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    Assessable income=ordinary income + statutory income. Ordinary income: income deriving from the courts (s6-5) Negative propositions: items that are not income by ordinary concepts: 1.Amounts not convertible into money :In Tennant v Smith (1892) free accommodation provided to a bank manager was held not to be ordinary income because building could not be sub-let and the benefit thereby converted to money. In FCT v Cooke & Sherden (1980) an incentive prize offered by a manufacturer was not income of the

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    Income Smoothing

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    Introduction The income smoothing literature has been the centre of attention in the accounting world for the past few decades. When companies experience economic turbulence due to a poor performance year, they turn to the accounting management department to resolve the bottom line. A strategy that managers can approach is changing the true information content of the company. As a result this has led managers to resort to smoothing their income. Many questions have been raised whether or not it

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    “Income inequality has no necessary connection with poverty, the lack of material resources for a decent life, such as adequate food, shelter, and clothing. A society with great income inequality may have no poor people, and a society with no income inequality may have nothing but poor people” - Robert Higgs. When people think of income inequality they picture poverty and people not having basic necessities. However income inequality is not just a connection to the poor. Income inequality is strongly

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    Diversity of income: it has been revealed that continued reliance on charity, though sufficient, has limited the work that the center is able to do. By transforming the center into a profitable business where charity income becomes another option rather than the only option, the center can be able to dictate its day to day operations much better. This means transforming the culture of the center, so that focus is on limiting costs while at the same time increasing quality in order to generate higher

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    Income Gap in Canada

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    Question One: It is often said that in Canada, “The rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer.” Respond. Be certain to differentiate between income and wealth. How has the occupy movement contributed to this debate? Inequality in Canada is a growing problem. As income rises for the rich and remains the same for the poor, a gap is forming between Canada’s highest and lowest earners. This gap has sparked outrage by some, resulting in the Occupy Movement, and apathy in others. However

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    Adrian Balinao Dr. Tym ENGL-101-E Essay #3 November 29, 2017 Income Inequality Former President Barack Obama has called economic inequality “the defining challenge of our time.” He states, “The combined trends of increased inequality and decreasing mobility posed a fundamental threat to the American Dream, our way of life, and what we stand for around the globe.” Yet, income inequality is a topic of conversation most Americans avoid. People in the United States, researchers have found, vastly underestimate

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    Lupita Mora-Rubio Chapter 13 Questions September 10, 2012 #1 Sustainable income (SI): When companies look at present year net income to estimate future cash flows it must make sure it does not include “irregular items.” Irregular items can be losses, gains, revenues, or expenses. Net income (NI) adjusted for irregular item is SI. SI is the most likely level of income to be obtained in the future for the company. SI is different than NI as it does not include the irregular items in the actual

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    Income tax is the most significant source of income in Australia and is imposed at the federal level. It is levied from three sources of the individuals: business income, capital gain and personal income. The taxable income of an individual is assessed in calculated in an abroad sense after applying allowable deductions against it. The report consists law relating to taxation applicability on funeral income and trading stock. The applicable law has been explained and the relevant sections and case

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    Income Inequality Income inequality is the extent to which income is distributed unevenly in a country, it measures by what extent is the distribution of income within a country deviating from perfect equality. It is an important measure to determine the fairness in a country and the social outcome in a country such as the level of corruption, crime rate and poverty. Countries make use of the Lorenz curve to help show the graphical representation of the distribution of wealth and income. “Income

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    Make Passive Income Ideas

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    Passive income: Ultimate 8 WAYS to MAKE $700-$8K a MONTH in 60 DAYS (Top passive income ideas, best passive income streams explained, smart income online, proven ways to earn extra income) World economies are fluctuating to the point where people don't know if they will lose their jobs or keep them. When an economic downfall hits, people don't know if or how they will survive. This has made the idea of seeking alternative incomes more desirable just in case things goes belly-up. However, there

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