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ETGHICS CASE Kathy Lentz, Rob Snyder, and Tom Rohm were all general partners in a consulting business. Each partner owned one-third of the business. The partnership agreement stated that all three partners must approve vouchers for payments in amounts exceeding $5,000. While Tom was on vacation, Kathy and Rob decided to purchase a new computer system costing $6,800. A voucher was prepared and Rob signed both his and Tom’s name. Kathy signed her name and gave the voucher to the accounts payable clerk who wrote the check for $6,800. 1. Why would a partnership agreement specify that all purchases over a certain amount be approved by all partners? Are there any circumstances that would warrant deviation from this policy? 2. What are the disadvantages of the partnership form of business ownership? 3. Write a short memo from Tom Rohm to Kathy Lentz and Rob Snyder expressing disapproval of the situation. 4. In groups of three or four, discuss some of the possible outcomes of this situation.

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James A. Heintz + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305666160
Chapter 19, Problem 1EC
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ETGHICS CASE

Kathy Lentz, Rob Snyder, and Tom Rohm were all general partners in a consulting business. Each partner owned one-third of the business. The partnership agreement stated that all three partners must approve vouchers for payments in amounts exceeding $5,000. While Tom was on vacation, Kathy and Rob decided to purchase a new computer system costing $6,800. A voucher was prepared and Rob signed both his and Tom’s name. Kathy signed her name and gave the voucher to the accounts payable clerk who wrote the check for $6,800.

1. Why would a partnership agreement specify that all purchases over a certain amount be approved by all partners? Are there any circumstances that would warrant deviation from this policy?

2. What are the disadvantages of the partnership form of business ownership?

3. Write a short memo from Tom Rohm to Kathy Lentz and Rob Snyder expressing disapproval of the situation.

4. In groups of three or four, discuss some of the possible outcomes of this situation.

1.

To determine

State the reason for which the partnership agreement should specify all purchases over a certain amount to be approved by all partners and state if there are any circumstances that would warrant deviation from this policy.

Explanation of Solution

Partnership agreement:

Partnership agreement is a written agreement that contains numerous provisions for governing a partnership and there is no standard format for partnership agreement.

  • A partnership agreement might be very specific as to what actions need a...

2.

To determine

State the disadvantages of the partnership form of business ownership.

3.

To determine

Write a short memo expressing the disapproval of the situation.

4.

To determine

State the possible outcomes of the situation given.

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College Accounting, Chapters 1-27 (New in Accounting from Heintz and Parry)
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