal budget reported its first surplus of $69 billion. In 1999, the surplus rose to $125 billion and again to $246 billion. In 2005 fiscal year, the budget shrinks because of a sharp increase in tax revenue. However, in 2007, the budget reduced to $161 billion. The congressional budget office projects that, the federal deficit for 2009 fiscal will spike a drastically to an exceptional $1.2 trillion, or 8.3% of the GDP. This new budget is opted to set to set the US with a record-breaking deficit of about $1.56 trillion in 2010. The US fiscal policy is expansionary in nature in that it focused in increasing the budget to stimulate the economy (Mühleisen & Towe, 2004). The American consumers play a greater role in fiscal policies. Fiscal policies mainly focus in taxation in stimulating the economy. The tax system as proposed by President Obama ensures that the high class consumers are taxed more than the middle class consumers. Therefore, before making any fiscal policy is made, then consumer’s interest has to put into consideration before they will be affected directly or/and indirectly. Over the past five years the influence of consumers on fiscal policies
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From that time on, several other groupings, comprised of management scholars, sociologists and activists have come forward to look at the balance, the opportunities, the hindrances and the threats that have affected the success of women in corporate management.
Other sectors such as the retail industry, though significantly hit by the crisis and are major sources of employment, did not benefit from government aid and faced collapse. This paper explores the scope of such crises and the government role and position in resolving the crises.
Sources of liabilities for a banking institution are different from liability sources for a magazine publishing organization or a departmental store and this section compares and contrast liabilities items for the three types of organizations. Liabilities for a banking institution are deposits, borrowings, deferred tax, and other classes of liabilities.
Net income is the major contributor to the high cash flow from operating activities followed by depreciation and amortization. The cash flow means that the organization generated significant amount of cash for such expenditures as financing current operations, purchase of fixed assets, and purchase of equity and these applications identifies benefits to diversified stakeholders.
The following table summarizes results of trend indices for each of the items (Brenchner, 2011). Trend analysis: 2010 2009 2008 Net sales 106% 101% 100% Cost of sales 107% 101% 100% Gross profit (Net sales – Cost of sales) 104.58% 102.08% 100% Gross profit rate 105% 102% 100% Operating income 116% 115% 100% Net income (net loss) 109% 108% 100% The income statement items indicate improvements in the organization’s operational efficiency.
A student scored two standard deviations below the mean for children in her grade (7th grade) in Reading and received a standard score of 115 in Mathematics where the mean is 100 with a standard deviation of 15 points for the test that follows the bell curve. How can we interpret the results of a daughter’s tests to her mother?
How can we use these to develop a successful academic curriculum? Related to the matter, what are the socio-cultural dimensions of education that are relevant to the situation? What insights can we get from current research on
This has made the workplace environment, especially in government and public institutions, to evaluate some of their options. This is when it comes to hiring, compensating, and even firing their employees. Compensation policies are meant to
The political environment determines if business will take place or not. If the conditions are adverse, most business pull out of the market so do the employees (Baron, 2007). The economic changes also shape the human capital retention
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