Your client is a nongovernmental not-for-profit museum that operates a gift shop. Explain the unrelated business income tax to your client and suggest ways to avoid this tax.

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  21. MATH

    Roberta Hernandez sells three items‐A, B, and C in her gift shop. Each unit of A costs her $2 to buy, $1 to sell, and $2 to deliver. For each unit of B, the costs are $3, $2, and $2, respectively, and for each unit of C, the costs are $6, $2, and $4

  22. Algebra

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  23. Math

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  27. Math

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  28. Math

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  29. math

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  30. Math

    A gift shop buys greeting cards at $3.50 each, and sells them at an 80% markup. At what price does the gift shop sell each greeting card?

  31. math

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  32. algerbra 1

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  34. Finite!!!

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  36. economics

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  37. Managerial econ 1

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  38. algebra

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  39. math help me out

    p and q started a business. they made an annual profit of rs 50000. q being a working partner received 20 % of the annual profit as his salary. if the entire profit were divided in the ratio of their investment, p would received rs 8000 more as his profit

  40. Economics

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  41. Math

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  42. math

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  43. American Government HELP

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  44. Economics!

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  45. Math

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  46. math/algebra

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  47. Math

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  48. algebra

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  49. algebra1

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  50. math

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  51. art

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  52. accounting

    Your client is a nongovernmental not-for-profit museum that operates a gift shop. Explain the unrelated business income tax to your client and suggest ways to avoid this tax.

  53. English

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  54. Finance

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  55. math help

    p and q started a business. they made an annual profit of rs 50000. q being a working partner received 20 % of the annual profit as his salary. if the entire profit were divided in the ratio of their investment, p would received rs 8000 more as his profit

  56. operation mangement

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  57. Humanities of Arts and Culture

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  58. quantitative decision making

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  59. quantitative decision making

    james and john invested ¥700 and ¥300 respectively, at the end the of one year, they divided their profits such that a third of the profit is divided equally for the efforts they have put into the business and the remaining amount of profit is divided in

  60. MATH HELP PLEASE Explain

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  61. Microeconomics

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  62. math

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  63. math

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  64. Career

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  65. FINITE

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  66. Finance

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  67. Finance

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  68. Check

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  69. law

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  70. business

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  71. accounting

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  72. algebra 8

    business. A restaurant manager lost $415 in business during the month of january . business picked up in February, and he ended that month with a profit of $1580 A. What was the manager's profit after January and February? B. What if...? The restaurant

  73. law help plz

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  74. math

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  75. Math

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  76. business law

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  77. math

    Mr. Jenkins is going to buy museum tickets for a class trip. The museum director quotes him the following prices: • 20 tickets cost a total of $250. • 30 tickets cost a total of $375. • 50 tickets cost a total of $625. a. Based on these prices, is

  78. e-buisness

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  79. math

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  80. algebra

    Bob barber shop estimates their gross revenue for the second quarter to be given by the polynimal 3x^3+6x^2+3x+3. The shop estimates their cost for the quarter to be given by 9x^2-6x+5. Find and simplify the polyminal that will represent their profit. Will

  81. English

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  82. MATH

    Sal's Sandwich Shop sells wraps and sandwiches as part of its lunch specials. The profit on every sandwich is $2 and the profit on every wrap is $3. Sal made a profit of $1,470 from lunch specials last month. The equation 2x + 3y = 1,470 represents Sal's

  83. business law

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  84. Dynamics of the Business Environment

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  85. Home inspector

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  86. Math

    Mr. Jenkins is going to buy museum tickets for a class trip. The museum director quotes him the following prices: • 20 tickets cost a total of $250. • 30 tickets cost a total of $375. • 50 tickets cost a total of $625. a. Based on these prices, is

  87. MATH PRECAL HELP

    Business. The profit, in thousands of dollars, for a product is p(X)=-x^2+140x-4700 where x is the production level in hundreds of units. Find the production level that maximizes the profit. Find the maximum profit. The maximum profit of $ _____ is

  88. algebra 1

    Sal's Sandwich Shop sells wraps and sandwiches as part of its lunch specials. The profit on every sandwich is $2 and the profit on every wrap is $3. Sal made a profit of $1,470 from lunch specials last month. The equation 2x + 3y = 1,470 represents Sal's

  89. Math

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  90. Business

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  91. college

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  92. Math

    I. Memorandum D. Explain the tax effect based on providing $180,000 per year for the client’s salary and $70,000 per year for his daughter’s salary if they withdraw cash from the business or pay dividends as appropriate. E. Justify the percentage of

  93. math

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  94. math

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  95. Math

    A restaurant manager lost $415 in business during the month of January. Business picked up in February, and he ended the month with a profit of $1580. What was the managers profit after January and February?

  96. math problem

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  97. MATH

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  98. Business

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  99. Business

    What type of business can be designated as profit or non-profit? a)Corporation b)Company c)Sole proprietorship d)LLC

  100. Business

    As a business manager, do you think that a corporation's decision should be goverened by a social conscience or is it ethical for a business to simply pursue a profit for it shareholders?

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