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eBooks „political and financial exploitation“

11053 eBooks were found for the search term „political and financial exploitation“.



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Year 2080 on Planet Earth
Kuldeep Apte Year 2080 on Planet Earth

Year 2080 on Planet Earth

  • Science Fiction
  • English
  • 14174 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
  • 4
  • 4
What will happen to human society in future with problems like religious intolerance, political and financial exploitation, unhealthy [more]

Keywords: religious intolerance, political and financial exploitation, unhealthy competition, greed for resources and pollution, greed for resources, pollution, Future, This book projects the effect of these problems in future.

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Mosquitoes and Political Madness
Fouad Suleiman Mosquitoes and Political Madness

A society of mosquitoes interact with humans

  • Fantasy
  • English
  • 27092 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
  • 0
  • 0
The lecture Kameela, the Superpictus female mosquito, stood on an oak coffee table where most of the light coming [more]

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Practical Steps to Financial Freedom and Independence
Usiere Uko Practical Steps to Financial Freedom and Independence

Your road map to exiting the rat race and living your dreams

  • Business & Economics
  • English
  • 2742 Words
  • No Age Recommendation
  • 1389
  • 27
Practical Steps to Financial Freedom and Independence outlines practical steps you need to take to get from where [more]

Keywords: finance, personal finance, financial freedom, get out of debt, non-fiction, how-to, financial advice

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FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING PART-I
Mustafa Ahmed FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING PART-I
  • Business & Economics
  • English
  • 31415 Words
  • No Age Recommendation
  • 279
  • 0
Course Description :   Financial and Management Accounting Part-I is a common subjects for those students who belongs [more]

Keywords: Book-keeping: It is the art of recording in the books of accounts the monetary aspect of commercial or financial transactions. Accounting: It is the means of collecting, summarising and reporting in monetary terms, information about the business. Financial accounting: Financial accounting deals with the maintenance of books of accounts with a view to ascertain the profitability and the financial status of the business. Accounting principle: Accounting principles are the assumptions and roles of accounting, the methods and procedures of accounting and the application of these rules, methods and procedures to the actual practice of accounting. Accounting concept: It refers to assumptions and conditions on which accounting system is based. Accounting convention: Accounting convention refers to the customs and traditions followed by accountants as guidelines while preparing accounting statements Accounting equation: Accounting equations is an accounting formula expressing equivalence of the two expressions of assets and liabilities. Journal: Journal is a tabular record in which business transactions are recorded in a chronological order. Journal entry: The record of the transaction in the journal is called a journal entry. Ledger: Ledger is the principal book of accounts where similar transactions relating to a particular person or thing are recorded Cash book: Cash book is a book in which receipts and payment of cash are recorded. Petty cash book: A petty cash book is used to record all cash payments of smaller demoniations. Contra entry: If the same entry appears on both debit and credit side then the entry is referred to as contra entry. Trial Balance: A Trial Balance is a statement of debit and credit balances extracted from all the ledgers with a view to ascertain arithmetical accuracy of posting of all transactions into the respective ledgers. Clerical Errors: Those errors which are committed by the clerical staff during the course of recording business transactions in the books of accounts is known as clerical errors. Compensating Errors: Compensating errors are those errors which cancel or compensate themselves. Adjusted trial balance: Trial balance redrafted after incorporating all the adjustments. Bad debts: An irrecoverable debt. Depreciation: Fall in the value of a fixed asset. Provision (Reserve) for Doubtful Debts: Reserve created for meeting expected bad debts. Reserve for discount on creditors: Discount expected to be allowed by creditors. Reserve for discount on debtors: Reserve created for allowing discount to debtors.

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FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING PART-II
Mustafa Ahmed FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING PART-II
  • Business & Economics
  • English
  • 63284 Words
  • No Age Recommendation
  • 265
  • 0
About author :   Dr.Mustafa Ahmed  ( DMS-Doctorate of Management studied in taxation management ) has obtained 257 [more]

Keywords: Balanced score card: An integrated performance measurement technique. Cost management system: A collection of tools and techniques for strategic management of cost. Value added: The increase in the realisable value of materials and services. Horizontal analysis: Comparison of the firm’s current year figures with the previous year’s figures. Trend analysis: Computation of trend ratios (trend percentages) for a series of years. Vertical analysis: Analysing the proportion of each component of the financial statement to its total. Adjusted P/L account: A memorandum account prepared to compute funds from operations. Fund: Net working capital. Flow of fund: Flow of value between current items to non-current items Financing activities: Activities that result in changes in the size and composition of the owners’ capital. Investing activities: Acquisition and disposal of long-term assets and other investments not included in cash equivalents. Operating activities: Principal revenue producing activities of the enterprise. Direct cost: Cost that is traceable with the final product or service. Indirect cost: Cost that is not traceable with the final product or service. Prime cost: Total of direct material, direct labour, and direct expenses. Method of costing: Process of determining the cost of a product or service Break-even point: The level of sales at which the total cost will be equal to the total sales. C/S ratio: The ratio of contribution to sales. CVP analysis: Study of inter relationship between cost, volume, and profit. Marginal cost: The cost of making an additional unit. Marginal costing: The technique of charging only variable costs to products. Avoidable (discretionary) costs: Costs that can be avoided in the future as a result of managerial choice. Irrelevant costs: Costs that are not affected by a decision or course of action. Opportunity costs: Monetary benefits foregone for not pursuing the alternative course. Relevant costs: Costs that would change as a result of the decision. Sunk costs: Historical costs that cannot be recovered in a given situation. Budget: Financial and/or quantitative statement prepared and approved prior to a definite period of time of the policy to be pursued during that period for the purpose of attaining a given objective. Budgeting: The process of preparing budgets Budgetary control: A technique of cost control that involves preparing, implementing, and monitoring of budgets. Analysis of variance: The process of analysing the difference between the actual cost and the standard cost and the reasons for the difference. Labour cost variances: Difference between the actual labour cost and the standard labour cost. Material cost variances: Difference between the actual material cost and the standard material cost. Standard cost: A predetermined cost. Gross working capital: It refers to the amounts invested in various components of current assets. Net working capital: It is the excess of current assets over current liabilities and provisions. Operating cycle: It is the time gap between acquisition of resources and collection of cash from customers. Working capital: It is the difference between current assets and current liabilities. Ordering costs: The expenses incurred to place orders with suppliers and replenish the inventory of raw materials Carrying costs: Costs incurred for maintaining the inventory in warehouses. Trade credit: The credit extended by the supplier of goods and services in the normal course of business transactions. Credit period: Refers to the length of time allowed to customers to pay for their purchases.

$9.99

Mr. Binns And The Bishop A Financial Story
Albert Fleming Mr. Binns And The Bishop A Financial Story
  • Fiction
  • English
  • 3246 Words
  • Ages 16 and up
  • 134
  • 0
Albert "Al" Fleming, Jr. (April 5, 1954 – May 14, 2003) was a professional basketball small forward who [more]

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Political and Literary essays, 1908-1913
Evelyn Baring Political and Literary essays, 1908-1913
  • Fiction
  • English
  • 95144 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
  • 2
  • 0
The "courtly Claudian," as Mr. Hodgkin, in his admirable and instructive work, calls the poet of the Roman [more]

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Financial Management
Rittik Chandra Financial Management
  • Business & Economics
  • English
  • 27564 Words
  • No Age Recommendation
  • 738
  • 1
Financial Management is the efficient and effective management of money (funds) in such a manner as to accomplish [more]

Keywords: Financial Management, Management, finance, money, business, economy, economics

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Robinson Crusoe's Money or, The Remarkable Financial Fortunes and Misfortunes of a Remote Island Community
David Ames Wells Robinson Crusoe's Money or, The Remarkable Financial Fortunes and Misfortunes of a Remote Island Community
  • Fiction
  • English
  • 24937 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
  • 2
  • 0
David Ames Wells (June 17, 1828 – November 5, 1898) was an American engineer, textbook author, economist and [more]

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