Syntactic entities

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  • Business Level 3 Unit 1 Csr

    1.1 Explain the differences between the: A. Private Sector Sole Traders – This organisation type mainly relies on the business being owned by one individual. They handle all the financial risk in regards to operating the business for a return of profits. They have the responsibility of dealing with any losses the business makes and bills representing things that have been bought for the business. The normal things would be stock or equipment. Records will be kept for all sales and spending the…

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  • Cargill Strengths Disadvantages

    Typically, closely held corporations are faced with limitations on the amount of investors that are accepted to be on board as business members. Additionally, closely held corporations are private enterprises which do not openly trade their stocks. There are various advantages and disadvantages of a closely held company from a tax reporting standpoint. Due to the organizations structure, the need for accountability for every dollar spent on failed attempts is not necessary. A major tax advantage…

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  • Advantages Of The 14th Amendment

    1) The best metaphor for a corporation is an “apple within a barrel where most apples are good and just a few bad”. It takes one apple to ruin it for the rest or spoil its companion. Corporations can often be seen as “bad apple's” bent on taking control of public power and only focused on making money, regardless of the consequences. Corporations are trying to engage themselves in as much profit as possible at anyone’s expense without realizing how unsustainable they are being towards the…

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  • Case: Limiting Personal Liability

    business owners can still be liable for business activities if they failed to follow corporate guidelines, commingled assets or acted recklessly (eHow,2015). The courts typically do not look behind the veil of incorporation if there a separate legal entity. But in certain circumstances, the court is willing to ‘lift the veil of incorporation’. The courts will lift the veil of corporation where the justice of the case demands or if the veil has been misused, this mean that a people who is…

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  • The 4 P's Model Of Marketing In The Insurance Industry

    Marketing has the 4 Ps which are product, price, placement and promotion. In the insurance industry, the products are the policy documents, the wordings of which are fixed and cannot be changed by any insurance company. Placement and promotion of the insurance products is almost same for all companies and thus the main aspect to be considered is price. Due to the cut throat competition and price being fixed and non-negotiable, the insurance companies then have two option in front of them, which…

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  • Penalties For Rules Violation Of The Insurance Laws

    In addition to insurers and producers being subject to criminal penalties, federal and state law provides for criminal sanctions against any person or business that engages in criminal misconduct dealing with insurance matters. Licensed Business Entity Regulation In the earlier chapter we made a distinction between different types of licensees- producers, business…

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  • Business Case: Solomon Vs. Solomon & Co Ltd

    There are three main business entities can choose to form in Malaysia which are Sole Proprietorship, Partnership and Limited and Unlimited Company. It is not so difficult to understand these types of entities and the owner can know which entities is more preferable to the owner. There are few steps in forming a sole proprietorship and a partnership entity. Firstly, determine the name of the organization which is unused by any business establishment or other entities. Register the business name…

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  • Separate Legal Personality Essay

    The above principles, among others, facilitated the separation of ownership and control. 1.1 Separate Legal Personality Legal personality refers to the general and abstract capacity of a certain entity to operate as a legal subject. It suggests that a company is to be treated as a separate legal entity with an independent existence…

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  • Edelweiss Tokio Case Study

    Edelweiss Tokio Life – Protection – Overview Edelweiss Tokio Life – Protection is a non-linked, non-participating, term insurance plan. This pure protection plan offers complete protection to the loved ones in the event of the demise of the life insured (primary breadwinner of the family). This cost friendly solution allows the family to realise their dreams and maintain the same lifestyle even in the absence of the life insured. It provides a lump sum amount to the nominee on the death of the…

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  • Continued Evolution Of Corporate Power By William M. Dugger

    Khagendra Ghimirey Professor Tae-Hee Jo Intermediate Microeconomics 14th November 2017 Summary of an article “Continued Evolution of Corporate Power” by William M. Dugger A corporation is very different from other form of businesses like sole proprietorship, Partnership, or Limited Liability Company. For example, while other form of businesses have particular owner entitled to the company, corporations doesn’t have owners, rather it is formed by the shareholders. In other words, Corporation is…

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