Sugar tax

SUGAR TAX CONSUMPTION AND SPENDING Name Course Tutor's Name University City and State Date Sugar Tax Consumption and Spending There has been a lot of debate on whether or not sugar should be subjected to tax or not. While taxing sugar, the effect will not only be felt by sugar products but also on the consumer. Consumers will be affected by the way they consume as well as spend on sugar products. The research will be conducted to examine the effect of taxing sugar on consumption and spending patterns of consumers. One would wonder why the sudden concern about taxing sugar products. Recently, there has been a rise in cases such as obesity which has been directly linked to increased...

Reputational risk of tax avoidance

REPUTATIONAL RISK OF TAX AVOIDANCE Abstract The data analysis for this paper was done using the year 2007 excel. The aim was to use various techniques to prove H1, H2 and H3. Ten UK based companies were utilized for this paper. The calculation is done separately to show the regression both before and after adverse media selection in September 2014.The analysis confirms that nearly all firms were affected by the unfavorable media attention. The methods used include regression, trends and change in stocks. The multiplier R is the correlation coefficient which indicates the strength of the linear relationship. The analysis proved hypotheses because nearly all the firms reported the decrease in stock...

The reputational risk of tax avoidance

Reputation Risk of Tax Avoidance Understanding corporate reputation Corporate reputation is a generalized term that denotes the stakeholders' collective formal or informal opinion of an organization with results from predictive factors that populate the reputation score. It is informed by insights into the market behavior and focused on measurable outcomes. The predictive factors include environmental, social and financial impact assessments that are conducted over a given period. It is notable that each stakeholder designation (as an assessor) will assign different ratings for each of the predictive factors. Another notable aspect is that reputation shares a close relationship with the image since...

Receivables Management

RECEIVABLES MANAGEMENT Name Course Professor’s Name University City (State) Date IntroductionReceivable management is an organization formed to assist clients to attain long-term receivables and goals. The receivables management adopts technology to connect its client’s through a business platform; the organization aims to solve receivable challenges that businesses experience through training and technological advancement (Leijdekker, 2002, pg. 25). The research seeks to examine the processes on receivable accounts management and demonstrate efficiency on technology they use to manage client’s businesses. Orientation Receivables management focus on cooperating with clients to...

Redesign curriculum of accounting

Redesign the Accounting Curriculum Student’s Name Course Code Course Name Date Redesign the Accounting Curriculum Recently accounting has made significant impacts on political and socioeconomic developments especially in interpretation, recording, investment, management, auditing, and preparing. Also, more impacts in decision making include; storage, merger and acquisition, planning and controlling of business operations. There are factors which have led to redesigning of accounting curriculum and include; innovation, globalization, changes in business environment, skills required for an accountant to play his role effectively and the experiences learners need to improve on their previous...

Major effect switching accounting standards from NGAAP to IFRS

Effects of Switching From GAAP to IFRS Student’s Name Course Name Professor’s Name City and Location Date The US GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) is a set of commonly acknowledged principles in accounting that determine the earning and value the assets of American companies for the last 75 years. Companies outside the U.S., have been using different globally standards called international financial reporting standards, IFRS. However, the country is now adopting the global standards, but it is not a smooth transition. Experts have diverse opinions on the implications of this shift but they all agree that the move has both positive and negative impacts (Lin S, Riccardi W...