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Adjusting Accounts for Financial Statements
Advanced Business Economics
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An Overview of International Business
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Analyzing and Recording Transactions
Asset Demand and Supply under Uncertainty
Auditing and Attestation
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Texas Real Estate
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Organization and Operation of Corporations
Organization and Operation of Corporations MCQs
Which feature is NOT an advantage to the corporate form of ownership?
Separate legal entity
Limited liability of the owners.
Mutual agency exists.
Continuity of life of the entity.
A shareholder who holds over 80% of the common shares cannot:
sell the shares to other parties.
be chairman of the board and company president at the same time.
elect all of the members of the board of directors.
bind the corporation to a contract with a third party.
Which is not a feature of the corporate form of ownership?
Adherence to generally accepted accounting principles.
The costs of establishing a corporation and getting it ready to provide the services, or sell or manufacture the product, for which it is being formed...
minimum legal capital.
The authority to declare dividends is given to the:
board of directors.
employees of the corporation.
An arbitrary value placed on shares at the time of its original issue is:
Which of the following is not a right of common shareholders?
Vote at shareholder meetings.
Sell or otherwise dispose of their shares.
Share equally with all other shareholders in any dividends.
A corporation issued 10,000 shares of common stock for $40 per share. The journal entry to record the issue of the shares would include:
a credit to Gain On The Sale of Common Shares, $400,000.
a cr. to Contributed Cap. in Excess of Par, Common Shares, $400,000.
a credit to Common Shares, $400,000.
a credit to Common Shares, $40,000.
Which type of stock has the right to receive dividends forfeited in prior years, should earnings become adequate.
cumulative preferred shares
participating preferred shares
convertible preferred shares
callable preferred shares
Unpaid cash dividends on preferred shares that must be paid before any cash dividend can be declared and issued to the common shares are called:
money in the bank.
dividends in arrears.
Whenever the dividend rate on preferred shares is less than the rate the corporation earns on its operations, then:
the rate earned by the common shareholders decreases.
the rate earned by the common shareholders increases.
the market price of the common shares decreases.
the market price of the preferred shares increases.
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